This Morning producers apparently warned ITV stars Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield to tone down their behavior.
The ITV presenters are notorious for their cheeky innuendos and cheeky antics that usually end up in fits of laughter on the show.
However, it is believed that COVID-19 has forced ITV chiefs to lay down their feet.
What’s up with Holly and Phillip this morning?
With the kids coming home from school for the foreseeable future, producers are reportedly concerned about parenting anger.
A source said The sun: “Before the lockdown, producers were able to study adult subjects, safe in the knowledge that the majority of the children would be in class.
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“Now most of them are back home and This Morning doesn’t want to take the risk of upsetting mothers and fathers. They won’t avoid important topics, but they will make sure nothing is too explicit.
“Though the bosses also accept that sometimes going to a live show means things can happen, like a slip of the tongue or a cheeky innuendo that Holly and Phillip often have in seizures.”
Ent Daily has reached out to This Morning staff for a comment.
Holly Willoughby okay?
Holly worried about fans when she shared a picture of herself on Instagram on Monday.
The presenter of Dancing On Ice looked almost tearful in the photo hugging a tree.
Fans rushed to respond and share their concern for Holly.
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“I hope you are well, Holly. I can see you are struggling right now, ”said one follower.
A second replied, “I felt like you looked a little worried today, Holly. Still stunning, but not your normal bubbly self. Stay safe.”
Josie Gibson gives up because of trolls
It seems like the This Morning presenters have been having a tough time lately.
Josie Gibson left Twitter after being attacked by online trolls.
The former Big Brother winner took to social media this week to show she’s taking a step backwards.
She told fans that she had received “annoying and unhealthy” comments from trolls.
“Right, I won’t be on the phone and social until Jan 13th. If I don’t answer, I’m not being rude,” she said.
“I keep finding myself on my phone reading into all the negativity, and it’s not healthy for anyone.
“I actually feel like AI because I’m so much on my phone that it bothers me.”
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