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'No one's buying it!' Kate Garraway calls out Gemma Atkinson after sudden show exit

Kate Garraway insisted that “no one was buying” that Gemma Atkinson had to leave her show early after it was announced that the remaining participants would have to stand in ice cold water live on TV.The Hits Radio presenter told Kate she had to catch a train, but the presenter was not convinced, teasing that the star had instead “run away”. Gemma, 37, appeared on Garraway’s Good Stuff this morning, where she spoke about her new exercise programme to help new mums get back into shape without piling on the pressure. The star appeared alongside Irish presenter, Angela Scanlon, 38, and took it in turns to talk to Kate, 55. In the last five minutes of the show, however, Gemma seemed to have suddenly disappeared. Her departure came shortly after an expert from Freeze the Fear came to introduce the women to the Wim Hof method, which involved plenty of ice. Freeze the Fear with Wim Hof is a new ITV reality show that sees celebrities push themselves beyond their limits in sub-zero temperatures. The Wim Hof method is designed to help people retake control of their bodies through a combination of breathing, cold therapy, and meditative techniques.  Kate made a cheeky joke about Gemma’s early departure, as she left shortly before the women were left grimacing as they dunked their feet in buckets of ice.As the camera panned back to Kate, she told her audience: “I should say that Gemma has had to run away to get back home to catch a train…“Allegedly.

No one’s buying it by the way, Gemma, if you’re watching on your phone all the way to the train station.Turning to the show’s resident chef, Shivi Ramoutar, Kate broke the news that she would be taking Gemma’s place. “Shivi, unfortunately that means you’ve been dragged into it,” Kate

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Kate Garraway insisted that “no one was buying” that Gemma Atkinson had to leave her show early after it was announced that the remaining participants would have to stand in ice cold water live on TV.The Hits Radio presenter told Kate she had to catch a train, but the presenter was not convinced, teasing that the star had instead “run away”. Gemma, 37, appeared on Garraway’s Good Stuff this morning, where she spoke about her new exercise programme to help new mums get back into shape without piling on the pressure. The star appeared alongside Irish presenter, Angela Scanlon, 38, and took it in turns to talk to Kate, 55. In the last five minutes of the show, however, Gemma seemed to have suddenly disappeared. Her departure came shortly after an expert from Freeze the Fear came to introduce the women to the Wim Hof method, which involved plenty of ice. Freeze the Fear with Wim Hof is a new ITV reality show that sees celebrities push themselves beyond their limits in sub-zero temperatures. The Wim Hof method is designed to help people retake control of their bodies through a combination of breathing, cold therapy, and meditative techniques.  Kate made a cheeky joke about Gemma’s early departure, as she left shortly before the women were left grimacing as they dunked their feet in buckets of ice.As the camera panned back to Kate, she told her audience: “I should say that Gemma has had to run away to get back home to catch a train…“Allegedly.
Lorraine Kelly "looks better now" than she did decades ago, according to ITV star Richard Arnold, 52, who was speaking about how they'd changed over the years.The Good Morning Britain presenter spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about how he and Lorraine, 62, “look better now” than they did years ago while speaking at the Ideal Home Show, in partnership with NatWest.Richard has been the Entertainment Editor on ITV’s Good Morning Britain since 2014 and has been working in showbiz for over two decades.He previously worked for the channel’s predecessor GMTV, first starting out as a TV critic there in 1997.Lorraine helped launch GMTV back in 1993 and has also stayed with ITV over the years, continuing her self-titled show Lorraine under the new format.Reflecting on how it’s been working for the channel over many years, Richard said: “Well, I've seen a lot of changes, and my makeup isn't quite as orange as it used to be when we did GMTV, which wasn't altogether flattering.“I think what I find extraordinary - and it's like being in a soap opera in many respects…“When you see archived footage of you, if they play an old clip from when you were younger, you don't think that you've got any older necessarily.“But then when you see a picture of yourself when you first started out with frosted tips…“You just think, ‘Oh my goodness me, we really have all been through an awful long time together!’" he added.Speaking about his time with Lorraine on the channel, he continued: “Lorraine and I always joke about the fact that surely we look better now than we did back then.“Even though we're getting older now!” he added with a laugh.Richard went on to discuss how he felt to be Entertainment Editor at ITV, decades on from where he first

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Lorraine Kelly ‘looks better now’ than she did decades ago, GMB’s Richard Arnold claims
