However, now that the 2018 series of I'm A Celeb is over and done with for another year, with Harry Redknapp being crowned the King of the Jungle, fans of This Morning are keen to see Holly return to the United Kingdom to present the show alongside Phillip Schofield.
She took part in the Celebrity Cyclone in her final day in camp, helping Redknapp complete the task after the former football manager was swept away by a wall of water.
Then, after turning down the managerial role on Tyneside in January 2008, the 71-year-old revealed it was the Geordie accent that stopped him from taking over from Sam Allardyce in what would have been Mike Ashley's first appointment.
He said on winning: "They're (the camp mates) the most lovely people I've ever met, there's not one person I've got a single bad word about".
It was a truly hilarious moment in the I'm a Celebrity. But when I seen her today all scrubbed up I thought she's very lovely.
He said it had been "very difficult" without his wife Sandra, adding: "It's been a great experience, I've loved it".
"It's a bit of relief and it's a bit of excitement".
Redknapp's trial saw him lying down in an underground chamber while creepy crawlies and rats ran all over him. I've made so many good friends, it's been a really good experience.
"This place has given me so much self acceptance".
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Holly said she had had "the time of my life".
It's been awesome. My mates all said: "You'll last two days Harry".
Redknapp was handed his crown of twigs by previous winners Scarlett Moffatt and Joe Swash.