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Good Morning Britain 's Richard Arnold was snubbed by presenters Charlotte Hawkins and Rob Rinder.
The duo fronted Monday (August 15) morning's instalment of the ITV show and were joined by Entertainment Correspondent Richard who was ready to give them their daily dose of celebrity news.
The 52-year-old addressed Spider-Man star Tom Holland's recent break from social media which he revealed was having a detrimental effect on his mental health.
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The Hollywood actor, 26, told his followers: "I have taken a break from social media for my mental health because I find Instagram and Twitter to be overstimulating, to be overwhelming."
"I get caught up and I spiral when I read things about me online and ultimately it's very detrimental to my mental state," the Uncharted actor added.
After the short clip ended, Richard turned to the presenters and said: "Nothing like taking a detox is there, for a couple of weeks at least?"
Instead of responding, both Charlotte and Rob sat in silence before Rob chimed under his breath: "Mmm, yeah."
Addressing the silence, a stunned Richard replied: "I'll crack on, well," adding: "So much for that heated debate!"
He was met with awkward giggles by the presenting duo before he was forced to swiftly move on to the next story.
Charlotte and Rob joined forces in the ITV studio today after regular presenter Richard Madeley revealed last week that he would be absent from the show "for a while."
Talking to co-host Charlotte about the heatwave ruining his grass, the broadcaster explained he had found a solution to his brown lawn.
"We have a result as we started doing this last Tuesday. Tuesday or Wednesday. It's a bit earlier but I'm not on the show for a while, so I thought I'd show you what we've got so far," he said.
Richard was replaced by Rob, who last presented the show back in March alongside Susanna Reid.
Good Morning Britain airs week days on ITV from 6am.
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