This Morning turns racy as Holly Willoughby left giggling over ‘D**k’ innuendo

This Morning returned to our screens on Monday and Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby couldn't wait to share some exciting news with viewers.

The presenting duo shared that the This Morning team will be performing a pantomime on the ITV daytime show on Friday December 11.

Phillip explained that there will be special guests joining the cast for the show and Holly revealed that she's always wanted to take part in a pantomime.

Holly, 39, said: "It's all I wanted to do all my life."

Phillip added: "Who would you play?"

The blonde beauty replied: "Cinderella. I'm going to have to do it now before I am old."

Joking about Holly's voice, Phillip, 57, said: "You can sing all the songs in the key of K."

A shocked Holly replied: "Oh that's so mean. You can play the villain."

Holly and Phillip welcomed pantomime legend Christoper Biggins on to the show via a video link to discuss the exciting announcement.

He was discussing the impact of Covid-19 on theatres across the country, as he previewed socially distanced pantos for the forthcoming Christmas season.

Biggins said: "If we do Dick Whittington, you could play Dick Whittington…

"And you could say that immortal line. Are you ready?"

Holly confirmed she was when Biggins continued, saying: "Slap your thigh, and say '12 o'clock and still no sign of Dick…'"

Holly did as she was told, and slapped her leg before turning to the camera and telling viewers at home: "12 o'clock and still no sign of Dick!"

Phil burst into laughter as Holly herself giggled.

The mum-of-three then added: "I think I delivered that well."

Phil agreed, saying: "Very well."

Phillip and Holly were left in hysterics and Biggins confessed that he knew plenty more cheeky panto innuendos.

This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10am

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