Eamonn Holmes says that the word “Belfast” appears in it because of “bullying from the entourage of celebrities” –

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Eamonn Holmes said the television industry is “creating monsters” by “bullying” celebrities.

He said a “Belfast boy” would walk out if any member of his team was disgusted with anyone.

Speaking to The Guardian, Eamonn said: “There have been a few moments in my career when a man from Belfast has appeared to me. The television industry is good and civil, but it also creates monsters.

“I’ve been watching climate change for years and a lot of bullying perpetrated by celebrities. I’m fine as long as someone disgusts my team, so I won’t back down from the fight.

“For years, I’ve had guests ask them to paint dressing rooms a certain color, or remove plastic, in just 15 minutes.

He added, “Once an American actor walked into the studio for an interview. Suddenly his PR representative said to a researcher, ‘Oh, is there a sofa?'” “My client can’t sit on this sofa.”

PR replied: “I am not.” And I said, Well, then.

“I turned to the actor and asked him what was going on. He told me he was worried about the sofa because he’s allergic to most fabrics. I said, ‘Well, what are you not allergic to?’ Tell me about underwear. Do you know what this is? Sit on the sofa.”

“It’s not just linen, it’s Ulster linen. I fly from Zion Mills in Northern Ireland. Sign it up and we’ll start streaming in 45 seconds and we can talk about your new Netflix series.”

“Of course, I had no idea what kind of cloth it was. But it didn’t break nettles, right?”

Source: Belfastlive

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