Vogue Williams denies she is taking over from Holly Willoughby on Celebrity Juice after she was tipped for the job – The Sun
VOGUE Williams has confirmed that she will not be replacing Holly Willoughby on Celebrity Juice.
The Irish presenter, 34, had been tipped as the favourite to replace Holly when the comedy panel show resumes filming next month.
Vogue, who has two children with former Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, 31, was seen by ITV2 bosses as perfect for the job.
Speaking on Loose Women, Vogue said: “I would absolutely love the job but it’s definitely just a rumour.”
“I haven’t got that job but I would like it, put in a good word for me okay.”
An insider previously told The Sun on Sunday: “The pull for Vogue is that she has this aspirational home life with Spencer and the kids but on Celebrity Juice she would show off a side of her you don’t see."
"Like Holly, Vogue is the perfect role model but then on Celebrity Juice you would see her getting up to all sorts of things.”
Holly quit the show after 12 years in May this year so she can spend more time with her family.
Vogue is also a doting mum and opened up about her family life following the birth of her second baby, Gigi Margaux.
She said: “We loved spending a lot of time together in lockdown, we love staying at home.
“We don’t really like going out too often and being pregnant there is not much to do anyway because you kind of feel awful for most of the time.
“It was really lovely getting to spend that extra time with Theodore before Gigi arrived, everyday all day we spent our time together.”
She added: “I don’t really have that much time to go out and socialise, I think that’s the part of our life that takes a hit, it’s a hard balance every day.”
In an exclusive chat, funnyman Keith talked about some of the measures that have been brought in to make the set Covid-secure.
He said: “The audience has gone down to 50.
“They’ve set it out with tables and chairs, it’s going to look like a jazz bar, so that’s going to be cool.
“Telly seems to have gone to pot, people can’t be closer than two metres apart – advertising revenue has gone down.”
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