Flagship ITV daytime show This Morning is set for a new presenter in the form of Cat Deeley, it’s been revealed.
Holly Willoughby quit the show last month, and speculation has been rife ever since over who will be replacing her.
According to The Sun, ITV is going to announce that Cat has joined the hit daytime show.
Cat Deeley is a familiar face (Credit: CoverImages.com)
Cat Deeley joins as a new This Morning presenter
The 47-year-old presenter will be sitting alongside Rylan Clark on the ITV sofa on This Morning on Monday and Tuesday next week (November 13 and 14). Wednesday will see Cat present alongside Craig Doyle. Alison Hammond and Craig will present on Thursday and Alison will be back alongside Dermot O’Leary on Friday.
Cat is a seasoned pro and execs have been keen to get her in for a while.
A source claimed to the paper: “Cat is a seasoned pro and execs have been keen to get her in for a while. She takes live TV in her stride and is really witty and personable with guests.
“She is comfortable interviewing both pop stars and politicians, so if it goes well she could be a much more permanent solution to Holly leaving. Cat would be safe captain to steady the ship,” they then added.