Phillip Schofield has revealed during a discussion on 'GMB' that he stopped dying his hair because he ''got bored''.
Phillip Schofield stopped dying his hair because he ''got bored and it was expensive''.
The 58-year-old TV presenter - who went grey at 16 and is affectionately referred to as the silver fox - interrupted a discussion on 'Good Morning Britain' about hair dye to reveal why he finally decided to stop colouring his hair.
Host Ben Shephard asked him: ''You dyed it for a long time - so why did you stop?'' and Phillip replied: '' I got bored and it was expensive!''
Ben replied: ''Quite right too! I don't think people should be made to feel vain for making themselves look good.''
Richard Blackwood, who was taking part in the debate, then chimed in and said: ''But that's up to the individual, I don't know why we keep saying vain as if it's a negative - it isn't!
''Vanity is when you are concerned about your looks and you want to change your image. you're trying to look younger or more appealing, is that not a form of vanity?
''There are two types of people who go to the gym, those who want to do it for their fitness and others who want to look good.
''We're using the term vain in a derogatory term and it's not...''
Jake Quickenden added: ''I've [dyed my hair] and I'm not afraid to say I've done it, we live in a world now that we need to make ourselves happy.
''We don't need to feel vain by doing our hair, it's like going to the gym. I'm 31 and I get a few little [grey hairs], I dye my hair pink and have had highlights so I don't think that's vain.''
We're not really sure what we were expecting from Filipino-British singer-songwriter Beabadoobee's debut studio album Fake It Flowers, but it...
In what is probably one of the greatest internet diss tracks of all time, Larray Merritt takes aim at all the YouTube and TikTok stars who have been...
It's impossible not to feel for Justin Bieber after watching the video for his latest single 'Lonely' performed with producer Benny Blanco.
For what is possibly the best queer anthem of the year, King Princess unveils a brand new video starring an AI version of herself.
'Electric Ladyland' was released on this day (October 16th) in 1968.
We truly are living some "Strange Days" right now, so The Struts' third output feels like one of the most appropriate albums we've heard all year.
Yungblud goes from shouting about the underrated youth to preaching sexual liberation in the video for his newest song 'Cotton Candy', which is as...
The Stone Roses' frontman Ian Brown has baffled his Twitter followers with his COVID-denying outburst.