ITV reportedly call crisis meeting following "awkward" This Morning appearance
ITV reportedly called a crisis meeting after Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield’s appearance on This Morning, on Monday.
Their appearance came after the weekend saw a number of rumours that the two hosts had fallen out an.
While they never addressed the claims on the show, many viewers saw some tension lingering between them. After some said they looked "uncomfortable" and "awkward" during Monday's show, The Daily Mail reported that ITV bosses called a meeting to decide on how to proceed with the next shows.
A source said: "Social media is used as a barometer to see what the public think. Those in charge were left under no illusion that it was a total disaster. It was painful for the team to work on and just as painful to watch.
This Morning stand-off 'will continue to be a massive headache'
"There was a meeting afterwards to discuss how it went that went on for some time. Everyone was just relieved to get it over with, but even if the show continues for some time, it will continue to be a massive headache."
ITV has confirmed that Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield will not be leaving This Morning anytime soon. The news has come amid a suspected falling-out between the presenting team.
They have been very close since starting out as This Morning hosts but since Schofield's brother's court case, things have been different between the two.
Holly Willoughby is said to have found out about the allegations through a third party, not by Schofield himself, which really seemed to hurt her.
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