Sunday Brunch’s Simon Rimmer sparks health concern as viewers all say same thing

Sunday Brunch: Simon Rimmer sounds like he has a sore throat

Sunday Brunch viewers have taken to social media to question Simon Rimmer’s health. The concern comes after the 60-year-old was performing a cooking demonstration with what appeared to be something stuck in his throat.

On the latest instalment of the Channel 4 morning mainstay, Simon and co-host Tim Lovejoy were in the kitchen making a mouthwatering beetroot tatin. During the segment, the presenter explained that the savoury dish can often spout “residual juice”.

However, fans were quick to notice that Simon was talking to the likes of Carol Vorderman and Matt Lucas with what appeared to be a frog in his throat. Following the demonstration, many Sunday Brunch viewers took to social media to debate the celebrity chefs’ health.

One fan said: “Clear your bl***y throat Rimmer! #SundayBrunch.” A second wrote: “Watching on (sic) Channel 4+1 as I had errands to take care of – is Rimmer unwell?? Sounds like he is ill which is so unappealing when he’s cooking.”

Another questioned: “#sundaybrunch Simon you ok love?”. A fourth took to X and said: “Can someone pls give Rimmer a Strepsil?”

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A fifth Sunday Brunch viewer said: “Everyone on #sundaybrunch is definitely going home with some Rimmer-lurgy. Spluttering over everything.”

Viewers were also left stunned when former Countdown star Carol, 62, blasted the Conservative government live on air. She was appearing on Simon and 55-year-old Tim’s show to promote her new book, Perfect 10.

Speaking about the UK’s voting system, Carol said: “We are the only country other than Belarus, which isn’t exactly known for its democracy, that uses only a first-past-the-post system. And after the First World War, women got the vote for the first time, and after the Second World War, the welfare state was created.

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“And I do get this sense, particularly from the younger generation, that they want something that’s new,” Carol continued. “They want a new system of life, they want people to be more equal, for the system to be fairer.”

The former BBC Radio star added that next election she will be “devoting” herself to “getting rid of as many Tories as possible.” In a quick scramble, the Sunday brunch co-hosts explained that Carol’s political views were not representative of the show as a whole.

Catch Sunday Brunch on Channel 4 every Sunday morning at 9.30am.

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