Wednesday, May 2, 2012

How does she do it! Holly Willoughby manages to make even a pair of bright red wellies look sexy as she films This Morning

By Kirsty Mccormack

Bringing sexy back: Holly Willoughby manages to look good even in a pair of bright red wellies

It was recently revealed that she is paid around £400,000 to host The Voice, but Holly Willoughby clearly doesn't spend her wages on heels.

The 31-year-old blonde was spotted sporting a pair of bright red wellington boots today but still managed to look good.

The mother-of-two had prepared for the typical British weather as she filmed This Morning with Philip Schofield.

Holly teamed the crocodile-print footwear with a bright red coat, which she wore over the top of a black dress and thick tights.

As usual, the TV presenter's blonde locks were in preen condition and as she strolled along the South Bank with Philip she carried a large umbrella just in case.

But she wasn't just carrying the accessory to protect her hairdo, as her and Philip were also testing out the best umbrellas.

Ready for a rainy day: The blonde teamed her wellies with a bright red coat as she filmed This Morning alongside Philip Schofield

No doubt Holly can afford to purchase only the best to shield her from the rain after it emerged that she earned her six-figure sum for spending just three minutes and 58 seconds on screen during the first three episodes of BBC's The Voice.

Fans of the talent show have been left disappointed with Holly's appearances averaging at less than one minute in every hour.

The blonde signed up for The Voice after leaving her job hosting ITV’s Dancing On Ice in November alongside Philip.

A lady of many talents: Holly went from presenting Dancing On Ice with Philip (L) to fronting BBC'S The Voice with Reggie Yates

Her duties on The Voice include recording voiceover commentary and interviewing contestants before and after they audition.

However, Holly's screen appearances have been limited to short fragments.

During Saturday’s 80-minute show, she was seen on screen for 54 seconds and spoke just 18 words to camera - but she more than makes up for it when she presents the daytime TV show every morning.

This is the life: It was recently revealed that Holly is paid £400,000 to host the talent show



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