Holly Willoughby Reveals She Once Used The Toilet While Her Mic Was On
Holly Willoughby has recalled the embarrassing moment she used the toilet while her mic was still on during an appearance on This Morning.
On Wednesday's edition of the ITV daytime show, the presenter, 39, left her co-host Phillip Schofield, 57, in stitches as she brought some light relief while discussing the recent incident amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The TV star admitted that she was caught off-guard when studio crew members informed her that the equipment was still in operation, but insisted ' luckily it was only a lady like tinkle'.
Mishap: Holly Willoughby has recalled the embarrassing moment she used the toilet while her mic was still on during an appearance on This Morning
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Blonde beauty Holly spoke about the blunder as Phil referred to the pair's favourite viral videos, which were shown on Tuesday's show.
He explained: 'On yesterday's show I mentioned one of my fave viral videos, when the Mayor of Georgetown goes to the bathroom and leaves his mic on.'
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Revealing she's shared a similar experience, the Celebrity Juice captain chimed in: 'I have done it actually and not that long ago. I came into the studio and everyone was like, you might have left your mic on, luckily it was only a lady like tinkle, not like this guy!'
After watching the politician's mishap, which took place in 2015, Holly struggled to contain her giggles as she joked: 'Oh that's brilliant. We all love a fart gag, we really do.'
Giddy display: On Wednesday's edition of the ITV daytime show, the presenter, 39, left her co-host Phillip Schofield, 57, in stitches as she discussed the recent incident
'Luckily it was only a lady like tinkle': The TV star admitted that she was caught off-guard when studio crew members informed her that the equipment was still in operation
Inspiration: Blonde beauty Holly spoke about the blunder as Phil referred to the pair's favourite viral videos, including Mayor Dale Ross' similar mishap in 2015 (pictured)
The duo's playful segment comes after they revealed why they'll continue to host This Morning live from the studio amid the coronavirus pandemic.
During Tuesday's instalment, Holly and Phil explained they're still required to come into work as the government have classed them as 'essential workers', after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson plunged the nation into a lockdown.
Addressing their viewers following Boris' speech on Monday, media personality Phil said: 'Lets start off by explaining probably for the first time ever, why we are here today.'
His co-star - who practised social distancing by sitting a few feet away from him - added: 'The government has classed us as essential workers for the time being, as we are here to answer your questions and inform you on what is happening.'
'We're essential workers': The duo's playful segment comes after they revealed why they'll continue to host This Morning live from the studio amid the coronavirus pandemic
Phil highlighted that their studio crew has been scaled back, adding: 'We are running with a skeleton staff and for now on, with lots of people working from home.
'In fact, the mobile crew have brought the cameras through from GMB through a hole in the wall. There are millions of others quite rightly staying at home.'
On Monday night, the head of the government ordered the immediate closure of all non-essential shops and Best IPTV Box 2020 threatened people with fines or even arrest if they do not 'stay at home'.
The shutdown will last for a minimum of three weeks and the UK's new state of emergency is unprecedented in modern history.
Gatherings of more than two people have been banned in the most dramatic curbs on freedom ever seen in Britain in time of peace or war, as the government goes all out to stop the spread of the killer disease, which has claimed over 400 lives in the country.