During the conference, which took place on Tuesday, McCall answered questions from journalists about handling rumors while defending Willoughby and Schofield.
When asked about the Domino's Pizza tweet, McCall said ITV spoke to Domino's and scolded them for jumping in on the meme train, according to Variety.
"We were like, ‘What are you doing?’ And they said, ‘We think it’s really funny, don’t you?’ And we said ‘No.'," McCall said.
Despite the rumors and memes, ITV, Willoughby, and Schofield denied the accusations of 'queue jumping' and clarified that they were given access to the press line at the Queen's lying in state to film for This Morning.
Footage of the two reporting from Westminster Hall and interviewing queuers aired the following week.
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