Holly Willoughby thinks she would be "horrendous" on 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The 36-year-old television personality has revealed she has no plans to take part on the BBC competition because she claims she is not "good" at dancing, and she thinks she would be on par with Ed Balls who was voted out in week 10 of last year's series.
Speaking about the possibility of appearing on the programme to the Daily Star newspaper, the blonde-haired beauty said: "Everyone would be watching me do it and that would be horrendous because I'm not very good at dancing.
"I'd probably be as bad as Ed Balls. I'd be more Ed Balls than Abbey Clancy, put it that way."
However, the 'This Morning' co-host - who regularly helms the show with Phillip Schofield - has revealed she would "love" to learn how to dance and to perfect her moves, but not on television, which is broadcasted to a large audience.
She said: "I'd love to learn to dance but I wouldn't want to do it on telly."
Meanwhile, Holly - who has Harry, seven, Belle, six, and Chester, two, with her husband Daniel Baldwin - is growing increasingly frustrated by speculation she is pregnant.
Speaking previously about the growing speculation around his colleague, Phillip said: "The minute she's off poorly everyone says she's pregnant. If we do an item with drinks she doesn't like and she doesn't have one, it's 'ooh she must be pregnant'. It drives her mad."
Holly had to take a couple of days away from the show earlier this month after falling ill.
Speaking on the show at the time, Phillip said: "Holly is not well. There is a bug in the Willoughby-Baldwin household, and Belle [her daughter] is ill again. So she's not well and also having to cope with poorly children as well."