Holly Willoughby ‘staying put’ on This Morning as she ‘signs new contract until at least 2023’… after fans called for Josie Gibson to replace her  

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Holly Willoughby has reportedly secured her spot on This Morning for the next two years after signing a new contract.

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The presenter, 40, who joined the ITV daytime show in 2009 after taking over from Fern Britton, is said to be ‘staying firmly in place’ after signing a rolling contract until at least the end of 2023. ‘ were supposed.

Holly’s confirmed fixture with co-host Philip Schofield, 59, comes just weeks after fans called for a permanent replacement for Josie Gibson after filling in for her earlier this month.

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Staying: Holly Willoughby has reportedly secured her spot on This Morning for the next two years after signing a new contract

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Mirror It is learned that Holly’s bumper new deal has ‘secured’ her place on the show and silence suggests that she was on the verge of leaving after a dispute with her former agents YMU.

A source said: ‘It seems like everyone wants that gig but Holly is very secure on a rolling contract for the next two years.’

The alleged contract means that at the end of her current deal, the mother of three will have been an anchor on the program for 14 years.

MailOnline has contacted Holi representatives for comment.

Popular: Holly's confirmed fixture with co-host Philip Schofield, 59, comes just weeks after fans called on her to replace Josie Gibson permanently after filling in for her earlier this month.

Popular: Holly’s confirmed fixture with co-host Philip Schofield, 59, comes just weeks after fans called on her to replace Josie Gibson permanently after filling in for her earlier this month.

In May, Holly was reportedly in crisis talks with ITV over her future on This Morning.

The TV star was embroiled in a legal dispute with her old agency YMU, which meant they could deduct her future earnings, despite breaking up with them last year.

It was claimed that Holly told ITV Daytime that she would prefer to step down from This Morning rather than allow her former management – with whom she had been for 13 years – to take £200,000 from her new contract.

an insider told Sun That the disagreement is not about money, but purely about the ‘theory’ of what is happening.

Safe: The 40-year-old presenter, who joined the ITV daytime show in 2009 after taking over from Fern Britton, is said to have persisted after signing a rolling contract until at least the end of 2023. Was 'living' from.

Safe: The 40-year-old presenter, who joined the ITV daytime show in 2009 after taking over from Fern Britton, is said to have persisted after signing a rolling contract until at least the end of 2023. Was ‘living’ from.

The source claimed that the issue surrounds Holly’s future earnings now that her former management is no longer involved in talks, adding that YMU is ‘trying to handcuff her for years to come. This is not right.’

This Morning viewers called out reporter Josie, 36, to be a permanent co-host on the show after filling in for stomach bug-stricken Holly for three days earlier this month.

The former Big Brother winner, who immediately became a fan-favorite – admitted that she cried after her anchoring debut, after being ‘bathed in love’ on social media.

As the show began, Phil exclaimed: ‘Look who’s back!’ Leaving Josie tickling: ‘Thank you very much!’ While Phil said: ‘There has been a massive backlash. everyone loves you’

Competition?  This Morning viewers called on journalist Josie, 36, to become a permanent co-host on the show after she filled in for three days earlier this month for stomach bug-stricken Holly

Competition? This Morning viewers called on journalist Josie, 36, to become a permanent co-host on the show after she filled in for three days earlier this month for stomach bug-stricken Holly

‘Social media can be a very dark place. But yesterday I was showered with love. It’s really embarrassing, but I cried well for almost half an hour!’ Josie accepted.

Phil asked Josie if she cried tears of “relief”, and she admitted: ‘It was very emotional. It was a really big deal to sit down with you yesterday and get all those lovely messages.

‘I can’t thank you guys enough at home,’ Jody said, before adding: ‘I just want Holly to be better. I can only wing it for so long!’

And viewers were quick to show their support for Josie, with some even requesting her to permanently replace Holly in the co-hosting role.

One person tweeted: ‘I’m worried Holly will be back tomorrow, should I ring Deirdre? #today morning’

Emotional: The former Big Brother winner, who became an instant fan-favorite - admitted she cried after her anchoring debut, after being 'bathed in love' on social media

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