This Morning to air on Christmas Day as big stars are wheeled out for festive schedule shake-up | The Sun

THIS Morning will be on our screens on Christmas Day as the channel wheels out its festive big guns.

Viewers can tune into the popular day-time show as they usually would.

The programme typically includes a performance, quizzes, and an exchange of Christmas gifts among the hosts.

The show is set to air at 10am on Monday morning just after The Lorraine Christmas Day special which starts at nine.

Lorraine is known for pulling all the stops and bringing on the festive spirit.

In previous years, the host greeted special guests and featured performances from notable stars like Craig David and Emeli Sande.

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The current lineup of hosts for This Morning includes a rotating cast featuring Alison Hammond, Dermot O'Leary, Josie Gibson, Craig Doyle, Rochelle Humes, and Rylan Clark.

This change comes after the exits of Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.

ITV bosses have chosen Good Morning Britain host Ben Shephard, 49, and TV presenter, Cat Deeley, 47, to replace Phil and Holly.

Pay for the new duo is understood to be around £550,000 each — £150,000 less than Holly and Phil.

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A source said: "This is one of the most coveted gigs in UK television. ITV execs are determined to get it right.

“Cat really impressed when she came in, and Ben is a consummate professional and hugely popular with the housewife demographic."

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