Theresa May will be appearing on This Morning next week to face Phillip Schofield.
The announcement was made just moments after Jeremy Corybn spoke about going head to head with the Prime Minister in a live TV debate on Thursday’s show.
The presenter did not look happy last week when Theresa May when he revealed that Theresa May had pulled out last minute from their interview.
Despite being embroiled in one of the toughest parts of her career, the Prime Minister has found some time to sit on the This Morning sofa.
But it seems she might get a bit of a tough time from Phillip, who still appears to be holding a grudge over her unexpected no-show.
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Theresa May will be on Monday’s show
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A teaser clip for May’s appearance revealed that she would be joining the presenter on Monday morning.
After the trailer finished, he said: "She’s promised this time she will turn up."
This Morning co-host Rochelle Humes added: "We do hope so."
Phillip will give her a good grilling
Phillip struggled to hide his fury last week when the Prime Minister failed to turn up to the show.
The presenter said that he was "sorry to disappoint viewers" but said that they had been told "all would become clear".
Revealing his frustration, he added: "But it hasn’t yet."
He said: "We were told this morning that all would become clear, it hasn’t yet. But obviously the reason she isn’t here today is to do with Brexit."
While he remained calm on the surface, Phillip couldn’t hide signs that he was secretly livid.
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This Morning viewers are hoping that he grills May just like he did to Corbyn.
One viewer said: "Phil better grill Theresa May as hard as he tried to do Corbyn or else we’re all boycotting his snapchat x"
Another added: "I wonder if Theresa May went on #ThisMorning if they would be this tough on her."
A third said: "I hope schofield shows the same energy for the prime minister."
This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10.30am
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