Holly Willoughby fights tears as Phillip Schofield admits missing This Morning team

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They fought in the middle of the coronavirus shutdown, continuing to broadcast live from London.

But Holly Willoughby was moved during This Morning on Thursday when co-host Phillip Schofield admitted he was missing their team.

While Holly and Phil continue to present from ITV studios, most of their guests, including regular presenter Vanessa Feltz, participate in the show from their home.

Tear: Holly Willoughby was moved at This Morning on Thursday when co-host Phillip Schofield admitted he was missing their team

Tear: Holly Willoughby was moved at This Morning on Thursday when co-host Phillip Schofield admitted he was missing their team

On Thursday, during Vanessa’s counseling segment, Holly admitted that she missed having their co-star in the studio.

Phillip added: “I regret that not everyone is here. In addition to taking precautions by limiting the number of guests in the studio, This Morning also broadcasts with a minimum of crew.

Holly and Phil must also sit two meters apart during the show, in accordance with the rules of social distancing.

Phil made Holly moved by saying, “Thank goodness we met. You’re far away, but thank God, we met.

At Home: While Holly and Phil continue to present from ITV studios, most of their guests, including regular presenters Vanessa Feltz, participate in the show from their home

At Home: While Holly and Phil continue to present from ITV studios, most of their guests, including regular presenters Vanessa Feltz, participate in the show from their home

From the bottom of my heart: Phil made Holly emotional by saying, `` Thank goodness we met. You're far away, but thank God, we met ''

From the bottom of my heart: Phil made Holly emotional by saying, “Thank goodness we met. You’re far away, but thank God, we met “

Separate: Holly and Phil must sit two meters apart during the show, in accordance with the rules of social distancing

Aside: Holly and Phil must sit two meters apart during the show, according to the rules of social distancing

‘I know. Oh my god, I think you’re going to make me cry, “exclaimed Holly, her voice breaking.

However, there was a slight relief on Thursday’s show. The studio fell into chaos when the Spin To Win wheel broke down.

The wheel, which Phil and Holly spin to win cash prizes for viewers, got stuck in the studio rafters, leaving the pair sitting on the couch with no play to play.

However, when Philip, 58, attempted to climb a ladder to fix it, he was scolded by show owners amid fears for health and safety.

Drama: This morning, chaos fell on Thursday as the Spin To Win wheel broke down

Drama: This morning, chaos fell on Thursday as the Spin To Win wheel broke down

Explaining the drama at the start of the segment, Holly, 39, said, “So you know that Spin To Win is always going wrong and every day we find a new way to be wrong. “

The camera then went to the wheel that was stuck hanging over the studio, with Holly adding, “Well, today is gone for the big time. “

Philip then explained that the wheel would not move although they tried “very hard” to get it down.

Go down! When Philip, 58, tried to climb a ladder to fix it, he was scolded by show owners amid fears for health and safety

Go down! When Philip, 58, tried to climb a ladder to fix it, he was scolded by show owners amid fears for health and safety

The presenter then resorted to climbing a ladder in an attempt to descend it, but quickly encountered disapproval from the show’s editors due to “health and safety” fears.

As he continued to ignore the bosses of the series, he shouted, “I am told that I am not allowed to climb the ladder.

To which Holly replied, “What do you mean by the fact that he is not allowed to climb the ladder? He’s an adult man!

Beware: the wheel got stuck in the rafters of the studio, leaving the pair sitting on the sofa without playing

Beware: the wheel got stuck in the rafters of the studio, leaving the pair sitting on the sofa without playing

To the rescue: the presenter then resorted to a ladder to try to descend it, but quickly encountered the disapproval of the editors of the show due to fears of `` health and safety ''

To the rescue: the presenter then resorted to a ladder to try to descend it, but quickly met with the disapproval of the editors of the show due to fears of “health and safety”

As the producers continued to urge Phil to come down, he said, “What do you mean by” health and safety “? In the world we live in right now, you are afraid that I will climb a ladder!

After the commercial break, a thoughtful Holly found a way to continue the game without using the wheel.

The mom of three tore up a page from her script and scribbled three cash prizes on it, before putting it in a cup Phil recovered from the kitchen.

Scolded: As the producers continued to urge Phil to come down, he replied,

Scolded: As the producers continued to urge Phil to come down, he replied, “What do you mean by” health and safety “? In the world we live in right now, you are afraid that I will climb a ladder!

She then announced that the new game was called “Dip To Win”, with the pair pulling a prize from the cup instead of spinning the wheel.

They then played and spectator Sandra managed to win a prize of £ 1,000, Phil opening the other prizes to make sure the competition was well played.

This morning continues on weekdays at 10am on ITV.

Great idea: Holly tore up a page from her script and scribbled three cash prizes before putting it in a cup Phil picked up from the kitchen

Great idea: Holly tore up a page from her script and scribbled three cash prizes before putting it in a cup Phil picked up from the kitchen

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