May Ruth and Eamonn soar ship to the BBC? (Image: ITV/REX)
This Morning’s Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford may very well be leaping ship to the BBC.
It has been reported that the couple have been dropped from their Friday hosting gig on ITV’s This Morning, to get replaced by Dermot O’Leary and Alison Hammond.
Whereas nothing has been confirmed but, the BBC are reportedly set to supply the celebs, each 60, their very own present to entrance.
A supply instructed The Sun: ‘Eamonn and Ruth have an enormous fanbase and are very skilled.
‘They’ll simply carry any variety of reveals, so producers on the Beeb are contemplating handing them a format to entrance.’
Ruth has been engaged on This Morning since 1999 and was made an everyday presenter in 2006.
She has additionally fronted ITV reveals together with Unfastened Ladies, however in 2017, competed on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, whereas she and Eamonn have introduced various documentaries on Channel 5.
Dermot and Alison impressed bosses over the summer time (Image:
Eamonn has been working with ITV since 1979 when he joined Ulster Tv, and commenced engaged on GMTV in 1993.
Nonetheless, he has hosted Jet Set and SUDO-Q on the BBC and a present on BBC Radio 5 Reside, in addition to working for Sky Information.
It was reported final week that after 14 years, Eamonn and Ruth would get replaced on their common Friday slot.
The couple often current on the finish of the week whereas Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby are off, however Alison, 45, and Dermot, 47, are mentioned to have impressed bosses after they took over internet hosting duties through the summer time.
ITV has denied the pair have been axed, saying: ‘Now we have a stellar presenting line-up on This Morning with Holly and Phillip and Eamonn and Ruth.
‘Any additions to this line-up might be introduced sooner or later.’
X Issue star Dermot did, however, address the rumours whereas showing on Eire AM earlier this week.
He mentioned he hoped to do extra presenting on This Morning, however added: ‘It’s all the time tough when there are colleagues and pals concerned.
‘There’s nothing confirmed but, however you understand, we loved doing the summer time, so we’d love to do extra.
‘However on the identical time, you don’t wish to tread on anybody’s toes or deal with anybody badly. So that you’re all the time kind of caught between a rock and a tough place on that kind of stuff.’
Metro.co.uk has contacted Eamonn and Ruth’s reps for remark.
This Morning continues on weekdays at 10am on ITV.