Eamonn Holmes rages Holly stabbed Phil in the back

Eamonn Holmes made his views clear as he discussed with his GB News guests whether Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield “should go down together”.

“Look at them smiling,” Eamonn commented as a photo of Holly and Phil appeared on the screen. “Should they go down together?”

Before turning to his guests, Eamonn launched into another rant about his former This Morning co-stars, telling Isabel he was “bitter” about his exit from the ITV show.

“It is fakery, every day was fakery and you know, sometimes you can only judge people by their actions and you can only speak as you find,” he said.

“Some people find Philip Schofield the nicest person in the whole world. I personally didn’t, but I do believe speak as you find.”

He continued: “Here’s my point. The false smile and I ask this question. Will Holly be able to survive with Philips’s cloak around her?

“And that’s the question, I don’t know the answer to that. But I think, Dawn, she has to be tarnished by whatever comes out or whatever is the fallout for all of that.”

After Dawn shared her thoughts on Holly’s statement, Eamonn asked Fraser for his views.

“The thing about daytime television is that it’s so intense, it’s so competitive.

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“And yet there is a huge majority of people in the country who never see it because it’s on when they’re working.”

As they discussed whether Holly “stabbed” Phillip in the back, Eamonn interrupted: “Yes, she made her name on the back of him.

“If she has her own professional integrity, then why isn’t she coming out in the public and saying, ‘I have my own professional integrity. He has done something which will reflect badly on me’.

“But she is being as false as he is, and nobody is talking about the elephant in the room.”

He later fumed: “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 or know people around them.

“You just get up to look at my phone full of people who are glad to see the back of the two of them.”

“Holly hasn’t actually done anything wrong herself,” Isabel chipped in as Eamonn argued: “I am very close to everything that goes on and it’s not a difficult situation.”

Breakfast with Eamonn and Isabel airs weekdays from 6am on GB News.

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