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Holly Willoughby In Hysterics On 'This Morning' At Very NSFW Pictures Drawn By Kids

Holly Willoughby In Hysterics On 'This Morning' At Very NSFW Pictures Drawn By Kids

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were left crying with laughter after they asked viewers to send their children's "naughty drawings" on This Morning.


While the kids believed they were drawing perfectly innocent pictures of animals, aliens and even their beloved mums and dads, it turned out their depictions were perhaps a little more NSFW than first intended.

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And Holly and Phil could barely make their way through the ITV daytime segment as they were faced with the sketches for the first time while live on air.

Trust us, these are some absolute corkers.

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield couldn't contain themselves (Credit: ITV)
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield couldn't contain themselves (Credit: ITV)

One was a depiction of E.T. from viewer Stacey's daughter that first set Phil off. In the sketch, the alien stands there brandishing his 'phone home finger' - but unfortunately it looks a little more like *something else*.

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The 57-year-old could barely contain himself amid fits of giggles as he introduced the image, while Holly, 38, just about managed to mutter that it was "lovely".

E.T was the first sketch to set the presenters off (Credit: ITV)
E.T was the first sketch to set the presenters off (Credit: ITV)

While Holly kept her giggles in check for the next image, introducing a hilarious naked picture one child had drawn of their mother, it was a picture of a new sweet dispenser a little girl had dreamed up that finally broke her.

The dispenser was unfortunately named 'Ball Licker,' and before the presenting duo could even get through its introduction both Phil and Holly's loud cackling could be hard off-camera.

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And can you blame them? Just look at it. So pure, and yet so, so wrong.

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This sweet dispenser was ruder than intended (Credit: ITV)
This sweet dispenser was ruder than intended (Credit: ITV)

As is so often the case when Phil and Holly start giggling, it all went downhill from there.

The next offering - a rather phallic shaped necklace a little boy had designed his mother in art class - caused Holly to cover her face to conceal the extent of her laughter.

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One kid made a phallic necklace (Credit: ITV)
One kid made a phallic necklace (Credit: ITV)
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And as the art work kept coming, it wasn't long before she was squealing, too.

Our personal favourite is the Unicorn drawn by one child, with a rather questionable horn on its head.

This unicorn had a questionable horn on its head (Credit: ITV)
This unicorn had a questionable horn on its head (Credit: ITV)
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"Unicorns are tricky ones aren't they," Holly somehow managed to utter in a bid to console the child.

Meanwhile, a pony with legs that look a little inappropriate is not going to be leaving our heads any time soon.

This pony had Holly and Phil in stitches (Credit: ITV)
This pony had Holly and Phil in stitches (Credit: ITV)

Ah kids. You've gotta love em.

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: This Morning, Children, Holly Willoughby, Phillip Schofield, Funny, ITV

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