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Holly Willoughby bursts into giggles on This Morning as Phillip Schofield makes a cheeky innuendo


They regularly collapse in uncontrollable laughter while entertaining the nation on This Morning. 

And Holly Willoughby found herself cracking up with Phillip Schofield once again during Wednesday morning’s episode.  

The blonde beauty, 40, couldn’t help but burst into a fit of giggles when her co-presenter Phil, 59, described a guest’s singing as ‘long and deep’.  

Cracking up: Holly Willoughby couldn’t help but burst into a fit of giggles when her co-presenter Phillip Schofield described a guest’s singing as ‘long and deep’ in a cheeky innuendo

The pair were set to welcome the woman with the world’s lowest voice, Joy Chapman, later on the show and gave viewers a taste of what to expect.  

‘It’s long isn’t it,’ said Holly of the rumbling bass-toned audio clip that went on for longer than she’d anticipated. 

‘Long and deep,’ agreed Phil as he rubbed his belly as though he was hungry and the sound was coming from his stomach.  

Unable to handle the gag, the corners of both the presenter’s mouths began to turn upwards as they smirked. 

'It's long isn't it': The corners of both the presenter's mouths began to turn upwards after they heard the rumbling audio clip of the woman with the world's lowest voice

‘It’s long isn’t it’: The corners of both the presenter’s mouths began to turn upwards after they heard the rumbling audio clip of the woman with the world’s lowest voice

And Phil was quick to blame the show’s producers for his inability to keep things professional while on camera. 

‘It wouldn’t be so bad if they weren’t laughing so loudly,’ he said as he gestured to his earpiece that connected to the channel’s control room.  

‘I know’ agreed Holly as she grinned from ear to ear at the sound of her colleagues howling in the background. 

‘Putting me off,’ added Phil as he attempted to regain his composure and continue with the segment. 

'It wouldn't be so bad if they weren't laughing so loudly': Phil was quick to blame the show's producers laughing in his earpiece for his inability to keep things professional while on camera

‘It wouldn’t be so bad if they weren’t laughing so loudly’: Phil was quick to blame the show’s producers laughing in his earpiece for his inability to keep things professional while on camera

The gaffe comes amid a tense week for Holly – whose plans to extend her house were hit with more complaints from neighbours this week. 

The TV presenter and husband Dan Baldwin want to add a first floor extension to their six-bedroom home in south west London, which they purchased in 2011.

However, they are facing serious local opposition with a further two residents complaining. 

One neighbour, Liliana Velez, blasted the plans last week, saying: ‘Having the noise all week all day for so many months is not the standard of living in such an expensive area to live. I do not pay taxes to get this level of disruption, it is not quality of life.’

Now local Julie Halstead has also hit out at the pair, saying: ‘One of the reasons I came (to the area) is is because it is within a beautiful, leafy Conservation Area; The home has already been extended.

Ambitious: It comes after Holly and husband Dan Baldwin faced backlash for wanting to add an extension to their six-bedroom home in south west London (pictured together in 2012)

Ambitious: It comes after Holly and husband Dan Baldwin faced backlash for wanting to add an extension to their six-bedroom home in south west London (pictured together in 2012) 

‘I feel that further development as per proposal, would severely impact the character and nature of this part of the road and community.

‘I feel that the project would have a negative impact on wildlife in this beautifully green area. My main living areas face the home and its gardens. 

‘The proposed project would mean that I would be much more overlooked with it resulting in a loss of privacy.’

She went on to state that in previous work done on Holly’s property in 2013 on a ground floor extension and swimming pool, there was chaos on the road, and she fears this will happen again.

Problems: It is the latest in a line of improvements the star and her husband have hoped to make to their family home (Holly is pictured at home during her Easter break)

Problems: It is the latest in a line of improvements the star and her husband have hoped to make to their family home (Holly is pictured at home during her Easter break)

She added: ‘Due to the pandemic, many of us now work from home. I feel that this proposed project would have a very negative effect on the lives and work of the residents.’

Ms Halstead and other neighbours also objected in 2016 when the couple had a planning application for a two-storey building attached to the main house refused by the local council.

Yet Holly is now claiming that they’ve addressed the council and residents’ fears by only making this current application one storey instead of two.  

Compromise: Holly is now claiming that they've addressed the council and residents' fears by only making this current application one storey instead of two

Compromise: Holly is now claiming that they’ve addressed the council and residents’ fears by only making this current application one storey instead of two 



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