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This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield funniest moments and filthiest innuendos
As part of This Morning's 30th birthday celebrations, the TV pair watched their naughtiest innuendos and funniest blunders. This Morning revealed their filthiest moments during a montage to celebrate the show's 30th birthday. Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby got the giggles again as they watched themselves and other This Morning presenters cracking up on air. Introducing the segment, Holly said: "Over the last 30 years we've had plenty of laughs on this show but it's normally the naughty things that get us going the most. The hosts and viewers at home were left in hysterics with the hilarious clips, which included Gino D'Acampo's "sausage in the hole" and Eamonn Holmes learning what a "dog's lipstick" is. In the video above , you can see some of the funniest innuendos from 30 years of This Morning.
Decided to get pleasure from their victory as an alternative of getting 40 winks, they got here straight in to host This Morning nonetheless of their apparel for the awards ceremony. The presenters introduced the entire present to a standstill three years in the past when Holly made an odd noise as she giggled. What was that noise? Not an opportunity! Like an overexcited manchild, Phil waved each arms within the air as went spherical and spherical inflicting a babble of laughter from the crew.
Holly and Phil turning up to present after the NTAs in 2016
The top 10 list of the funniest TV moments comes as new research by chocolate brand Maltesers ahead of Comic Relief shows Britons can't resist taking embarrassing photos of their friends. In fact, three out of 10 millennials have up to 19 funny pictures of friends and family stored on their phones. It also found four out of 10, 18 to 24 year olds have posted a funny selfie on social media in the past month. This Morning hosts Holly, 38, and Phil, 56, topped the poll with 42 per cent of votes when they burst into laughter trying to say the name of weatherman Tomasz Schafernaker when he was a guest on the show. King of the jungle Redknapp, 71, followed with 23 per cent of votes for inhaling witchetty grubs last year and year-old Cumberbatch's funny photobomb scored 18 per cent. Maltesters, which quizzed 2, UK adults, also found a fifth of Londoners have photos on their phone they don't want anyone to see while 25 per cent of Northern Irish selfie-takers prefer embarrassing pictures over nice ones.