This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield suffered a mighty technical blunder which left them begging their crew for help.

The famous ITV presenting duo started panicking when they realised nobody from their This Morning crew seemed to be phoning members of the public during the call-in feature – called Spin to Win.

They had just admitted the segment needed some work when they kicked it off on Thursday's show (June 16) – telling viewers they weren't sure what to do on screen when waiting for their callers.

Holly and Phil joked they could just dance around on set as they waited to hear from their viewers – and revealed they'd had some "dirty" suggestions sent in which they wouldn't dare touch.

But when they tried to get the segment moving, the show fell into chaos as nobody from the production team seemed to be calling anybody – the key part of the bit.

A panicked Phil shouted: "Have we found anyone?" before Holly cried: "The phone's not even ringing! It didn't even ring!"

Phil let out an exasperated sigh as Holly told their team: "Guys, we've got to tie all the bits together. We've got to do the ringing and the bit."

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