Like most people who talk about the attack, Frankie got emotional. Even more so because his sister was at the centre of it all.
But, after the show aired, people were raging at him online for being 'fake' or using the tragedy to promote himself.
A source close to Frankie told The Sun, that "Frankie was booked on GMB to discuss his show, which is coming to Bush Hall on August 23rd and was completely caught off guard when repeatedly asked to discuss the Manchester Attack. His emotions were real and he was blindsided with the focus on the topic during the interview."
The attack was both horrific and shocking to the whole world, so we think Frankie, who's own sister was involved in the attack, has every right to show a little emotion.