Holly Willoughby struggles on This Morning with croaky voice after Glastonbury

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    Holly Willoughby struggled to host ITV's This Morning with a croaky voice after partying it up at Glastonbury Festival.

    The 42-year-old presenter returned to the sofa with co-star Craig Doyle on Tuesday (June 27) after missing Monday's show, but it seemed she still hadn't quite recovered from her time at Worthy Farm.

    Holly has had a rough time of it following her former co-star Phillip Schofield's sensational scandal and exit from ITV, so it's understandable she wanted to let her hair down for a couple of days.

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    And Holly blamed music legend Elton John for ruining her voice as she was singing along to all of his hits during his headline set on Sunday (June 15), believed to be his final ever UK performance.

    Craig quipped: "What's going on here then? The cold? A bit of hayfever?"

    Explaining her croaky voice, Holly said: "I've been officially Glasto'd. This is what this voice is. It's always my first thing to go and actually I blame Elton John for this."

    Before the show on Tuesday, Holly warned fans that she might be "slightly croaky" following the festival, where she was snapped enjoying the music with husband Dan.

    Sharing her latest outfit, she wrote: "Morning Tuesday… see you on @thismorning with @craigadoyle … may be slightly croaky today [frog emoji] The wonderful @trinnywoodall returns… see you at 10am. #hwstyle dress by @ghostfashion x."

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