Phillip Schofield Shares Drunken Video Just Hours Before Interviewing Boris Johnson
Schofield was just getting into his house after the This Morning Christmas party when he filmed the footage, which shows the TV presenter raiding the fridge to grab of a block of cheese before gleefully eating it.
Whether or not that puts him in a decent position or not to hold the Prime Minister to account is anyone's guess.
Either way, it seems as if the party was at least a bit of a laugh, which is more than anyone can say for the election.
In the footage, which Schofield shared on Snapchat, he said: "That was a very, very heavy This Morning Christmas party. I make no apologies for my condition.
"I would like to now have cheese, that is what I want to have. I am going to have cheese. It is very good. I am almost happy."
To be fair, it's well documented that Schofield can put it away. It seemed as if this was just another in a line of long sessions that the veteran TV presenter has managed to bounce back from.
Everyone knows about the morning after the TV awards, right?
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In an earlier clip of the fateful night, he told his fans: "We might have had the This Morning Christmas party, we might have drunk a bit. I have no idea where were are walking."
That's before they even arrived at a place, let's hope the bouncers actually let him in.
Perhaps unusually, his normal drinking buddy and co-conspirator Holly Willoughby didn't feature in any of the videos after the meal.
She was off to record The Jonathan Ross Show later that evening, so couldn't join them out on the lash.
Anyway, they eventually made it to the studio this morning and interviewed the PM.
In fact, Phil had a few probing questions for Johnson, particularly about whether the Conservative leader plans to sell the NHS to Donald Trump's USA.
Phil had Boris squirming when he probed him on his party's healthcare plans, as well as mental health provision in the UK.
If only we had more half-cut daytime TV presenters scrutinising and holding our politicians to account, eh?
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