Alison Hammond says there's 'ups and downs' on This Morning as co-star Craig Doyle asks 'what is going on'
18.11.2023 - 17:00
Alison Hammond has told fans there are 'ups and downs' on This Morning in her latest Instagram post. The presenter, who fronts the ITV daytime programme every Friday alongside Dermot O'Leary shared a behind-the-scenes glimpse from her latest stint on Friday (Nov 17).
Aside from their usual Friday slot, Alison and Dermot have also stepped in to host during the week in the show's ever-changing presenting line-up. This Morning's presenting schedule was thrown into chaos earlier this year when Holly Willoughby quit after 14 years on the show.
It came after her co-star Phillip Schofield also chose to leave after admitting to an 'unwise but not illegal” affair with a younger colleague. Since the two hosts have departed, TV presenters such as Craig Doyle, Rochelle Humes, Josie Gibson, Rylan Clark and the latest new presenter, Cat Deeley, have fronted the show.
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Taking to her Instagram on Friday, Alison, 48, shared a video of herself and Dermot having fun with the This Morning crew as they took part in a dancing TikTok trend. Sharing the clip with her 1.4 million followers, Alison wrote: "The ups and downs of @thismorning with @dermotoleary and our wonderful team . Happy Friday and have a great weekend."
Fans quickly took to the comment section to praise the TV star. One wrote: "Oh Alison. You just glow. Watching you just makes me feel so full of joy," as another added "I don't know how we deserved you Alison but your existence is a beacon of light," and a third said: "Love you Alison your Hilarious."
But the video left Alison's co-star Craig
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