Eamonn Holmes unveils he has Phil and Holly ‘unkind’ list in fresh attack on duo
Eamonn Holmes believes Holly ‘stabbed’ Phil in the back
Former This Morning host Eamonn Holmes savaged Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on GB News in the wake of Phillip being axed from the ITV magazine programme.
While going through Monday morning headlines on GB News, Eamonn claimed Holly “made her name on the back of” Phillip during the rant.
His colleague Isabel Webster asked whether Holly was instead trying to keep her “own profession integrity” and “didn’t want to be associated” with him.
However, Eamonn continued: “Why isn’t she coming out in public and saying, ‘I have my own integrity, he has done something which will reflect badly on me.’
“But she again is being as false as he is and nobody is talking about the elephant in the room and that’s it.”
Eamonn proceeded to read Holly’s Instagram story in which she thanked Phil for his “knowledge, experience and his humour”.
Continuing his attack, Eamonn scoffed: “They were all the things she didn’t have when she came to [This Morning]. She used that, so I would call that stabbing in the back.
However, GB News guest Dawn Neesom appeared baffled by Holly’s post and accused Phil of “really rudely interrupting” Eamonn’s wife Ruth Langsford when she was trying to give a preview about Loose Women.
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Eamonn bluntly replied: “I could give you a list of the lack of kindness and the lack of awareness from both of them about how they would socialise with people around them.
“You just have to look at my phone [messages] from people who are just glad to see the back of the two of them.”
Phil announced his exit from This Morning on Saturday after fronting to show for more than two decades.
Phil’s statement read: “Throughout my career in TV – including the very difficult last few days – I have always done my best to be honourable and kind.
“I understand that ITV has decided the current situation can’t go on, and I want to do what I can to protect the show that I love.
“So I have agreed to step down from This Morning with immediate effect, in the hope that the show can move forward to a bright future.”
ITV has confirmed Holly will remain on This Morning and will co-present the programme.
This Morning airs on weekdays from 10am on ITV and ITVX.
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