ITV Breakfast, the company behind Good Morning Britain and Lorraine, have confirmed that Rochelle Humes and Eamonn Holmes are to host programmes next week.
Singer and TV presenter Rochelle Humes will guest host the magazine series Lorraine next week during the May half term holiday while usual host Lorraine Kelly takes a break. Former Saturdays star Rochelle will front the programme, which airs on ITV in England and Wales, STV in Scotland and UTV in Northern Ireland, from Tuesday 30th May to Friday 2nd June.
“I am so excited to be covering for Lorraine while she is off on holiday, Lorraine is one of my favourites shows and it’s a real honour that I have been asked to look after things for a week, I can’t wait to get started!” – Rochelle
Alongside all of the overnight showbiz news from LA, summer food with Dean Edwards, James Tanner and John Whaite, guests will include; Hollywood Star Zac Efron, singer Beth Ditto, Orange is The New Black’s Laverne Cox, actress and presenter Sheree Murphy, singer and presenter Jane McDonald, Bridget Jones author Helen Fielding as well as guests from Britain’s Got Talent. Mark Heyes will share his best fashion buys from the high street looking at occasion wear and Dr Hilary will front the Pulse.
It will be the first time that Rochelle has presented the breakfast show, although she has previously presented ITV Daytime’s This Morning with husband Marvin. Rochelle has also presented ITV entertainment series Ninja Warrior UK, The Xtra Factor and The Next Great Magician.
Also returning is Eamonn Holmes, the former GMTV host will present Good Morning Britain over the half term holiday while usual presenters Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid are on leave. Eamonn, who hosted the breakfast show for ITV for twleve years and Sky News’ Sunrise for eleven years, will present the show from Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June.
He will co-host with Charlotte Hawkins, his former co-presenter at Sunrise, from Monday to Wednesday, and Ranvir Singh – GMB’s Political Editor – on Thursday and Friday. Eamonn, who will also be presenting This Morning with Ruth Langsford next week, previously returned to the old GMTV studios to host Good Morning Britain for four days over the Easter holiday.
“Eamonn is a phenomenal broadcaster and journalist and it was great having him on the GMB team over Easter. I’m looking forward to having him back in the studio next week.” – Neil Thompson, Editor of Good Morning Britain
Rochelle Humes will present ITV’s Lorraine from Tuesday 30th May to Friday 2nd June from 8.30am. Good Morning Britain airs with Eamonn Holmes from Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June on ITV, STV and UTV from 6am.