‘Like Barbie and Ken’ GB News’ Alex Phillips poses with co-star as bold outfit turns head

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Alex Phillips, 37, has likened her bright pink dress and blonde hair to a Barbie doll and grabbed her co-star to join her as the character’s male counterpart Ken. The GB News presenter was seen pouting to the camera while Tom pulled a straight face.

In view of her 41,000 Twitter followers, she wrote: “Looking like the Barbie and Ken of news here @tomhfh.”

Many of her fans flocked to her post to comment.

One wrote: “Pucker up Barbie Alex,” while a second added: “You wish!”

“You is better than Barbie,”(sic) a third commented.

Another penned: “Hi Alex.. I really enjoy you and Simon on GB News.. you are a ray of sunshine to his stiff upper lip.

“You are the foil for each other. #GBNewsWins.”

Alex fronts her afternoon show alongside former BBC presenter Simon McCoy.

Ahead of going live on air today, she shared a picture of her co-star cheekily flashing the V sign behind her head.

The presenter wrote: “NAUGHTY McCoy!”

Fans of the show have praised the pair’s partnership on the micro-blogging site.

One commented: “Love the show. You are both brilliant together. Long may it continue!”

“Love your rant slot keep up the good work,” a second added.

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A third added: “Loving @GBNEWS at the mo, particularly @SimonMcCoyTV + @ThatAlexWoman; gr8, refreshing personalities and such diverse range of news and views.(sic)

“Just what we need.”

She replied: “Thanks Jamie! We try our best.”

Simon joined the show following his departure from the BBC in March.

After a colleague spilled the news on Twitter, Andrew Neil later confirmed the host had signed up for his new venture.

GB News launched their 24.7 channel on June 13.

He said of his team: “[GB News will have] Anchors with a bit of edge, a bit of attitude, bit of personality – and people will make an appointment to view them.

“That’s the plan.”

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