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Thursday 23rd May 2019

Holly Willoughby stuns fans by 'selling her faulty fridge for £30'

Could it be all part of a new TV show?

Presenter Holly Willoughby has left her fans baffled by offering to sell her broken fridge on Instagram.

The This Morning star posted a pic of her posing in a glamorous get-up next to a decidedly worse for wear refrigerator.

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And alongside the unusual snap, she posted an even more ambiguous caption:

"Hi, I'm selling my fridge... £30 including delivery... the drawer is broken but it works and comes with my house rules... if your interested comment below ... please hurry... biggest bid wins!!!! #chillout #doi #fridged"

Holly posted this strange image (Credit: Instagram/Holly Willoughby)

What does it all mean?

While some fans have taken it for a genuine ad, with many offering to take it off her hands, many others are speculating that it has something to do with Bradley Walsh's new game show.

Hi, I’m selling my fridge... £30 including delivery...

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One wrote: "Definitely Bradley Walsh new game show"

Another chimed in with: "I think this is for a TV show where you have to try and sell random things on social media and see who gets the quickest/ most responses?!?🤷🏽‍♀️... Just guessing because I've seen other celebs put up posts today selling random things too!!"

And a third wrote: "@bradderswalsh got to be behind this 😂"

This Morning's Holly is set to compete on Bradley Walsh's new show (ITV)

Holly is starring on Bradley's new project alongside her hubby Daniel Baldwin.

The upcoming ITV show is called Late Night Guestlist.

But not everyone saw the funny side of Holly's post.

While hundreds seemed to think it was a genuine offer, with many writing they were "desperate" for a fridge and freezer, some users accused Holly of insensitivity.

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One angry follower wrote: "Oh Holly, this must be a joke. Surely you're going to give it away or give the money to charity🤨 Or could this be some sort of joke, as there's plenty of people who are 'really' in need and £30 is a lot of money that they don't have."

Has Holly gone too far with this Instagram post? (ITV)

And a second argued: "That's awful some people genuinely think this is for sale - shame on you- when some are in desperate need."

The post has already got over 85,000 likes but it remains to be seen exactly what it's all about.

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