Trisha Goddard's talk show 'to be rebooted'
- Bang Showbiz
- 8 October 2020
Trisha Goddard's self-titled talk show looks set to be rebooted on ITV, after previously airing on the channel from 1998 to 2004
Trisha Goddard's talk show looks set to be rebooted.
The 62-year-old TV presenter fronted her self-titled programme on ITV from 1998 to 2004, and then on Channel 5 from 2005 to 2010, and she is expected to shoot a reboot next week ahead of a potential return of the series on ITV.
A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre TV column: "It’s being referred to as 'Talk to Trisha' at the moment.
"But telly fans will recognise it for what it is – the old legendary show and her back together."
Trisha is also set to appear on 'Piers Morgan's Life Stories'.
This comes after the TV presenter recently confronted comedian Leigh Francis about his portrayal of her in 'Bo' Selecta', but following his apology she was hit with "even more abuse" from online trolls.
She said: "Since Leigh made that apology I have been subjected to even more abuse.
"[People saying] You've ruined his career just because you can't take a joke, and there have been threats."
The 'Celebrity Juice' host also apologised directly to her daughter Billie, 30, and he was "horrified" to hear the traumatic outcome of his portrayal of the host.
Trisha added: "Leigh sweetly talked to my daughter Billie for a very long time about his experience, he was horrified what she went through, he said as a father he feels so bad about this."
The former 'Dancing on Ice' star also recently admitted her kids Billie, and Madison, 27, had to be trained by Special Branch how to open parcels during the height of her fame – in case they contained bombs.
She explained: "We had a Special Branch come to our house and teach our kids how to open parcels in case there was a bomb in it.
"We also had safe places, I used to tell them where they could go in Norwich.
"That was because of my colour and not because of anything I had said."