Eamonn Holmes has completely won over Good Morning Britain viewers as he returned to the ITV breakfast show some 12 years after last working in that slot.
The presenter is hosting in the four days leading up to Good Friday, while regular host Piers Morgan takes some time off for Easter.
After just one day in the hot seat, fans are already calling for him to replace controversial Piers!
The Irish presenter was reunited with Kate Garraway and fans of the show were quick to get out the throwback snaps to their days together on GMTV.
One viewer reminisced about Eamonn’s days on the previous breakfast show incarnation: “@EamonnHolmes @kategarraway Rewind to 2001 when I watched #GMTV before heading to school. Haven’t aged at all. Great to see Eamonn on #GMB.”
Another fan wrote on Twitter: “Dear @ITV please give @EamonnHolmes a permanent job on Good Morning Britain he’s fantastic #GMB.”
“Can we dump @piersmorgan and keep @EamonnHolmes please please please!! #GMB,” another added.
A third said: “Why can’t @EamonnHolmes replace Piers Morgan every morning on #gmb id watch it all the time then.”
Speaking about being back on the show Eamonn, 57, said: “It has definitely been the same in many ways.
“Thank you for having me.”
Despite viewers calling for Eamonn to become a permanent host it looks like his wife Ruth Langsford wouldn’t be a fan.
The broadcaster revealed his wife wasn’t amused by the crack of dawn alarm clock.
He said: “She’s not happy.
“It was 2.40am the alarm clock today, she was not pleased.
“I think there will be separate sleeping arrangements in force tomorrow.”
Preparing for the early morning start Eamonn tweeted: “That’s what your alarm looks like when it’s time to get up for breakfast telly ….. It sounds a lot worse. But hey, let’s go.”
Ruth, also 57, replied: “Great to see him back on the @GMB sofa but have to be honest, I didn’t like this bit!”