Holly Willoughby as a strong woman? She's perfectly pleasant and attractive - but she is a mere conduit for Schofield - a Stepford wife if you like.
She is good at reading an autocue, smiling and rapport with guests - but she's hardly groundbreaking or strong or talented. If she were to retire tomorrow, there would be plenty of others who could replace her. She's almost an automaton. Nothing wrong with that; she fills a void, but that's about it.
I'm the OP and I must say that Holly Wlloughby is a million miles away from my perception of a strong woman with talent.
Role models such as the superb Mary Portas, Alex Pollitzi and Harriet Harman have achieved everything without being traditional dolly birds and I'm in full agreement with the poster I've quoted.