Ranvir Singh has revealed that she will replace Lorraine Kelly on her ITV talk show for three episodes next week.

The Good Morning Britain beauty is set to swap studios and fill in for the Scottish presenter as she takes a break over the Christmas period.

Ranvir, 43, joined Lorraine on the sofa on Wednesday morning to discuss her shock exit from BBC dancing show Strictly Come Dancing but conversation quickly turned to a surprise announcement.

The ITV political editor said: "I'm hosting Lorraine on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next week. I can't wait."

"I'll be at home with my feet up watching with a cup of tea", Lorraine added.

However, Lorraine fans won't have to wait long to see the famous host back on their screens as her show is set to air on Christmas Day for the first-time ever.

The television legend will serve up an hour of heart-warming fun from 9AM onwards on Friday, December 25.

Lorraine will be letting viewers into the secrets of her festive period and sharing joy and laughter with some special guests.

Before Lorraine spreads some Christmas cheer, Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid will relive the moments created by the real stars of 2020 on Good Morning Britain from 6AM.

The dynamic duo will celebrate Covid heroes up and down the country, from the likes of Captain Sir Tom to the incredible staff of the NHS who saved so many lives.

Then at 10AM, Phillip Schofield, 57, and Holly Willoughby, 39, will be hosting a special episode of This Morning on Christmas Day.

The news was revealed by the channel's boss Kevin Lygo as he revealed an action-packed Christmas line-up in a special video earlier this month.

He explained: 'In a festive first we'll be showing one-off specials of our hit daytime shows on Christmas Day itself – Good Morning Britain, Lorraine and This Morning.

'They will be followed by a special Christmas helping of James Martin and Ainsley Harriott.'

ITV will broadcast a host of Christmas specials this December including Celebrity Juice, The Chase, Tenable, The Savoy At Christmas and Gordon, Gino and Fred.

The channel is airing the popular programmes as it hopes to bag the festive ratings crown in its ongoing battle against the BBC.

Lorraine airs weekdays on ITV at 9an

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