Alison Hammond convinced Holly Willoughby to make her TikTok debut.
The This Morning stars were out in the forest together as the ITV show relocated for a special episode.
On Thursday, Holly and Phillip Schofield hosted Thursday’s show from ITV’s very own forest.
Earlier this month the hosts revealed that the ITV programme had bought the woodland area as part of a drive to “go green” and stop the woodland from ever being built on.
So Holly and Phil ditched the studio for the great outdoors with cooking, tree-hugging, and sustainable fashion all part of the line-up.
Taking part in the tree-hugging was Alison with the help of tree-hugging guru Jim Tubbs-Galley.
Alison said: “I’m feeling very chilled. I think we need to be open to this. It’s just nice to hold onto something when you haven’t got a boyfriend!”
And she was clearly having a great time, keeping her social media followers updated on her day out.
But it was her TikTok with fellow This Morning host Holly and fashion expert Lisa Snowdon that caught the attention of fans.
Alison roped the pair into a dance trend to the track Stromae Alors on Danse which has been used more than five million times on TikTok.
The video quickly racked up over 160,000 views and thousands of comments.
She also shared the clip to Instagram, writing: “Forest life ! @thismorning This @tiktok will give you happy vibes ! Your welcome!!
“Guest dancers @lisa_snowdon & @hollywilloughby vibes models own.”
Holly quickly replied: “LOVE!” to the post – and fans agreed.
“I love this so much,” one said.
Another commented: “three QUEENS. loved today’s episode.”
“HOLLY WILLOUGHBY DANCING ON TIKTOK!!!!!” a third screamed.
A fourth simply said it was “iconic” as another added: “omg how gorgeous do you all look. Beautiful ladies.”
A fan also shared: “legends right there!!”
Others were also making a demand.
“We need to see more of you and holly on tiktok,” one said.
Another shared: “I want to be part of this girl gang.”
“I want to be in their gang,” a third echoed.
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