Peter Andre has revealed the full extent of his “crippling” social anxiety, explaining how Robbie Williams helped him to diagnose the condition. Speaking to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, the 44-year-old star admitted he has suffered up to 20 panic attacks a day, considered suicide and been treated in a psychiatric hospital. Peter revealed that Robbie inadvertently played a part on his road to recovery after he heard the singer’s wife Ayda Field talking about the symptoms of her husband’s social anxiety on Loose Women last year.
It was the show that made him a household name – but that doesn’t mean James Van Der Beek wants to be tied to Dawson’s Creek forever. It didn’t even get off to a great start as Holly and Phil started the segment with a look down memory lane, showing a clip of James’ character Dawson alongside his on-screen love interest, Joey Potter, played by Katie Holmes. After showing the clip, Schofield revealed Katie was now a ‘leading Hollywood actress’, Michelle Williams had ‘received four Oscar nominations since leaving Dawson’s Creek’ and Joshua Jackson stars in ‘Golden Globe winning drama The Affair’.
Melinda Messenger has lashed out at This Morning saying that she felt ‘ganged up on’ after appearing on a show to talk about the HPV vaccine. After urging the public NOT to let their daughters have the vaccine which protects against cervical cancer, the former glamour model says she was shocked by the show’s hostile attitude to her view. Melinda took to social media to vent her frustrations saying that presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby essentially ‘gagged’ her from saying her opinion to skip the potentially life-saving vaccine.
Noel Edmonds and Phillip Schofield had a cat fight on Twitter on Thursday – six months after the pair first locked horns on This Morning over the supposed cause of Noel’s prostate cancer. The Deal or No Deal star randomly tagged Schofield in a fresh tweet about the link between cancer and negativity and reignited their heated debate. The household name appeared on This Morning earlier this year and was left fuming when Phillip and Holly Willoughby failed to believe his claim that cancer can be triggered by negativity.
Phillip Schofield is tipping Scarlett Mofatt to be crowned queen of the jungle for I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Scarlett’s run-ins with Homes Under the Hammer star Martin Roberts and former EastEnders star Larry Lamb have seen her slip to 2/1. Talking to Yahoo! Celeb at the ITV Gala, he said: “I think Scarlett is going to win because she’s got it together.
In a world where former Apprentice hosts can end up being the president of United States, it seems that everyone wants to get in on the act.
Phillip Schofield has been slammed on social media for mocking a pair of black Donald Trump voters. Viewers accused the This Morning host of “casual racism” after he reacted to Diamond and Silk, two Southern American supporters of Donald Trump, by shaking his head and shoulders. “Phil was mocking the ladies there, really disrespectful and bordering on racist #thismorning” said one Twitter user, while another added: “Not sure about @Schofe’s racist reaction with the head move. Not acceptable.
Professor Green has responded to rumours that his ex-wife Millie Mackintosh ripped up her £4,000 wedding gown and smeared it in fake blood for a Halloween party. Over the weekend, pictures emerged of the former Made In Chelsea star, appearing at members’ club Albert’s in West London, wearing a vintage lace dress identical to the Alice Temperley gown she wore at her wedding in September 2013. Fast-forward to This Morning… as daytime hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby quizzed Pro Green – real name Stephen Mandelson – about his high-profile divorce.