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Voices: Desperate, destroyed: Has Phillip Schofield’s ‘mea culpa’ interview made things better or worse?

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Philip Schofield has spent 41 years in front of television cameras, but this was a very different form of overexposure. Distraught and exhausted, his voice little more than a strained, timid croak, the disgraced former This Morning host told the BBC’s Amol Rajan of the “catastrophic effect” that the “avalanche” of newspaper stories and social media speculation about his relationship with a younger male colleague has had on his mental state in a televised interview. “Do you … do you want me to die?”, he said sitting in a plush but drab living room that felt light years from the brightly lit ITV settee he and Holly Willoughby sat on for 14 years, his eyes looking straight to camera. “Because that’s where I am.

I have lost everything. My girls saved my life. They said last week they haven’t left me for a moment. They’ve been by my side every moment because they’re scared to let me out of their sight. “And they said to me: don’t you dare do this on our watch, we’re supposed to be looking after you — and if my girls hadn’t been there I wouldn’t be here.

Because I don’t see a future. And so how much do you want a man to take? And are you truly only happy when he’s dead? And this is how Caroline Flack felt.

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