Get Me Out Of Here! star was seen breaking down on tonight's show as she was nominated for the second Bucktucker Trial.
"Good morning, good evening, and welcome to Australia where the more eagle-eyed viewers among you would have already noticed a big change to this year's show, yes, one of the most gorgeous presenters on British television... has been joined by Holly Willoughby!".
Schofield said: "I left a bottle of champagne in her dressing room, so I think that helped".
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Ant also confirmed the news in a statement, explaining, "My recovery is going very well and for that to continue having spoken to Dec and ITV, I have made the decision to take the rest of the year off".
Willoughby shared a snap of her sunbathing following her successful debut.
The Chase star's jungle campmates tried to reassure her as they told her she'd do great. "So much so that we've slashed the likelihood of her bowing out before the series is over, and returning to our screens alongside Philip Schofield".
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As Digital Spy notes, some fans on social media did struggle with Ant's absence - unsurprisingly, considering he's one of the most beloved figures on British TV.
She managed to get two fine, however struggled on the third.
Anne has won the hearts of viewers so far on the show after revealing her autism battle.
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