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Now a simmering feud with Amanda Holden. ALISON BOSHOFF asks: Is Phillip Schofield really Mr Nasty?

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By Alison Boshoff for the Daily Mail. Pull up a chair and make sure you are sitting comfortably, because even by the toxic standards of daytime television, this is a ding-dong of a feud. And the whole ruckus between two of its stars couldn't be more embarrassing for ITV.

The rather unseemly — if delicious — row began when Phillip was said to have fallen out with Amanda last year. In one corner is Phillip Schofield right. However Phillip then apparently made it clear that he'd rather work with someone else. News of the fall-out first emerged a few weeks later, when Amanda was a guest on This Morning and took him to task over the issue during a commercial break — while her microphone was still on. Despite reports which suggested she had ticked him off ferociously, she said no more about it, and there you might imagine this fall-out might end.

But, taking the microphone on her first day at Heart FM earlier this month, Amanda said that three things she wouldn't like in her house were: 'spiders, flies and Phillip Schofield' — and the whole thing started up anew. This weekend, the row flared again with 'friends' of Holden saying how 'betrayed' she had felt at the time, as she had been told by executives over lunch that the temporary job was hers only to have it scuppered by his, she says, intervention.

It is claimed he wanted — and got — pop singer-turned-tv presenter Rochelle Humes in the end. These indiscreet friends of Holden said that she had gone so far as to raise the issue with ITV boss Kevin Lygo, and unnamed sources painted a picture of Schofield which was unflattering to say the least. Fellow TV presenters Eamonn Holmes and wife Ruth Langsford were previously said to have been 'vocal' about his behaviour also though neither of them wish to say a word now.

The word 'toxic' was used. It was noted that the ever-ambitious Schofield had actually wanted Holly's job standing in on I'm A Celebrity himself, but that bosses had preferred Holly to him. In the face of all this criticism Schofield, who has risen from being the sidekick of Gordon the Gopher on children's TV to become one of the most successful faces on the box, decided to break with the protocol which dictates you never publicly criticise a professional colleague.

On Sunday night, he wrote on Twitter: 'The end of another really sad weekend. When you try for 35 years to be the easiest, most fun person to work with and you read such hurtful and wildly untrue stories from nameless 'sources'. Obviously I'll take it on the chin I just hope you know me better.

Undaunted by his tone of sorrowful reproof, Amanda Holden let slip on her Heart FM breakfast show yesterday morning that she had asked him for a coffee — and he hadn't even said 'No thanks'. She said: 'I did offer to meet him for a coffee months ago, he didn't reply to my text.

What can I say? Their comments came as This Morning guest presenter Sophie Prescott called for Amanda to be sacked over the rumours. She hosted a craft segment on the show last October for Halloween and claimed she found Amanda difficult to work with, adding she was 'controlling, selfish and difficult'.

She evidently feels she can throw her weight around a bit and isn't scared of push-back from her nemesis on the same network. The question now is whether there's a bit of a different side to Phil, Agent Jon Roseman, who looked after Schofield's first This Morning partner Fern Britton, tells me despite his squeaky image, he has a reputation as an 'arch manipulator'.

Fern quit the show after discovering that he was being paid around three times as much as she was. Their comments came as This Morning guest presenter Sophie Prescott pictured called for Amanda to be sacked over the rumours.

They were colleagues on the show from to Roseman said: 'From day one he began to interfere with the editorial content of the show. Fern always left it to the editor, a mistake she attempted to rectify, but too late.

After this friendship, all bets were off In truth, Schofield has ruffled plenty of feathers over his career. There are whispers — which he denies — that he is jealous of This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby, who is earning millions from advertising endorsements and has almost twice as many followers as he does on social media.

Clearly there are sensitivities in play as his management demanded and got a written apology after a magazine ran a story on them both, with the headline saying Holly had 'eclipsed him'. Veteran TV agent Mike Hollingsworth said: 'I can remember several occasions when clients of mine were booked to appear and stood down. I was told privately Phillip Schofield had a veto on the guests if he didn't like them. It got so bad I insisted on being guaranteed the whole fee even if they were stood down, which led to a standoff and lawyers getting involved.

Frosty: Sophie and Amanda worked together on a Halloween show last year, but Sophie said Amanda should be 'yellow-carded' and sacked from ITV for her behaviour. It can also be revealed that he is among a number of celebrities who have invested in Ingenious, the controversial tax deferral scheme.

The scheme was an opportunity for him and over 1, other wealthy individuals to put money into film financing and then claim tax relief.

