At 19 years old, Holly had her first TV job with a role on the CITV show S Club TV before moving to S Club 7: Artistic Differences.
Holly had a brief break from the media when she worked as a receptionist and TV runner.
However, she was soon snapped up by an agent after they saw her showreel.
The TV favourite continued her career in children’s TV by working on shows for CBBC.
She topped up her bank balance on programmes including Xchange, X-perimental and CBBC at the Fame Academy.
As her popularity grew, Holly landed her self-titled show with Stephen Mulhern named Holly & Stephen’s Saturday Showdown.
In 2006, she started to present Dancing on Ice with Phillip Schofield.
The TV host reportedly earns £200,000 for presenting the reality show.
Three years later, Holly joined Phillip again to become the host of This Morning.
When she joined the show, she reportedly had a remarkable salary of £400,000.
In 2017, this jumped to £600,000 as she was given a £200,000 pay rise to match Phillip’s salary.
The running time of This Morning extended by 30 minutes in 2020 and Holly was said to get a pay rise of £130,000 to reflect this.
Over the years, the mother-of-three has topped up her bank account by hosting a range of other shows.
She has fronted Celebrity Juice, The Voice UK and Surprise Surprise.
In 2018, Holly stepped in for Anthony McPartlin to host one series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!.
During the three-week stint, she was paid an estimated £500,000, or around £23,000 a day.