This Morning's Phillip Schofield gets a fright from Alison Hammond in the middle of ghost break-up interview

Sam Warner
·2-min read
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Photo credit: ITV

From Digital Spy

This Morning has had its fair share of memorable guests, one of its longstanding regulars being Amethyst Realm.

In case you missed it, Amethyst has appeared on the ITV daytime show numerous times over the years, sharing updates on her relationship with spirit lover Ray.

However, in sad news, the guest revealed on today's (October 14) episode that the two had called their engagement off after Ray "completely changed" and "fell in with a bad crowd", suggesting that he'd started drinking and doing drugs.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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"He just started becoming very inconsiderate, he'd disappear for really long periods of time," she explained of a recent holiday together. "When he did come back he'd bring other spirits back to the house, they'd stay around for days."

Things started to get rather superstitious later on in the interview, however, after Amethyst's line froze live on air. While we'd suggest that it may just be the trials of the current Zoom age, Holly and Phil admitted it was "spooky".

That wasn't put to bed though when a crash sound was heard in the background of the studio, a shaken Phil exclaiming: "Are you joking?!"

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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Holly clarified immediately that it was just Alison Hammond, the latter joking: "I'm so sorry, I don't know how big I am. I was just sitting here!"

Thankfully, they then managed to get Amethyst back on the line, who admitted she was "happy, free and single", though wasn't put off having another relationship with a spirit.

Amazingly, the guest also revealed that ghosts also have to socially distance like humans in the current climate.

We do learn something every day, eh?

This Morning airs every weekday from 10am on ITV.

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