The dynamic duo welcomed Disney animator James, who worked on Frozen 2, to the ITV daytime show today for a drawing masterclass.
James taught Holly and Phillip how to draw Frozen character Olaf via video link from Los Angeles.
Things took an awkward turn as James guided the presenters how to draw the popular snowman.
The artist told Holly and Phillip to begin by drawing two eyes and a carrot, leaving ITV viewers in hysterics.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "It's a willy drawing masterclass"
Another added: "Thats a c**k and balls"
A third joked: "Not saying that it looks like"
A fourth posted: "2 eyes and a carrot haha"
"Holly thinks she's on Celebrity Juice and not This Morning," a fifth wrote.
A giggling Holly was forced to tell James to "keep it Disney" during the hilarious segment.
Earlier on in the show, Phillip, 57, spoke about his friend's holiday from hell after a pair of his pals broke the travel guidance and flew abroad during the lockdown.
Phillip and Holly were joined by Hays Travel and the silver fox addressed his concerns over booking a holiday and flying abroad during the current climate, as airlines resume flights.
The TV star said: "Quickly, Simon Calder, I have got two friends who went on holiday.
"They shouldn't have done - if they were following the advice and the guidelines.
"They went to the airport, perfectly fine, and had a lovely experience in the airport because it was completely empty.
"They had a lovely time where they were going - not a very full of plane, all very lovely, empty beaches.
"Of course, you read stories that if you are prepared to stick your neck out and go against the regulations, you read some stories.
"If you go to Turkey, you could be charged £43 for a kebab, £22 for pitta bread and £65 to swim in the sea."
"Yes, those stories are doing the rounds," said Simon.
"Of course it comes down to buyer beware. We have spoken in the past about £50 ice creams in Rome, £100 pizzas in Venice.
"Check the menu - if it is a new place, and you do not know it, check. If they give you a menu without the prices on it, beware of that."
It comes after countries shuttered borders across the globe in March and April, as the coronavirus crisis took hold.
This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10am