Holly Willoughby to host a special edition of Surprise Surprise

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ITV has announced that a special edition of the iconic show Surprise Surprise will broadcast later this year.

The special will be hosted by Celebrity Juice team captain Holly Willoughby, who will be giving well deserving members of the public the biggest surprise of their lives!

Holly Willoughby, who also hosts ITV’s This Morning and will host The BBC’s The Voice later this month, said: “What an incredible honour to be asked to present this Surprise Surprise special for ITV1. I can’t wait to get out there delivering new surprises to the nation.”

The hour-long show will boast a number of tear-jerking surprises and dramatic family reunions as Holly and guests help make some dreams of a lifetime come true.

Executive Producer and Creative Director, Michael Kelpie says: “Surprise Surprise is one of those iconic ITV shows that I remember watching with my family growing up and the chance of bringing it back is a dream come true.”

ITV producers want to hear from anyone who would like to nominate someone special in their community.. So, if you have a family member or a friend you would like to spring a surprise on you should contact the Surprise Surprise production team by emailing surprisesurprise@itv.com..

Last updated: Thursday 15 March 2012
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