Lorraine Kelly Shares Her Honest Take On Phillip Schofield And Holly Willoughby's This Morning Exits
"I miss them," Lorraine said of her former ITV colleagues.
“I don’t think I did! But I am sorry if that's what you thought you might have heard."
"And so it begins..."
She and a new co-host will reunite after first appearing on screens together over twenty years ago.
According to The Sun, Holly Willoughby is still to confirm whether she will host next year's series following her This Morning exit.
The ITV daytime show has seen the departures of both Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby in recent months.
Schofield left ITV back in May after admitting to “unwise but not illegal” affair with a younger member of staff on This Morning.
The ITV daytime show's original co-host spoke out following Holly's decision to leave after 14 years.
"We just loved working with Holly. She made coming to work so much fun. We’re all really sad."
Broadcaster faces social media backlash for handling of presenter leaving This Morning.
About Holly Willoughby
Holly Willoughby is one of the most recognisable faces on the TV thanks to her presenting roles on 'This Morning' and 'Surprise Surprise'. She first started her presenting career alongside best mate Fearne Cotton on CBBC, before moving to to host kids Saturday morning show 'Ministry Of Mayhem' with Stephen Mulhern. But Holly soon made the leap to primetime telly, hosting 'Dancing On Ice' with Phillip Schofield, then later taking over from pal Fearne on 'The Xtra Factor'. Her biggest role came when Fern Brittion quit 'This Morning' and Holly became the new face of daytime TV with her 'DOI' co-host Phil on 2009. She's also been putting up with Keith Lemon's antics on comedy panel show 'Celebrity Juice' alongside best friend Fearne Cotton, and also co-hosted the first two series of 'The Voice UK' on BBC One with Reggie Yates. Since quitting the show, she's fronted a revived version of Cilla Black's 'Surprise Surprise', and sports panel show 'Play To The Whistle' alongside Frank Lampard and Bradley Walsh. She is also the host of new ITV dating show 'Meet The Parents'. Holly is married to TV producer Dan Baldwin, and the couple have three children - Harry, Belle and Chester.