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GMB's Richard Madeley sparks fury after telling grieving guest to 'get to the point'
Richard Madeley sparked fury on Good Morning Britain after the TV presenter told a grieving father to "get to the point" due to limited air time.During Wednesday's visit to the ITV studios, the 66-year-old broadcaster and his co-host Charlotte Hawkins welcomed viewers back to discuss the latest news headlines this morning.And one of the biggest stories on everyone’s lips was the devastating loss of a British tourist who was killed in a tragic helicopter accident during a family holiday in Greece.READ MORE:GMB hosts lock horns with MP as he demands 'rewatch the tape' in fiery debateThe 22-year-old was killed last month when he was struck by the helicopter’s rotor blade shortly after landing on the outskirts of Athens.It was widely reported that Jack was trying to take a selfie when the devastating tragedy took place.As the co-hosts discussed the horrific accident, they welcomed the father of one of the late tourist's friends Robin Stanton-Gleaves onto the show to discuss the event in detail.But in the television interview, Robin explained that that’s not the whole story as he went on to break down the events leading up to the terrible incident.As he tried to explain the day's events in detail, Richard told the grieving guest to “get to the point” due to their limited air time.He interrupted: “That’s why I want you to tell it because we’re a little bit short of time.
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GMB hosts lock horns with MP as he demands 'rewatch the tape' in fiery debate
Good Morning Britain hosts in a fierce clash as he defended Liz Truss’ plans to address the worsening cost of living crisis.During Wednesday’s visit to the ITV studios, Richard Madeley and Charlotte Hawkins welcomed viewers back to discuss the latest news headlines this morning.And one of the biggest stories on everyone's lips was the ongoing concerns around the debilitating financial crisis with the rising cost of energy prices.READ MORE: Good Morning Britain's Richard Madeley slammed for 'creepy' Olivia Newton-John tributeTo get a better understanding of the problem at hand, the TV presenters welcomed the Education Secretary onto the show where he was forced to defend Liz Truss’ plans to help out millions of Britons struggling up and down the country.However, the Tory back bencher struggled to get a word in edgeways after he accused the 66-year-old broadcaster of interrupting him before he could address the situation.Richard’s co-host Charlotte opened the conversation by asking about what measure have been put in place to help tackle the financial crisis.She said: “The measures you’ve put in place were based on previous estimates of the price cap.“We know now the price gap is going to be exceeded so that help that you’ve already promised is simply not enough, is it?”James quickly replied with: “We’ve already put a support package in place and Liz has said she will bring forward an emergency budget to address whatever else.”But her co-host grew increasingly frustrated with the politician as he argued: “You’re not answering our question.
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Good Morning Britain's Richard Madeley slammed for 'creepy' Olivia Newton-John tribute
Richard Madeley has been slammed by viewers for making "creepy" comments about Oliver Newton John during his tribute to her yesterday (9 August.)The Good Morning Britain host fronted yesterdays edition of the programme with Charlotte Hawkins and the two spoke about Olivia Newton John's legacy after she passed away on Monday evening.They were joined by Olivia's close friend, Jane Seymour, who said she "changed the world".READ MORE: John Travolta leads celeb tributes to Olivia Newton-John following death aged 73The Bond Girl added: "She cared about everybody else and made a huge difference."Her legacy is extraordinary. Not just as a performer but as a friend and a champion of people who are dealing with cancer."Richard went on to say that he wished he had the opportunity to interview the star.He also spoke about an "iconic" poster of the Grease star.He said: ""There’s a picture we’re showing of her here, it was a very famous poster of her in the 1970s."She’s just looking at the camera, she’s backlit by sunshine, her hair’s down, she’s wearing a denim shirt."And I was saying earlier in the programme that poster was on the wall of a radio station I used to work in back in the 1970s and, I’m not exaggerating, it basically stopped traffic in the corridors."It was up there for months and even after months, the guys would just stop and look at it."And (they) just get lost in her beauty and I would have loved to have told her that."Viewers of the show have taken to Twitter to criticise him for his comments.One said: "Richard Madeley reducing ONJs achievements down to he and his colleagues letching over her "beauty" in a poster of her that was in his office space back in the day.
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GMB’s Charlotte Hawkins grills ITV guests over showers amid water shortage
Good Morning Britain’s Charlotte Hawkins grilled ITV guests over whether or not they had a shower before they appeared on the hit morning show.On Monday’s visit to the ITV studios, the blonde bombshell and her co-host Richard Madeley welcomed viewers back to discuss the latest news headlines this morning.And one of the biggest topics on everyone’s lips was the ongoing national water shortage as the UK prepares for another heatwave this week.READ MORE: Ben Shephard takes savage swipe at Andi Peters as he winds up the GMB presentersThis morning, the dynamic duo welcomed British journalist Kevin Maguire and MP Ed Vaizey onto the show to discuss their thoughts on the ongoing Conservatives leadership run.But Charlotte left her loyal legion of fans in stitches as she introduced the pair by asking them whether or not they had showered before they came on the show.She seriously asked the political duo: “Did you shower before you came on the show today?”Luckily the pair managed to laugh off the rude question as Kevin turned to the politician and jokingly wafted the air around him after he confessed he hadn’t taken a morning shower before his appearance.The politician admitted: “I haven’t showered but I will shower after the show, the trick is to do it in 10-second bursts and not shower while the soap is on.”This is a live TV story and is being constantly updated.
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Stranger Things Season 5: Will there be another season of Netflix series?
Stranger Things is the jewel on top of Netflix’s crown, but all reigns must come to an end.Season four’s second part is now available to binge on the platform, with the final episode lasting a staggering two hours and 30 minutes.Due to the epic length and the stakes of the season, some may think that this is the last few episodes of the series, but this isn’t the case.Both Netflix and the Duffer Brothers, the creators behind the show, have confirmed there is more to come, and it isn’t just an extra season.Fans should brace themselves, as the end begins after season four’s climatic final chapter.Yes, season five will in development, but the bad news is that it has been confirmed to be the final season of the series.It was confirmed back in February, with the Duffer brothers writing: "Seven years ago, we planned out the complete story arc for Stranger Things, at the time, we predicted the story would last four to five seasons.“It proved too large to tell in four, but — as you'll soon see for yourselves — we are now hurtling toward our finale.“Season 4 will be the penultimate season; season 5 will be the last.”Season five is still in pre-production, so there is a long road ahead before fans can have a Netflix night and binge the last few episodes.The creative duo have plenty of ideas for it, as they added: "But first we hope that you stay with us as we finish this tale of a powerful girl named Eleven and her brave friends, of a broken police chief and a ferocious mom, of a small town called Hawkins and an alternate dimension known only as the Upside Down."It is still too early to tell what season five could be about, but now that season four volume two is out, fans can start putting together the pieces.The obvious things to
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