Television personality who has co-presented episodes of This morning along with his wife Ruth Langsford for 15 years, will join the channel in early 2022.
“I admired GB News from the very beginning for its clever blend of heated debates but with warmth and even a bit of fun,” he said.
Holmes, who began her broadcasting career in 1972, joins contributors including Nigel Farage and Dan Wootton.
In 2020, Holmes was criticized after launching a widely discredited conspiracy theory that claimed Covid-19 was spread by a 5g telephone pole.
He was said by broadcast watchdog Ofcom that his comments risked “undermining trust” in public health and science bodies.
Holmes followed up with his comments by denouncing them, saying that “there is no scientific evidence to support any 5G theory”.
However, he did not apologize for the incident and said he had been “misunderstood”, in comments reviewed by the watchdog.
Holmes is celebrated This morningThe sixth show with Langsford since 2006. However, in 2020, a shake-up has been seen The weekly episode is broken backing the leadership was Dermot O’Leary and Alison Hammond.
Holmes and Langsford were then shown an entire six-week episode over the summer, while main hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield took a break.
GB News has been plagued with controversy since its launch in June 2021.
Originally, Andrew Neil was the face of much mockery news channel leans to the right, but he left sharply in September.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/eamonn-holmes-gb-news-this-morning-b1973576.html Eamonn Holmes joins GB News after exiting This Morning