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Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield try non-alcoholic wine

‘We’re confused!’ Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield look giddy as they sip on non-alcoholic drinks for Dry January segment on This Morning

They’re not afraid to get merry during their fun-filled segments, many of which feature booze.

But Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield admitted they were confused when they were left feeling giddy during a Dry January feature on Thursday’s This Morning.

Presenters Holly, 39, and Phillip, 58, were joined by wine expert David Kermode as they were educated on the best non-alcoholic drinks to survive the month, before they treated themselves to glasses of Chianti.

‘What’s going on?’ Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield admitted they were confused when they were left feeling giddy during a Dry January feature on Thursday’s This Morning

As they enjoyed tasty alternatives to alcohol, the Dancing On Ice stars got into fits of giggles, with blonde beauty Holly joking: ‘We’re confused by which glass it’s mean to be!’

Former BBC Breakfast boss David appeared baffled as he quipped back: ‘You can’t be confused, there’s no alcohol going in!’, to which the former Celebrity Juice panellist added: ‘It’s psychosomatic.’

Moments later, broadcaster Phillip appeared happier than ever as he and his co-star tasted some wine.  

Switching things up: Presenters Holly, 39, and Phillip, 58, were joined by wine expert David Kermode as they were educated on the best non-alcoholic drinks to survive the month

Switching things up: Presenters Holly, 39, and Phillip, 58, were joined by wine expert David Kermode as they were educated on the best non-alcoholic drinks to survive the month

'Which glass is this meant to be?' As they enjoyed tasty alternatives to alcohol, the Dancing On Ice stars got into fits of giggles

‘Which glass is this meant to be?’ As they enjoyed tasty alternatives to alcohol, the Dancing On Ice stars got into fits of giggles

All laughs: Moments later, broadcaster Phillip appeared happier than ever as he and his co-star tasted some wine

All laughs: Moments later, broadcaster Phillip appeared happier than ever as he and his co-star tasted some wine

The duo went on to speak about holding virtual parties with their pals after a caller revealed she enjoyed boogies with her friends over Zoom. 

‘I’m going to call my girlfriends and tell them we’re renting a village hall and dancing in our pants’, an excited Holly shared, to which Phil pointed out: ‘She said they would be dancing their pants off, I don’t think she meant they’d dance in their pants!’

Correspondent Vanessa Feltz joined in on the fun as she added: ‘Come on, I’ll do it. I can have tassels on each [breast], I’ll shake one one way and the other the other way!’

Their happy place: They're not afraid to get merry during their fun-filled segments, many of which feature booze

Their happy place: They’re not afraid to get merry during their fun-filled segments, many of which feature booze

Strict schedule: The pair have been keeping busy as they host the ITV daytime programme during the week, and also front Dancing On Ice on Sundays (pictured last week)

Strict schedule: The pair have been keeping busy as they host the ITV daytime programme during the week, and also front Dancing On Ice on Sundays (pictured last week)

The pair have been keeping busy as they host the ITV daytime programme during the week, and also front Dancing On Ice on Sundays.

Earlier this month, mother-of-three Holly shared a candid glimpse at homeschooling her children as the classrooms remain closed due to the COVID-19 lockdown.

The media personality, who shares Harry, 11, Belle, nine and Chester, six, with husband Dan Baldwin, took to Instagram to upload a sweet snap with her youngest child as she helped with his reading. 

Still learning! Earlier this month, mother-of-three Holly shared a candid glimpse at homeschooling son Chester, six, as the classrooms remain closed due to lockdown

Still learning! Earlier this month, mother-of-three Holly shared a candid glimpse at homeschooling son Chester, six, as the classrooms remain closed due to lockdown 

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