This Morning fans rage as Holly and Phil still missing from show after 3 weeks

This Morning viewers have been seething over regular hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby's absence from the ITV show.

They often present the show together but fans have become increasingly frustrated after they noticed they have been off work sporadically over the festive period.

Usual stand-ins include Dermot O'Leary, Alison Hammond and Craig Doyle, but fan favourites Andi Peters and Josie Gibson were this day's choice.

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They introduced the show cheerily and worked their magic as they told audiences what segments were coming up on the morning's programme, but some unhappy viewers were having none of it.

Many took to Twitter to complain about missing Phillip and Holly, with a few seriously savage remarks.

One wrote: "Lol, it looks like Phil & Holly are having an extended siesta again," and used a gif that joked they were "working from home".

Another fan tweeted: "Bloody hell! How many weeks do Phil and Holly need off? They’re at home more than they are at work! Not complaining about having Josie and Andi in though."

A third also added: "Where's Holly and Phil? Holidays are over!"

Another fan gave them the nickname "part time Holly and Phil" in a fourth brutal quip.

The presenting duo also recently came under fire during an episode of This Morning that aired around Christmas time.

Holly and Phil were joined by TV chef Juliet Sear, but were criticised for talking over the star and "stealing her limelight".

As she tried to present her segment, which showed users how to make dishes using household appliances, Holly and Phil spoke over her and giggled between themselves which seemed to irk some viewers.

They turned to Twitter once again to discuss the scenes and slammed Willoughby and Schofield for their behaviour.

One said that they "couldn’t follow the recipes today for Phil and Holly's constant interruptions" and branded the segment "hopeless".

They went on to say that "Phil spoke over Juliet," which was a "waste of a good segment".

Another quipped that the presenters were "behaving like naughty children" who "thought it was funny to talk over the cooking demonstration".

A third viewer defended Juliet and tweeted that "presenting on TV is nerve wracking enough," but having to "content with the likes of Phil and Holly" would no doubt make it harder.


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