Sur­prise sh t on * live TV shocks Holly!

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By WENDY THOMAS news@sun­

HOLLY Wil­loughby got the shock of her life when a minia­ture horse HAD A SHIT on the TV stu­dio car­pet dur­ing a live broad­cast.

The 36-year-old telly babe and Phillip Schofield had been host­ing a seg­ment on ITV’s This Morn­ing show about us­ing ponies as an al­ter­na­tive to guide dogs when one of the an­i­mals took a dump on the floor.

Spook­ily, Schofield had been dis­cussing the sen­si­tive is­sue of ponies go­ing to the toi­let on the floor of a per­son’s house when the messy mo­ment hap­pened.

As the pile of turds mounted up, Wil­loughby re­acted by fall­ing about in fits of laugh­ter.

So much so that the tears stream­ing down her face caused her mas­cara to run.


And Schofield, sti­fling a laugh, re­marked: “There we go, per­fect tim­ing – ab­so­lutely per­fect tim­ing.

“I’m sure a per­son who had im­paired sight would find that ex­tremely use­ful on the kitchen rug.

“Well done, I think you’ve proved my point here that there are lim­i­ta­tions be­tween horses and dogs.”

Weep­ing Wil­loughby was un­able to speak for sev­eral mo­ments as she tried to re­gain her com­po­sure.

Wip­ing her eyes, she even­tu­ally said: “That was my favourite thing I’ve ever seen.”

The trainer who had ac­com­pa­nied the horse on screen said: “He just wants to make him­self known on TV for the wrong rea­sons.”

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