Lorraine Kelly "looks better now" than she did decades ago, according to ITV star Richard Arnold, 52, who was speaking about how they'd changed over the years.The Good Morning Britain presenter spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about how he and Lorraine, 62, “look better now” than they did years ago while speaking at the Ideal Home Show, in partnership with NatWest.Richard has been the Entertainment Editor on ITV’s Good Morning Britain since 2014 and has been working in showbiz for over two decades.He previously worked for the channel’s predecessor GMTV, first starting out as a TV critic there in 1997.Lorraine helped launch GMTV back in 1993 and has also stayed with ITV over the years, continuing her self-titled show Lorraine under the new format.Reflecting on how it’s been working for the channel over many years, Richard said: “Well, I've seen a lot of changes, and my makeup isn't quite as orange as it used to be when we did GMTV, which wasn't altogether flattering.“I think what I find extraordinary - and it's like being in a soap opera in many respects…“When you see archived footage of you, if they play an old clip from when you were younger, you don't think that you've got any older necessarily.“But then when you see a picture of yourself when you first started out with frosted tips…“You just think, ‘Oh my goodness me, we really have all been through an awful long time together!’" he added.Speaking about his time with Lorraine on the channel, he continued: “Lorraine and I always joke about the fact that surely we look better now than we did back then.“Even though we're getting older now!” he added with a laugh.Richard went on to discuss how he felt to be Entertainment Editor at ITV, decades on from where he first
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'He said Brexit would REMOVE VAT!' Susanna Reid launches Twitter attack on Gove after vow
Susanna Reid, 51, has fumed at Michael Gove on Twitter after his appearance on Good Morning Britain today.Secretary of State for Levelling Up Michael Gove was given a dressing down by the presenter on the ITV news programme. She tore into the minister over the cost-of-living crisis and demanded to know why he would not remove VAT on energy bills to help citizens.On Twitter, Susanna continued her anger against Gove as she typed: “In 2016 Michael Gove wrote a newspaper article saying VAT on fuel bills hit the poorest hardest & we should Brexit to remove VAT. “In 2022 he says removing VAT would help the wealthiest most and we shouldn’t do it.”The mother-of-two also shared a video clip from GMB showing her grilling of Gove, as she questioned why he campaigned for removing VAT on energy bills previously, but was now not supportive of the change.However, some of her followers also seemed frustrated that it appeared Gove was unable to fully answer Susanna’s questions without interruption.@BcfcDavid wrote: “During the whole 1 min 6 seconds of this video, there were only 13 seconds where you didn't speak or talk over him.Seriously, what's the point? Hold ministers to account but let us listen to what they have to say.”(sic)@zx_spectrum_30 remarked: “Whilst removing VAT for everyone would be lovely, the tax just gets raised somewhere else so I would like the rich to carry on paying it, but have some means of removing/rebating/supporting those that really need it.
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'Don't want to ruin his image' Rob Rinder exposes Piers Morgan's behind scenes behaviour
Piers Morgan's "behind the scenes" behaviour has been exposed by Good Morning Britain guest host, Rob Rinder.Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the legal expert, 43, spoke about the star's new TalkTV show Uncensored, as well as revealing what the outspoken presenter's really like when the cameras stop rollingWhen asked if he'd be tuning into Uncensored, the legal expert told how he thinks "everybody" should be watching the show.Rob said: "What it does in a really critical way is model the ability to listen and hear an idea that you don't like and your identity not to be attacked, and to come in and tune in next day and then see whether you agree with him."It gives you the emotional and intellectual muscle to learn better how to argue without falling out."And if you think about how polarised we are nowadays, strikes me that's an important thing to do," he added.Rob went on: "So like him or loathe him, of course, I'll be tuning into Piers and everybody should too."The star went on to speak about Piers' long-lasting, international career, before revealing why it is that he thinks the star has been an enduring presence on TV.He explained: "There's a reason why, it's really interesting, if you think how long he's been in the media here and in America, too."But when you think about it, somebody like that with those strong opinions, which would have been a story that would have eviscerated him in some way.Rob went on: "But the reason it hasn't is because, say, if you really needed him, [he's] that sort of friend, you will have nothing but good things to say about him."And I don't want to ruin his image, you know, or, you know, s**t on his fireworks."But I'm sorry to tell everybody that as is often the case with people with
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Piers Morgan on whether he'll be trying to steal GMB's viewers after 'poaching' ITV staff
