This Morning thrown into chaos as Holly Willoughby’s former nemesis returns and destroys sofa

THIS Morning was thrown into chaos today when Holly Willoughby’s former nemesis returned after six years. Holly and co-host Phillip Schofield were..

THIS Morning was thrown into chaos today when Holly Willoughby’s former nemesis returned after six years.

Holly and co-host Phillip Schofield were joined by none other than Russell The Crow during Wednesday’s This Morning.



This Morning thrown into chaos as Holly Willoughby’s former nemesis returns and destroys sofa
Holly and Phil were joined by Russell The Crow on today’s show

This Morning thrown into chaos as Holly Willoughby’s former nemesis returns and destroys sofa
She was not impressed by the return of her former nemesis

This Morning thrown into chaos as Holly Willoughby’s former nemesis returns and destroys sofa
Holly was left shaking when the bird swooped towards her in 2017

While Phil, 60, was pleased to see the bird after his first appearance back in 2017, Holly visibly recoiled during the interview with his owner Helen Motteram.

At one point Phil asked: “Can I feed him?” An unimpressed Holly quipped: “Can you go over there and feed your new mate?”

While Holly scooted as far in the other direction as possible, Phil moved up the sofa to feed Russell – with the bird then making a mess on the fabric.

Six years ago Holly’s meeting with Russell didn’t go much better.

The presenter was left shaking in fear when the bird took flight during the interview, swooping towards Holly who cowered behind Phil.

It’s not the first time this week This Morning has descended into chaos.

On Monday Mr Blobby crashed the set and broke a number of items.

As he rushed around he smashed two vases as Holly and Phil tried to calm him down.

Blobby proceeded to chase Carol Vorderman while she tried to present a link.

Carol screamed as he wrapped his arm around her, as she continued to be professional.

Holly was very excited to meet him though, admitting she had wanted to hug him for year.