Eamonn has been voted the nation’s favourite breakfast host in a new poll, while Piers ranked third.
Husband to Ruth Langsford, could Eamonn soon revive his spot in one of TV’s most coveted slots?
Speaking of Piers, Eamonn told Radio Times: “You love him or loathe him, but you can’t ignore him.
“Breakfast TV is dying because people’s tastes and habits are changing.
“But Piers has said we’re going to go out kicking and screaming on this one and I think that’s interesting.”
After enjoying another successful stint on Good Morning Britain over the summer, Eamonn said that he would like to go back to presenting news.
“I don’t think it’ll be long before I go back and do something, probably around that time of day,” he noted.
“You want to wake people up, you want to prod people and say come on, get up, watch this!”
However, he went on to add that he believes Piers will eventually take over as the king of breakfast TV, commenting: “That’s his beat now and there’s no doubt in my mind that this mantle of mine will eventually pass to him.”
The full interview with Eamonn Holmes is available in the latest edition of Radio Times.
Good Morning Britain continues tomorrow on ITV at 6am.
Published at Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:01:00 +0000