Piers Morgan has addressed whether he'll be trying to "steal" Good Morning Britain viewers after leaving the programme last year and launching his new TalkTV show, Uncensored.Speaking to Express.co.uk and other publications at the launch of the programme, the TV star, 57, told how he didn't want to steal GMB's viewers, after a number of GMB staff left the programme to work with Piers on his new show.The star's talk show, Uncensored, launched at the end of April and marked Piers' comeback to TV.Speaking candidly ahead of the programme's launch, Piers told how he wanted the GMB viewers who stopped watching following his exit, to tune in to his new show.Piers said: "I mean, I won't be looking to steal Good Morning Britain viewers."I just really looking to pick up all those who stopped watching it."Which judging by when I walk around and judging by the ratings is a lot of people," the star claimed.He went on: "So, if you if you love Good Morning Britain when I was on it, and you miss me and that, you know where to find me."There's a lot of people who I think were annoyed about what went down so they'd be the ones I'd be after," he added.Piers left the ITV show last year following remarks he made about Meghan Markle.Speaking about his time on GMB, the star said: "I used to think I was uncensored."And then of course, when I left Good morning, Britain, it turned out that I actually was being censored in the sense that I was told I had to apologise for disbelieving Princess Pinocchio, or I would have to leave the building."So I took the leave the building option, which I thought was a sad, it was a sad moment for me and for the show."Piers' comments about viewers tuning into the show come after his former co-host Susanna Reid
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Lorraine Kelly brands Boris Johnson 'whatzisname' in epic dig after Susanna Reid chat snub
Lorraine Kelly, 61, has responded to Prime Minister Boris Johnson "snubbing" her on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday. Viewers were stunned, and GMB host Susanna Reid was soon hitting back, as Johnson asked who the longtime ITV host was.On Twitter, Lorraine didn't hold back, as she shared a clip from the interview between Susanna and Johnson, before swiping: “Well worth a watch with @susannareid100 and whatzisname.”(sic)It comes as Johnson appeared on his first interview with the programme in around five years, and for the first time since he was accused of hiding in a fridge to avoid Piers Morgan on the show in 2019.But, as the interview was wrapping up after Johnson was apparently late, he was left asking who Lorraine was as Susanna brought her up.Lorraine was waiting to begin her self-titled show, but with GMB overrunning, Susanna was forced to tell the PM that they needed to hand over to the ITV host.But Johnson claimed to not know who she was, asking: "Who's Lorraine," before looking around, causing Susanna to hit back: "Who's Lorraine? Lorraine's a legend."He then appeared to mumble, as the sound cut off: "Great, fantastic, well I don't want to talk to Lorraine..." as the show then went off air, and Lorraine began.Lorraine appeared very amused by it, especially after seeing fans messaging her in confusion.Despite her swipe, Lorraine defended Johnson over his mishap, claiming there was no reason for him to know who she was.She said: "There are loads of you, it's so funny, reacting to Boris Johnson earlier on wondering who I was.
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Alex Beresford fires back at Donald Trump for branding him 'a stiff' in Piers Morgan chat
GMB co-star Piers Morgan when the new TalkTV host sat down for a chat with former US President, Donald Trump.Trump and Piers discussed a wide range of topics - from the Royal Family to the US election - and the Good Morning Britain weatherman was also brought up in conversation.On Twitter, Alex typed: “Dearest Donald, the hips don’t lie,” alongside a video of him using a hula hoop while on the ITV show, in a witty response to Trump's jibe that he "was a stiff", while addressing his on-air row with Piers over Meghan Markle.Alex’s name cropped up as Piers teed up the second part of his exclusive interview with Trump, which will air on Tuesday evening. Piers shared previews of Trump’s thoughts on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as well Elon Musk’s purchase of social media giants, Twitter. The TalkTV host then shared a snippet of the conversation regarding his GMB departure, with Piers saying to viewers: “Trump even gave his forthright take on my walkout from Good Morning Britain.”In the clip, Piers says to the former President: “I chose the title [Uncensored] because I lost my last job at the Good Morning Britain show -“Trump nodded along before he interjected: “I thought you overreacted by the way…”“Well, I’ll tell you what happened…” Piers tried to protest, before Trump delivered his own damning verdict on Alex.He weighed in: “I mean, the guy was a stiff! “You didn’t have to do (that),” Trump added, before Piers tried to point out: “It wasn’t about him.”“You made it about him!” Trump interrupted again. “He probably got a nice raise.”Piers could be heard chuckling in the background in the interview, before commenting: “You’re right about that.”And as the cameras returned to the TalkTV studio, Piers had one final swipe to
