Eamonn Holmes has created a TikTok account in a bid to get “even closer” to his fans.
The Belfast native has taken on a social media “agony uncle” role in recent months through his Twitter account, where he answers questions submitted by those aspiring towards a career in the media.
But now, the popular broadcaster has taken this journey one step further, by signing up to TikTok, a site which he says he’s hoping to have some “great craic” on.
Taking to his Twitter on Tuesday afternoon, the 61-year-old posted a video to announce his foray into the new platform.
He said: “Lovely to see you. Now we’re going to get even closer because I have joined TikTok.
“I’m not sure what TikTok is…but apparently we’re gonna have some great craic on it.”
Eamonn added if TikTok users included the #AskEamonn hashtag in their posts he will do his best “within realms” to answer the questions put forward to him.
Finishing the video, he added: “Let’s have some fun. Let’s be interesting. Let’s not be abusive. Let’s do it!
“On TokTik…TikTik…Tiky Tok…Tiky Tok…TokTic…You know…#AskEamonn”, the presenter joked.
Eamonn is currently presenting This Morning during the summer holidays with his wife and co-presenter Ruth Langsford as Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield take a break.
You can find Eamonn Holmes on TikTok at @eamonnholmes.