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Phillip Schofield ‘fixes’ Spin to Win game to give £3k cash prize to charity in memory of This Morning Agony Aunt


PHILLIP Schofield “fixed” This Morning’s Spin to Win game in the present day to give a £3,000 donation charity.

The Denise Foundation was arrange in memory of the ITV present’s late Agony Aunt Denise Robertson.

Phillip Schofield made certain the charity received the highest prizeCredit: ITV
The Spin to Win game gave the charity £3,000
The Spin to Win game gave the charity £3,000Credit: ITV

Presenter Alice Beer inspired viewers to dig deep for the “gorgeous and beloved” Denise – whose charity goals to present households with an earnings for meals, shelter and schooling.

Going up to spin the wheel, Phillip mentioned: “Can I simply say any charity spin usually finally ends up fairly excessive…

“I don’t know how it happens.”

The presenter then cheekily rigged the consequence by shifting the arrow to level on the largest cash prize.

“Unbelievable,” he shouted.

His co-host Holly Willoughby mentioned sarcastically: “I really don’t know how you do it.”

Alice added: “I do not give a rattling the way you do it. This will make such a distinction.

“I really feel fairly emotional truly.

“This charity is tiny and it takes a long time to raise that sort of money.”

Denise Foundation Uganda is a nonprofit organisation based by one of the previous world visions, sponsored youngster Ssemmanda Fred.

The Foundation is presently working in the District of Rakai the place the HIV/AIDS scourge vastly affected the youngsters and their households.

Denise died from pancreatic most cancers in 2016.

This Morning's popular agony aunt Denise Robertson
This Morning’s common agony aunt Denise RobertsonCredit: ITV

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