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‘Don’t know how she did it’ Kate Garraway hailed by GMB co-star over ‘brave’ response
Good Morning Britain presenter Richard Arnold spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about his co-star Kate Garraway whilst presenting at the Ideal Home Show, in partnership with NatWest.The star began by talking about the support Kate was getting from their ITV team in light of her husband Derek Draper’s life-threatening battle with Covid, before going on to discuss her brave antics while competing on hit show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2019.Richard, 52, recalled watching his GMB colleague Kate, 54, compete on ITV’s I’m A Celebrity just before the pandemic completely changed everything.Kate is currently providing round-the-clock care for her husband Derek Draper, 54, who returned home from hospital in April 2021 after a year-long battle with Covid that almost cost him his life.The popular presenter competed on the 2019 series of I’m A Celebrity alongside the likes of Andy Whyment, Ian Wright, Nadine Coyle and series winner Jacqueline Jossa.Richard remembered how, before she had even entered the Australian jungle, Kate had to face a terrifying 334ft plank walk.When asked about Kate’s brave stint in the jungle, he said: “I know, I don't know how to this day she walked that plank.“That day they have the challenge for you to step out on the plank on that skyscraper…“I mean, that's the one thing I couldn't do - anything to do with heights,” he confessed.“In all honesty, if they threw me out of the plane, I'd be more grateful.“There's something about being on a man-made structure that chills my water,” he continued.“But if they're going to throw me from a balloon or a plane, and I'm strapped to someone who knows what they're doing, then I'd happily take that over walking the plank.”During the interview, Richard also
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Laura Tobin credits Piers Morgan for getting her into 'massive argument' on GMB
Good Morning Britain meteorologist Laura Tobin, 40, thanked Piers Morgan for always giving her “the time of day” and including her in heated debates while he was presenting the ITV show.The most explosive row came when "climate change denier", Craig Kelly, appeared on the programme.The Australian MP was invited on the show to discuss the horrific bushfires in 2020.In a new interview with Express.co.uk, Laura said: “Piers would always bring me into any chats, like a couple of years ago when there were the deadly wildfires in Australia, where I think a billion animals perished, we had an MP on who was trying to say it wasn’t climate change.“Then Piers brought me in and we had this massive argument.“Piers will always give me the time of day.”The incident in question saw Mr Kelly discuss the blaze with hosts Piers and Susanna Reid when the former asked whether Mr Kelly “accepted that the planet is heating up at a dangerous level”.While the MP accepted that the planet is heating up, he argued that “the main cause of the fires is the build-up of fuel on the ground and drought” but insisted there was “no trend” with the increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.Piers then interrupted Mr Kelly to bring in Laura, who he dubbed the show’s “weather expert”.Laura proceeded to explain that Australia had just had its “highest temperatures and driest year ever recorded” and the country had the “second highest carbon emission per person on earth”.The mother-of-one then fumed at Mr Kelly: “You are burying your head in the sand, this is a climate emergency.“You are not a climate sceptic, you are a climate denier!”Mr Kelly rebuked that Australia had the “highest uptake of renewable energy” in the world, to which Laura hit back: “No you
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Sharon Osbourne, 69, previously presented on CBS’ The Talk, but left last year after an on-screen clash with co-host Sheryl Underwood.The outspoken personality defended her good friend Piers Morgan after his controversial comments on Meghan Markle, 40, which led to his departure from Good Morning Britain.After her on-air comments last year, CBS confirmed the mother-of-three would be leaving The Talk, and the show itself would go on a hiatus.It has now been confirmed that Sharon will be hosting her own show on Talk TV, alongside Piers, who is set to return to television with his show Uncensored on the same channel on Monday.He shared his thoughts on Sharon being axed from The Talk, telling The Sun’s TV Mag: “I’m particularly delighted about that, because Sharon got cancelled from her show The Talk in America after 10 years, a show that she loved and was the star of, because she tweeted her support for my right to have an opinion.“She didn’t even agree with the opinion, she just said I was entitled to it, which by the way I was.”He added: “What happened to me was bad, what happened to Sharon was disgusting,” claiming she was “basically made unemployable” by the backlash. Since then Sharon has given a TV interview to Bill Maher where she told her side of the story.Piers expressed fears that anyone with a different opinion to Meghan, could now be at risk of ending their career early.He typed in his MailOnline column: “Sharon Osbourne has given her first TV interview since losing her job for defending me over the Meghan ‘Pinocchio’ Markle debacle.“Appearing on US chat star Bill Maher’s HBO show, she said she was ‘angry’ and ‘hurt’, and Maher – who like me is liberal but anti-woke – mocked the whole furore by saying: ‘Piers
