Eamonn Holmes opens up on revenge and feuds with his enemies: 'They're dead to me'
Eamonn Holmes has addressed some of his co-star feuds as he opens up on revenge
GB presenter Eamonn Holmes told his co-star Isabel Webster that some of his enemies are “dead" to him” while chatting about his former feuds.
The Breakfast host said it "was good not to like people” while speaking about revenge as Isabel brought up making amends with Eamonn’s former co-star Anthea Turner.
Isabel asked viewers: "What do you think about all the topics we are covering?"
"We particularly want revenge stories," Eamonn added. "Revenge is it good, is it bad?"
Isabel butted in: "You talk a good game about this. You do, you talk a good game about it but actually, all the people in your life that you've had ding dongs with in the past, you're on great terms with now when I think about it?"
“No,” Eamonn responded before his co-host said: “No? Mostly.”
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"What like Anthea Turner?" Eamonn continued.
"Yeah," Isabel replied before adding: "Princess Tippy Toes."
"Prepared to forgive and forget," he said as Isabel pointed out: "You're quite good at getting over tiffs."
Eamonn went on to say before being cut off: "No, but there are other people who have got names who are dead to me whose names I can't..."
"Let's not go there," his co-host said shutting him down.
"That's the thing, once you cross...there are evil people. Let's face it there are evil people and in the fight against good or evil, which I am good. The only sort of enemy you want is a defeated enemy,” admitted Eamonn.
Previously Anthea and Eamonn had an off-screen feud following her exit from GMTV.
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