Holly’s credits extend from CD:UK to Dancing On Ice and Celebrity Juice – via daytime TV, The Voice and ITV’s revamped Surprise Surprise.
Holly Willoughby landed her first job in television when she joined the team of young presenters to host the Saturday morning show, S Club TV. This led on to her first acting role in S Club's LA 7. Holly has since gone on to co-host ITV's flagship Saturday morning show, Ministry of Mayhem and later, Dancing on Ice.
At the age of 14, Holly was discovered by Storm Modelling Agency whilst on a school trip. In just a few years she had been the face of Rimmel, the body of Pretty Polly and appeared on the covers of various women's magazines.
Holly’s presenting career includes stints on Call The Shots and Xperi-mental, along with fronting coverage of Fame Academy and Xchange (CBBC). She has co-hosted the Game Star Awards (ITV1), Junior Eurovision (ITV), and CD:UK, as well as 19 Management's Anniversary Party at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
She has also co-presented ITV2 coverage of Celebrity Wrestling: Bring It On, and recorded a show for CiTV called Feel The Fear.
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