She was recently confirmed to be taking over This Morning on Fridays with Dermot O’Leary.
And Alison Hammond, 45, is reportedly going to host Wheel Of Fortune as the game show returns after nearly 20 years.
The last episode of the popular ITV show was aired in December 2001, and was originally hosted by Nicky Campbell when it debuted in 1988.
Reboot: Alison Hammond, 45, is reportedly going to host Wheel Of Fortune as the game show returns after nearly 20 years
Carol Smillie, Bradley Walsh, Jenny Powell, John Leslie and Terri Seymour have also hosted the show, with Alison now set to add her name to the list, The Sun reported.
A source told the publication: ‘Her profile has rocketed recently. She’s delivered some standout interviews.’
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The This Morning presenter joined the show in 2003, one year after her appearance on Big Brother.
Popular TV show: The last episode of the popular ITV show was aired in December 2001, and was originally hosted by Nicky Campbell (pictured with co-host Carol Smillie)
And now she is set to take over the Friday slot from Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, which she will co-host with Dermot O’Leary.
In an announcement on Monday afternoon, it was revealed that 60-year-old show veterans Eamonn and Ruth – who have presented This Morning for 14 years – will now present the ITV favourite during holidays.
The incoming presenters will begin their new coveted jobs on January 8, joining a line-up that also includes main hosts Phillip Schofield, 58, and Holly Willoughby, 39.
Breaking her silence on the shake-up following weeks of speculation, Alison, 45, said in a statement: ‘I never dreamt that when I first joined This Morning – initially for a few months – that I would still be there 19 years later.
Confirmed: Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary have been confirmed as This Morning’s permanent new Friday hosts, replacing Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford
‘I genuinely care about the show and the viewers who watch, so it’s a huge privilege and honour to be hosting a show I adore so much. I’m just really excited to be doing even more of what I love alongside the lovely Dermot.’
Sharing his own statement, co-host Dermot, 47, said: ‘I’m deeply thrilled and honoured to be joining the This Morning team next year. We have huge shoes to fill and we are well aware what a privilege it is to be stepping into them.
‘Above all, we want to have fun and for you to be able to kick your weekend off with a smile, especially given the year we’ve all had.
Replaced: Show veterans Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford – who have presented This Morning for 14 years – will be demoted to hosting the ITV favourite during holidays
‘So I’m delighted to be co-hosting with the living embodiment of sunshine on a rainy day. I can’t wait to get started.’
The news comes after Alison revealed that presenters on This Morning aren’t the best of friends, amid claims she’s locked in a feud with Ruth and Eamonn.
In an interview conducted before the shakeup was revealed, Alison claimed that only main hosts Holly and Phillip Schofield are off-camera pals.
The TV personality, who attended Ruth and Eamonn’s 2010 wedding, told The Sun: ‘We’re not on top of each other, do you know what I mean?
‘Phillip and Holly, they go on holiday together. They genuinely love each other, in a brother and sister way.
‘But literally when we finish everyone wants to go home to their families and see them. We’ve got it just right I think. But no they all go and do their own thing.’
On Thursday, Alison shared a cryptic message, as she took to her Instagram account to tell her followers that ‘strong people don’t tear down others’.
Days earlier, Ruth was forced to deny she was making a dig at Alison, after it was revealed the former Big Brother star will replace her on the flagship daytime show.
Amid the ongoing drama, Alison posted a cartoon picture of a girl and a dolphin rising to the surface of the ocean together, with the words: ‘Strong people don’t put others down. They lift them up.’
Speaking out: On Thursday, Alison seemingly had her say on the ongoing This Morning team drama, sharing a telling message on Instagram