THIS Morning host Holly Willoughby was heard screaming after a psychic banana predicted England will win Euro 2020.
The TV presenter was overwhelmed with joy as she cut open the fruit to reveal the pattern indicating the Three Lions could take home the trophy.
This Morning's sooth-saying fruit has an enviable record at predicting results, correctly directing that England would beat Denmark this week.
The curvy Nostradamus also correctly predicted England victories against Germany and Ukraine in earlier episodes of the ITV show.
In 2018 the mystic banana also revealed the Duchess of Cambridge would be welcoming a baby boy ahead of the birth of Prince Louis.
Holly, 40, screamed with joy after revealing the banana had delivered the "biggest yes she'd ever seen" after asking it whether or not England would win against Italy.
She told viewers at home: "The banana has been 100 per cent right, so I'm feeling the pressure today – massively."
After explaining how the banana works, that a "dot means no and a 'Y' means yes", she proceeded to ask the "yes or no question".
"The question is, will England win the Euros? Yes or no?" Holly said to the banana, before taking a knife to the end of the fruit.
"I'm actually nervous, I'm starting to shake," she could be heard saying as she cut through the banana, revealing a strong 'Y' shape in the fruit.
Screaming loudly with joy, Holly concluded: "Yes! It's the biggest yes I've ever had and I've been doing this since I've been at school!"
Co-host Phillip Schofield celebrated by throwing his hands out in the air, while their on-screen guests also cheered in jubilation.
Iconic The Lightening Seeds track Three Lions '98 began to play in the background as celebrations continued in the studio.
Fans at home were equally delighted by the news, taking to Twitter to celebrate the psychic banana's 'yes' prediction.
"All hail the psychic banana," one wrote, while a second agreed: "Holly you've done it again! Footballs coming home, psychic banana!"
"Why watch the match now, the psychic banana hath spoken," a third joked of the winning prediction.
Italy are the only team standing in the way of England winning their first ever European Championships – and their first trophy since 1966.
Gareth Southgate and co will be hoping history doesn't repeat itself as the country gears up for our biggest game for 55 years
England have won just ONE major tournament in football history – the stunning 4-2 victory against West Germany to win the 1966 World Cup.
Now captain Harry Kane has the chance to lead his troops into the record books – against the Italians on Sunday in front of 60,000 screaming fans at Wembley Stadium.
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