Holly Willoughby has shared a hilarious behind the scenes video of herself and her This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield singing along to Mariah Cary's All I Want For Christmas during a Dancing on Ice shoot on Monday – and fans are thrilled.
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In the video, shared on Instagram, Holly and Phillip can be seen miming the Christmas classic into a microphone, and their performances are very impressive! The doting mum captioned her post: "BTS #dancingoniscechristmas… it's CHRIIIISSSSSTTTTTMAAAAAAAS!" and fans were quick to express their delight.
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Holly shared the hilarious video on Instagram
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Beneath the festive video, one wrote: "Great video. Look amazing." Another sweetly added: "Ah, I love that friendship!" Even Phil himself responded, simply leaving a heart emoji.
Holly and Phillip were in great spirits on Monday evening, when the former squashed reports that the pair had been feuding. During a press conference for the hit show Dancing on Ice, the TV star opened up about her relationship with Phillip, telling reporters including HELLO!: "Phil and I met on this show. There's a lot of history. You're going to set me off," she said. "This Morning and Dancing on Ice are such lovely shows to do and my kids love it too. I was quite emotional thinking about it because all of them were carried in my tummy on this show and when we finished I always went off and had the babies."
In a statement, an ITV spokesperson also denied the reports, saying: "It's deeply disappointing and unfair for Phillip to be the target of this sort of malicious gossip. Phillip is a much respected broadcaster and colleague and this is absolutely not a description of This Morning that we recognise. Holly and Phil are great friends both on and off screen and are popular among viewers and colleagues alike."
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