Chic: Holly Willoughby looked effortlessly stylish in a plunging white shirt and bright red trousers as she took to our screens again on Thursday night to present ITV's The Games

Holly Willoughby looks effortlessly stylish in a plunging white shirt


She has been hosting ITV’s new sporting show The Games all week.

And Holly Willoughby looked effortlessly stylish in a plunging white shirt and bright red trousers as she took to our screens again on Thursday night.

The This Morning star, 41, made sure all eyes were on her in the fashionable ensemble as she took the helm during the show alongside fellow presenter Freddie Flintoff.

Chic: Holly Willoughby looked effortlessly stylish in a plunging white shirt and bright red trousers as she took to our screens again on Thursday night to present ITV’s The Games

Holly showed off her youthful figure in the outfit, with the high-waisted trousers cinching her in at the waist and the shirt revealing a hint of her ample assets.

She wore her short blonde braids in her classic cropped do and opted for a radiant and natural makeup look.

Besides her Freddie looked dapper in a white shirt and black jeans.

Stunning: The This Morning star, 41, made sure all eyes were on her in the fashionable ensemble as she took the helm during the show alongside fellow presenter Freddie Flintoff

Stunning: The This Morning star, 41, made sure all eyes were on her in the fashionable ensemble as she took the helm during the show alongside fellow presenter Freddie Flintoff

Looking good: Holly showed off her youthful figure in the outfit, with the high-waisted trousers cinching her in at the waist and the shirt revealing a hint of her ample assets

Looking good: Holly showed off her youthful figure in the outfit, with the high-waisted trousers cinching her in at the waist and the shirt revealing a hint of her ample assets

During the dramatic episode Olivia Attwood crashed off her bike while training for the live track cycling event.

The former Love Island star, 31, clipped the edge of Phoenix Gulzer-Brown’s bike before tumbling to the floor.

The Games returned on Thursday night from the Velodrome for the live track cycling races and also featured the heats of the men’s speed climbing event.

Ouch: During the episode Olivia Attwood crashed off her bike while training for the live track cycling event

Ouch: During the episode Olivia Attwood crashed off her bike while training for the live track cycling event

In a training clip, the girls took to their bikes for a practice session at the Velodrome, ready for the event.

But Olivia crashed into Phoenix and fell from her bike onto the track, causing further injury to her shoulder.

She later exclaimed while sprawled on the floor and looking teary: ‘Ouch it has gone straight through that elbow, straight into my bad shoulder’.

Disaster: The former Love Island star, 31, clipped the edge of Phoenix Gulzer-Brown's bike before tumbling to the floor

Disaster: The former Love Island star, 31, clipped the edge of Phoenix Gulzer-Brown’s bike before tumbling to the floor

Further on the track Christine McGuinness remarked: ‘Oh no one of the girls has fell!’

It has been a difficult week for Olivia, who broke down in tears as she struggled to get to grips with the javelin event during Wednesday’s episode of The Games on ITV.

She couldn’t hold back her emotions in training as she told how the competition was an ‘exposing experience’ – before overcoming her demons and throwing a personal best live on the night at the Crystal Palace athletics centre.

Exciting: The Games returned on Thursday night from the Velodrome for the live track cycling races and also featured the heats of the men's speed climbing event

Exciting: The Games returned on Thursday night from the Velodrome for the live track cycling races and also featured the heats of the men’s speed climbing event

Elsewhere on the latest episode of the show, fellow Love Island alum Wes Nelson, 24, won the 110m hurdles race, finishing way ahead of his fellow competitors.

Ahead of the women’s javelin Olivia looked tense as she trained with the other women and stormed out of practice.

With tears in her eyes she later explained her frustrations, saying: ‘Today has been the hardest day for me, I am trying to remember why I started this, because I love sport.

‘I play a character people have bought into, that I’m confident but there are layers to me people haven’t seen, I don’t let people see them.

‘At school I was streams ahead of everyone but now I am not the top of this group and it’s an exposing experience. It’s a competition but I’m here for me and I need to focus on me.’

Oh no: But Olivia crashed into Phoenix and fell from her bike onto the track, causing further injury to her shoulder

Oh no: But Olivia crashed into Phoenix and fell from her bike onto the track, causing further injury to her shoulder

However despite her nerves at the start of the event she achieved a personal best with her second throw of 11.38 meters, while overall Phoenix Brown won in the discipline.

Earlier in the program Wes dominated on the track yet again, coming first in the 110m men’s hurdles event, after also winning the 400m race.

After the event impressed host Freddie Flintoff commented: ‘That was like watching an Olympian not someone from Love Island!’

The night before he also took gold in two swimming events, placing him top of the leader board as things currently stand.

Max George came second in the 110m hurdles while Josh Herdman came a close third.

Last up on Wednesday night’s show was the women’s 400m race where Chelcee Grimes won.

Upset: It has been a difficult week for Olivia, who broke down in tears as she struggled to get to grips with the javelin event during Wednesday's episode of The Games on ITV

Upset: It has been a difficult week for Olivia, who broke down in tears as she struggled to get to grips with the javelin event during Wednesday’s episode of The Games on ITV

During the event ITV news reader Lucrezia Millarini fell over the finish line but still managed to clinch third place.

The Games will be on nightly this week until Friday 13 April, with the 12 contestants battling it out in a series of challenges.

It comes after weeks of gruelling training, which saw the celebrities be put through their paces in the intense preparation.

All have been pulled out of their comfort zones to be coached as athletes, swimmers and cyclists, to compete in the hope of coming top of the medals table and being crowned the winners.

Hosted live by Holly Willoughby and Freddie Flintoff, The Games also features former professional football player and presenter Chris Kamara as commentator.

Through the sporting challenges, celebrities will rack up points on the medals table as they go head-to-head to reach the top.

As the leader board takes shape with each night, the series will culminate in an exhilarating final showdown in which one male champion and one female champion will be crowned.

The Games continues on Friday evening at 9pm on ITV.

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