Alison Hammond calls out Dermot OLeary in their first on-air tiff – Daily Mail

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Alison Hammond exposed Dermot O’Leary for failing to watch her social media videos during their ‘first tiff’ live on-air on Tuesday. 

Ahead of This Morning’s travel segment, the Birmingham native, 46, called out her co-host, 48, for getting ‘bored’ of her clips before questioning: ‘Have you not got a minute of my time?’ 

The quarrel comes after ITV production sent Alison to Madeira to film a segment on the Portugese island amid an ease in travel restrictions. 

Bicker: Alison Hammond exposed Dermot O'Leary for failing to watch her social media videos during their 'first tiff' live on-air on Tuesday

Bicker: Alison Hammond exposed Dermot O'Leary for failing to watch her social media videos during their 'first tiff' live on-air on Tuesday

Bicker: Alison Hammond exposed Dermot O’Leary for failing to watch her social media videos during their ‘first tiff’ live on-air on Tuesday

She shared a video for Dermot to watch on the way back from the trip, in which she told the cabin crew she was Covid-19 negative, and captioned on Twitter: ‘When you sneeze out loud !!’

However, it failed to grasp his attention as she said on the show: ‘I know for a fact you didn’t watch the video to know that I didn’t sneeze,’ referring to the clip.

Shifting her gaze towards the camera, she remarked: ‘He always watches my videos but he doesn’t watch until the end because he gets bored.’

‘I watch the first five seconds so I get the gist,’ Dermot said as he tried to defend himself. 

Unimpressed: Ahead of This Morning's travel segment, the Birmingham native, 46, called out her co-host, 48, for getting 'bored' of her clips before questioning: 'Have you not got a minute of my time?'

Unimpressed: Ahead of This Morning's travel segment, the Birmingham native, 46, called out her co-host, 48, for getting 'bored' of her clips before questioning: 'Have you not got a minute of my time?'

Unimpressed: Ahead of This Morning’s travel segment, the Birmingham native, 46, called out her co-host, 48, for getting ‘bored’ of her clips before questioning: ‘Have you not got a minute of my time?’

Alison was not satisfied by his response as she continued: ‘That’s not enough. If you’re going to watch my videos, you’ve got to watch them until the end, babes.’

‘How long are they all?’ Dermot questioned, to which she replied: ‘Most of the time just a minute.

‘Have you not got a minute of my time?’ Alison said before her co-host fired back: ‘Well [now] you’ve got two and a half hours!’

‘I feel like this is our first tiff live on-the-air to the nation,’ Alison continued. ‘You’ve got to watch all my videos babe, I watch all your videos!’

Jetsetter: The quarrel comes after ITV production sent Alison to Madeira to film a segment on the Portugese island amid an ease in travel restrictions

Jetsetter: The quarrel comes after ITV production sent Alison to Madeira to film a segment on the Portugese island amid an ease in travel restrictions

Jetsetter: The quarrel comes after ITV production sent Alison to Madeira to film a segment on the Portugese island amid an ease in travel restrictions

Sore spot: She shared a video for Dermot to watch on the way back from the trip, in which she told the cabin crew she was Covid-19 negative, and captioned on Twitter: 'When you sneeze out loud !!'

Sore spot: She shared a video for Dermot to watch on the way back from the trip, in which she told the cabin crew she was Covid-19 negative, and captioned on Twitter: 'When you sneeze out loud !!'

Sore spot: She shared a video for Dermot to watch on the way back from the trip, in which she told the cabin crew she was Covid-19 negative, and captioned on Twitter: ‘When you sneeze out loud !!’

The day before, Alison revealed she is ‘so worried’ about getting the coronavirus vaccine due to links to blood clots.

The TV presenter discussed her fears about getting vaccinated on Monday’s episode of This Morning and said she was even more worried about possible side effects her son Aiden, 15, could have when he is called for the jab.

Two vaccines, one manufactured by Oxford-AstraZeneca and the other by Johnson & Johnson, have been linked to rare clotting disorders, particularly among women under the age of 50.

AstraZeneca’s has been linked to 309 clots and 56 deaths in the UK out of 33million shots. The J&J single-dose vaccine has been linked to 28 cases in the US out of more than 10.4million shots. 

Criticism: However, it failed to grasp his attention as she said on the daytime show: ‘I know for a fact you didn’t watch the video to know that I didn’t sneeze'

Criticism: However, it failed to grasp his attention as she said on the daytime show: ‘I know for a fact you didn’t watch the video to know that I didn’t sneeze'

Criticism: However, it failed to grasp his attention as she said on the daytime show: ‘I know for a fact you didn’t watch the video to know that I didn’t sneeze’

Speaking to Professor Tim Spector from King’s College London, Alison said: ‘I’m so worried about the vaccine because I don’t want to get a blood clot, I’m really enjoying this job. 

‘Because I’m worried about myself, I’m even more worried about my son. I don’t want him to get ill from the vaccine if he wasn’t going to get ill anyway.’

However, Professor Spector reassured Alison that chances of a blood clot from the vaccine are low and you are more likely to get sick for several months from catching long Covid.

He said: ‘Your risk if you got Covid is very much more than having a blood clot which is around one in 300,000, it’s extremely low. 

Facepalm: She added: ‘He always watches my videos but he doesn’t watch until the end because he gets bored’

Facepalm: She added: ‘He always watches my videos but he doesn’t watch until the end because he gets bored’

Facepalm: She added: ‘He always watches my videos but he doesn’t watch until the end because he gets bored’

‘You’re much more likely to get long Covid and be sick for several months. For kids, we’re not seeing problems with the vaccine in those countries that are doing it so far.

‘We’ve got to make this balance between wanting to get schools back to normal. It’s never going to be 100pc safe.’

In Europe, some countries have stopped using AstraZeneca’s jab completely, while others, including Britain, recommend that younger women get a different vaccine.

It comes after data showed a growing number of people are suffering from blood clotting disorders after their second dose of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine, when scientists originally noticed most cases were linked to the first.

Fears: The day before, Alison revealed she is 'so worried' about getting the coronavirus vaccine due to links to blood clots

Fears: The day before, Alison revealed she is 'so worried' about getting the coronavirus vaccine due to links to blood clots

Fears: The day before, Alison revealed she is ‘so worried’ about getting the coronavirus vaccine due to links to blood clots

The UK’s medical regulator found 15 cases in people given their booster dose by May 12, up from six at the start of the month.

So far more than 9million Britons have been given two doses of AstraZeneca’s jab, meaning the extremely rare clots are occurring in around one in 600,000 people.

Scientists told MailOnline it was ‘disappointing’ the extremely rare complication was becoming more frequent in double-jabbed patients.

The clots are happening alongside abnormally low platelet levels, a condition known as thrombocytopenia.

But the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency said symptoms were ‘milder’ and less frequent than after the first dose.

As of May 12, the MHRA had spotted 294 cases of the clots in Britons given an initial injection, affecting about one in 80,000.

The conditions were found to be occurring more frequently in young people, which has led to the British jab being restricted for use in under-40s.

Family: The TV presenter discussed her fears about getting vaccinated on This Morning and said she was even more worried about possible side effects her son Aiden, 15, (pictured) could have when he is called for the jab

Family: The TV presenter discussed her fears about getting vaccinated on This Morning and said she was even more worried about possible side effects her son Aiden, 15, (pictured) could have when he is called for the jab

Family: The TV presenter discussed her fears about getting vaccinated on This Morning and said she was even more worried about possible side effects her son Aiden, 15, (pictured) could have when he is called for the jab

 

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