Lorraine Kelly opens up on Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield’s ‘feud’
The 63-year-old Scottish TV star, whose daily talk show Lorraine airs on ITV ahead of This Morning, also said she thought it was “unlikely” they would walk.
“You know what? They were back today and everything was business as usual and everyone’s just moving on,” Kelly mused.
“I would be sad if they left the show but I don’t think that will ever happen and I think they just move on,” she added The sun.
Your comments are in stark contrast to Eamonn Holmes.
It was reported over the weekend that ITV had been in crisis talks with the ailing presenters and there were doubts as to whether they would appear on the show this week.
On Monday, the former “This Morning” host launched a scathing attack on Willoughby and Schofield, insisting that regardless of who hosted it, the show would go on with or without them.
Speaking to GB News, he said: “They may or may not be on TV together today. Audiences will surely suspect that the chemistry isn’t right, that the two aren’t right, and that “This Morning” doesn’t depend on who presents it.
“It’s an institution, it will continue to exist no matter who presents it, and anyone can check the ratings, it makes no difference whether they present it or someone else.”
First released in 1988, This Morning was originally hosted by husband and wife team Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan for more than a decade.
Schofield has been a familiar face on the popular daytime show since 2002, with Willoughby as his co-host since 2009.
https://www.standard.co.uk/showbiz/lorraine-kelly-speaks-holly-willoughby-phillip-schofield-feud-this-morning-b1081553.html Lorraine Kelly opens up on Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield’s ‘feud’