Phillip Schofield has almost completed 24 hours live on television, making him the first in Britain to do so.
There’s been no breaks, no back-ups and more than 200 guests. He’s presented This Morning, appeared on Loose Women and presented the weather. He’s also caught up with Ant and Dec in the jungle, spoke to Emmerdale and Coronation Street stars and had a midnight feast with Davina McCall.
Pixie Lott, The Vamps and Union J also joined him throughout the night, but most impressively he interviewed David Cameron live at Number 10 this morning – on no sleep.
— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) December 2, 2014
It’s all for the six charities supported by Text Santa this year – Teenage Cancer Trust, Guide Dogs, WellChild, Alzheimer’s Society, Together for Short Lives & Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Seemingly everyone has been impressed by the effort put in by Schofield, and have also enjoyed the show.
— Lemblem ☺️ (@jurassicjagk) December 2, 2014
Although we think Kerry Katona may have taken it a bit far.
— Kerry Katona (@KerryKatona7) December 2, 2014
Strange things happened.
— Brian Mcfadden (@BrianMcFadden) December 2, 2014
It didn’t look like he would make it at times.
— Bishop and Douch (@BishopandDouch) December 2, 2014
— Emma Jane Bradshaw (@emmajbradshaw) December 2, 2014
We’ve learnt a few things about Schofe.
— ITV (@ITV) December 2, 2014
And we got to see one of the biggest mysteries of all… what goes on during ad-breaks.
— Rachel (@rachel13_rachel) December 2, 2014
But after all those hours of broadcasting, he still made breakfast for everyone.
— Sophie Morley (@moon_mask) December 2, 2014
Even Samuel L Jackson is impressed.
But we think he’s definitely ready for bed now. How comfy he looks in that onesie tells the story.
— Katie Louisa Davis (@katielouisa11) December 2, 2014