This Morning's Phillip Schofield can't stop laughing as Holly Willoughby drops her tissue in live TV blunder

Megan Davies
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This Morning presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby are used to styling out the odd live TV blunder, and they've certainly had a fair few hiccups this week already.

And it turns out that today's (March 26) show was no exception, as an awkward mishap from Holly led to her co-presenter Phil cracking up right in the middle of a game of, you guessed it, Spin to Win.

Anyone who's been watching This Morning recently know that the game is prone to going wrong, but on Thursday's show it wasn't the fact that no-one was picking up the phone or not saying the pass phrase that derailed the segment.

Nope, instead it was Holly's celebratory cheer when everything went right that led to a tissue flying out of her sleeve as a stunned Phil couldn't stop laughing at the incident.

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"I thought you'd lost your pants, then!" he commented to a flustered Holly.

"It was my tissue up my sleeve," Holly countered. "I keep it there in case I go to sneeze or to cough – I've got to catch it and bin it, guys!"

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While other TV programmes and ITV shows have been winding down in recent weeks due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, This Morning is one of the few that is still airing live, with the government classing the show as a "essential service".

In a bid to reduce the spread of the virus, however, Phil and Holly have been doing their own make-up and being their own glam squad as the show's production team has been reduced, which led to Holly suffering a bit of a fashion faux pas during a Good Morning Britain link earlier this week.

This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10am.

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