Philip Schofield Barely Contains Emotions At 10ft Mural Of His Face
If you've ever watched a home renovation show and secretly wondered what look someone would give when they're far from happy with the transformation, wonder no more. Phillip Schofield was lost for words on ITV's This Morning when a massive graffiti mural was unveiled at the Southbank Studios.
The faces of Phil and his co-host Holly Willoughby were plastered across a wall in bright colours, with their names on either side. Holly seemed to be pretty impressed with the work of art, but Phil seemed to be going through a whole range of emotions.
Check it out here:
Holly, along with co-hosts Rylan Clark-Neal and Alison Hammond, could be heard expressing how good they think it is; however Phil looked stunned, before eventually saying: 'I love that.' But his strained words were picked up by plenty of viewers, who reckon he didn't look too delighted by the wall.
Lol, you didnt fair to well in this Phil :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:
- angie allaway (@angieallaway) October 4, 2017
It looks like Phil has had BOTOX and ate liquorice
- chris (@chrisbaker345) October 4, 2017
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What's with the wide face on Phil? :joy::joy:
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One person on social media said: "You didn't fare too well in this, Phil," while another added: "It looks like Phil has had botox and ate liquorice."
But there were also plenty of people who called the artists 'talented', adding that the piece was 'absolutely stunning' and 'great'. It's claimed that street art can increase a property's value by a whopping £50,000 ($66,350). According to new research, nearly half of Britain wants to live in an area that has nice murals and street art, rather than a nice coffee shop.
Property expert Henry Pryor told House Beautiful: "Today, buyers are more likely to be drawn to areas where street art shows the vibrancy of the local community and indeed, there are people who will pay a premium to be a part of it.
"In fact, we are now seeing architects making space for bespoke alfresco artworks in their new projects and either commissioning one-off works or giving space to rotate works. Culture is a positive for prices and at best acts as a magnet pulling in buyers who admire and appreciate the styles."
But it would be interesting to see what would happen to property prices in a street with this lovely Schofield and Willoughby mural hanging around.
Before you head to your nearest hardware or art supplies store to pick up some spray cans, there are a few laws around graffiti work in the UK. Anyone caught spray painting somewhere without the property owner's permission can be fined or face time in jail. People under the age of 16 aren't even allowed to buy spray paint cans.
Sources: House Beautiful
Featured Image Credit: ITV/This Morning