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Rochelle Humes in tears as This Morning donates £1k to man running 27 marathons


Rochelle Humes has been left crying on This Morning after the ITV show donated £1,000 to guest Scott Fisher’s Just Giving Page.

The TV presenter, 32, and her co-host Vernon Kay, 47, spoke to Scott about his efforts to raise money and awareness around Mast Cell Action as he’s set to run 27 marathons in 27 days in honour of his wife.

Rochelle described how she ran a marathon in 2018 and it was the “hardest thing” she’s ever had to do before praising him for taking on the challenge in a bid to save his other half’s life.

The former Saturdays singer couldn’t help but break down into tears as she announced the channel would be donating £1,000 to his Just Giving page.



Rochelle Humes cried on This Morning after hearing about Scott Fisher's journey
Rochelle Humes cried on This Morning after hearing about Scott Fisher’s journey

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Celebrity pal Gary Barlow immediately took to Twitter to share his support as he wrote: “@vernonkay and @RochelleHumes on @thismorning loving it guys,” with two red heart emojis.

Others took to the social media page to share that they’ve donated money towards the cause as well.

One person wrote: “Amazing what you are doing Scott, wish you nothing but luck! Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful wife! Sorry I couldn’t give more but I have a feeling you are going to reach your goal #ThisMorning,” with a red heart emoji after donating £5.



Viewers immediately donated money towards Scott's cause
Viewers immediately donated money towards Scott’s cause

Another said: “Couldn’t not donate to Scott Fisher and his wife Megan on #thismorning I know many people who suffer incredibly from #MCAS So happy to see the target has been smashed!”

While a third added: “Just seen this phenomenal man on #ThisMorning – donation done. Smash that target mate”.

MCAS is a rare condition where a patient experiences repeated episode of the symptoms of anaphylaxis – including hives, swelling and low blood pressure. It can be fatal.



Hundreds have flocked to Scott's Just Giving page to donate
Hundreds have flocked to Scott’s Just Giving page to donate



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Just before the interview aired, Scott had raised £48,000 but since then it’s double and now they’re aiming to hit £100,000.

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