Boo-hoo for cretinous crybaby queue jumper Phillip Schofield as the flogger of “plughole plonk” unsurprisingly gets booed at the National Television Awards
Rightly called out as a disgrace in September alongside his equally tedious This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby, smugger-than-smug flogger of “fit only for pouring down the plughole boxed wine” Phillip Schofield unsurprisingly got booed at the National Television Awards last night. They were at the OVO Arena in Wembley, London to accept the 2022 Best Daytime Award and surrounded by an audience of their peers.
Known best until he and Willoughby jumped the queues to pay respects to the late Queen as she lay in state in Westminster for laughable, lowbrow television, the “widespread backlash” against this overpaid pair of prattlers caused “concerns for the pair’s mental health” if you’d believe the MailOnline’s Brittany Chain and Sean O’Grady. If, however, you take the view of the majority of the populous into consideration instead, the public would simply rather these two tedious twerps were just taken off our telly boxes for once and for all.
Whilst Schofield and Willoughby’s bosses defended “queuegate” and expressed “serious concerns over their well-being,” it was made clear again last night that even those in their industry have also had quite enough of the audacious antics of this awful duo.
In response to the “outrageous scandal,” a Change.org petition started by a woman named Laura Harrison argued:
“Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, two hosts of one of the most damaging to mental health day time TV shows This Morning, were able to push past those thousands and get immediate access [those waiting to pay their respects to the late Queen].”
“I’d like to see This Morning axed for good as I do believe it causes more harm than good, without people noticing. For example, like turning cost of living anxiety into a game show. At the least though, these presenters Holly and Phillip should finally be removed from our TV screens. They’ve monopolised way too long.”
“If you agree, please sign. If enough people sign we can show ITV that the public do matter. And these two don’t deserve our time.”
As of this morning at 11.30am, the total number of signatures to the petition had reached 79,000. It is time ITV paid attention to the public and axed not only This Morning’s Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby but also ridded their channel of the equally repugnant harpy hosts of the sexually salacious Loose Women.