Why Is Holly Willoughby Leaving This Morning?
Find out why Holly Willoughby is leaving This Morning, as well as some personal information about her, in the story below.
Who is Holly Willoughby?
Holly Marie Willoughby is a well-known English TV host, model, and author who was born on February 10, 1981. Since 2009, she has co-hosted ITV’s This Morning with Phillip Schofield. Since 2006, they have also taken turns co-hosting Dancing on Ice, with breaks in between. From 2008 to 2020, Willoughby was the team leader on the ITV2 comedy panel show Celebrity Juice.
He has also been on shows like The Xtra Factor, Text Santa, The Voice UK, Surprise Surprise, Play to the Whistle, I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, Freeze the Fear with Wim Hof, and The Games.
Holly Willoughby was born in Brighton, East Sussex. She is the second daughter of Linda Willoughby (formerly Fleming), a former air hostess, and Brian Willoughby, a sales manager for a double-glazing company. She went to the independent Burgess Hill Girls school in Burgess Hill, West Sussex, and then to The College of Richard Collyer in Horsham.
Why is Holly Willoughby Leaving This Morning?
On the last show of the week for the ITV daytime show This Morning, Holly Willoughby allegedly left the set after Phillip Schofield did something live on air. Fans say that she broke a very important rule about being on TV. The hosts were building up to an interview with stars Rupert Grint and Ben Aldridge, who was going to talk about their new thriller movie, Knock at the Cabin.
This Morning’s Phillip Schofield pulled a joke on his co-host Holly Willoughby on the last show of the week. Phillip stopped his sentence in the middle of presenting Rupert Grint and Ben Aldridge for an interview about their new thriller, Knock At The Cabin, by making a noise in Holly’s face, which made her jump back.
The crew laughed, and Phillip said it had been a while since he had done that. Holly left the set after saying, “Oh, I’ll go away then,” and waving goodbye to the camera. Phillip laughed and told her to get a cushion for people who get scared easily before they showed the interview footage.
The host looked down at the camera and asked, “What would you do if you had to make a choice that would change life as we know it around the world?” Holly, who is 41 years old, then said, “Well, that’s the premise of the new movie ‘Knock at the Cabin,’ which asks one family to make a hard decision.”
Is Holly Willoughby Ill?
Holly Willoughby has told her fans that she will not be back on April 17th as planned for This Morning. After the Easter break, the presenter was supposed to return to the ITV1 afternoon show with co-host Phillip Schofield. But in an Instagram post, Holly said she has shingles and will be taking some time off to get better.
Rochelle Humes will take over for the 42-year-old while she is gone. This Morning posted the news on its social media pages and wished Holly a speedy recovery and welcomed Phillip back from the Easter break. Holly is out of work because she is sick.
The mother-of-three gave her 8.2 million Instagram fans an update on her health over the weekend. She told them that she may not be around for the rest of the week because she is sick with shingles.
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