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This Morning suffers picture gaffe leaving Josie Gibson ‘on air for 13 hours’

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield may have accidentally given Josie Gibson a heart attack on today’s This Morning after the schedule screen seemed to leave her on-air for 13 hours.

Launching today’s episode of the ITV favourite, Holly and Phil listed what was to come – including Luke Evans talking about his new series The Pembrokeshire Murders, Martin Lewis talking about money saving tips, and actor Tom Hughes talking about the new series of Discovery of Witches.

Unfortunately, a mistake in the title card meant that the placeholder ‘text insert 4’ was shown instead of what was happening, with the time dated to midnight.

Which meant in theory Josie would’ve been on air for 13 hours.

While we’re sure the bubbly former Big Brother star’s career has plenty of highlights, more than half a day of ‘best bits’ may have been a bit of a stretch for anyone!

But hey, if we know Josie, we’re sure she’ll be up for giving it a good go!

Thursday’s show seemed a little bare after the mistake (Picture: ITV)
Josie has become a regular face on This Morning (Picture: Rex)

On today’s episode of This Morning, things took a drastic turn as the debate over the US Capitol riots took a turn between Nicola Thorp and India Willoughby.

The pair clashed when India suggested that the media coverage of Trump supporters breaking into the Congress building in Washington wasn’t being treated as fairly as the Black Lives Matter coverage.

Holly and Phil have had a hell of a first week back after their Christmas holidays, with Holly only returning on Wednesday after taking ‘a couple of extra days’ to be with family.

She was temporarily replaced by Rochelle Humes.

This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV.


Credit: Original article published here.

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