This Morning fans are devastated as Cat Deeley is replaced in presenter shuffle

CAT Deeley has been replaced on This Morning today as the show undergoes a change of presenter.

The 47-year-old is the latest face on the sofa after a year of monumental changes.

Earlier in the week, Rylan Clark co-hosted with Cat Deeley


Earlier in the week, Rylan Clark co-hosted with Cat DeeleyPhoto credit: Rex
She then presented to Craig Doyle


She then presented to Craig DoylePhoto credit: Rex

Cat hosted with Rylan Clark on Monday and Tuesday this week before Craig Doyle stepped in yesterday.

Today Cat was swapped for Alison Hammond, who returned ahead of her usual Friday slot.

She and Craig took over the show on Thursday, with Dermot O’Leary returning on Friday.

Cat’s absence shocked viewers, who are calling for her to be a permanent replacement for Holly Willoughby.


One fan said: “She was brilliant! She has to be a permanent fixture.”

Another added: “It needs to be permanent. She is incredible, flawless, natural and so worth seeing.”

Someone else said: “Cat was so funny. Really this morning.” Suits her, please bring her back.

The Sun revealed Cat’s new gig last week as bosses continue to search for replacements for Holly and Phillip Schofield.

The flagship daytime show has been in crisis since star Holly, 42, quit in October, just months after Phillip, 61, was sacked over an affair with a much younger runner, leading to a shortage of presenters.

A ITV A spokeswoman said: “Cat Deeley and Rylan will co-host This Morning on Monday and Tuesday, Cat will co-host with Craig Doyle on Wednesday, then Alison Hammond and Craig on Thursday. Alison and Dermot will co-host the show on Friday as usual.”

Cat Deeley sat on the sofa with Rylan Clark today


Cat Deeley sat on the sofa with Rylan Clark todayPhoto credit: Rex

John Verrall

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