Holly Willoughby: I won't party all night after awards this time

This Morning’s Holly Willoughby said she would not be reprising her all-night partying stint after the TV Choice Awards.

The star and co-host Phillip Schofield arrived to present the popular ITV breakfast show in January after an all-night celebratory party for the National Television Awards.

Holly was wearing the white dress from the award show and Phillip was still in his suit from the night before.

The pair pretended to fall asleep on the This Morning couch and admitted they had been up all night celebrating at an after-party held by Ant McPartlin.

The TV presenter said she “doubted” this evening would end the same way.

She said: “I don’t think so. I mean, I didn’t plan to do that last time. I doubt it, I doubt it very much.”

The presenting duo returned to work today after a few weeks off for the annual holiday.

Holly said: “I didn’t actually watch any telly at all. I watched three movies and that was it. I just detoxed from everything like that to get away, sit with the family and have our evenings together. And we didn’t really put the TV on.”

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