Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby are desperate for a 'Holly and Fearne Go Dating' comeback.

Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby on 'Lorraine'

Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby on 'Lorraine'

The 35-year-old radio presenter and the 36-year-old 'This Morning' co-host joined forces on the reality show in 2007, which saw the close friends help find the perfect match for their contestants, and the pair are keen to bring back the programme for a second series.

Speaking on 'Lorraine' on Tuesday (14.03.17), which saw the former 'Top of the Pops' presenter helm the breakfast show, she said: " It's been so weird but so lovely. Having a catch-up, which just happens to be on TV.

"We should do another show together.

"It was 10 years ago we did 'Holly and Fearne Go Dating'.

"It was really good fun.

"It was the perfect place to have a TV show. We were watching other people go on a date and eating nice food and having a lovely drink.

"We were sat at a bar, having a cocktail or two or three! It was all the chaos of 'Hell's Kitchen' and we were eating and drinking something lovely. It's no wonder it was a one hit wonder."

However, Holly - who has Chester, two, Belle, five, and Harry, seven, with her husband Daniel Baldwin - has hinted she doesn't think the programme will return to the TV screens any time soon because of the long bar tab they clocked up during filming.

Holly said: "I don't think we have changed then I look at that and we have.

"No wonder there was only one series."

To which Fearne - who has four-year-old son Rex and 18-month-old daughter Honey with her husband Jesse Wood - replied: "[We] sat at the bar drinking a cocktail.

"They couldn't deal with the bar bill at the end of the show."

Meanwhile, the 'Celebrity Juice' co-hosts have revealed their long-lasting friendship started at an early age when the pair "just clicked" when they first met.

Speaking previously about their friendship, Fearne said: "We were about 19 when we met, and we just clicked. We were at the same stage in our lives, we were both presenting children's TV and we were excited about our career."