Where was Holly Willougby last week and why hasn't she been on This Morning?

HOLLY Willoughby has long been a regular staple of our daily routine, best known for brightening up our week days on This Morning.

The ITV host usually presents the daytime show from Monday to Thursday, but Holly was absent from the show today (November 16, 2021.)

Why was Holly Willoughby not on This Morning?

Holly was absent from the show today (November 16, 2021), leaving viewers wondering why.

Luckily Phillip Schofield was on hand to explain where his co-host was, and why she wasn't in the This Morning studio.

The veteran presenter revealed she had a "tummy bug" and wished her to "get well soon".

Holly has been absent a number of times from the show in April 2021.

She was initially absent from the show for two weeks of Easter holiday, but took an unexpected extra week off.

Holly has remained tight-lipped on the reasons behind her extra week-long absence.

Who is replacing Holly on This Morning?

Holly's role alongside Phillip has been temporarily filled by former Big Brother winner Josie Gibson.

She was actually on her way to host today's competition when she got the call to host the show in the studio.

Josie is a TV personality who found fame when she won the 11th series of Big Brother in 2010.

She won 77.5 percent of the public vote (the highest ever) and later starred in Ultimate Big Brother.

The loveable star has tried her hand at a number of different things since leaving the BB house.

Her perfume, Josie, was released in 2011 along with limited edition hoodies on her website.

She also writes a regular column for Now magazine and was a showbiz reporter for OK! TV.

Josie is now a qualified personal trainer and has made two fitness DVDs and written a book – she lost an incredible seven stone through her own workout regime.

When will Holly return to This Morning?

Fear not Holly will be back on the show soon.

Phil told This Morning viewers she should return tomorrow (November 17, 2021).

This Morning kicks off from 10am.

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