Eamonn Holmes responds to fan begging for him to take over Good Morning BritainAugust 25, 2021
Eamonn Holmes has spoken out after fans urged him to join Good Morning Britain.
The 61-year-old is currently presenting This Morning over the summer alongside his wife Ruth Langsford, also 61, but raised eyebrows and hopes on Tuesday by responding to a fan who requested they "take over" the rival ITV programme.
The fan wrote: "When @RuthieeL and @EamonnHolmes time is up on #ThisMorning they can take over #GMB sorted!”
In response, Eamonn posted a series of grinning face and smiling eye emojis.
Pretty soon, other viewers were weighing in to further encourage Eamonn and his wife Ruth into presenting the earlier morning show.
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One fan commented: "Well Eamonn you did used to present GMB as a stand in presenter so why no more? Would love to see you back."
Another wrote: "I would [love if] Eamonn & Ruth were on every day, they make This Morning watchable."
A third posted: "Ruth and Eamonn keep the show real without all the giggles and private jokes. Please put R&E on more. Best duo on TV."
Another replied: "Wow sounds like a plan."
Someone else responded: "Now there's an idea."
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Eamonn and Ruth have been hosting This Morning over the summer after previously being replaced on Fridays by Dermot O'Leary and Alison Hammond.
His Twitter response follows the Irish presenter being hospitalised earlier this year after he was diagnosed with three slipped discs.
On his chronic pain condition and his road to recovery, Eamonn said previously: "I've lost nerves in my right leg and there's certain actions that I can't do.
"Even the most simple thing. It's hard but it's getting better."
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"The whole recuperation path, there's so many aspects to it."
On This Morning earlier today (August 25), Eamonn caused Ruth to cry with laughter by showing her a 'naughty' picture.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am.
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