While Phillip Schofield, 56, happily gobbled up James’ red wine poached pear, his co-host was still feeling delicate after the talk show won their second consecutive National Television Award last night.
“I can’t do this today,” she sighed, as she held her hand over her mouth and continued to retch for the second time today. “I’m ok, I’ve got this glass of water.”
Phillip, admitted he was also a little fragile, but beamed: “As I’m coming around you’re going wrong,” while chomping on an alcoholic fruit and drinking a particularly large glass of wine.
“Who are you?” Holly Willoughby, 35, gasped. “You’re a machine!”
Holly Willoughby gags on James Martin's pudding during This Morning
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I can’t do this today
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But James wasn’t having any of it and proceed to playfully storm out of the ITV studio, before barking: “In the 23 years I've been on TV doing cookery shows and that's never happened to me.”
While they managed to successfully shed their red carpet garments, Holly almost vomited as they opened today’s instalment of the talk show.
“We have made it in,” Phillip proudly beamed. “We’re not in brilliant condition but at least we’re not wearing last night’s clothes.”
Holly couldn't cope with James' creme brulee after last night's National Television Awards
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were a little delicate on today's This Morning
“What’s happened to your voice?” Holly gasped. “Did you leave it out somewhere?”
This Morning paid tribute to the late Denise Robertson during their NTA victory speech last night after the programme’s long-serving Agony Aunt passed away of cancer last year.
"We'll start on a sort of serious note, just to say that this time last year we had Denise Robertson on stage with us and we really miss her,” Phillip told the 20,000 strong audience. "So, this is for Denise Robertson this year."
This Morning airs weekdays at 10.30am on ITV.