The presenter previously worked with John Noel Management, and credits the company’s owner heavily in her recently-released autobiography, however he is no longer involved in Caroline’s career.
In a statement issued to the Mirror, a spokesperson for the ‘X Factor’ host confirms: “John and Caroline left on good terms and after 11 years she wanted a change."
It’s been a rollercoaster year for Caroline, who returned to ITV to present Simon Cowell’s show, after triumphing on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
While Caroline and her co-presenter Olly Murs have generally been a hit with fans, a series of gaffes have detracted attention from the duo.
On Saturday, Caroline was forced to defend herself, after viewers blamed her when a VT failed to play properly.
While some media reports branded Caroline and Olly as “bumbling” and “floundering”, the presenter was quick to hit back, replying to a post about the hitches with: “Not our fault. Technical issue. Get your facts right."