In just a few months, Holly Willoughby will be jetting off to Australia to co-host I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! alongside Dec Donnelly.
But the presenter, who said she’s excited and nervous about hosting the show, has already been giving a warning ahead of her jungle stint.
Astrologer Russell Grant appeared on Monday’s This Morning to reveal what each horoscope was predicting for the future.
Speaking to Holly about her star sign Aquarius, Russell said: “A strong energy leads to a career change.
“Well you’re off into the jungle darling, aren’t you? Probably about the same time these planets are all happening, so that will be interesting for you.”
Holly asked: “In a good way?”
Russell replied: “I think it will certainly be an eye-opener for you.”
Holly turned to the camera and said clearly that meant bad news!
Reassuring Holly, Russell added: “No I think you’ll be fine because its an Aquarius thing.
“For Aquarians everywhere it’s all about career change and doing things that you once thought ‘I’m never going to do that but are now doing it.'”
Russell also revealed what was in store for Phil’s future as an Aries.
He told Phil that he would be getting rid of any excess baggage that he needs away from his life.
Phil joked to Holly: “It works for both of us. [You’re going] and I’m getting rid of the baggage.”
Holly, 37, released a statement saying she couldn’t be more excited to be co-hosting the show with Dec.
Meanwhile, Dec said he’s “hugely grateful” that Holly agreed to join him on the show.
As Holly and Phil returned to This Morning earlier this month following their six-week summer break, Holly opened up about her new TV job.
Holly told Phil that she spent the summer organising the “logistics” of her move to Australia.
She said her children will be coming with her, which means she’s been speaking to their schools about how that will work.
Holly said: “When I first found out, it’s obviously bittersweet, but it was exciting. You try and work out when you’ll go and how long for.
“The kids are coming with me so I’ve been speaking with the school seeing how that’s all going to work.”
The presenter is a mum to Harry, nine, Belle, seven, and three-year-old Chester.
She added of Dec’s newborn daughter: “I think she’s coming to Australia as well, which is so exciting!”
Holly said there’s also three things she’s not looking forward to in the jungle – the eating Bushtucker trial, the smells of the trials and when contestants come out of the trials with creepy crawlies all over them.