Radio X announcer Gordon Smart will appear on the show for the first time later this week. By joining Charlotte Hawkins just before the new year.

Good Morning Britain announces new hosts in major shake-up ahead of New Year

Radio X announcer Gordon Smart will appear on the show for the first time later this week. By joining Charlotte Hawkins just before the new year.

Good Morning Britain viewers will wake up to new faces on TV as ITV shows shake up

Radio X announcer Gordon Smart will appear on the show for the first time this week. By joining Charlotte Hawkins just before the new year.

“I’m excited to be on Good Morning Britain both in front of and behind the camera,” Gordon said ahead of the launch.

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“Many of the problems facing the country right now are very close to each other. And I am enjoying the opportunity to participate in the debate,” he added.

Gordon will present the show on Thursdays and Fridays from 6am on ITV1 and ITVX. Regular hosts Susanna Reid, Ranvir Singh, Richard Madeley, Kate Garraway, Ben Shephard and Martin Lewis will return in the new year, the Mirror reports.

This week, Charlotte Hawkins and Rob Rinder will hold the fortress until Gordon steps in. Tomorrow, watch I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, as Scarlette Douglas brings you the latest showbiz and entertainment news.

On Christmas Day, fans watched as Susanna Reed reunites with a young Ukrainian girl who went viral for singing Frozen’s Let It Go in a bunker in Kiev during the war with Russia.

Eight-year-old Amelia Anisovych first met the Good Morning Britain presenter in Poland in April, with Amelia and her mother later arriving in England. Amelia wowed the world with her performances. Since then, she has performed on stage in various TV shows including The Voice Kids in Poland.

On Christmas Day, GMB presenter Susanna welcomed Amelia on ITV to talk about what she’s been up to since their last chat.

in a pre-recorded reunion Susanna said “It’s a pleasure to meet you. I’m so excited to meet you!” Amelia revealed that she used to live in the US and even recorded songs for a secret project.

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2023 Book: Prince Harry’s Spare Begins Publishing Bonanza
Welcome book lovers! It’s that time of year to relax and immerse yourself in the literary mesmerizing year ahead.

We’ve rounded up some of 2023’s most important titles (sorry for those who missed the cuts). But this article may have ended longer than War and Peace.)

First of all, it’s a memoir. And we kick off the year with one of Prince Harry’s autobiography, Parts, which references the phrase “Heirs and Parts” assumed that

It is expected to include the entire story of the prince behind his decision to abandon royal duties and move to the United States. (Though after Oprah and the six-hour Netflix documentary, there’s a lot more to reveal.)


while it promises We’ll have to wait and see how many bridges will be burned in the UK when Penguin releases January 10.

Other notable biographies include renowned children’s writer and poet Michael Rosen, who shares his story and life lessons in Getting Better. Rosen is one who explores both the grief of losing a child and the long battle with COVID-19 February 2, Penguin.

Record Blake Morrison’s groundbreaking confession, and when was the last time you saw your father? was published nearly 30 years ago, and his latest book came out on the anniversary.

Two sisters dealt with the guilt and shame of many. Blake’s sister, Gill, struggles with alcoholism. Meanwhile, he uncovers Josie’s backstory. February 16 with his half-sister, Harper Collins.

On a lighter note, from Studio 54 to Sex and the City, fashion stylist Patricia Field tells the whole story in her Pat in the City — Got It, Harper Collins February 14.

Actor and transgender advocate Elliot Page will also release a memoir about coming of age June 6. Penguin

One of the most talked about upcoming books in literary circles is Kevin Jared Hosen’s Hungry Ghosts, an epic about two different families living in Trinidad in the 1940s, which goes into Engaged in mysterious and gruesome events

The late great Hilary Mantel described it as It was “profoundly impressive”, while fellow Booker Prize winner Bernadine Evaristo said it was an “amazing novel.” Bloomsbury, February 16.

There’s more historical fiction from Kate Morton in Homecoming, set in her native Australia. An unsolved murder case dating back to the 1950s comes into the spotlight as journalist Jess begins digging into her sister’s Sydney home 60 years later.

If contemporary fiction is more your thing You could do worse than picking up RF Kuang’s Yellow Face, a shocking satirical thriller set in the world of publishing. It deals with identity politics. toxic friendship and cultural appropriation with humor and sharp beats. Harper Collins, May 25

For fantasy fans, Hell Bent is the sequel to Leigh Bardugo’s Ninth House. School dropout Stern in a fantastical tale of magic, monsters and violent twists so you can guess, January 10, Publishing House Gollancz.

Balli Kaur Jaswal’s Now You See Us was also fun with lots of talk. A story about the lives of three migrant women who work for a wealthy family in Singapore. and was described as The Help meets Crazy Rich Asians May 25 Harper Collins.

Max Porter, best-selling author of Grief is the Thing With Feathers, and Lanny return with Shy, documenting strange moments. A Few Hours in the Life of a Troubled Teen, April 6, Faber & Faber.

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