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John Torode explains why he seemed to ignore Holly and Phil's fire warning on This Morning
This Morning.The fire alarm started and John appeared to ignore Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield's fire warnings.The MasterChef judge has spoken exclusively to Express.co.uk about what actually happened in his North London home.John was recreating a McDonalds McMuffin in April 2020 at his home and was appearing on This Morning via video call.As John began to toast the muffins he failed to notice a tea towel left on the hob had set alight.Phillip and Holly frantically tried to warn John but his cries were left unheard as the flames got bigger.Luckily, John finally spotted the fire and dealt with it very professionally as his alarm began to ring in the house.Speaking about the incident, John told Express.co.uk: "So, you know I got distracted and what happened was I preheated the frying pan on the back stove to make sure it was hot because I was cooking in front of the camera on a little tiny portable stove."So I had just forgotten I had left the flame on, and of course I dropped the tea towel and because there is a delay of three seconds of whatever in case somebody swears on TV and they need to cut it out."So, you know three seconds is actually a pretty long time so I didn’t hear what Phillip and Holly were telling me."Detailing what happened after the cameras stopped rolling, he said: "But I think we handled it quite well. I got the tea towel off and I've got it outside over the door."The fire alarm went off in the house and showed the fire alarm works, which I'm sure they’re very happy about."And it all ends up well.
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This Morning's Martin Lewis thumps desk in frustration as he rages over energy increases
Martin Lewis showcased his frustrations as he thumped the desk in front of him while raging about the energy increase crisis in the UK on This Morning.The money saving expert, 49, explained to ITV hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on Thursday's episode that the average household could expect to shell out an additional £700 per year to fund rising energy costs.He warned that fees were also expected to go up by another 25 percent in October 2022 - which would leave families struggling to heat their homes in the winter months.The finance guru became frustrated that he "didn't have the answers", telling the programme's presenters that he often felt as though he had been hitting his head against a brick wall.During his lengthy rant, Martin slammed his hand down on the desk, indicating his frustration at the ongoing situation.Martin explained: "So we know it's going up in October, the exact rate we don't know."And what I really want them to do [government] because you have to look at the mental health as well as well as the physical health."He added: "If people don't have enough money to eat or to heat their homes that is a real problem but equally the panic and anxiety, I would challenge any politician to have my mail back."It is desperate, I sit with my head in my hands at my desk time and time again and I read a message in frustration that I don't have an answer"The money saving expert added: "Because when you're on the lowest income the help out there is not enough, there is no way to balance your books."I've talked to the chief executive of Citizens Advice and we had a moan fest together saying 'all these tools we've got are predicated on people being able to reduce their expenditure below their income' but
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BBC Celebrity Mastermind: Natalie Anderson's 13 year marriage to husband and forgotten past on Pop Idol
READ MORE: Inside the luxury Turkish hideout where a London terrorist was caught in a raid Video: ITV Starstruck - Team Olly perform 'Dance with Me Tonight' (MyLondon)Footage Appears To Show A Distracted Couple Rear-ending A Stationary CarAlison Hammond explains Dermot O'Leary's absence on ITV This MorningMartin Lewis on whether an energy fix is now advisableHolly Willoughby announces This Morning presenter shakeupO2 Arena roof in shreds after Storm EuniceMorning forecast for 25 Feb: Icy patches first thing but plenty of 'sunny spells' to comeITV Good Morning Britain's Richard Gaisford scrambles to put on protective equipment as air raid siren sounds during live broadcastThe Apprentice preview: 'Harpreet makes Gordon Ramsay look soft', Karren saysCamden Man Becomes Local Celebrity Cycling Around London With Super Cute Cat On His BikeQueues of cars leaving Kyiv as Putin launches war on Ukraine'President Putin has unleashed war in our European continent' - Boris Johnson's sends message to British people as Russia invades UkraineIn full: Boris Johnson statement to the nation after Russia invades UkraineHolly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield opens ITV This Morning on February 24Reflecting on the experience on a Lorraine interview with Christine Lampard, Natalie said she found it funny to look back on her audition. Christine declared that Natalie hadn't changed "one bit", the TV star and mum of one insisted that she had.
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Dancing On Ice's most mind-blowing exits - 'rule break', backstage row and pro axe
Dancing On Ice is often way more dramatic than producers anticipate for, and the 2022 series is no different.Fans were left fuming when Love Island's Liberty Poole was eliminated last week (February 13) after a shocking fall on the ice.And Ben Foden's wife was adamant the show was "pointless" after her man became the first to be voted off the show back in January.But over the years, contestants have had backstage drama which has seen them quit the show without facing the public vote.Here, as viewers get excited for Musicals Week on Dancing On Ice, Daily Star takes a look at the ITV show's most shocking exits.Back in 2018, Hollyoaks actress Stephanie Waring became the second celebrity to be voted off after a skate-off against singer Lemar, who stumbled during his routine.And it seems her emotions got the better of her as she burst into tears as she spoke to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield afterwards.She had scored just 17 points for her skate, alongside pro Sylvain Longchambon, and said she'd "done it better in rehearsals".As she spoke through her tears, Stephanie said: "Do you know what I've had the most amazing time."I'm really proud of myself for what I've done."Sylvain later slammed the judges, claiming they broke the rules by saving Lemar when he had a stumble.He told The Sun: "The rules are if there’s a stumble in the skate off then if the other couple skate well then they should be out. That is the rule of the skate off.“This happened five years ago with Pamela Anderson.
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