Holly Willoughby can always be counted on to give us a scare with her Halloween costumes, and this year is no different! The Queen of Halloween has revealed her first costume of the spooky season (it's not uncommon for her to wear at least three!) and fans are loving the look. The TV presenter shared a photo of herself dressed as Morticia from The Addams Family. She looks scary yet stunning, wearing a black full-length latex dress from William Wilde, complete with gothic makeup and a black wig. The mum-of-three also wears pointed black Gina shoes and a Vickisarge ring in the photograph. She captioned the shot: "Well it’s Halloween again on @celebjuiceofficial [pumpkin emoji]... Morticia is out to play... Thank you for the most perfect dress."
Holly Willoughby as Morticia Addams
Fans were quick to praise Holly for such an amazing costume, with one writing: "OMG Holly unrecognisable," while another said: "Vamp it up Holly, you look amazing." and another joked: "You'd look amazing in a black bin bag to be fair." Celebrity Juice viewers will be able to see the full look in action when the show is aired next Wednesday. In recent years, Holly has shown off her costumes by dressing as characters including Zombie Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn and Zombie Alice In Wonderland.
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The stylish star also released come exciting news about her fashion collaboration with highstreet giants Marks & Spencer on Wednesday. She announced the winter collection alongside a photo of herself wearing a checked pencil skirt with a chic built-in-belt, a butterscotch-toned roll neck jumper, camel coat, and of course, her favourite nude high heels - all taken from the specially curated range. Speaking at the official launch of the edit last month, Holly said of the collaboration: "All of the pieces I've chosen I can see me wearing them, whether it's to work, on the telly, in my everyday life, doing the school run or whatever it is."
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