Holly Willoughby shares hilarious throwback snap of her 'S Club TV' days – which she hosted alongside Hollywood heart-throb Ben Barnes
The This Morning host, who is a firm telly favourite alongside Phillip Schofield, responded to a post on Twitter from The London Studios, showing a picture of young Holly working on the programme 'S Club TV' back in 2000.
"Today @hollywills is at @TMLiveEvent ..17 years ago she was in Studio 3 for S Club TV on CITV! #ThrowbackThursday @ChildrensITV!" they wrote.
Now 36, Holly decided to share the hilarious throwback snap with her 7.26 million followers, writing a simple "Oh wow!" to her masses of fans.
And many were quick to comment on the hilarious image, with one writing: "I bet it brought back some memories," with another gushing: "You look so young and beautiful but you're better now, just like wine – better with age!"
And Holly wasn’t the only famous face in the youthful crowd – with Hollywood movie star Ben Barnes, star of Dorian Gray and The Chronicles of Narnia, also featured on the top row of the snap.
Previously, Ben told the Sunday Mirror he wasn’t too much of a fan of being on the show.
"I don't think I was a very good TV presenter," he revealed years ago.
"My job was to interview stars, but every week they had me putting the questions to a floating tennis ball while someone else went off and met the star and they added my bit later. It was bizarre," he said.
But Holly has gone from strength to strength in her presenting career.
Her and Phil are renowned for their skills on early morning television – but often end up in fits of giggles in each other’s company.
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