But in June a tax tribunal ruled that these incentives were not allowable deductions. David Beckham didn't get a knighthood in because his investment in Ingenious was a 'red flag' from HMRC to the honours committee. He is, though, a very wealthy man. Schofield right has ruffled plenty of feathers over his career. There are whispers — which he denies — that he is jealous of This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby left , who is earning millions from advertising endorsements and has almost twice as many followers as he does on social media.

Phillip Bryan Schofield has always believed telly stardom was his destiny. He sent in his first job application to the BBC when he was ten years old, and by the time he was 17 had sent in more. He would type them in a bid to disguise his young age. His bedroom was turned into a studio, with spotlights and a stage, and younger brother Tim was incessantly interviewed about every aspect of his life.

Schofield once joked that little Tim's first words were: 'No comment. While other children dreamed of being astronauts or train drivers, he only ever wanted to be on TV. At bedtime he would 'sign off' into his mirror. He said: 'My parents must have thought I was crazy but they were amazingly tolerant.

Apart from a moment in infants' school when I thought I wanted to become a grave-digger, I never had a thought about pursuing another career. Father Brian was a French-polisher and his mother worked in a care home for the elderly. For most of his childhood they lived in Cornwall. Aged 17, he got himself a job at the BBC as a bookings clerk, but soon afterwards his parents decided to emigrate to New Zealand.

He decided he 'couldn't do' without them, following them to the other side of the world and launching himself there instead. By the end of a four-year period there, he had his own radio programme, a television series, and presented the New Zealand music awards. When he returned he started doing links for children's shows — notable in that they were transmitted from what appeared to be a BBC broom cupboard — before moving onto the channel's Saturday morning flagship youth programme, Going Live in At one point he received fan letters a week, chiefly from love-lorn teenage girls.

He told an interviewer at the time: 'Sometimes when these youngsters have been waiting outside for me, for hours in the cold, it would be so easy to give them a lift to the Tube or whatever. But I can't. It would only take one of them to make up some cock-and-bull story for a Sunday tabloid and that would be a disaster.

When they hang around places waiting for me I wonder if their parents really know where they are. I have to be very careful. By now, his career was being guided by Peter Powell and James Grant management — to whom he has remained loyal ever since. Powell and Schofield have been lifelong friends, along with showbusiness agent Russ Lindsay, whose late wife was former Blue Peter presenter Caron Keating.

Happier: Things appeared to be much more friendly when Sophie worked with Holly and Phil. They formed the 'Chiswick mafia' of young media friends, and would go out and party. He said: 'It wasn't a case of hiding it. I did the same as everybody else. I was a lad; we partied a bit, but I didn't hide anything. It's just that nobody bothered to look in the right place. I never got into drugs, because I wasn't very good at it.

Everybody knew us and nobody was bothered, and nobody would tell. He began dating Stephanie Lowe, a production assistant, when he was 25 and they married in For someone who had never acted professionally, and had barely sung, it was a bold risk. He ended up touring with the show for three years.

At this time, he developed a fondness for gambling. In an interview in he said: 'I adore roulette. I love it, but it's something I can control. These were fallow years, with a role in a gameshow, Talking Telephone Numbers. Daughter Molly was born when he was 31, followed by Ruby two years later. It was , when he was 40, that Schofield finally hit the big time after This Morning presenter John Leslie was sacked.

Schofield, who had been on the rota of presenters who filled in on Fridays, was given the job. Fern Britton was already in the chair, and viewers were convinced that they had natural chemistry.

She appeared, if anything, to be the senior figure on the show. However in March she surprised many by announcing she would be moving on in order to spend time with her family. Her then-agent Jon Roseman said: 'What he wanted, and it was vital to his ego, was to have parity with Fern's fees, but the budget couldn't handle such an increase. He cut a golden deal with the Network Centre.

Given a bunch of other shows his deal was amortised over all the shows and thus didn't break the This Morning budget, but he had the satisfaction of knowing he was now better paid than Fern. It's no surprise they are no longer speak. Phil told Heat magazine: 'We were involved in the show and mates at the time, but we don't really The appointment of Holly Willoughby as Fern's replacement was, reportedly, at his suggestion.

He had enjoyed working with her on Dancing On Ice and they are by all accounts close friends now as well as good colleagues.

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By Alison Boshoff for the Daily Mail. Pull up a chair and make sure you are sitting comfortably, because even by the toxic standards of daytime television, this is a ding-dong of a feud. And the whole ruckus between two of its stars couldn't be more embarrassing for ITV.

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Jun 24, - Is 'TV nice guy' Phillip Schofield really Mr Nasty? ALISON Pull up a chair and make sure you are sitting comfortably, because even by the toxic Holden, 48, is tremendously valuable to ITV as a long-standing judge on their.

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