Phillip Schofield suffers an X-Rated injury during live TV segment on This Morning: Phillip Schofield interrupted the segment to reveal that he suffered an X-Rated injury [ITV]
As the show returned from a break, Holly Willoughby was seen holding on to new puppy Digby’s lead as she tried to train him to follow her instructions.
While Digby did what he was supposed to do, the presenters went through the rest of the show’s schedule.
But as they did so, a lot of movement could be heard in the background.
Despite everything looking normal when the cameras returned to the hosts, Phil began to introduce a new segment.
Phillip Schofield suffers an X-Rated injury during live TV segment on This Morning: The host revealed that the show’s pet puppy Digby got him in the ‘nads’ [ITV]
Phillip Schofield suffers an X-Rated injury during live TV segment on This Morning: Holly couldn’t contain her laughter as Phil made his confession [ITV]
“Now before all that, you may remember…”, he began before stopping and revealing that he suffered an injury caused by the show’s new pup.
“Do you know what? That puppy has just caught me in the nads,” the host confessed.
Unable to stifle her giggles, Holly admitted that she was aware of what happened as members of the studios cast and crew could be heard laughing.
Showing her concern for her co-host, Holly asked: “I noticed that. Are you ok?” and after a brief pause, the silver fox reassured everyone that he was ok.
Phillip Schofield suffers an X-Rated injury during live TV segment on This Morning: The TV presenter insisted that he was ok [ITV]
Finding Phil’s confession hilarious, one fan posted: “Not even 12noon and we have the quote of the day…nads ok Phillip? @Schofe #puppy #thismorning #nads.”
Another added: “‘That puppy just caught me in the nads’ brilliant! #ThisMorning.”
Despite the unexpected pause, Phil brought the show back in line by continuing with the planned segment about an update from Phil’s South African adventure.
Reminding viewers of his once in a lifetime trip, Phil revealed how he helped a team of conservationists who tranquillised and attached a tracker to a white rhino called Temba who they discovered was pregnant.”
Phillip Schofield suffers an X-Rated injury during live TV segment on This Morning: Phillip revealed that the white rhino he helped during his trip to South Africa has given birth [ITV]
The host then went on to reveal how Temba gave birth to a male rhino.
This Morning continues on ITV, weekdays from 10.30am.