Katie Price hits out at 'two-faced and horrible' Phillip Schofield
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In a furious rant, Katie Price has out at former This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield, describing him as 'two-faced and horrible'.
Schofield, 61, left the ITV daytime programme earlier this year after an apparent feud with former pal Holly Willoughby, and left ITV altogether shortly after admitting to having an affair with a younger male colleague.
Since then, many have come out and taken aim at Schofield, with the likes of Eamonn Holmes and Carol McGiffin not being his biggest fans.
She began the live by saying: "Phillip Schofield didn’t like me," before adding: "There are a lot of people in this industry that are two-faced, who are manufactured to be nice on camera when really they are a**holes.
"I remember I have been around in this industry since I was 17, I have seen pop bands, girl bands, models, you name it, come and go."
She continued: "I have met literally probably everyone and there are lots of two-faced, horrible people out there, who aren’t real but at least I am genuine, what you see is what you get, literally."
The rant comes just a matter of days after Price had harsh words to say about Schofield's former pal Holly Willoughby.
While the media personality conceded her ex Peter Andre gets on with Willoughby, Price is certainly not in the same camp.
"Holly Willoughby? I think she’s good friends with [Peter Andre]," Price told her fans.
She continued: "That’s why she doesn’t like me, must be. A lot of people are, as they say, ‘Team Pete’. But who cares? I haven’t been married to the man for years."
Since Schofield left This Morning earlier this year, ITV has yet to announce his permanent replacement.
The likes of Dermot O'Leary, Josie Gibson and Craig Doyle have joined Willoughby on the This Morning sofa.
But fans have settled on exactly who they want to join the roster and take over Schofield's position on a more permanent basis.
Not only have the die-hard fans of the show pointed to who their favourite co-host is, but they've also claimed they'll boycott the show altogether if they don't see Doyle, 52, featuring on the sofa full-time.
One Twitter user posted: "Craig Doyle establishing in cement his credentials to replace Phil 100%."
Meanwhile, a second pleaded to producers: "This Morning has got to make Craig Doyle the permanent host, he is lovely, great personality and complements Holly Willoughby on the sofa, fits in with the team like a glove."