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Holly Willoughby pulls out of This Morning again - find out who her replacement is

Sharnaz Shahid

Holly Willoughby has been forced to pull out of her presenting duties on This Morning once again. The TV star was replaced on Tuesday's show by Phillip Schofield's former Going Live! co-host Sarah Greene. Prior to the show, ITV confirmed that Holly was still unwell with a "sickness bug". This Morning's Twitter account shared: "With @hollywills still unwell, today we're Going Live! @Schofe is reuniting with @RealSarahGreene to present today's show.

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It's been more than 20 years since Phillip and Sarah presented Going Live! together. Sharing his delight at their reunion, the 55-year-old tweeted: "Well nostalgia fans, as poor @hollywills is still not well... we're 'Going Live' on @thismorning with my co-host for the day." Once the show aired, Phillip explained that Holly has been feeling unwell because of a bug that's been going around the "Willoughby household". Sarah, 58, told viewers: "I'm happy to keep Holly's seat warm while she's at home."

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Holly Willoughby forced to drop out of her presenting duties on Tuesday's This Morning

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It comes after Holly pulled out of Monday's edition of This Morning, with Phillip telling viewers the mother-of-three had been "sick on her cat". The TV presenter was joined by Celebrity Big Brother's Rylan Clark. "I got a text saying Rylan is coming in, and I said I'd present it on my own," teased Phillip. Insisting that his reluctance to present alongside Rylan was down to the "height problem," the 55-year-old joked that he would have to use a "booster seat". Rylan, 28, then quipped: "Phillip Schofield and an X Factor reject? Welcome to the end of This Morning!"

Turning his attention towards Holly, Phillip added: "If you're watching Holly, this is all your fault." He added: "She texted me this morning and you know the cat she's got that's peeing on the sofas and everywhere. She said, 'I've got up and I've just been sick on the cat.'"

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