Before moving to GB News next week, Eamonn Holmes shared his concerns about the early launches – and Ms. Ruth Langsford also reveals why she won’t be joining him on his new channel
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Revealed how he’s struggling with insomnia, Eamonn Holmes vows to get more kip as he prepares to host a new breakfast show.
Eamonn, 62, will join GB News Tuesday after appearing regularly on ITV’s This Morning for 15 years.
Before that, he hosted the breakfast show GMTV from ITV from 1993 to 2005 and Sunrise from Sky News from 2005 to 2016.
Eamonn said, “Early starts take their toll. Evenings can be a little more difficult. My great fear of what lies ahead is insomnia and what will feel like a ‘hangover’ the next day.
“When I was 26, I had more than a couple of breakfast TVs.
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“My big New Years resolution is to overcome sleep. I am determined to treat myself with more kindness this time around and try to stick to a routine that will ensure I get enough rest and relaxation, fine eat and move more and feel ready for the challenges ahead.
“‘Project sleep’ will be my priority.”
Mrs. Ruth Langsford added to Best that she was not tempted to join him early on.
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She said, “Respect to Eamonn for answering alarm calls until 3am, but I honestly know it would kill me. One of the early start arts is keeping viewers safe and comfortable.
“I would fall at the first hurdle. I need my sleep too much.
Holmes is the latest addition to the young broadcaster GB News, which joins former Sky anchor Colin Brazier and former Labor MP Gloria De Piero.
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