This Morning’s Alison Hammond was forced to apologize to viewers after her phone started ringing loudly during an emotional phone segment
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This Morning fans couldn’t take their eyes off when presenter Alison Hammond’s phone began to ring when a caller came in on an emotional call.
Alison was forced to apologize when her phone started ringing while caller Lily said she felt unsupported after giving birth to her newborn daughter seven weeks ago.
Lily told Aunt Deidre during This Morning’s agony during the segment that she had shunned friends and family and asked them not to come to her house because she felt “judged” after the birth. emergency surgery on his “pain”.
She said: ‘I tried to contact my midwife, and she was going to contact me with some charities, but I was discharged and didn’t hear back.
In the studio, Deidre replied: “You sound to me like you’re pretty depressed after giving birth.
“It was quite shocking to me that being discharged by a midwife means you are thrown out and you don’t have continuity of care. I think that’s terrible.
“Please contact your GP and say you feel quite left out and need some support.”
When Deidre was giving advice to the caller to Lily about the situation, Alison’s phone started ringing loudly, confusing her as she pulled it out of her pocket to quickly turn it off and said, “I’m so sorry everyone people. I’m so sorry. ”
At the end of the segment, Alison apologizes again, and co-host Dermot replies, “Don’t worry. It happens,” before he joked: “Never let it happen again. ”
This Morning fans couldn’t help but cringe after the caller malfunctioned and took to Twitter to comment on the moment, with one post: “Oh, Alison! Why don’t you put your phone on silent mode? ”
Another tweeted: “I was thinking that turning off your phone during a presentation wouldn’t be a MIRACLE.”
The third part chimes in: “Classic Alison Hammond – phone rings when phone is in serious mode,” along with a half-joking emoji.
Another social media user wrote: “How does Alison not know to put his phone on silent mode? Like TV show 101.”
Another wrote: “Alison and her perfect timing,” along with a string of laughing emojis as another said: “Alison’s phone ringing is a complete Alisonism.”
Another posted: “Klaxon is not professional,” as a second wrote: “Turn that phone off Alison.”
Elsewhere on the show, The Morning viewers were baffled when the ITV daytime program appeared to switch the filter to broadcast for the Peaky Blinders segment, prompting many to tune in to their TVs.
When the show returned from a commercial hiatus, co-hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary had become dull with a faded filter.
Dermot and Alison revolved around a Peaky Blinders fashion segment on the show, and while they were busy reviewing clothing, fans were left baffled as none of those present referenced the color change. sharp.
This Morning airs at 10 a.m. weekdays on ITV and ITV Hub.
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