Holly Willoughby distracts BBC viewers with unusual get up – did you see why?

Viewers were treated to a festive travel special this evening as Take Off with Bradley & Holly aired on BBC One. Holly Willoughby and Bradley Walsh fronted the show which saw the pair dishing out trips of a lifetime to Lapland to lucky audience members. However, viewers watching the festive special were distracted by Holly’s outfit and took to Twitter to praise the presenter for getting into the Christmas spirit.

Holly was dressed for the occasion in an all red Mrs Claus themed outfit with white fluffy outlining. 

The presenter wore a long-sleeved red fitted top with a red cape over her shoulders with white fluffy trimming. 

She matched this with a full length a-line skirt with two white fluffy trimmings down to the floor.

Fans of the This Morning presenter flocked to Twitter to praise her choice of outfit.  

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“Oh this old thing,” the This Morning presenter exclaimed.

“I can’t stop doing this, you’re going to have to stop me,” she added while twirling round in a circle. 

“You look absolutely brilliant,” Bradley commented.

Take Off with Bradley & Holly saw members of the audience be invited onto the stage to play a host of games to win a trip of a lifetime.

The studio included a departure board which flashed with two audience member groups who would go head-to-head to nab a seat on the Lapland flight.

One game saw two pairs compete to reduce the weight of their suitcases down to 10kg in the quickest amount of time.

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Another segment saw Bradley dress up as an elf and hide in one lucky family’s home as they tried to find him.

Curtis Pritchard and Strictly Come Dancing’s Johannes Radebe were on hand to help Holly and Bradley.

Take Off with Bradley & Holly is available on BBC iPlayer.


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