She left for Australia in November to play with I & # 39; m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! next to Declan Donnelly.
It is said that Holly Willoughby fights an intense fear of insects as she prepares to enter the outback – which houses some of the world's most dangerous spiders.
The 37-year-old hostess of This Morning has in the past talked about her unease with critters, but is reportedly afraid she can freeze on the screen & # 39; if she discovers a plague during presentation.
Afraid: she left for Australia in November to work with Declan Donnelly alongside I & # 39; m A Celebrity. It is said that Holly Willoughby fights an intense fear of insects
One source told The Daily Star: "Holly is excited to go on her Australian adventure, but she is really worried about the countless deadly spiders in the country.
Holly is genuinely afraid of the bugs and is afraid that she will freeze on the screen if she sees one. Hopefully Dec comes to her help. & # 39;
As Holly previously overcame her fear of flying with the help of phobia-busting life coaches Nik and Eva Speakman, insiders would urge Holly to appeal to them for help with her arachnophobia.
Holly confirmed that Wednesday as co-host I & # 39; m A Celebrity would appear in a statement in which she joked: "When is it a good time to tell me that I am afraid of everything that moves?" ;
Meanwhile, her This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield recently pointed out her fear of bugs when he went to Snapchat to hurt: "Holly in a jungle … where everything will scare her ***. literally can not wait. & # 39;
Can not hide her fear: the 37-year-old hostess of This Morning has in the past talked about her discomfort in animals, but is reportedly afraid she can freeze on the screen & # 39; if she discovers a plague
The fear of the bustling blonde for critters has influenced her work earlier, with the mother-of-three refusing last year to taste a termite-filled curry on This Morning.
Holly was seen gagging during the cooking segment while the Kenyan chef Kiran Jethwa drew up the critters filled with critters, where her co-host, Phillip Schofield, happily ended up in it.
Holly was shocked by the addition and exclaimed: & # 39; Why did you do that? & # 39; for gagging.
I can see them floating around in the soup, it's like a fly in your soup, & # 39; continued a disgusting-looking Holly.
Chomp chomp: Last year, Holly participated in a Bush-inspired Trial segment on This Morning, reluctantly taking samples of a piece of ants filled with bread that left her gagging.
Not impressed: Holly was gagged during the cooking segment while Kenyan chef Kiran Jethwa drew up the critters-filled treat that Phillip Schofield liked to have with him.
Later the group moved to drinks and snacks and while Holly was tempted by a margarita, Kiran told her that she should have it with a worm.
I take the margarita, you can have the worm. I can not eat them, "Holly insisted. Once again Phil wanted to try, this time grating about crickets, grasshoppers, water bugs and cockroaches.
Despite her initial disgust, Holly later participated in a Bush-inspired trial segment of the show, reluctantly testing a piece of ants filled with ants.
Holly saw gagging as she nibbled on a loaf of 70 dried and ground house crickets.
Holly comes forward for Ant McPartlin when I get a Celebrity return in August, because the presenter makes a career break during his addiction recovery.
New face: Holly confirmed that she would take over the role of Ant McPartlin (left) on I & # 39; m A Celebrity in a statement on Wednesday by joining Declan Donnelly (right)