Alison Hammond will be presenting on BBC Radio 2 for the next few weeks, so cancel all your plans for the foreseeable.
The iconic This Morning host will be sitting in for Rylan Clark-Neal on his afternoon show and will begin her tenure on Saturday.
Is this the best replacement in the history of replacements? We think so.
Ahead of shared the joyous news on Twitter, getting fans excited for her debut.
‘I’ll be keeping @Rylan shoes warm on @BBCRadio2 this Saturday,’ she posted. ‘If you fancy a little Ali love come and join us.
‘I’ve got some fab tunes lined up to see you through.’
Kicking off her three-hour slot (yes, really!), Alison has teamed up with The National Lottery to launch the Good News Bulletin, a weekly round-up of feel-good stories about amazing charity efforts from around the UK.
Unsurprisingly, fans were overjoyed by this blessing of an announcement and shared their excitement on social media.
‘Best decision the BBC has ever made,’ one enthused.
Echoing a similar sentiment, another added: ‘You will be fantastic Alison Hammond. I just love your infectious spirit, you are amazing.’
Alison is set to have a busy few weeks as she’s also joined This Morning as a guest presenter over the summer as Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield take a well-earned break.
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