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Shutting up Schofield

Phillip Schofield’s mum has more to fear from this angry man’s presence on screen than the coronavirus

In a recent Evening Standard article, Susannah Butter reported that Phillip Schofield had been worrying about when to tell his mother “to stay in now” due to coronavirus.

 

We’d argue a different point: Mr Schofield would be better off just forcing her to turn off her telly box instead. This angry man’s mum has much more to fear from the daily drivel he spouts there.

 

Pictured top: Phillip Schofield with his former ‘friend’ Matt McGreevy.

 

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