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Alison Hammond - Shaun Ryder - Gogglebox's Shaun Ryder issues health update after taking 'more pills than in 1988' - dailystar.co.uk
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Gogglebox's Shaun Ryder issues health update after taking 'more pills than in 1988'
Shaun Ryder has revealed he is on more pills now than he was during his party days.Shaun exclusively shared a health update with the Daily Star and shared the effects of his insufficient thyroid.The singer said: "It's because I don't have a thyroid, mine was underactive which makes you fat and bald but once that goes then everything starts to grate down and you have to take lots of tablets."And I don't produce testosterone now so I'm on more pills now than I was in 1988."The Celebrity Gogglebox star also opened up about why he can't stand This Morning's Alison Hammond.Shaun reckons he "detests" Alison and has done since first clashing with her on ITV's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!Earlier this year, Shaun and Allison also allegedly erupted behind the scenes of Dancing On Ice.The pair were both sitting in the audience supporting their pals on the show when they butted heads.When asked if they've spoken since then, Shaun exclusively told us: "No, no, she doesn't like me and I detest her that's allowed we don't like each other."You know when two people just clash, she was in the jungle with me 12 years ago and you know when two people meet and you instantly know you just don't get on, and we don't, but we can't all get on."But would Shaun compete in the ITV skating show?He replied: "Noway, Dancing On Ice is too dangerous, I cant do that I've got two f***ing false hips." Shaun, 59, also opened up about his thoughts on the royals, in particular Prince Harry and The Duchess of Sussex.
Holly Willoughby - Phillip Schofield - Alison Hammond - Holly Willoughby returns to This Morning after Covid battle - and fans are delighted - dailystar.co.uk
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Holly Willoughby returns to This Morning after Covid battle - and fans are delighted
Holly Willoughby has returned to This Morning after testing positive for coronavirus.The 41-year-old presenter was back on our screens on Wednesday morning (March 23) alongside Phillip Schofield.Fans were delighted to see Holly on the famous blue sofa after she was forced to take some time off from the ITV daytime show.Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "#ThisMorning so glad holly back she's been missed."Another added: "#ThisMorning Holly's back finally! so so happy xx"A third person posted: "Yay Holly is back."While a fourth social media user said: "So happy to see Holly."The mother of three informed viewers that she had "48 hours of felling rubbish" but has "felt fine" ever since.She explained that she had to wait her lateral flow test to negative and she described waiting for the single line as the "worst advent calendar in the world."Phillip confirmed that Holly would be coming back earlier this week.Alison Hammond and Jose Gibson both filled in for Holly over the past week.At the start of Tuesday's show (March 22), Phillip told viewers: "Alison is obviously here today, we’re pleased to say that she’s negative and she’ll be back tomorrow.”Upon hearing the news, Alison began dancing along to Celebrate Good Times by Kool & The Gang, which made Phillip laugh even more.The television personality joked that she was expecting “confetti and the works” before she addressed Holly and told her that she’s “so glad she’s coming back”.Holly has taken some time off from her usual presenting gigs on This Morning and Dancing On Ice since she tested positive for Covid-19.She has shared updates on Instagram and recently posted a selfie from her back garden, soaking up the sun as it’s “what the doctor ordered”.The news means Holly
Holly Willoughby - Phillip Schofield - Alison Hammond - Josie Gibson - Phillip Schofield issues health update on Holly Willoughby amid This Morning absence - dailystar.co.uk
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Phillip Schofield issues health update on Holly Willoughby amid This Morning absence
Holly Willoughby has been unable to join her co-star Phillip Schofield on This Morning this week after a positive Covid-19 test. Josie Gibson has appeared on the ITV show to cover Holly after the star was forced to step away after she was left feeling unwell.Prior to Wednesday's This Morning, Lorraine welcomed Phillip and Josie on her screen via a video link as they spoke about what would be coming up on the ITV show schedule throughout the day.Lorraine had previously mentioned Holly having Covid as Phil opened up on the show and said that Holly was at home and looking after herself.Phil said: "She [Holly] is still taking care of herself, looking after herself; Josie's here," before sharing an update on what was coming up on the show.It's unclear when Holly will be back on screens, but Josie will be unable to join Phil on the sofa tomorrow as it has already been confirmed that she's covering the races with Alison Hammond.Josie, who has stepped in for Holly, often appears on the show for the segments away from the studios, but this week she's been firmly sat on the sofa.She's stepped in often over the last few months if either Phil or Holly have been off ill, with both the hosts contracting Covid-19 this year.Josie has become increasingly popular with viewers, with many fans calling for her to become a more regular fixture on the popular ITV show.Throughout the week many fans have taken to Twitter to share their love for the stand-in host.One user wrote: "Love Josie on This Morning, a breath of fresh air.
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