This Morning fans beg producers to make major change as Josie Gibson and Craig Doyle host the show | The Sun

THIS Morning fans have called on the show's bosses to make a major change to the line-up as the holiday team take over.

Josie Gibson and Craig Doyle have been fronting the ITV show in place of regular hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

Many have insisted they would be happy to see the stands-in given the keys to the This Morning studio full-time.

One begged: "Please please make josie and Craig regulars they are amazing together."

Another tweeted: "I love Josie and Craig presenting! We need them to become permanent. They are so natural."

A third insisted: "Craig and Josie really should be the main presenters.

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"They have chemistry, they aren't smug, they don't squeak when they talk and they don't call everyone babe. It's time ITV listened to the viewers. Keep these two on."

At the moment Holly and Phillip are the main presenters of This Morning with Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary their deputies, hosting the show on Fridays and many holidays.

Other stars used by the series include Rochelle Humes, Vernon Kay and former Friday co-host Ruth Langsford.

She and husband Eamonn Holmes were a fixture on This Morning for more than a decade but were replaced at the end of the week by Dermot and Alison.

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