Holly Willoughby scared to return to Dancing On Ice studios after finding out it’s ‘haunted’


Phillip Schofield has revealed to Holly Willoughby that the Dancing On Ice studios are haunted – Now she doesn’t want to return on Sunday.

Phillip Schofield decided to inform Holly Willoughby on ITV’s This Morning that the Dancing On Ice studio are haunted.

During a segment on ITV’s This Morning, Holly and Phillip were interviewing Helen Mirren about her ghost horror film ‘Winchester’ – Holly revealed that she’s terrified by ghosts and admitted she won’t be able to watch the film.

Unaware to Holly, the Dancing On Ice studios are reportedly haunted, and Phillip decided to inform her live on the show: “I’ve saved this moment to tell you that Bovingdon Airfield where we film Dancing On Ice…

“It’s haunted,

“This is the first time I’ve told her this!” Phillip told Helen.

Holly responded with: “Why are you telling me this?!”

“It’s haunted by the old airmen who have died and their bodies have been brought back from war,” Phillip continued.

Holly questioned: “Has anyone seen anything?”

“Yes!” Phillip said, “Some of the crew have seen ghosts on Dancing On Ice.”

“I’m not massively keen to go back next Sunday…” Holly laughed.

Dancing On Ice continues Sunday on ITV.

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