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This Morning's Rochelle and Vernon favourites to replace Phillip and Holly
Vernon Kay and Rochelle Humes are the favourites to replace Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on This Morning.The longtime presenting duo have been caught in hot water after they were accused of jumping the 12-hour-long queue of mourners waiting patiently to see Her Majesty, The Queen lying in state.The pair were seen briskly filing past well-wishers and the Royal Standard draped coffin at the back of Westminster Hall. READ MORE: This Morning's Phillip and Holly under pressure as petition to sack hosts reaches 50k But amid a petition titled axe Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby from TV, calling for the pair's departure from the ITV Daytime chat show reaching over 56,000 signatures at the time of writing, bookmakers William Hill have revealed the latest odds of who could replace the duo.33-year-old Rochelle and 48-year-old Vernon currently sit as the favourites at 2/1 after they filled in for the longtime pair whilst they were on their break over the summer.Friday host Dermot O'Leary and roving reporter Josie Gibson come in close second sitting in at 4/1 each.For the female presenting role, other show favourites Alison Hammond, Ruth Langsford and fill-in presenter Mollie King have all been marked at 5/1.For the male anchor Craig Doyle sits at 5/1, Good Morning Britain competition host Andi Peters is marked at 6/1, Big Breakfast presenter Mo Gilligan comes in at 12/1 and former This Morning showbiz presenter Rylan Clark sits at 14/1.talkTV host Piers Morgan is even in the mix, sitting at 100/1 alongside former This Morning host Fern Britton.Tony Kenny, spokesperson for William Hill explained: "They have been mainstays of the show for well over a decade but there have been plenty of calls for Phillip Schofield and
Chris Evans - Mo Gilligan - Ekin Su Cülcüloğlu - Davide Sanclimenti - Love Island winners Ekin-Su and Davide reveal they've landed their own TV show - dailystar.co.uk - Italy - Turkey - city Sanclimenti
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Love Island winners Ekin-Su and Davide reveal they've landed their own TV show
Love Island winners Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu announced that they will be heading up an ITV2 "road trip show" while appearing on The Big Breakfast today.Appearing on the first episode of the rebooted 90s show (August 13), the Love Island 2022 winners announced some juicy news that has left fans incredibly excited."It says that you have a big exclusive that you want to tell us about," host Mo Gilligan said after shouting "I've got a text!".READ NEXT: The Big Breakfast fans fume and switch off 2 minutes into reboot over 'shouting'Davide then proudly shared the exciting news when he said: "We are going to a road trip to Italy and Turkey, so one week in Italy and Turkey."Ekin-Su grinned at her beau as he then revealed: "We're gonna be on ITV2, so it's gonna be like our own programme."Fans seemed overjoyed at the news, with one exclaiming on Twitter: "Ekin-Su and Davide are getting their own show on itv2, love to see it! #LoveIsland #BigBreakfast." Another added: "Davide and Ekin are going on a road trip for an ITV2 program! Can't wait to see!""EKIN SU AND DAVIDE GETTING THEIR OWN SHOW the public are getting what they want for once," penned a third.While a fourth said: "Omg Ekin-Su and Davide just announced a TV show with their travels OMG OMG OMG."This came during the first episode of The Big Breakfast reboot which was headed up by new hosts AJ Odudu and Mo Gilligan.Returning to our screens for the first time since 2002, the revamped show made a comeback on Saturday (August 13) - much to the delight of fans.In its prime back in the 90s and early noughties, it aired more than 2,400 episodes in its lengthy run, and became known for its trademark house on Fish Island in East London.The likes of Chris Evans, Gaby
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