So you do wonder where the next generation will come from.(On her experiences of working with Stephen Mulhern) Working with Stephen is certainly a lot of fun - Although I'm sure that, if he had his way, he'd probably want to saw me in half every week!As it is, I've lost count of how many times he's cut me in half, chopped my head off, stuck spikes through me or had me floating fifteen feet off the ground.Her first show aired live on 14 September 2009, and currently hosts the programme from Monday - Thursday mornings alongside Phillip Schofield, with Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes co-hosting on Fridays.Since 2011, Willoughby has co-presented live charity telethon Text Santa, alongside Ant & Dec in 2011 and Phillip Schofield in 2012.Holly Marie Willoughby is a British TV presenter as well as a model. She also worked in BBC One and additionally in CITV.They’ve a son and a daughter and as of 2014, they may be expecting their third child.Willoughby has starred in all eleven series to date.
He said that they failed to have physical relationship, but shared the same bed by which Holly used to sleep nude, daily. Holly has a tight work schedule that gets lots of pressure on her private life.But, apart from that, it's fun and I never know what's coming next.Holly Marie Willoughby (born 10 February 1981) is an English television presenter and model, best known for her current television work with ITV and formerly BBC One.After the run of the show ended in 2006, she moved on to presenting for primetime television, and has since served as host or presenter for such programs as “Dancing on Ice’, “Celebrity Wrestling: Bring It On”, “Lip Service”, “The Xtra Factor”, and “This Morning”.While presenting Ministry of Mayhem (2004), she often acted as an assistant to her co-presenter, magician Stephen Mulhern, in performances of various illusions including having a sword pushed through her neck and being sawed in half.
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After stepping down from Dancing on Ice, Willoughby began presenting The Voice UK on BBC One which she hosted for two series with Reggie Yates, but, she was replaced by Emma Willis for the third series in 2014.