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This Morning's Gino D'Acampo makes dig at Holly Willoughby's 'Flinstone' outfit

Gino D'Acampo made his This Morning return and was back with a bang as he called out Holly Willoughby for looking like a Flintstone.The cheeky Italian chef has been on a lengthy break from appearing on TV as he spent the summer abroad enjoying himself and relaxing.However, his time off is now over and his return to work on Thursday's (September 29) instalment of the hit ITV daytime show saw him taking the reins at the start of the show as his colleagues celebrated him being back.READ MORE: This Morning chaos as fans fume to Ofcom over Holly and Phil's 'queue jump' apologyGino, 46, was joined by regular hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby from the kitchen in the This Morning studio at the start of the show as he took up their usual place on the sofa.As the pair headed over to join him he made note of Holly's glamorous outfit – and drew comparisons between her and cartoon character Wilma Flintstone.Wearing a leopard print mini shirt dress Holly, 41, teamed her frock with black skyscraper heels and flashed her legs to the viewers.She wore her trademark blonde hair in a sleek down style, flowing over her shoulders and added a dash of red lipstick to complete the glamorous look.Quick to notice the bold style, Gino didn't hold back as he blurted out his opinion on the outfit.He said: "Hello Wilma, yabba dabba doo, why are you dressed like a Flintstone? Where is the bone?"Holly laughed the comments off as she and Phil ushered Gino away so they could get on with hosting the show, but Gino didn't go quietly.He continued: "We will talk about why you look like a Flintstone later, you look beautiful like a Flintstone."Luckily for Holly fashion expert Gok Wan was on hand to give her his opinion on her attire as they teased
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This Morning's Gino D'Acampo makes dig at Holly Willoughby's 'Flinstone' outfit
Gino D'Acampo made his This Morning return and was back with a bang as he called out Holly Willoughby for looking like a Flintstone.The cheeky Italian chef has been on a lengthy break from appearing on TV as he spent the summer abroad enjoying himself and relaxing.However, his time off is now over and his return to work on Thursday's (September 29) instalment of the hit ITV daytime show saw him taking the reins at the start of the show as his colleagues celebrated him being back.READ MORE: This Morning chaos as fans fume to Ofcom over Holly and Phil's 'queue jump' apologyGino, 46, was joined by regular hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby from the kitchen in the This Morning studio at the start of the show as he took up their usual place on the sofa.As the pair headed over to join him he made note of Holly's glamorous outfit – and drew comparisons between her and cartoon character Wilma Flintstone.Wearing a leopard print mini shirt dress Holly, 41, teamed her frock with black skyscraper heels and flashed her legs to the viewers.She wore her trademark blonde hair in a sleek down style, flowing over her shoulders and added a dash of red lipstick to complete the glamorous look.Quick to notice the bold style, Gino didn't hold back as he blurted out his opinion on the outfit.He said: "Hello Wilma, yabba dabba doo, why are you dressed like a Flintstone? Where is the bone?"Holly laughed the comments off as she and Phil ushered Gino away so they could get on with hosting the show, but Gino didn't go quietly.He continued: "We will talk about why you look like a Flintstone later, you look beautiful like a Flintstone."Luckily for Holly fashion expert Gok Wan was on hand to give her his opinion on her attire as they teased
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Dick and Dom share ghost encounter amid fall-out with Kerry Katona and daughter
Kerry Katona and her daughter On the podcast, Dominic “Dom” Wood, 44, explained: “Some people when they got voted off or they got a vote against them, they got genuinely upset about it, but we’ve been in the business so long that we just didn’t care – it's just telly!”He said that, although they were “lovely people”, they decided to vote Katona, 42, and her daughter, Lilly, to go and stay in the haunted tower by themselves. READ MORE: Former I'm A Celebrity winner Kerry Katona 'turns down' show's All Stars spin-off series “We had to nominate a couple to stay in the haunted tower literally on their own all night with the most haunted doll in the UK while we went back to our nice hotel with room service and breakfast.”The two women were not happy with the presenter duo’s decision.Katona reportedly told them: “I’m not speaking to you!”He explained that voting others off the show can be “a little bit awkward” as they must stay on the coach with them afterwards.They went on to discuss with Jack what their experience during filming, which took place in the “most haunted mansion” in the UK, was like.Richard “Dick” McCourt, 46, said: “[There were] these random people from this ghost hunting company… They had one of these EMF machines and they started doing the Lord's prayer to it backwards.”Both presenters had moments of fear during the programme.Dick explained that the ghost hunters had a temperature gauge, saying: “They said: ‘The Devil will bring that down to 66.6 degrees.’”He said that, although at first he was sceptical, as the temperature started to drop, in the end, he said: “I was like, ‘Right, f**k this, Cya!’”Dom said that when getting ready for bed one night, he noticed three scratches, which Dick explained were
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