This Morning makes change to ITV show days after Hollys replacement confirmed

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    This Morning has made a major change to its opening credits – and fans are not happy.

    The ITV show returned for another instalment on Friday (November 10). Hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary were back at the helm of the feel-good programme.

    But within minutes of the show airing, it appeared that the show had undergone a major change during its opening credits. And viewers were quick to share their complaints.

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    During the opening credits, viewers usually hear the This Morning theme tune playing. However for the latest episode, it was a euro pop updated version.

    The change was due to the show having a "party day." This Morning regular and DJ Gok Wan will be on the decks all show playing some tunes. But fans were not too impressed with the updated intro.

    Rushing over to X, formerly known as Twitter, one person said: “That isn’t a good sound.” Someone else proclaimed: “What on earth is this sh*t euro-pop?”

    A third fumed: “30 seconds and I’ve already switched off. That’s a new record.” Another added: “Not sure I can stomach this pile of sh*te."

    The change to the opening credits comes days after after Cat Deeley was confirmed as a new presenter on This Morning. She will reportedly host alongside Rylan Clark for one week starting on Monday, November 13.

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    ITV bosses have been scrambling to find a permanent replacement for Holly Willoughby, who stepped down from the show last month. A source told The Sun: "Cat is seasoned pro and execs have been keen to get her in for a while. She takes live TV in her stride and his really witty and personable with guests.

    "She is comfortable interviewing both popstars and politicians, so if it goes well she could be a much more permanent solution to Holly leaving." The insider went on: "Cat would be safe captain to steady the ship."

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