All eyes were on Holly Willoughby on Monday’s edition of This Morning.
The TV star chose a racy black leather skirt for her presentation features, showing off her amazing legs on camera.
Holly, 39, also had hysterical viewers during a countless pantomime-laden segment on the animated episode of the ITV show.
Gorgeous: All eyes were on Holly Willoughby on Monday’s edition of This Morning as she chose a racy black leather skirt for her presentation duties.
The presenter looked stunning in her thigh-high skirt which she teamed with a button-up pink cardigan and heeled ankle boots.
Fans flocked to Holly’s Instagram page, where she posted her usual photo of her ensemble, to congratulate the star, with her This Morning co-star Rochelle Humes and good friend Nicole Appleton both leaving heart emojis .
With the cameras rolling, Holly was in the spotlight again as she left co-host Phillip Schofiled in hysteria during a panto segment.
The host duo have revealed the exciting news that This Morning will be hosting a pantomime this Christmas to bring festive joy to viewers.
Light, camera, action! The presenter looked stunning in her thigh-high skirt which she teamed with a button-up pink cardigan and heeled ankle boots
“On Friday, December 11, we’ll open the curtains and bring you Christmas cheer as I, Phil and our entire This Morning family dress up for our very own Christmas pantomime,” Holly revealed.
Holly gushed, “It’s all I’ve ever wanted to do, all my life. Phil replied, “Really? … And singing and all that? “
The blonde then admitted, “Well that’s the problem you see. This is where it all goes wrong. I want to do it.’
Wow! Fans flocked to Holly’s Instagram page to congratulate the star, with this This Morning co-star Rochelle Humes and good friend Nicole Appleton both leaving heart emojis
Phil also asked what character Holly dreamed of playing, to which she immediately replied “Cinderella… of course.” I have to do it soon, because I’m getting too old to be Cinderella. I’m already too old to be Cinderella.
Phil insisted, “No, you’re never too old to be Cinderella. We will also be welcoming many special guests. ‘
One of those special guests will be Christopher Biggins who unfortunately had his panto canceled this year due to Covid.
Cheeky! Once the cameras rolled, Holly was in the spotlight again as she left her hysterical co-host Philip Schofiled during a pantos segment
The TV star made Holly remember the famous pantomime innuendo Dick Whittington.
Delivering the line while slapping her thigh, she said, “12 o’clock and there is still no sign of D ** k. I think I delivered that well! prompting an incredulous Phil to double up in laughter.
Christopher told the pair, “I’ll be there with every move, every line and every innuendo. “
Speaking of all the pantos that have been canceled this year, he added: “It’s very, very sad and I’m sorry for the young kids who won’t be working, but we have to try to give as much fun as possible in these terrible times. , and so I think it’s a great idea that we do this pantomime.
Iconic Line: Christopher Biggins prompted Holly to recall the famous Dick Whittington pantomime innuendo: “12 o’clock and there’s still no sign of D ** k”
Hysterics: “I think I delivered that well! Holly said, causing an incredulous Phil to double up in laughter.