This Morning’s Eamonn Holmes has followed in the footsteps of a long list of celebrities sharing videos on TikTok.
The This Morning presenter officially made his debut on the social media site on Tuesday just weeks after joining Cameo, a platform that allows fans to pay for personalised videos from their favourite stars.
‘Hello there, It’s Eamonn Holmes, the famous Irish broadcaster here,’ Eamonn said, as he introduced himself in his first clip.
‘Lovely to see you. Now we’re going to get even closer because I have joined TikTok.
‘I’m not sure what TikTok is, but apparently, we’re going to have some great craic on it.’
Eamonn went on to say that he would do his best, ‘within realms’ to answer questions from fans
‘Let’s be fun, let’s be interesting, let’s not be abusive,’ he added. ‘Let’s do it!’
Eamonn made his debut on TikTok (Picture: Instagram)
Eamonn presents This Morning alongside his wife Ruth Langsford (Picture: ITV)
Fans have flooded Eamonn with questions, with one keen to know what the famous face gets up to on his day off.
‘Which broadcaster do you most enjoy watching?’ asked another, as a third quizzed: ‘Do you like Taylor Swift?’
Eamonn’s foray into TikTok comes after he announced he is flogging personalised videos on Cameo for charity at £78.75 a pop.
He revealed the news on his Twitter with a clip of him cuddling his adopted pooch Maggie, stating that a portion of the proceeds will be going to the Dog’s Trust.
Back in 2020 it was confirmed Ruth and Eamonn would be replaced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary on Fridays but would continue to cover for Holly and Phil during the school holidays.
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.
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