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This Morning chefs' lives - 'sad' co-star split, royal connection and huge net worth
This Morning is one of the hottest daytime shows on the silver screen, as celebrities rush to appear on the ITV show watched by millions of viewers each day.But the beloved show wouldn’t be the same without its regular dose of mouth-watering food as TV chefs from far and wide regularly battle it out to appear on the show and showcase their impressive culinary skills.Over the years, viewers have grown fond of many of the cooks to grace our screens, including Phil Vickery, James Martin, Gino D’Acampo and John Torode who quickly became regular stars on the show.But what many of the adoring fans don’t know is about what these national favourites are like away from the cameras.Ahead of long-standing chef Phil Vickery’s 60th birthday, Daily Star have taken a look inside the lives of the popular TV chefs away from the ITV kitchen.One of the first award-winning chefs to appear on the popular daytime show was Australian native John Torode, who blagged his way onto the show where he later became a household name.The cook first started his culinary career at the age of 16 where he developed a passion for cooking from his grandmother in Australia.He then went on to attend a catering college and worked for the Conran restaurants in the UK where he met his fellow MasterChef judge Greg Wallace while working at Quaglino’s.But it was his role on This Morning which made him a cookery connoisseur when he managed to swindle his way onto the show back in 1996.Speaking at the time, John recalled: “If you want to do anything in life, you've got to be bold enough to start out. That’s how my TV career began.“I was.
I'm A Celeb to bring back past winners and former campmates for South Africa-based show
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! featuring the most celebrated campmates of past series has reportedly been confirmed by ITV.Kings and queens of the jungle from previous seasons will be among those invited back onto the show which will be pre-recorded and filmed in South Africa.Celebrities thought to be near the top of ITV's wanted list include Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder, ex-Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison and TV chef Gino D'Acampo.Regular presenting duo Ant and Dec will host the show, which will be filmed at Kruger National Park - where Australia's version of the programme is recorded.The Best Of series will not replace the regular version of the show, which will take place as normal later this year and returns to Australia after Covid restrictions caused the last two seasons to be filmed at Gwrych Castle in north Wales.While the all-star version is slated to be pre-recorded this year as well, it is likely to be broadcast at the start of 2023, meaning fans will be treated to three series in just two years after the normal 2023 season goes to air.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.A TV source told The Sun: “Fans have been crying out for a Best Of series for years, and their prayers are being answered.“The normal show will be filmed in Australia as planned, unless COVID makes it impossible again.
Gino D'Acampo 'sad' as he reveals he's leaving This Morning and moving to Italy
This Morning chef Gino D'Acampo has announced that he is leaving the show to go and live in Italy.The culinary expert made the revelation to show hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby as he joined them on Tuesday's (March 29) instalment of the hit ITV daytime programme.Revealing his news Gino, 45, admitted that he wouldn't be back for quite a while and probably wouldn't be joining them in the studio again until autumn or even winter.He said: “I was just walking around because I am a little bit sad today because I am going to go to Italy very soon, so this is my last This Morning, until probably autumn or winter.”Phil made a playful jibe at him responding: “Thank god for that."Gino then continued: “Unless you two are going to come to the island of Sardinia and do something live there.“Do not panic, because I have so many beautiful things for you.”Gino has been a regular chef on This Morning for 13 years since his 2009 debut in the kitchen.The popular Italian meal maker has previously talked about how he feels it is important to have six months break every year to enjoy life.He explained: "I've been having six months off for the last eight to 10 years. I am a great believer that you need to have balance in life."If I work for six months, then I want to have a holiday for six months because my life cannot always be about work."He added: "I admire and respect people who have a lot of time for work.
'Not sure if I should help' Phillip Schofield shares behind scenes dilemma on This Morning
This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield gave fans a teaser for what was to come on the show today.Taking to Instagram, the talk show host addressed a dilemma with his followers, as he took a photo of the ITV show's latest guest in quite an extraordinary position. Phillip, 59, posted the bizarre update in view of his three million Instagram followers.Towards the start of the show, Phillip couldn't help but wonder if he should step in to help out his guest.Pictured was a woman dangling upside down, seemingly supported by a piece of fabric. The flexible guest had her legs wrapped around pieces of silk attached to what appeared to be some sort of metal frame. Next to the photo, Phillip wrote: “Not sure if I should rush in and help this guest!!!”There are forms of gymnastics, acrobatics, and dance that make use of aerial silks, which seemed to be what the woman in the picture was attempting.The practice of Aerial Silks involves two lengths of fabric rigged from the ceiling, where adventurous aerialists might attempt to climb and contort around the pieces of fabric, which help to build strength. On the show today, Phillip and his co-star Holly Willoughby, 41, also hosted a debate on gender neutral bathrooms, chatted to resident chef Gino D'Acampo and spoke to Strictly’s Craig Revel Horwood about his upcoming solo tour.
Gino D'Acampo reveals surprise at son Rocco he shares happy family celebration
Gino D'Acampo has taken to Instagram to celebrate a very special occasion.MORE: See 10 rare photos of chef Gino D'Acampo's three childrenThe celebrity chef – a proud father of three – proudly marked his son Rocco's birthday on Monday, as he opened up the family photo album.WATCH: Gino D'Acampo snaps at Holly Willoughby in awkward This Morning momentGino, 45, shared two photos, including one throwback image which showed him throwing his then-toddler up into the air as he stood in the sea. The second snapshot was taken more recently and shows father and son together in the kitchen.READ: Gino D'Acampo's troubled past led him to get married - detailsMORE: Gino D'Acampo's mountainous home with wife Jessica is the perfect family retreatHe wrote in the caption: "Happy Birthday to my boy @roccodacampo … I remember when I used to be able to throw you in the air, now, you're taller than me…!"A post shared by Gino D’Acampo (@iamginodacampo)Gino shared two family photos in celebration of Rocco's birthdayGino, 45, has been married to wife Jessica since 2002, and together they share three children – Luciano, 19, Rocco, 17, and eight-year-old daughter Mia.READ: Gino D'Acampo sets record straight about 'restaurant liquidation' and reveals exciting newsMORE: Gino D'Acampo shares photos of rarely seen family members In a recent interview with HELLO!, he spoke about his children and the fact that his eldest son has followed his footsteps into the professional kitchen.