Holly Willoughby was name-dropped in a recent release (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/REX)
Olivia Swann has name-dropped Holly Willoughby and her ‘big boobies’ in a track taking aim at the industry that is, quite frankly, pretty darn catchy.
The singer mused about those with ‘two faces’ in the bop named, er, Two Faces, which was released in late March – but it’s one particular reference of the This Morning presenter that has tickled us this week.
In the cheeky song, Olivia sings: ‘Stylin’ me into the box / Do I look like Holly Willoughby? She’s lovely, but / Have you seen me?
‘I’m not supposed to be on morning telly / Is it ‘cause I’m whitе with big boobies? / I mean pretty.’
Hey, it’s hardly the first time Holly’s boobs have been referenced in pop culture, with Lorraine Kelly previously causing a stir by asking where the star’s ‘Willoughboobies’ had gone on TV.
‘Well you always look beautiful,’ Lorraine said, as the pair chatted about health and fitness in 2017. ‘But don’t lose the Holly Willoughboobies.’
As Holly visibly cringed, she said: ‘I think they’re still there Lorraine.’
The star is yet to address the absolute bop (Picture: Matt Frost/ITV/REX)
Anyway, back to the track, and fans are loving the tune, with some comparing Olivia’s sound to early Lily Allen, and with the sassy quips we’re picking up what they’re putting down.
The song is racking up the views on YouTube, with Olivia telling fans on social media it’s just one of the many tracks she’ll be releasing this year.
Speaking about the release to Wonderland recently, she explained: ‘Two Faces is a song about that person who talks the big talk but who is fake with their small talk, telling you all the things you want to hear but as soon as your back is turned, they say the complete opposite.
‘It’s a common story in the industry of someone trying to mould and completely shape somebody to fit into a box, so someone had to say it!’
She added: ‘I’m definitely not that artist who is attracted by how much somebody can brag and name drop, it doesn’t work with me.’Original article published here.