The candid and highly entertaining autobiography of one of the UK's most popular TV presenters
Eamonn Holmes is one of the most popular TV presenters in the UK. For twelve years he was the main anchor at GMTV drawing daily audiences of six million viewers. His humour, easy presenting style and ability to think on his feet have earned him not only millions of fans but several industry awards. But success has come at a cost...
Both Eamonn's TV career and his life have been roller coasters of highs and lows. At the age of 21 Eamonn became the youngest ever anchorman in Irish television but when his show was axed, he faced an uncertain future. No home, no job and mounting debts prompted crippling panic attacks. And when his beloved father died, Eamonn made a clean break and decided to take a job on a brand new morning show, GMTV. The rest is history.
From having a gun held to his head in Belfast to the breakdown of his marriage; from the TV guests he has loved and loathed to the rows with co-presenter Anthea Turner and his burning ambition to make it as a TV presenter, Eamonn reveals the highs and lows of his life as he has never done before.