Eamonn Holmes worries woke brigade will have him ‘sacked’ as he slams toxic cancel culture

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The This Morning star, 61, has detailed in a new interview his biggest worries, including his fears that the toxic cancel culture invading society will cost him his job.

It’s a minefield, it’s a total worry all the time.

Eamonn Holmes

In an exclusive interview with The Daily Star, the TV star admitted worrying about saying the wrong thing while presenting. 

He said: “I don’t wake up in the morning and say, ‘I’m going to say something offensive to somebody’.

“It’s a minefield, it’s a total worry all the time.” 

Eamonn admitted that he believes there are people out there that want him sacked, adding an extra worry to his day. 

He added: “I know I’m the most tolerant, caring, open-minded person but that doesn’t stop me saying that something is wrong or right, or having a joke. 

“But there are people who wake up wanting to be offended and they literally want you sacked.”

Eamonn added his opinion on Piers Morgan who quit Good Morning Britain earlier this year. 

He said: “I do think we need him to stand up to woke.

“I’m not saying I agree with everything he says, but I think that everybody just rolls over for woke.”

Eamonn presents This Morning alongside his wife Ruth Langsford, when Holly and Phil are away. 

Earlier this year the couple were relegated to working over the holidays, instead of their 14-year run on the main show. 

They previously worked every Friday on the show, building up a fan base, however they lost out on this venture to Allison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary. 

The reshuffle happened due to producers wanting to add more diversity to the show. 

This Morning grabbed the gong for the Best Daytime Show at this year’s NTAs.

When the award was collected, many on Twitter spoke about how Phil hogged the microphone. 

Later that evening on Twitter, similarly, Eamonn liked a string of tweets from NTA fans about the stage dominance. 

Eamonn has been married twice, having previously been with Gabrielle Holmes, with whom had three children. 

They separated in 1994, the same year Eamonn and Ruth began dating. 

In 2002, the pair had a baby together, with Eamonn finalising the divorce with his wife in 2005. 

In 2010 the happy couple decided to get married in Hampshire. 

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