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Piers Morgan insists 'I didn't want to leave' as he returns to ITV for chat with Lorraine
Piers Morgan, 57, found himself at the centre of controversy last year after he suddenly left Good Morning Britain following his comments about Meghan Markle.The broadcaster sparked over 57,000 Ofcom complaints after saying he didn't believe a word Prince Harry's wife said during the pair’s landmark interview with Oprah Winfrey.Now, Piers has returned to the ITV studios for a candid chat with Lorraine Kelly on her eponymous show.During the interview, Piers discussed his new TalkTV series, Uncensored, which is set to kick off with a 75-minute interview with former US President Donald Trump.He also addressed his shock exit from Good Morning Britain as he once again clarified he did not want to leave.Piers began: “On the last day we finally got our highest ever ratings and beat the BBC.“And I wasn't expecting a carriage clock Lorraine, but I wasn't expecting to leave the building either, so I'm sorry I had to leave."He insisted: "Just to be clear, I didn't want to leave. It wasn't my choice to leave.“I was just told, 'You've got to apologise or you have to leave.'“I said, 'Why would I apologise for something I believe?'"I don't think anyone, by the way, should apologise for an honestly held opinion."Piers went on to highlight the “lovely time” he had throughout his years working for the broadcaster as he heaped praise on his former co-star Susanna Reid.He described his working relationship with Susanna as an “arranged marriage” as he explained the dynamic between them.“I did have a great time there. I had a lovely time at ITV.
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Good Morning Britain guest host Richard Madeley has revealed that he isn't sure about his future on the popular ITV show.The star's comment came following the backlash he faced after an interview he conducted about an oil protest which was slammed as "patronising".In a new interview, the star, 65, spoke about working with his wife Judy Finnegan on their projects and running their Book Club and podcast.The TV personality went on to reflect on his solo work, which at the moment sees him guest host on GMB with Susanna Reid.However, Richard candidly admitted that he isn't sure how long he'll last on the programme.He said: "But in terms of what I do on my own, which at the moment is Good Morning Britain, although who knows how long that'll go on for."I'm doing it month to month at the moment and I'm very happy to."I quite like operating at that level, I've had my main career curve," he revealed.Richard went on: "I'm not seeking some huge career arc, we'll see what happens."But I enjoy it, I enjoy doing it," he said to Kate Thornton on her podcast, White Wine Question Time.He went on to gush over Judy for "understanding" what he's talking about when he returns home after a day at the GMB studio.It comes after the star's comments about a recent interview with climate activist Miranda Wheelan were met with backlash.Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker shared a tweet from Greenpeace which condemned the "shocking" interview as well as Richard's interviewing skills.Gary told his 8.4 million followers: "Seeing the interview in its entirety is sickening, but at the same time the bullying & patronising nature of it is getting plenty of coverage for what is the most crucial time for our future existence on this planet.“Only one
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GMB’s Richard Arnold recalls sitting in freezing cold jacuzzi in TV gig with Andrea McLean
Express.co.uk that he was asked to sit in the cold jacuzzi at the Ideal Home Show a number of years ago, while Andrea, 52, did the weather.The Good Morning Britain presenter shared the anecdote while speaking at this year’s Ideal Home Show, in partnership with NatWest. Richard has been the Entertainment Editor on ITV’s Good Morning Britain since 2014 and has been working in showbiz for over two decades. Andrea is probably best known for co-presenting ITV’s Loose Women between 2007 and 2020. However, both stars previously began working at GMTV in 1997 for a number of years, with Richard working as a TV critic and Andrea presenting the weather. Richard recalled one year he and Andrea attended the Ideal Home Show, the world’s longest-running home and interiors exhibition, and it left him feeling rather chilly. Speaking about his experience this year, he said: “I've met some great characters on the floor. “I’ve really enjoyed it and I haven't been here for many, many years. “I did a live broadcast from here with Andrea McLean back in the days of GMTV,” he remembered.  “And I was charged with the task of sitting in a hot tub at six o'clock in the morning for a live broadcast while Andrea did the weather. “And believe me, she was a lot warmer because at six o'clock in the morning, I can tell you the Ideal Home Show, whilst very professional, had not heated the jacuzzi," he laughed.Acknowledging the early start time he added: “And who could blame them frankly?” “So that was an interesting experience.
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