“How the hell do I get home?” GB News co-host Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster have been caught swearing multiple times in an EPIC blunder when they thought they were off the air
Eamonn Holmes cursed live on air yesterday in a huge TV blunder.
The TV veteran, 63, presented his breakfast show on GB News with co-star Isabel Webster, 40.
When the program returned after an ad break, both stars were caught swearing as they didn’t seem to realize they were back on the air.
Engrossed in their commercial break conversation, Isabel could be heard say: “I’m ab***h, if only they knew.” She added, “Pussycat me.”
Then This Morning host Eamonn was seen checking his script before muttering to himself, “Now how the hell am I going to get home today?”
You’re live! Engrossed in their commercial break conversation, Isabel was heard to say, “I’m ab***h, if only they knew.” She added, “Pussycat me.” Eamonn then mutters to himself, “Now how the hell am I going to get home today?”
And we’re back: After being alerted they were back on the air, the two sprang into action with Eamonn joking to Isabel, “Are you sure we’re on the air?” It would be nice if someone spoke to us.’
A scream could be heard off-camera before producers muted the pair’s microphones.
After being alerted that they were back on the air, the two got back into action, with Eamonn joking to Isabel, “Are you sure we’re on the air?” It would be nice if someone spoke to us.’ The two quickly apologized to viewers for the blunder.
Viewers thought the mistake was hilarious, joking: “Just watching that lovely Eamonn & Isabel on GB News, now choking on my cornflakes and holding my pearls.”
Another viewer wrote, “Oh dear Eamonn dropped the F-bomb live on air.”
Eamonn has used his GB News show this week to address the Phillip Schofield scandal that has engulfed the ITV show and has been outspoken in his criticism of Phillip and his former co-presenter Holly Willoughby.
Yesterday he praised Josie Gibson – who co-presented with Holly yesterday and Monday – as ‘the star of the show’.
“The star of the show yesterday for me was Josie Gibson. It’s lovely to hear a West Country accent, don’t you think?’ said Eamonn.
“Definitely, so hot and there’s not enough West County accents on the TV,” Isabel agreed.
Star: Eamonn has used his GB News show this week to weigh in on the Phillip Schofield scandal that has engulfed ITV