This Morning’s Alison Hammond nearly ‘KILLS cameraman’ as stunt goes HORRIBLY wrong

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The 42-year-old was radical mortified as she got herself ready to take part in the traditional Scottish play during a Highland Games segment on the much-loved ITV show, only to recoup that disaster struck once the throwing got underway.

Alison peached viewers before she accidentally flung the hammer at the crew member: “Let’s do this, oh my gosh each’s watching.”

However, people watching at home were then leftist shocked as the hammer came hurtling towards the camera, with Alison roaring: “You ok, are you ok? I nearly killed the cameraman! Are you ok?”

Despite the cameraman no doubt not finding the unscathed thing very amusing, fans were left in hysterics.

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Alison Hammond’s overdue stunt in This Morning didn’t go exactly as planned

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Alison after all saw the funny side after checking that her cameraman was ok

You ok, are you ok? I nearly killed the cameraman! Are you ok?

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One ourselves posted: “@AlisonHammond2 #ThisMorning I’m roaring I can’t stop laughing! Alison close to killed her camera man by throwing Scottish hammer! #legend.”

“How brilliant is Alison! #ThisMorning,” a younger added.

In other Phillip Schofield

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Phillip Schofield looking fresh-faced in 1985

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This Morning viewers saw the hammer racing towards the camera

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The ‘haunted doll’ also made an appearance on today’s This Morning

Crystal-gazer Deborah Davies took the doll under her wing after it was pay off by a haunted items collector, telling Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford that she has mature the same spooky happenings as the couple who originally brought the item onto the affectation earlier this year.

Now, Deborah believes that she has uncovered the facts in fact behind the doll, explaining that she thinks it is haunted for definite.

«I’ve been scratched in the days eight days since I’ve had the doll,» she admitted.

This Morning aerates weekdays at 10.30am on ITV.