Holly Willoughby to take two weeks off This Morning to film show for BBC

Holly Willoughby is reportedly taking a two-week break from This Morning to shoot a show for the BBC.

Holly will present Wim Hof’s superstar Survival alongside comedian Lee Mack and will fly back to the UK on weekends to film Dancing On Ice alongside Phillip.

Hungry Bear Media’s series will follow a group of thoughtful celebrities who embark on an epic adventure of self-improvement and face a unique test of mental strength like no other under the guidance of “extreme athletes” and well – his icon Wim Hof, also known as “The Iceman”.

Participating celebrities will face fierce and death defying challenges in Europe’s harshest conditions, on a journey of self-discovery to conquer their demons, from anxiety and insomnia to persistent health conditions.

Holly said, “I can’t wait to work with Lee and Wim on this show. Lee is a favorite in our house because he’s so incredibly funny and I’ve been a long time fan of Wim – he’s a genius who is incredibly passionate about helping others. This show is going to be brilliantly entertaining and you never know … you may also find out some things that could help you along the way. “

A source said The sun: “Holly loved I’m a Celeb so much that it gave her the confidence to go into business for herself and do more mainstream solo TV projects. Holly did an excellent job completing Ant and was one of the highlights of the show this year.

“She has great career ambitions and is starting the year the way she plans to.”

The insider added, “However, she absolutely loves This Morning and her on-screen partnership with Phillip so she’s not going anywhere in the long term. She’s just grateful that ITV bosses give her the freedom to do her own projects. “

There have been rumors that Holly might be leaving her role on This Morning for some time – but she has denied the claims.

“I never think like that. I feel very lucky to be on this show. The show changes so much, I think that’s the beauty of it This morning“She said,” It recently had the highest ratings in 15 years. It’s going really well, which is extraordinary for a show that has been around for so long. And I think because it changes and evolves and adapts. ”

She added, “But I think this show can teach us a little; as long as we keep evolving and changing and moving on and being happy to flow with things.”


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