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Holly Willoughby concerns fans with ‘sad’ appearance during Lorraine link ahead of today’s This Morning


HOLLY Willoughby involved fans at the moment following her “sad” appearance on Lorraine’s live link to the This Morning studio.

Host Lorraine Kelly all the time checks in with Holly and co-host Phillip Schofield ahead of the present, however viewers observed one thing totally different at the moment.

Holly seemed downcast during the Lorraine live link at the moment
She sparked concern from viewers
She sparked concern from viewers

Lorraine was her standard chipper self as she reduce to the opposite ITV studio, the place Phil additionally seemed to be performing the identical as all the time.

However, 40-year-old Holly kicked off the link with a quiet “hi”, and her co-star appeared to dominate a lot of the chat.

Viewers fearful that the blonde magnificence seemed to be downcast, and flocked to Twitter to share their remark.

One fan wrote: “Blimey that link to Phil and Holly! Holly didn’t look happy did she….eeek”, one other replied: “I thought the same…”

A 3rd viewer begged: “Holly, darling, please be happier.”

While another remarked: “We know it’s a Monday but don’t need doom and gloom #ThisMorning #ThisMorningtv.”

Another merely wrote: “Cheer up, Holly.”

Holly was rather more herself when This Morning kicked off, with she and Phil having loads to rejoice as they returned to our screens for the primary time since successful a National Television Award.

Accepting the gong at Thursday’s ceremony, Holly mirrored on a tough yr amid the coronavirus pandemic as she gushed: “What was superb for us was, each single day, as a result of of the brilliance of ITV, we may keep on air and we might be there.

“We felt like we had been everybody’s consolation blankets, however for all of us, you had been our consolation blankets too.

“This Morning is an incredible team, and we are lucky to just be one cog in the wheel. We just wanted to give you a normal morning, thank you for voting, it means the absolute world.”

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