Holly Willoughby

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Holly Willoughby introduced this 12 months’s season of I am a Movie star alongside Declan Donnelly

Holly Willoughby has stated she is not going to return to current I am a Movie star… Get Me Out of Right here, calling the position a “as soon as in a lifetime journey”.

The This Morning host had stepped in to interchange Ant McPartlin throughout this 12 months’s season of the truth TV present.

This 12 months’s ultimate episode attracted the collection’ highest viewer numbers in 5 years.

However Willoughby has dominated out a return, saying her place on the programme was a “one-off”.

“I simply do not assume it is even an choice,” she told The Sun throughout the launch of Dancing on Ice.

“I am not even fascinated about that. I will be at house with everybody else, having a glass of wine, watching it as everybody else is.”

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Ant McPartlin (far left) is because of return to Britain’s Obtained Expertise in 2019

Willoughby introduced the most recent collection of the present alongside long-running host, Declan Donnelly, following the conviction of his presenting accomplice Ant McPartlin for drink-driving offenses.

Regardless of some tepid critiques of her debut – with Sean O’Grady at The Independent evaluating Dec and Holly to “a pair who’ve lastly determined to get married, however realise just a few months in that they may have made a horrible mistake” – Willoughby proved a success with viewers.

A median of 10.9 million folks tuned in to the ultimate episode of the present, to look at former Tottenham soccer supervisor Harry Redknapp be topped king of the jungle.

Whereas McPartlin has taken break day from TV presenting to attend rehab, he’s anticipated to return to screens within the new 12 months, with plans to film Britain’s Got Talent auditions in January.

As for Willoughby, her co-host on This Morning – Philip Schofield – has shared an image of the pair the Pure Historical past Museum ice rank, saying: “We’re again collectively”.