Fiona Phillips reveals 'brain fog' has left her too scared to go on TV

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Fiona Phillips reveals terrifying ‘brain fog’ has left her too scared to go on TV as she fears for career

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Fiona Phillips reveals terrifying ‘ brain fog ’ has left her too scared to go on TV as she fears for career

FIONA Phillips has admitted she is too frightened to return to TV due to an ongoing battle with “ brain fog ”. The former GMTV host, 61, has been suffering from the debilitating condition…

19 Jan 2022FIONA Phillips has admitted she is too frightened to return to TV due to an ongoing battle with "brain fog".The former GMTV host, 61, has been suffering from the debilitating condition since entering the menopause.4Fiona Phillips has been suffering from crippling 'brain fog' sparked by the menopause

Credit: GettyThe Lorraine and former GMTV star is too frightened to return to TVCredit: RexThe Mirrorthat she has "cried a thousand rivers" during the past few weeks and 'fears for her sanity'.She told the publication: "God, it’s horrible, I haven’t worked for the first time in my life, I can’t do television work because I’m so anxious and just scared of everything and I’m not that kind of person at all.

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: 10:04, 19 Jan 2022 FIONA Phillips has admitted she is too frightened to return to TV due to an ongoing battle with "brain fog".to be sexually abused by Epstein in December 2021.Apprentice 2022 candidate announces they have ‘made difficult decision’ to quit show The host said that he hadn’t previously felt embarrassment about not being able to read, which he pinned down to “too much confidence and a lot of naivety”.Orange Is The New Black ) and Christopher Walken ( Pulp Fiction ) also complete the cast.

The former GMTV host, 61, has been suffering from the debilitating condition since entering the menopause. 4 Fiona Phillips has been suffering from crippling 'brain fog' sparked by the menopause Credit: Getty The Lorraine and former GMTV star is too frightened to return to TV Credit: Rex The Mirror that she has "cried a thousand rivers" during the past few weeks and 'fears for her sanity'. You may also like Ghislaine Maxwell trial: what the guilty verdict means for the rest of Jeffrey Epstein’s high profile associates, including Prince Andrew As the official synopsis reads: “As Ghislaine Maxwell awaits sentencing in a New York prison, ITV’s Ranvir Singh unravels the story of how an entitled daughter of a billionaire sank into shame and disgrace through her friendship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. She told the publication: "God, it’s horrible, I haven’t worked for the first time in my life, I can’t do television work because I’m so anxious and just scared of everything and I’m not that kind of person at all. “People find it amazing that somebody can’t read… Some of us can’t do these things. "I have the intent to do everything I used to do, but then your body, your brain, doesn’t let you. He denies any wrongdoing." Fiona added: "I hope to God this isn’t the end of my career. Nor will I retain work memories when I return home at the end of the day.

" RISE TO THE TOP Fiona began her career as a reporter for a local radio stations in Surrey and Sussex. You may also like Prince Andrew has been stripped of his titles by The Queen after a judge rules that he may face trial this year in sexual assault lawsuit Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein pictured in 2000 The ITV film will also uncover the culture of excess, influence and control that contributed to Maxwell and Epstein’s crimes.” The Repair Shop follows professional craftspeople as they restore beloved items and family heirlooms to their original form. She later moved into television, working for BBC South East's Weekend as a co-presenter before climbing up the ranks at CNN. In 1993, the mum-of-two joined GMTV ( predecessor) as an entertainment correspondent. Ranvir explores Maxwell and Epstein’s extensive network of rich, powerful and famous friends, speaking with some of those in their ‘Little Black Book’ of contacts and examining evidence from the trial including flight logs from Epstein’s private planes listing famous passengers. read more on the sun . Register for free to continue reading Registration is a free and easy way to support our truly independent journalism By registering, you will also enjoy limited access to Premium articles, exclusive newsletters, commenting, and virtual events with our leading journalists register Please enter a valid email Please enter a valid email Password Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number First name Please enter your first name Special characters aren’t allowed Please enter a name between 1 and 40 characters Last name Please enter your last name Special characters aren’t allowed Please enter a name between 1 and 40 characters Select your year of birth 2004.