Holly Willoughby and Bradley Walsh's Take Off to return to BBC

Tasha Hegarty
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From Digital Spy

Pack your cases and have your passports to hand as This Morning's Holly Willoughby and The Chase's Bradley Walsh are teaming up once again for a new BBC One show.

They joined forces last year for a Christmas special, Take Off with Bradley and Holly, which was meant to be a one-off show, but now it's back with a series order.

The show will see audience members compete in a variety of entertaining games and challenges with the hope of winning an exciting holiday.

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There will also be incredible surprises and inspirational stories for deserving winners as well as celebrity appearances. What more could you want?

In a joint statement, Bradley and Holly said: "We're really excited to be working together again on Take Off. We had so much fun last time and can't wait to give more families the chance to win an amazing holiday."

If you're interested in the chance to jet off on an amazing holiday, you can register for a potential boarding pass by nominating team mates to join you, secretly nominating someone else deserving of a holiday, or (if you're a bit meaner) secretly nominating someone for a prank.

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All you have to do is email take-part@hungrybear.tv to find out more about it.

Kate Phillips, Controller, Entertainment Commissioning, BBC, says: "I'm so pleased that Brad and Holly will be returning to BBC One with more Take Off. With memorable, play along games and our hosts' infectious energy, Take Off will give everyone a lift."

We're off to pack our flip flops and sun cream now!

Take Off with Bradley and Holly will air on BBC One later this year.

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