We’re wondering how Holly Willoughby’s head is this morning, following the video she and her friends shared yesterday afternoon, predicting in song that they would ‘be hungover’ as they headed for a drinking session together.
The This Morning presenter, who had been rather put off by a spider invading the set earlier this week, was joined by her pals Nicole Appleton and Universal music executive Shiarra Bell in the clip, recorded as they were being driven in the car to their plans together.
The TikTok video, which they all shared to their respective Instagram accounts too, began with Shiarra leaning forward in her seat, singing: ‘I’m gonna be hungover.’
Turning the camera towards Holly, the 41-year-old TV star, wearing a cream crocheted cardigan, then chimed in, repeating the line in a tuneful voice.
The song continued with All Saints star Nicole adding ‘I’m gonna drink a bunch of different drinks’, before the three leaned in together, with Holly raising her hand in the air as they finished: ‘And I’m gonna be hungover!’
Sharing the video, Holly tagged Haim in the caption, as they took inspiration from the band last month, who first recorded the lyrics and tune while on their way to the Academy Awards.
Sisters Este Haim, 36, Danielle Haim, 33, and Alana Haim, 30, shared the impromptu duet ahead of the Oscars where Alana’s film debut, Licorice Pizza, was up for some gongs.
Holly and co’s rendition went down a storm with friends and fans online.
‘OMG ladies please invite me next time,’ wrote broadcaster and This Morning contributor Vanessa Feltz (and we don’t blame her one bit).
Vanessa was also assured of her spot next time, with Shiarra responding: ‘yassssss❤️’
Fans also shared their praise of the trio’s efforts, with one noting their ‘commitment’.
‘New girl band,’ joked another, while one fan wrote: ‘I didn’t know @hollywilloughby could sing.’
Let’s hope the hangovers have been gentle!
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