ITV bosses in talks amid request to sack Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield

itv This morning Bosses are reportedly in crisis talks over whether to scrap a segment that covers it queenlies in the state.

It comes amid a petition urging This Morning bosses to sack Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield after anger at the moderators “queue jump”.

An ITV source said: “This morning we are at a crossroads as to whether they will direct the segment of Holly and Phil from the Abbey – there has been much debate over how the footage should be broadcast, particularly given the terrible backlash.

“Everyone feels for Holly and Phil as they were just doing their job as working media, but the whole thing has turned into a Twitter storm – bosses are even unsure whether or not to direct it.”

ITV This Morning bosses make statement on Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield jumping the queue

This Morning presenters drew criticism from some on social media after appearing at Westminster Hall on Friday without attending the public queue.

ITV bosses have said in a statement on Instagram that their hosting duo took part in filming a segment to be aired during Tuesday’s show.

They said, “Hello everyone, we would like to clarify something. We asked Phillip and Holly to be part of a film for this Tuesday’s programme.

“They did not queue, VIP access or walk past the Queen in state – but were there in a professional capacity as part of the world media to cover the event.”

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