Holly Willoughby will return to 'This Morning' on Wednesday (23.03.22).
The 41-year-old TV presenter was absent from the ITV show last week after she tested positive for coronavirus, but her co-host Phillip Schofield has revealed Holly will be back alongside him tomorrow.
Speaking on the show, he said: "We're pleased to say she's negative and she's back tomorrow."
Upon hearing the news, Alison Hammond - who has stepped in for Holly during her absence, as has Josie Gibson - began to sing 'Celebration' by Kool and the Gang, but joked she was hoping for more fanfare.
She quipped: "I wanted confetti, I wanted the works."
Alison added: "Holly, we’re so glad you’re coming back."
ITV announced Holly would miss co-hosting the 'Dancing on Ice' semi-finals on March 13th after she tested positive for COVID.
A statement at the time read: "Unfortunately, Holly Willoughby is unable to host tonight's show after testing positive for COVID-19.
"We look forward to Holly returning for the 'Dancing on Ice' live final."
'Dancing on Ice' didn't air last Sunday due to FA Cup football, but Holly looks set to return for the final this Sunday (27.03.22) after testing negative for COVID.
On Monday's (21.03.22) 'This Morning', Phil revealed Holly had felt "absolutely fine" over the weekend, but she was still testing positive.
He said: "Welcome to your Monday this morning, Josie is back! I’ve been texting Holly all through the weekend and she’s absolutely fine.
"She just has that incredibly persistent and annoying red line that won’t go away. So she’ll be sitting at home - it’s driving her crazy."