Holly Willoughby got the giggles on live TV - again. This time things took a festive turn, as chef Jamie Oliver showed us all how to make a turkey on This Morning.

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Roasting a turkey involves a lot of stuffing, massaging and basting, so there was no hope for Holly and Philip - a.k.a. British TV's famously inappropriate giggling duo. And true to form, there were plenty of stifled laughs during this live cooking skit.

As the camera pans along a bottles of bubbly on a table, Holly and Phil introduce the Christmas food and drink segment - including an upcoming turkey masterclass from Jamie Oliver.

Suddenly it cuts to Jamie, who's stood in the kitchen area 'limbering up' a turkey, moving the legs around seductively (well, as seductively as you can do that with a giant raw bird) and pulling weird faces.

"Oh steady on," Holly shouts across the room.

Philip joins in, saying: "Oh wow, wow. Oh my God!"

"The turkey's limbering up!" Holly squeals, absolutely creasing up while covering up her red cheeks with her hands.

Eventually the time comes for Holly and Philip to give Jamie a hand with the big bird, with Holly on buttering up duties.

As Holly takes the massive lump of butter in her hand, she asks, hesitantly: "Where am I sticking it?"

"Over the breast," Jamie instructs.

Honestly, there's no wonder This Morning is famous for its inappropriate LOLs.

"This is weird," Holly says as she massages the butter, before laughing and asking: "Is this pressure okay?"

Philip, who's been fairly quiet, then joins in by jokingly humming a tune that sounds straight out of a 70s porn flick.

Then Holly has to stuff the bird. Ramming a clementine up its, erm, orifice, she actually apologises to it - while Jamie pops the stuffing into the other end through the neck hole.

Luckily things end a little more innocently, as the three sit around the table to sample their cooking, while Jamie talks through tips for all the trimmings.

"Jamie, you're a legend, thank you so much," Holly says.

Holly and Phil are well known for losing it on live TV, but this time the innuendos were more non-stop than ever. Being their last appearance on This Morning before the Christmas break, we're guessing spirits were particularly high.

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