Kerry Katona has called for better aftercare for guests on This Morning, following her infamous car crash interview in 2008.

Discussing on GB News the infamous interview with Phillip Schofield and Fern Britton, she has opened up about how she felt betrayed and "suicidal" during the backlash that followed.

Speaking from her bed whilst on tour, with her sleeping children by her side, the star opened up to her 816k fans on Instagram, wiping away tears as she did.

Emotionally she ripped into the "fake, phoney and false" This Morning team, calling out for an end to the "bullies and liars" and said that of all the drama that has happened during and after the event, she just wishes for considerate aftercare for guests.

Sadly, she continued: "I'm so tired, and so emotional. I've been through a lot."

One thing Kerry was keen to have her fans recognise was that she didn't take part in her GB News interview to attack Phillip personally. She said: "I didn't go on there to put Phillip down, it was more than that for me. People just didn't understand mental health at all."

The singer, 42, says she prays that things will change for the better going forward.

Her comments come at a time where many stars are stepping forward to declare how they feel about Phillip, following his admission to having an affair with a younger employee.

And Dr Ranj Singh recently spoke out about the "toxic culture" on the show.

The former This Morning star, who now works as a resident doctor at the BBC's Morning Live, 'complained about bullying' when he made his exit from the ITV show last year.

Dr Ranj had worked on the show since 2016 alongside Phillip and Holly, but it is now understood that when he left, he put a formal complaint in about a bully on the set.

It's not clear who he was accusing, but ITV bosses admit to looking into the issue.

Eamonn Holmes, 63, also hasn't held back from giving his views about Phillip and This Morning in a shocking TV interview. Like Dr Ranji, he also mentioned a toxic culture as well as being "tossed out of the door" by ITV, believing there was a "political element" to his unceremonious departure.

The chat with Dan Wootton also covered Eamon's claim that he was sacked from the show after 15 years, following comments he made about Covid-19 and its alleged link to the 5G network in April 2020.

After Eamon's comments, Ofcom released a statement which said: "In our view, the presenter's ambiguous comments were ill-judged, and risked undermining viewers' trust in advice from public authorities and scientific evidence.

"After taking into account the co-presenter's firm rejection of the claims earlier in the programme, the discussion being about 'fake news' and the presenter clarifying his comments on air the following day, we have decided to issue guidance to ITV and its presenters."


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