Holly Willoughby responds to reports she's LEAVING This Morning for her own show
Holly is being hailed as the 'new queen of Saturday night TV'
Holly Willoughby has responded to reports that she is gearing up to QUIT This Morning after nine years on the ITV magazine show.
It was recently reported that she is in talks to host her own primetime show after impressing TV bosses during her stint co-hosting I'm A Celebrity with Declan Donnelly.
A source told The Mirror: ‘TV production companies are looking at giving Holly her own primetime show.
'They think she would do a fantastic job but it is about finding the right programme for her.
‘Some think she could be the new queen of Saturday night TV.’
However, fans of Holly and Phillip Schofield need not worry as it’s been confirmed that she isn’t going anywhere - at least not yet anyway.
An ITV spokesman told The Sun Online: ‘This is simply not true. There have been no conversations about Holly having her own show.’
And a representative for Holly called the reports ‘completely untrue’.
Viewers of This Morning can expect to see Holly back on the sofa alongside Phil in the New Year after she takes a well-earned break over Christmas following her stint in the Australian jungle.
Holly stepped in to co-host this year's show with Dec after Ant McPartlin decided to take some time off to continue with his recovery, following his arrest in March for drinking and driving.
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Jenni McKnight is a beauty, lifestyle and entertainment journalist, currently US Lifestyle Editor for HELLO! Online. She has also written for HELLO! Magazine, GoodTo, CelebsNow, Daily Mirror and Yahoo! Her first big break came when she interned on the Guilty Pleasures showbiz desk at Metro newspaper. She has since worked on the online lifestyle team at Woman & Home and Woman and was Senior Content Editor at CelebsNow.