This Morning in presenter shake-up next week as show legend returns 13yrs after first appearance | The Sun

THIS Morning have revealed a host of changes for next week's show – with Rylan Clark and Ruth Langsford saying goodbye.

The pair have been fronting the ITV daytime hit as part of a rotating roster of stars filling in for Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.

Today This Morning revealed another set of hosts for next week – with Rochelle Humes and Vernon Kay fronting the show.

The ITV hit is also going to welcome back show legend Gino D'Acampo, who has been absent from our screens for weeks.

Gino, who first appeared on This Morning in 2006, has been a popular fixture on the show ever since.

The Italian chef, 46, revealed in March that he would be off the show for months.

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He told Holly and Phillip at the time: “I was just walking around because I am a little bit sad today.

"I am going to go to Italy very soon, so this is my last This Morning, until probably autumn or winter.”

Phil couldn’t resist joking: “Thank god for that."

A promo today explained what viewers could expect next week, saying: "Next week Rochelle and Vernon return to spice up your This Morning summer staycation.

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"With Oti Mabuse cha-cha-chatting about The Masked Dancer. Back in the hot seat, The Voice coaches Tom Jones and Anne-Marie.

"And he's back – Gino's here with more Italian inspiration. Next week on This Morning."

Phillip and Holly have been away for the whole of the school holidays with Josie Gibson and Craig Doyle and Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary among the partnerships replacing them.

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