ITV This Morning's Alison and Dermot say 'we love you' and make pledge to Josie Gibson hours before I'm A Celebrity debut
19.11.2023 - 21:19
Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary have sent a supportive message to their co-star Josie Gibson hours before she makes her debut on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here. The This Morning presenter, 38, is one of 10 celebrities set to enter the Australian jungle for this year's run of the ITV reality show.
Kicking off on Sunday night (Nov 19), the show will see a host of famous faces including actress Jamie Lynn Spears, TV personality Sam Thompson, ex politician Nigel Farage and JLS star Marvin Humes arrive Down Under ready to embark on the trials and challenges in the depths of the Australian outback, overseen by hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly.
Josie, who regularly steps in to host This Morning in the show's ever-changing presenting line-up since Holly Willoughby's exit, has taken a temporary break from her duties on the ITV daytime show to jet off to Australia. And her co-hosts Alison and Dermot have since shown Josie that she has their full support, as well as making a cheeky pledge to her.
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Taking to This Morning's Instagram page just hours ahead of the new series starting at 9pm, Alison and Dermot appeared in the studio and spoke down the camera in a pre-recorded personal message addressed to Josie.
Alison, 48, said: "We just want to wish our very special angel presenter Josie Gibson the best of luck in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here," as Dermot, 50, echoed: "Absolutely. Our very own caramel bunny we love you very much and we are sending you all of our love."
Alison then pledged: "We
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