Eamonn Holmes teases new BBC project in move away from This Morning

This Morning's Eamonn Holmes left red-faced after phone rings live on air

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Eamonn Holmes has fronted ITV’s This Morning for over 15 years alongside his wife Ruth Langsford after joining the show in 2005. The broadcaster took to Instagram and shared some exciting news.

The 61-year-old revealed he had joined the BBC for a new project in a candid post.

The ITV favourite shared a photo of himself tucked away in a booth as he dished on his new move.

In view of his 744,000 followers, Eamonn did not reveal exactly what he would be doing for the Beeb but confirmed his fans will not have long to wait.

He penned: “Me in my voice over booth for a new BBC project coming your way at the end of the month.”

His comment section was swiftly inundated with comments, as fans praised the presenter.

One wrote: “Could listen to that voice all day long. Good luck.”

Another penned: “Looking forward to hearing what this one is!”

“Can’t wait!” a third remarked.

Others gushed over Eamonn’s “fresh appearance” after he attended the National Television Awards last night.

One quizzed: “How on earth do you look so fresh this morning?”

“Up already! Thought you would have had a sleep in as you was out last night! Lol,” another remarked.

A fourth added: “You are looking good @eamonnholmes! Very slim.”


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It comes after Eamonn took to the stage at the National Television Awards after This Morning scooped the award for Best Daytime show.

He was joined by his wife Ruth and fellow co-stars Holly Willoughby and Phil Schofield to accept their trophy.

Eamonn’s new BBC gig comes after the presenter was replaced Friday’s slot of This Morning by presenters Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary.

While he and Ruth are still very much a part of the programme, the pair will only present the daytime show during school breaks.

The married couple took over from Holly and Phillip’s presenting duties during the summer break.

Meanwhile, Eamonn recently announced his desire to return home to Northern Ireland.

“I miss Belfast a lot. When I’m busy it’s harder to miss it because I’m engrossed in what I’m doing, but when I stop it hits me,” he told Belfast Live.

“When I’m home, I’m always with my friends and brothers, and my mum who’s 92.”

The This Morning host resides in Surrey, England with his other half Ruth and their son Jack.

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