Holly Willoughby has seen her new ITV1 show put on the shelf amid fears over the ongoing health crisis.
The mum-of-three, aged 39, was scheduled to present The Real Games alongside Freddie Flintoff.
But the pair’s forthcoming venture has been put on hold amid the coronavirus pandemic.
England cricketing legend Freddie, real name Andrew, who presents Top Gear, was set to host the show alongside Holly, Alex Scott and Chris Kamara.
The premise of the new programme is celebrities going head to head in an array of sporting contests.
Holly, 39, said previously: “I’m really excited to be presenting The Real Games with Freddie and the rest of the team.
“I can’t wait to watch our celebrity competitors go head-to-head.”
Freddie added about the show: “This is going to be a brilliant week of TV.
“Our celeb competitors will need to be at the top of their game to be in with a chance of topping the medals table.”
Former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Alex was drafted in by the programme to provide updates from track and courtside.
Kamara, meanwhile, would be the commentator on the show.
It marks Holly’s third ITV1 show as she currently hosts This Morning each Monday morning to Thursday morning alongside Phillip Schofield.
The pair also present Dancing On Ice on Sunday evenings on the same channel.
The six male and six female competitors will battle it out in an athletics arena, swimming pool and gym.
Each will put their sporting prowess to the test in events, from the 100-meter sprint to doubles diving, racking up points on the medals table.
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