Will Holly Willoughby join The One Show after leaving This Morning?

Television presenter Holly Willoughby has recently made headlines as speculation mounts about her future in the industry following her departure from the hit ITV show This Morning after 14 years. The 42-year-old star’s decision to leave the show came as a surprise to many, particularly after it was revealed that she had been the target of a terrifying kidnap plot.

In a heartfelt Instagram post, Holly expressed her gratitude towards everyone she had worked with on the show over the years, writing: “To everyone who has ever worked on the show, thank you so so much. This is such a difficult goodbye, you are incredible and I forever will be proud of what we’ve done together. Thank you to everyone at ITV for being supportive. To every guest who has sat on our sofa, thank you. Most of all, thank you to the wonderful viewers. You’ve been so loyal, so supportive, and the very best company every day.”

What Does the Future Hold for Holly Willoughby?

Since stepping away from This Morning, speculation has been rife about what Holly’s next career move will be. Bookmakers have weighed in on the discussion, predicting a possible return to This Morning as one of her options, with odds set at 5/1. However, another potential venture for Holly is a move to The One Show, where she could join Alex Jones on the sofa. This possibility carries odds of 10/1. The bookies have also suggested that Holly could participate in Strictly Come Dancing, either as a host or as a contestant, with odds of 50/1. Additionally, there is speculation about a potential appearance on I’m A Celebrity, with odds set at 66/1.

There are several other television ventures that have been proposed for Holly, including a spot on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, a presenting role on Sky Sports, and participation in A Question of Sport as either a host or contestant. Odds for these options are all set at 100/1. However, the least likely possibility according to bookmakers is joining TNT as a presenter, which carries odds of 200/1.