Eamonn Holmes shares excitement at returning to GB News Breakfast TOMORROW - 'All I need is you to be there'

The GB News Breakfast host is due to once again be live on air after being forced to take a four month break from the channel to recover from a major back operation

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Eamonn Holmes has shared his excitement at getting back to work and joining his co-presenter Isabel Webster on GB News Breakfast.

The GB News Breakfast host is due to once again be live on air from next week after being forced to take a four month break from the channel to recover from a major back operation.

Announcing the news, Eamonn's co-presenter Isabel Webster said: "He's the king of breakfast TV, and he's back and returning to his throne.

"Set your alarms, Eamonn Holmes back on GB News Breakfast from the 9th of January at 6am."

The 64-year-old underwent an operation due to living in constant pain.

Taking to Twitter, the broadcasting legend shared a video in which he said: “Hello there, everybody. Just to say, after nearly four months away off the telly, I'm back tomorrow. Sounds like a threat, doesn't it?

“You may or may not be aware of what happened to me. I got some back surgery, I’ve had discs problems for a year and a half or so, and then got some back surgery, which affected one of my legs, which led to me falling downstairs, led to me breaking my shoulder.

“So I had a leg that didn't work and a shoulder that didn't work, and lots of other things in between.

“But here I am. I feel that there are only so many boxsets that I can watch or recommend to you, and I'm not better, but I'm better than I was.

The GB News Breakfast host is due to once again be live on air from next week after being forced to take a four month break from the channel to recover from a major back operation.
The GB News Breakfast host is due to once again be live on air from next week after being forced to take a four month break from the channel to recover from a major back operation.

“And I've decided to make an attempt to go back to work on GB News from tomorrow on the basis that work, hopefully will heal me.

“Any of you who are long term sick or in any way convalescing, particularly at home, will know that there's a lot of frustration involved in it.

“And for me, I think I'm going to give it a go, be back to work, and hopefully get better as a result of doing day to day things. Now, on a day to day basis, all I need is you to be there.

“GB News with Isabel from tomorrow from 6am through to 9:30am. Hope you can join me.”

Breakfast with Eamonn and Isabel will be live from 6am tomorrow, only on GB News.