This Morning viewers saw a hilarious instance of Holly Willoughby taking an exit from the show today, as she moved away in fear.
Holly, alongside her co-star Phillip Schofield, welcomed lumberjack Elgan to the show to demonstrate his woodchopping skills.
After a quick chat Elgan started hacking away at a log prepared for him, in order to show off just how good he was.
However once the axe started flying, so too did chunks of the log.
Elgan’s might was perhaps too much for Holly, as once the wood began being sprayed across the courtyard she ran away from him.
She yelped: “Oh my god, what if he lets go of it!”
Phillip couldn’t help but laugh as he shouted after his colleague saying: “Holly, come over here!”
Phillip later went on to praise the warrior, saying: “Look at the state of that, you were nearly in Shepherd’s Bush!”
The duo later went on to cut their own slab of wood out with a bucksaw in a furious competition with Elgan.
However, the duo were unfortunately unsuccessful and lost out to the lumberjack very quickly, as Holly gave up and began screaming: “Stop, I don’t want to do it anymore!”
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Oh my god, what if he lets go of it!
Earlier in the show former Strictly Come Dancing star Jamie Laing arrived the sofa.
The Made in Chelsea star arrived to discuss his recent exit from the show, following his injury.
Considering he has been removed from the show, Phillip probed Jamie on whether he would arrive on Strictly’s show in 2020.
To which he simply replied: “I don’t know.”
Pointing towards his injured leg, he went on to add: “It’s not a long standing thing, this.
“You know, it’s one of those shows that everyone wants to do, and everyone wants be a part of it.
“But at the same time you’ve gotta look at things with positivity”.
Revealing what the producers said during his chat about leaving, he explained: “They said, you know, we could give it a go.
“But they came to the conclusion it just wasn’t right.”
This Morning airs weekdays at 10.30am on ITV.
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