Eamonn Holmes backed for This Morning return by fans after he slams Phil and Holly in furious rant | The Sun

EAMONN Holmes has been backed by fans for a return to This Morning following Phillip Schofield's shock exit.

Over the weekend Phil, 61, confirmed he was leaving This Morning with immediate effect after his fall-out with co-host Holly Willoughby.

Eamonn, 63 – who was previously dropped from his role on the ITV show – today slammed Phil and Holly in a scathing rant.

But fans on Twitter think it's time he made a return.

One wrote: "I would truly like Eamonn to return to This Morning."

Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary have stepped in after Holly revealed she is taking a break.

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But another fan said: "Alison isn’t going to make me watch atm really miss Ruth and Eamonn."

And a third insisted: "This is why viewers loved Eamonn & Ruth on This Morning. Genuine. Phil & Holly fake."

Speaking today on GB News, Eamonn raged: "He was sacked. All this nonsense of 'I've decided to step down'. I’m sure you did – here’s your P45 now step down."

Mimicking ITV golden girl Holly, Eamonn went on: "And she says: 'Oh, the couch will not be the same without him being there'. Well she wanted him not there. So what is she moaning about? They deserve each other I suppose.

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"Holly is being as false as he is and nobody is talking about the elephant in the room.

"She says 'I thank him for all his knowledge, experience and humour'. All the things that she didn’t have when she came to the show. Well it’s true! I would call that stabbing in the back."

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