Kim Woodburn wants Holly Willoughby sacked from This Morning

The celebrity cleaner called Willoughby a 'whimpy little woman'

BOREHAMWOOD, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 03:  Kim Woodburn, in 3th place, leaves the Celebrity Big Brother house on February 3, 2017 in Borehamwood, United Kingdom.  (Photo by Mike Marsland/WireImage)
Kim Woodburn as called Holly Willoughby 'wimpy'. (WireImage)

Kim Woodburn wants This Morning to get rid of Holly Willoughby after launching an attack on the presenter.

Appearing on GB News to talk about the Phillip Schofield scandal and the resulting fallout, Woodburn issued a scathing rebuke of Willoughby.

Talking to host Dan Wootton, she said: "In all the years she's been on that show she has never taken part, all we hear is 'oh Phillip'. She aided and abetted him to take a big salary, get shot of that little b****. Wimpy, wimpy little woman, she will not be missed."

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Woodburn also speculated that This Morning would be axed by ITV even though the broadcaster has stated that is not in their plans.

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 16: Holly Willoughby attends The Prince's Trust and TKMaxx & Homesense Awards 2023 at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on May 16, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Dave Benett/Getty Images)
Holly Willoughby is currently taking a break from This Morning. (Getty Images)

The celebrity cleaner offered her thoughts on what should happen with the show going forward: "I have very mixed emotions about that. A nice morning show with families and mums sitting there is a nice thing. This show is so tainted and gross. I don't want to see it go off but I think it should. I think it should come back in a different format with different people. It's been so ruined by Schofield but let's not give up and let's start again."

Eamonn Holmes also echoed Woodburn and predicted that Willoughby will never present This Morning again.

He said: "I don't think you will ever see Holly Willoughby back on the couch. There are people who are financial experts who will say this is about brand protection for her company and her advertising deals."

Eamonn Holmes has accused Holly Willoughby of 'stabbing Phillip Schofield in the back'. (PA/ITV)
Eamonn Holmes has accused Holly Willoughby of 'stabbing Phillip Schofield in the back'. (PA/ITV)

Both Woodburn and Holmes have been fierce and vocal critics of This Morning and its main presenters ever since Schofield resigned after weeks of speculation regarding a fallout between himself and Willoughby.

Schofield has since admitted to having an affair with a younger ITV employee, a claim he had previously denied. Schofield has said that the affair was "consensual" and "not illegal" following speculation that the younger colleague was underrage when they first met.

Schofield has also stepped back from other engagements and been dropped from his management company.

This Morning continues to air on ITV on weekdays.

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