Janey and Roger Join “This Morning” as Travel Log Hosts
In a recent exciting development, Janey and Roger, stars of “My Mum, Your Dad,” have joined the team of ITV’s popular daytime show, “This Morning.”
Dermot O’Leary and Alison Hammond welcomed the couple onto the famous blue sofa to share this thrilling news with viewers.
The duo is set to host travel logs for the show, offering audiences the opportunity to explore lavish destinations across the globe.
Welcoming Janey and Roger to the “This Morning” Family
After a warm welcome from Alison and Dermot, Janey, who has been in a relationship with Roger for six months, expressed her enthusiasm, saying, “We’re really excited.
We have met each other, and we do want to be together.”
The Changing Landscape of “This Morning”
Janey and Roger’s addition to the “This Morning” team coincides with the departure of long-time hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
In recent months, there has been significant change on the show, with Phillip stepping down from his role as the main presenter earlier this year due to an admitted “unwise, but not illegal” affair with a younger male staff member.
Holly’s departure last month was related to safety concerns after an alleged plot to kidnap and murder her came to light.
In her statement, Holly expressed her gratitude to the show’s team for their years of collaboration.
Exciting News for “My Mum, Your Dad” Fans
Janey and Roger’s announcement arrives on the heels of ITV confirming the return of “My Mum, Your Dad” for a second season, following the success of its first run.
The show, hosted by Davina McCall, is set to return with some new twists, and casting is currently open to applicants.
While further details about the upcoming season have not been disclosed, it’s clear that the show’s popularity continues to grow.
A Global Phenomenon
The format of “My Mum, Your Dad,” created by father and daughter duo Haley and Greg Daniels, has garnered international attention.
It has been commissioned in various countries, including the United States, Sweden, Germany, France, New Zealand, and Australia, where it has also returned for a second series.