Holly Willoughby shrieks as spooky Halloween decoration ‘turns itself on’

Chastity Fabry

HOLLY Willoughby let out a loud shriek as a spooky Halloween decoration “turned itself on” in the television studio.

Co-presenter Josie Gibson was telling Holly about her best buys ahead of Halloween this weekend when they were unexpectedly interrupted.

Holly Willoughby let out a scream

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Holly Willoughby let out a screamCredit: ITV

The £118 toy started making noises – despite Josie turning it off.

Moments before, Holly had said: “It’s horrible. I feel like even when you unplug that at night it’s still going to do that.”

When it made Holly and Phillip Schofield jump as Josie spoke about the next toy, Holly shouted: “I told you it would do that!

“I said that. Its eyes aren’t lighting up now.”

Holly was wary for the rest of the show segment

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Holly was wary for the rest of the show segmentCredit: ITV

Freaked out about what had happened, Josie said: “I just turned that off, you saw me do that.

“I’m getting out of here in a minute.

“I’m going to try and act like there’s not a ghost in the studio now.”

Holly replied: “So creepy.”

The 'creepy' Halloween decoration scared Holly

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The ‘creepy’ Halloween decoration scared HollyCredit: ITV

Earlier in the show, Holly was told by a psychic that she’ll invent “cutting-edge technology” that will transform children’s books forever.

Psychic astrologist Jessica – who claims to have predicted coronavirus a year before it hit – gave her verdict on what the future holds for the This Morning presenter.

Holly Willoughby got a psychic reading

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Holly Willoughby got a psychic reading Credit: ITV

“I know you’ve done children’s books and working with your sister,” she told Holly on today’s show.

“When we’re looking at your future, we’re looking at children’s books getting converted into cutting edge technology.

“Even though this is a long time ago, it’s coming back and it’s the kind of technology that enables you to walk around inside your book.”

Surprised Holly replied: “Oh amazing, very specific. We’ll see if that all comes true.”

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