Eamonn Holmes says live TV is a “dangerous place” and fears being fired

Eamonn Holmes has said he feared losing his job because of the culture of waking up.

The This Morning host said working on live TV has become a “dangerous place” as one slip can fire you.

Eamonn, 61, told the Daily Star about his concerns about modern views on controversial issues.

Eamonn Holmes hosts This Morning with wife Ruth (Image: ITV)

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He said, “It’s a minefield, it’s a total worry all the time. I don’t wake up in the morning and say, ‘I’m going to say something offensive to someone.’

“I know I am the most tolerant, caring, and outgoing person, but that doesn’t stop me from saying something is wrong or right or from joking.

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“But there are people who wake up and want to be offended. They literally want you to get fired. You said that forbidden word, ”said Eamonn.

The awakened culture controls television, claims Eamonn

Eamonn – who regularly presents with his wife, Ruth Langsford – also claimed that the culture controls the stations because of the advertising revenue.

He added that “they” are “very influential” and broadcasters “jump” when advertisers are “upset”.

The Irish star also said he admires Piers Morgan for opposing snowflake culture.

He added, “I think we need to get him up to wake up. I’m not saying I agree with everything he says, but I think everyone just turns around. “

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Eamonn – who hosts the new BBC show “Farm To Feast” – also claimed that British television was full of “patronizing gentlemen”.

He called them “the Oxbridge lot” and said they were “so awful”.

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