Lorraine Kelly returned to her ITV chat show on Wednesday morning but some fans were complaining that they wanted Christine Lampard back as host instead.
In fact, Lorraine was hit with a number of complaints from disappointed viewers on Twitter – within seconds of the show starting on Wednesday.
It comes as regular host Lorraine had previously been on a break from presenting the daytime show as she took some time off for the summer.
In her absence, Cat Deeley and Christine Lampard had stepped in to present the daytime TV favourite as well as Ravir Singh.
And her return led to some furore on social media as many Twitter users suggested Christine should be made a permanent anchor.
Many were clearly impressed with Christine's performance leading the show, with some praising Christine's "genuine" and "warm" demeanor.
One viewer wrote: "Christine was the best"
"Let’s keep Christine !" said a second.
"Oh agree I haven’t watched this programme for years until Christine presented it .. genuine .. warm … friendly" a third commented.
"Love Christine hosting," said a fourth.
And another fan wrote: "Always prefer you presenting Christine!! So many others agree. Wish you were on full time"
While another viewer commented with: "Please can't we just keep Christine the only genuine to present the programme, didn't pretend to have read a certain book or thought every film being promoted was the best thing or said she loved everything."
And another fan chipped in with: "Have loved #ChristineLampard filling in"
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"Christine is so good interviewing her guests, can't understand why she is not one of the main presenters on Good Morning Britain!!," said another.
“Think @clbleakley should present #Lorraine more often,” said another.
Lorraine has hosted ITV's Lorraine for over a decade since the show first aired in 2010 – a continuation of her previous show, GMTV with Lorraine which began in 1993.
Lorraine airs weekdays on ITV at 9am
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