We reported earlier this month how This Morning host, Eamon Holmes, was making a cameo in the hit Channel 4 soap, Hollyoaks, along side Rachel Shenton who plays Mitzeee Minniver, and now it has been revealed that this storyline is part of Mitzeee’s show exit, as Rachel Shenton has announced that she has quit the show!
Holmes, who is one of This Mornings co-hosts with his wife, Ruth Langsford, has reportedly already filmed the scenes, in which he joined forces with Rachel Shenton who plays Mitzeee Minniver and Sky News, last week. Read more & comment »
This Morning Veteran, Eamon Holmes, has reportedly filmed a cameo Hollyoaks appearance!
Holmes, who is one of This Mornings co-hosts with his wife, Ruth Langsford, has reportedly already filmed the scenes, in which he joined forces with Rachel Shenton who plays Mitzeee Minniver and Sky News, yesterday. According to Digital Spy, Shenton and the Hollyoaks crew travelled up to Sky News’ headquarters in London to film the scenes, which are expected to be of former socialite Mitzeee appearing on Holmes’s Sunrise programme.
The details of the scenes, and of Mitzeee’s appearance on the show, are being kept tightly under-wraps, but after the turbulent year that Mitzeee has just had, we doubt they will run out of things to talk about. Read more & comment »
Yesterday, veteran TV host Eamonn Holmes sparked an outrage when, during an interview with Hannah Cant, who is a rape victim, he told her, “I hope you take taxis now.”
20 year old Hannah was on the show to highlight the plight of rape victims after bravely waiving her right to anonymity after her attacker was jailed.
She explained to Eamonn that when she was 18, she’d been on a night out with friends, and as the group dispersed, she decided to walk home. On her journey, she was grabbed by former soldier Jonathan Haynes.
He then subjected her to a terrifying attack, during which Hannah thought she was going to die.
ITV has launched a new nationwide initiative, inviting the public to join some of ITV’s biggest stars to shape up and make 2009 an altogether healthier year.
The Feelgood Factor begins on Saturday 31st January and will include three ITV1 shows as well as a dedicated website, with a focus on helping viewers to make some positive changes for a healthier lifestyle for themselves and their families.