Rylan Clark has teased a project he’s working on with Holly Willoughby.
Television presenter Rylan, 35, took to Instagram at the weekend to share a picture of himself with Dancing On Ice host Holly, 42.
The pair both displayed cheeky greens as they stood alongside each other while enjoying a drink.
Radio host Rylan captioned his post: ‘Coming soon… #Justice.’
He told The Sun: ‘All I can say is me and Holly have done something and you’ll find out what it is very soon!’
Rylan Clark teased a project he’s working on with Holly Willoughby as he took to Instagram to share a picture of them together at the weekend
Rylan told The Sun : ‘All I can say is me and Holly have done something and you’ll find out what it is very soon!’ (Holly and Rylan seen on This Morning in 2016)
When asked for more information, he said: ‘Put it this way, we’re not doing a show together but all will become clear…’
It comes after Holly took a three month hiatus after stepping down from This Morning when she learned she was a victim of an alleged ‘kidnap and murder plot’.
Holly was the nation’s sweetheart set for a long and illustrious career at the forefront of British television.
But following her ‘year from hell’, which saw her embroiled in Phillip Schofield ‘s controversial This Morning exit and become the subject of a terrifying kidnap plot, Holly could be set to continue her TV career in America.
It’s a scenario that seemed highly unlikely just 18 months ago, when in-demand Holly was locked in a contract battle between ITV and the BBC .
Yet for the first time in her career she’s now a ‘free agent’ and is keen to explore opportunities across the pond and draw a line under her domestic troubles.
It’s a prospect she’s ‘excited’ about, even though discussions are still at a relatively early stage.
Given her three children are settled at school and her husband Dan Baldwin fronts a highly successful TV production firm, a switch Stateside would be a seismic move for all concerned, which she’s only too aware of.
It comes after Holly took a three month hiatus after stepping down from This Morning when she learned she was a victim of an alleged ‘kidnap and murder plot’ (Holly seen after making her TV return alongside Stephen Mulhern on Dancing On Ice last month)
But currently the Dancing On Ice host feels there’s no harm in seeing what’s out there and discovering whether she can follow in the footsteps of fellow Britons James Corden and Cat Deeley by landing lucrative TV jobs across the pond.
A source said: ‘Holly’s had an incredibly tough year, it’s really taken it out of her.
‘She thought long and hard about returning for Dancing On Ice and it’s proved to be the correct decision, it’s got her back in the groove again.
‘Jobs in America have always been at the back of her mind but due to circumstance, now they’ve become a genuine reality and she’s excited by that.
‘Discussions are taking place and she’s in no rush to take on any roles, but if there is a presenting gig she feels passionate about Stateside, she has the freedom now to explore it.
Holly quit This Morning after 14 years in October last year following Phil’s sacking from the broadcaster.
Phillip left the show after admitting to an affair with a younger colleague and lying to his co-star when questioned about the mounting speculation.
Holly quit This Morning after 14 years in October last year following Phillip Schofield’s exit from the show (Holly and Phillip pictured in May last year)
After she returned to the ITV programme without him, Holly was mocked for the statement she made addressing the nation, asking whether viewers were ‘okay’ following the revelation.
She then faced a further setback as a man was arrested for an alleged plot to kidnap and murder her, leaving her terrified.
According to reports, she was too afraid to leave her house after Gavin Plumb was charged for the crime, forcing her off-air for months.
She deliberated over whether to present Dancing On Ice with new co-host Stephen Mulhern, finally deciding to return to work in the New Year.