• Why Holly Willoughby won't be appearing on This Morning

    Holly Willoughby threw This Morning into chaos when she dropped out of her presenting duties at short notice on Monday morning, leaving co-host Phillip Schofield to host the popular daytime show with Rylan Clark. During a television advert break before the show aired, Phillip revealed that his on-screen partner was ill as he teased that someone else will be filling her shoes. "Holly's not very well today so you've got about 15 minutes to work out who is going to be beside me later," he told viewers. Holly Willoughby was too ill to present Monday's This Morning Holly's best giggle moments

  • Star Wars director hasn't watched film since Carrie Fisher's death

    The director of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Gareth Edwards, has opened up about Carrie Fisher's death, revealing that he hasn't watched the film since the star's death in December. Speaking to the Telegraph, Gareth said: "I've not really sat and watched the film since the opening weekend, when Carrie was still with us. I just feel the whole thing was, to be honest, one big love letter to Carrie. What we're doing with the entire movie is all building to that one moment where we hand the baton to her, to go off and make that film that inspired us all as

  • Eamonn Holmes to replace Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain

    Eamonn Holmes is heading back to breakfast television. The 57-year-old This Morning presenter will be replacing Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain over the Easter period, while Piers is away on holiday. Eamonn is set to return to his "old stomping ground" when he reunites with former colleagues Kate Garraway and Charlotte Hawkins next week. The TV star, who recently recovered from hip surgery, previously hosted GMTV for 12 years and Sky News' Sunrise for 11 years. He said in a statement: "After the last four months of lie-ins, I feel refreshed and my hips have healed well. Breakfast TV is