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This Morning's Holly Willoughby left 'squirming' in disgust at studio guest's announcement

Holy Willoughby was left 'squirming' in disgust after a studio guest made an announcement moments into Wednesday's This Morning., having been convinced that she was being set up by bosses a day earlier.

After being handed victory in the closely fought Pancake Race against co-host Phillip Schofield a day earlier on the ITV show, Holly was back at the helm alongside Phillip for the third time this week for the two and a half live broadcast, which included a sit down chat with new Unforgotten star Sinead Keenan.

The actress' appearance was teased by the presenters at the very start of Wednesday's This Morning, when they also crossed over to one of their resident chefs, Michaela Chiappa, in the kitchen right next to them. And it was when Michaela began to explain what she'd be making for them to try that Holly began to look far from impressed.

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Michaela declared she was on hand to show people how to make quick pasta bakes, but as she mentioned that she had "one with tuna," Holly began to grimace as Phillip started to laugh, knowing fine well that Holly can't stand tuna. Picking up on Holly's far from impressed reaction, Michaela added: "That's why we've got three!"

Referencing what happened on Tuesday's show when she was convinced that producers were going to make her eat a pancake with tuna in, Holly responded: "I'm not doing a blind taste test on this one, like we did with the pancakes. Not a chance!"

Michaela's cooking demonstration took place around two hours into the show and, as expected, when it was put in front of her, Holly refused to eat the tuna. Her passionate hatred of the fish is something she's mentioned on numerous occasions on This Morning, describing it as her 'nemesis' and likening it to cat food.

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