‘Get him out of here!’ Dermot O’Leary runs off after breaking social distancing rules

This Morning: Alison Hammond reacts to Dermot touching her

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Dermot O’Leary and Alison Hammond were talking about the latest This Morning competition which gave viewers the chance to have Alison visit them in their garden. As Dermot shared his excitement over the upcoming segment, he forgot about social distancing and reached out to touch his co-stars arm before recoiling in shock at what he’d done.

“You better do your head spin thing that you were doing on Dosh on Your Doorstep last week, I loved that,” Dermot exclaimed.

Alison laughed: “What? You want the Dutty wine?”

“Yes I want your Dutty wine,” Dermot shouted as he reached out and touched Alison’s arm.

“Agh we’re not allowed to touch! I’m sorry I couldn’t help it.”

Holding her hand out, Alison begged: “Can I have some sanitiser? He’s just touched me!”

“It was the Dutty wine,” Dermot tried to explain. “It was the Dutty wine.”

As Alison joked she’d put her hand in her tea to sanitise it, Dermot exclaimed “hang on,” before running off set.

“Get him out of here!” Alison shouted. “Listen, still to come we chat to Rochelle about her new documentary that’s very close to her heart.”

This Morning: Dermot interrupts clashing guests

Dermot reappeared with a bottle of hand sanitiser and as they used it, Alison warned: “Don’t touch me again alright.”

Earlier in the show, Dermot had to step in to calm down a debate over whether vaccine passports should be a requirement to go into pubs and other areas of hospitality.

As guest Beverley Turner and Matthew Wright argued, Dermot stepped in to stop them clashing as he joked he wished they’d been in the studio.

During This Morning’s View segment, Matthew argued: “I think it would benefit the hospitality industry far more than just reducing all the restrictions we had in the past.”

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“We can do that anyway Matthew! We can do that anyway,” Beverley hit back.

“If we have vaccinated the most vulnerable, we are talking about this wave from Europe that’s going to come over here with mutations, the wave in Europe is the Kent virus, we gave that to them.

“We don’t need to worry about it coming back here to reinfect us.

“We should have allowed all of the young people last summer to build a herd immunity so that they would be protected now.”

“Herd immunity without vaccination is the strongest survive,” Matthew shouted.

“You are literally saying, ‘Let weak people die.’”

Stepping in, Dermot joked: “This is one of those moments where I really wish you were both on the couch so we could interrupt.”

This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10am.

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