Peter Crouch gets shock of his life after finding Holly Willoughby in his bed on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show

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Peter Crouch’s jaw dropped after he found his wife, Abbey Clancy, was replaced by Holly Willoughby in his bed in Michael McIntyre’s Big show segment Midnight Gameshow.

Former Liverpool, Portsmouth and Aston Villa striker, Peter Crouch  reacted hilariously  after he fell foul of a prank live on BBC’s Michael McIntyre’s Big Show at the weekend. The footballer was given the shock of his life after wife Abbey Clancy was swapped in his bed with Holly Willoughby.

The prank took place during a game of spot the difference when Michael McIntyre burst  into the former Spurs and Burnley player’s bedroom while he was sound asleep. Peter was subjected to a number of games, including a visit from a robot dressed Ramesh Ranganathan.

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Though the funniest and most shocking of them all came after the former Southampton and Stoke City  frontman  was told to tell the host what had changed after the lights were switched off. It took Peter a long time to notice that Abbey, his wife of 12 years, had totally disappeared and was replaced.

A totally unaware Peter Crouch turned to his left to catch a glimpse of This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby cuddled up alongside him. He was left so unsettled that he jumped in shock and hilariously hid under the duvet before collapsing in laughter.

Holly smiled and said “Hi Pete” before Peter replied “I was not expecting that one”. The ITV daytime host admitted “This is weird for me too”.

The clip of the laugh-out-loud prank was shared by Holly Willoughby on Instagram and was captioned: “If you missed this from @michaelmcintyresbigshow at the weekend you’ll enjoy this @crouchy‘s reaction is the best”. Abbey Clancy replied with: “Holl this was the best ever ❤️ love you”.

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