Alison is being taken care of by the crew at ITV (Image: Ken McKay/ITV/REX)
It was introduced final week that beginning within the new yr, Alison would front the Friday episodes of the ITV daytime present alongside Dermot O’Leary.
Alison stated she ‘hoped to make viewers proud’ as she turns into a everlasting fixture.
Nonetheless, the choice means agency favourites Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes will transfer from their common presenting job to turn out to be Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield’s college vacation replacements.
Josie Gibson, who primarily presents the competitors segments on This Morning took to Twitter to ship a message of help after Alison was reportedly focused by trolls on-line.
Alison and Dermot have gotten everlasting fixtures on the ITV morning present (Image: ITV)
‘I can’t imagine some unhappy little sadsacks could be so vile to one of the crucial gifted, infectious, caring, insanely hard-working, and one of the crucial lovely souls on the planet,’ she penned.
‘There can be little or no trolling if everybody was verified earlier than making a social media account.’
TV host Matthew Wright, who usually makes visitor appearances on the ITV present, additionally threw his help behind Alison.
He tweeted: ‘All I can say (other than all trolling is evil) is watching Alison Hammond busting her ass filming This Morning panto (below difficult tech situations) is it doesn’t present!’
Josie described Alison as ‘one of the crucial lovely souls on the planet’ (Image: ITV/REX)
Matthew has proven his help in direction of Alison (Image: Ken McKay/ITV/REX)
Matthew and Josie’s messages of help come after it was reported that Alison is having duty of care meetings with ITV bosses following the web abuse.
To guarantee that she’s OK within the face of the negativity, the ITV crew has stepped in and began having conferences with the previous Huge Brother star to check-in on her wellbeing.
‘Alison confided that whereas the Friday gig is her dream come true, staying constructive had turn out to be a battle.’
After speaking to the crew, Alison has turn out to be decided to ‘put the matter behind her’, and has since declared that she ‘gained’t be bullied’, telling a fan that her ‘high self-esteem’ will keep her protected from the cruelty.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to ITV for remark.
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.