Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield in hysterics after mishearing expert say ‘camel toe’ on This Morning

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield in hysterics after mishearing expert say ‘camel toe’ on This Morning

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THIS Morning’s Holly Willoughby and co-host Phillip Schofield collapsed into hysterics after mistakenly believing a fashion guru was talking about a model’s “camel toe”.

The pair rocked with laughter after the misunderstanding, which came about when expert Shane Chin referred to an overcoat having a “camel tone”.

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby were in hysterics on This Morning

The Boohoo designer explained: “The camel tone – camel tone I said – just lifts the monochrome palette.”

Holly and Phillip instantly burst into laughter, with Phillip throwing his head back while Holly admitted: “My eyebrows did go up.”
Smiling, Shane then threw his arms opens and cried: “Holly, come on!”

Blushing, the presenter then apologised and tried to steer the conversation back to the fashion segment, saying: “The next one is really smart too.”

A male model has been showing off a ‘camel tone’ overcoat
The hosts tried to quickly move on from the embarrassing misunderstanding

Earlier in the show, Holly said she was left feeling “numb” after she and Phillip tried out a ‘gong bath’ live on air.

The pair were taking part in a new wellness trend that involves sound therapy and a giant gong being banged over your head to send vibrations through your body.

Holly and Phil then lay on the floor, the studio lights were dimmed and the treatment – which costs around £20 a session – began.

“I will have a sleep now,” Phillip joked, as Leo told him: “No snoring.”


First Leo banged the larger of two gongs hanging from a wooden structure, before picking up a smaller gong and banging it over Phil’s head.

“Oooh, I feel that!” exclaimed Holly. “It almost makes your head feel numb, do you know what I mean?”

Clearly a bit concerned about the reaction his co-host was having, Phil then asked: “Do people’s heads normally go numb?”


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