Holly Willoughby speaks out on This Morning future: Keep evolving and changing

Holly Willoughby introduces her new puppy Bailey on This Morning

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Presenter Holly Willoughby, 40, will appear on ITV’s pre-filmed The Jonathan Ross Show this weekend, where she explains to viewers the truth about retirement rumours which have been circulating. She expressed how This Morning evolves and adapts, admiring the show for “moving on”.

Discussing the possibility of retiring, she told presenter Jonathan Ross, 61: “I never think like that.

“I feel very lucky to be on that show. The show changes so much, I think that’s the beauty of This Morning.

“Recently, it’s had the highest ratings it’s had in 15 years.

“It’s doing really, really well which is extraordinary for a show that’s been around for as long as it has.

“And I think because it changes and it evolves and it adapts.”

The Dancing on Ice host continued: “But I think that show has something to teach us a little bit; as long as we keep evolving and changing and moving on and happy to flow with things.”

Talking about her co-host Phillip Schofield on the show, which is set to air on Saturday evening, Holly added: “I’m very lucky to work with Phil.

“I can’t imagine a world without him being there. It just wouldn’t be the same.

“The magic of that show is us two together when we’re together.

“Fridays are different – Dermot [O’Leary] and Alison [Hammond] have their own unique magic.

“Co-hosts like that don’t come along very often. So when they do you have to hold tight.”

Phillip has been presenting the hit daytime programme with Holly since she joined the show, having been a part of This Morning since 2002.

Opening up on her relationship with the 59-year-old, she went on: “I do really love him. I really love him.

“We’re lucky, we really are. I’ve read those things, too.

“It hurts sometimes because it’s so unfair and untrue, so it’s difficult sometimes.

“We’re just incredibly lucky. So no, I’m not retiring, that’s a really long answer.”

She also discussed a new addition to her family – a dog, Bailey.

“She is the sweetest, sweetest thing,” she commented. “We’ve always been a cat family.

“They’ve [the kids] been going on and on about it. We decided this was the right time.”

The Jonathan Ross Show airs Saturday at 10.30pm on ITV and ITV Hub.

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