Holly Willoughby orders This Morning crew to ‘go back’ after autocue mishap

Holly Willoughby was forced to ask the This Morning crew to "go back" during Tuesday's show, when she got her words jumbled up on the autocue.

The 39-year-old This Morning presenter, along with her co-star Phillip Schofield, reads her lines from an invisible autocue each day, helping to guide them through the two and a half hours of hosting.

Unfortunately, once in a while they hit a speed wobble, as the words on the autocue leave them a little flustered.

Today, Holly was attempting to introduce a segment on Australian cooking but got a little confused when the words appeared on the screen before her.

She began: "Now, the weather's pretty miserable outside but we're not going to help you forget about…"

Suddenly, Holly realised she was a little lost, and confessed: "Oh, I don't know what I'm saying now."

Her co-host Phillip couldn't help but crack up laughing, as Holly begged the off-camera crew to "go back".

She asked: "Can you go back? Let me try that one more time.

"One more time and I mean it this time."

Thankfully, Holly then managed to recover the situation, correctly reading out her lines and welcoming chef Rob Nixon to the show.

She said: “Now, the weather’s pretty miserable outside but we’re not going to help you forget about that now as we transport you to the other side of the world.”

Delighted, she then turned to Phillip and said: “That was good, wasn’t it?”

Rob, who hails from Perth, was cooking live from the beach, preparing a delicious spread of fish tacos with a zingy salsa on the side.

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