Holly Willoughby

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Current revision as of 23:42, 14 July 2021

Contents

Shows

Celebrity Juice (team captain)

Celebrity Wrestling (ITV2 coverage)

Dancing on Ice

Fame Academy (CBBC coverage)

Grease is the Word (ITV2 coverage)

I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! (stand-in)

Junior Eurovision Song Contest (UK heat)

Meet the Parents

Name That Tone (team captain)

Play to the Whistle

Saturday Showdown

Showbiz Darts (participant)

Streetmate

Take Off

The Masked Dancer (guest panellist)

The Voice UK

The X Factor (ITV2 coverage)

X-periMENTAL

Biography

Born in Brighton in 1981, Holly Willoughby made her television debut on S Club TV, a spin-off from the S Club 7 band. She became a regular on the BBC, before moving to ITV in 2004, to host music show CD:UK and the Saturday morning shows Ministry of Mayhem and Saturday Showdown; she won a Children's BAFTA award for the latter programme. Between 2006-11 she was the female host of Dancing on Ice and has become the new face on This Morning, replacing Fern Britton. In 2012 she became the host of singing competition The Voice.

She married TV producer Dan Baldwin in August 2007. The couple have three children together, a son named Harry, born in May 2009, a girl named Belle, born in April 2011 and a son named Chester, born in September 2014.

Trivia

Before TV presenting, she was a model for Pretty Polly bras.

Web links

IMDb entry

Fan site

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