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TV's 10 Most Dramatic Walk-Outs Ever

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25.09.2021

There were tense scenes on Good Morning Britain this week as an Insulate Britain protester took a leaf out of Piers Morgan’s book and stormed off the show.

Campaigner Liam Norton clashed with presenters Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley after activists shut down the M25 five times in just over a week, eventually leaving the studio in a fury.

His on-air walk out put us in mind of many others that have happened on TV and in interviews over the years – here’s 10 of the most dramatic...

Bee Gees on Clive Anderson All Talk

The Bee Gees made an appearance on Clive Anderson’s BBC chat show back in 1997, and they didn’t take too kindly to the host’s humour.

Throughout the interview, Clive made repeated jokes about their songs and their original intended name, ‘Les Tosseurs’.

Eventually, the band had enough and one-by-one got up from their seats and walked off.

Reflecting on the interview some 23 years later, Clive told the Daily Express he believed he’d got the “pitch” of it wrong.

He said: “The Bee Gees went from the best to the worst in a few minutes, unfortunately. I think I got the pitch of that wrong, as the evidence shows they only stayed for however long they stayed for.”

“I do quite like interviewing musicians so I thought interviewing the Bee Gees would be good fun, but for whatever reason we didn’t quite hit it off. It was all a bit of a shame.”

Kim Woodburn on Loose Women

Loose Women panellist Coleen Nolan was brought together with her former Celebrity Big Brother adversary Kim Woodburn in an attempt to settle their feud live on the daytime show.

However, things quickly turned nasty between the pair, with Kim breaking down as she discussed her traumatic childhood, before walking off the show and branding Coleen “lying trash”.

Loose Women producers were heavily criticised for not intervening, with the incident attracting more than 8,000 complaints to Ofcom. However, the TV watchdog........

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