Eamonn Holmes apologises as he struggles at award ceremony
Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster walked onto the stage a few seconds behind their team, leaving the star to apologise for his “struggle” due to the slipped discs in his back.
Whilst waiting for Eamonn to make it on stage, Stephen Dixon began: “Eamonn and Isabel are coming up this way.
“There are two teams, we have Eamonn and Isabel during the week and then me and Ellie [Costello] and Anne Diamond at the weekend.”
Looking to the side of the stage, he added: “Eamonn as we know, is struggling a bit but he will have something to say in a moment.”
Finally managing to get to the podium, Eamonn expressed: “Sorry that took a while, discs in my back, look after your back guys.
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“It is a bit like real-life work Stephen is always there before me so it’s the way things are. So many people talked about teamwork.
“Here are three people, Charlie Cook, Sarah Walken and Lucy Johnson, and they are all leaving, just to show the burnout factor in what we do.
“They are top top people, if anyone is looking to improve the programme, get the ratings and get the awards these three are on offer at the minute.
“It is a seven-day-a-week operation, you should judge what we do by the competition I think, when you look at the competition that we are up against we are privileged to win in that competition.
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“Isabel and I do Monday to Thursday, with Stephen and Ellie and Anne doing the rest of the week and I couldn’t do it every day without this woman,” holding his arm out to Isabel.
She took over the speech and joked: “Just a really quick word that it is an honour with so much talent in this room.
“They say don’t work with animals or children but spare a thought for me sitting next to Eamonn day after day.
“In all seriousness, the magic happens between true friendship and trust and I am really grateful that the public has noticed.”
Eamonn has struggled with his health since he dislocated his pelvis which subsequently led to three slipped discs in his back.
He took some time off from presenting his breakfast show with Isabel to recover and had since returned feeling a lot better but still needing the support of crutches.
Breakfast with Eamonn and Isbael airs Monday – Thursday from 6am on GB News.
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