SINCE Phillip Schofield’s abrupt departure, a whole host of presenters have stepped in as Holly Willoughby’s co-host on This Morning.
But this week Ben Shephard has proved such a hit with fans that they have been begging ITV bosses to make him a permanent fixture.
Holly, 42, has been paired up with Josie Gibson, Alison Hammond, Dermot O'Leary and Craig Doyle since Schofield quit, after admitting to an affair with a younger colleague.
But fans say Tipping Point presenter Ben, 48, is the "perfect match" for Holly.
One posted: "Ben should be permanent with Holly. They've worked together loads.
"He can laugh at the right moment. He's not loud. He's respectful.. he's professional."
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So just how does Holly get along with the rotating cast of co-hosts – and who does she share that extra frisson with?
Here, behavioural psychologist Jo Hemmings analyses the on-screen chemistry between Holly and her fellow presenters.
Ben Shephard: 'Dream team'
Ben Shephard is a regular on Good Morning Britain as well as fronting the game show Tipping Point, and with 25 years in the business, his experience is more than a match for Holly's.
Jo says: "Ben Shephard and Holly seem like the dream team.
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