Holly Willoughby Is Getting Her Own Christmas Show On The BBC
Get ready to deck the halls with boughs of Holly as viewers are going to see a lot more of Holly Willoughby this holiday season because she's landed her own Christmas TV special.
The presenting duo will front Take off With Bradley and Holly, which sees them gift lucky studio audience members with the chance to win the trip of a lifetime to Lapland. Think Surprise, Surprise but with a festive twist.
Announcing the special, BBC shared: "The show will be jam packed with games, incredible surprises, celebrity guests and much more leading up to a spectacular end of show finale."
Sounds like a right Christmas cracker!
Speaking about the festive show, Holly, 38, previously shared: "This Christmas Brad and I are going to be on the telly, on a Saturday night, surprising the nation with Christmas gifts of all shapes and sizes.
"And I couldn't be happier! Christmas is without doubt my favourite time of year. Happy Christmas everyone!"
While Bradley, 59, added: "Holly and I are going to help people have a wonderful Christmas this year... and we're going to have a right laugh whilst we do it! I can't wait to cheer up the nation with Holly at my side. Bring. It. On".
Kate Phillips Controller, Entertainment Commissioning, BBC, commented: "We're thrilled to have Holly and Bradley fronting 'Take Off' for BBC1.
"This one off special will see audience members compete for the trip of a lifetime, under the watchful eye of our fantastic, funny hosts".
Giving her social media fans a glimpse of the production in October, This Morning host Holly shared a selfie alongside Bradley and said the show was "looking good".
Captioning the post, she said: "Spent a dreamy afternoon with this bundle of joy! First day filming for #takeoff @bbc ... things are looking good @bradderswalsh ... can't wait for the next one xxx."
However, the broadcaster has yet to announce when the special will air over Christmas.
Take Off With Bradley and Holly joins Tom Hardy's A Christmas Carol, Gavin & Stacey and Call the Midwife Christmas specials billed for the BBC this December.
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