Philip Schofield And Holly Willoughby Hungover On 'This Morning' Following NTAs

Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield appeared a tad worse for wear during their appearance on This Morning on Wednesday following Tuesday night's boozy National Television Awards.

The presenters continued their nine-year winning streak as they bagged another Best Daytime Show, and of course they celebrated in true Holly and Phil style.

Following their night on the tiles, Holly and Phil rocked up late to the This Morning studios, leaving Alison Hammond to open the show.

Just after Alison revealed what would be coming up, the camera cut to the presenters entering the studios on the back of motorbikes, complete with leather jackets and award in hand.

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Credit: PA Images

Phil said: "Thank you guys, what a hell of a night. I'm about to be sick in the helmet I think."

Holly comforted Phil, who was looking to be struggling, telling him: "Come on we can do this together. You'll be fine."

He responded: "I'm worse than you this year. Ready to start again?"

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Credit: ITV

It wasn't just This Morning that bagged an award at this year's NTAs as Holly also accepted an award for last year's I'm A Celebrity, on behalf of Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly after covering during Ant's absence in the most recent series.

After the series won the Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award, Holly accepted it revealing she'd 'spoken to the boys.'

She said the experience had given her the chance to "jump into one of [her] favourite shows."

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Credit: PA Images

"I spoke to the boys earlier tonight and they told me to say thank you to everyone for voting, it's something very close to their heart," she said. "I managed to jump into one of my favourite TV shows."

We think it's fair to say Holly and Phil earned their right to be just a little worse for wear during their This Morning appearance.

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Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on

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