He caught up with Dancing On Ice star, Wes Nelson, who broke up with Megan Barton Hanson earlier in the month.
The pair separated following on from Wes’ starring role in the talent show as they felt they weren’t able to spend quality time with each other.
And that was also the explanation given by Wes, who told Phillip and Rochelle Humes Megan wanted to see him more often.
Wes admitted when asked if Dancing On Ice was a factor in their break up: “It was heavily involved, but not the way the media has made out…
“It’s not been anything to do with Vanessa. It’s so time consuming and being away from home made it hard to plan.
“My schedule changes day by day, week by week.”
But Phillip was keen to get to the bottom of what really happened between the pair.
He grilled: “I get that but many people will have changing schedules especially in this business, but Dancing On Ice is only on for 10 weeks and you knew it was a finite time.”
Wes snapped back: “This is what I was trying to explain when I was in the relationship but you’ve gotta look at it from her point of view, ‘Wait there for me’.”
Rochelle Humes claimed that was just “life”, having schedules changed last minute.
But Wes insisted he saw things from Megan’s point of view not wanting to hang around for 10 weeks when she just wanted time with her man.
Furthermore, Megan has since blocked Wes on social media so he hasn’t been able to see anything that has appeared on her Instagram page since their split.
Wes was keen to talk more about Dancing On Ice and how his training is going, considering he is one of the favourites to win the competition.
The former Love Islander admitted: “Yesterday I did a 15-hour day.”
He continued: “You’d be surprised, a lot of people do, but I’m really trying to put the work in.
“Everyone’s got their eyes on the trophy but it would be lovely, especially considering all of the sacrifices.”
Wes added: “I didn’t sacrifice my relationship.
“I would have loved to do it with [Megan] but you never know.”
This Morning airs weekdays on ITV from 10.30am and Dancing On Ice continues Sunday on ITV at 6pm.