THIS Morning's Holly Willoughby left viewers in stitches as she cracked a smutty pantomime innuendo on the ITV show today.
The 39-year-old presenter couldn't help herself as she delivered the line "there's no sign of d**k" during a chat with panto veteran Christopher Biggins.
Holly and co-host Phillip Schofield were discussing the show's upcoming Christmas pantomime when the mum-of-three made the cheeky jibe.
During the segment, the presenter said that it was her dream to play Cinderella in a panto, but admitted she may be too old.
Holly shared: "I would just love to put on all the stuff – it's nice, isn't it?"
Phil asked: "What would you be? Who would you be?"
After choosing Cinderella, Holly added: "I've got to do it quickly because I'm getting too old to be Cinderella!"
The pair were later joined by 71-year-old Biggins, who was dressed in a flamboyant panto costume.
The TV star prompted Holly to recall the famous innuendo from pantomime Dick Whittington.
Delivering the line whilst slapping her thigh, she said: "12 o'clock and there's still no sign of D**k.I think I delivered that well!"
The presenter was left giggling following the cheeky jibe as co-host Phillip kneeled over in laughter.
The innuendo certainly didn't go amiss with viewers.
Commenting on Holly's enthusiasm for pantomimes, one wrote: "@hollywills someone needs to sign her up!"
A second added: "It’s just not xmas without D**k is it Holly #dying #funny #panto."
During today's show, Holly also sparked a huge reaction from viewers after hosting in a tight shirt and a leather skirt.
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