A Place In The Sun host Scarlette Douglas has revealed she's set to replace TV presenter Richard Arnold as Entertainment Editor on Good Morning Britain over the festive period.
Speaking to showbiz expert Johnny Seifert last night as part of his popular Secure The Insecure podcast, property expert Scarlette, 35, was asked what on-screen plans she has secured for the future and whether her fellow I'm A Celeb campmates might be willing to give her a helping hand.
"Charlene [White] is on the Loose Women panel. Is there an 'in' for you there?" host Johnny asks her.
"Ooh, that's a good question!" Scarlette teases.
Johnny asks, "Have you ever had an audition for Loose Women?"
"Never!" she replied. "But – exclusive – I'm gonna have my own section on Lorraine and I am also covering on GMB over Christmas. So, you're not technically allowed to be across any other shows in daytime. So This Morning, Loose Women, Lorraine and GMB.
"You kind of can either do one or the other. Luckily and very nicely. They've allowed me to do both GMB and Lorraine."
Johnny asks in return: "So what are you doing on GMB? Good Morning Britain is if anyone does know what the acronym is Good Morning Britain."
"I’m covering Richard Arnold for his Christmas break," Scarlette reveals. "So I'm on their 28th, 29th and 30th of December, during the entertainment slot."
"Good times!" Johnny says. "It's a good time to do the entertainment on that these days because there's nothing to talk about, so you literally get a longer start you can just talk Christmas TV."
Scarlette will stand-in for Richard, 53 – who became the Showbiz Editor for ITV Breakfast programme Daybreak until the show was axed in 2014 before quickly being made Entertainment Editor for Good Morning Britain the same year – at the end of the year.
And as well as making several glam red carpet appearances since returning home from the Aussie jungle earlier this month – including at this year's MOBO Awards – Scarlette has also since hit out at her I'm A Celeb co-star Chris Moyles for allegedly "ghosting" her.
Claiming to have been messaging the radio DJ, 48 – who she argues has failed to respond to her voice messages – she also told Johnny on the podcast: "So Chris and I had met on the Ant and Dec Tour, so when I saw him, I was like, I've met you before."
She continued: "We've got a mutual friend , I am the voice of Capital Xtra and you are on Radio X next to the Capital Xtra studio And he's like, No way. So we had a really good bond since when we were in there.
"And then since we've come out, I kind of message him a bit, and he doesn't really get back to me. So if you're listening, Chris, can you please reply to my voice note?"
Scarlette then laughed: "I just think he's actually busy. And he's actually got a life outside of me sending voice notes. But when we were in there, we had this thing. So we both love the Hunger Games."
She adds, "So just randomly we'd whistle the theme, ok, obviously a bit better than that with the whistle. And we would just do that to each other all the time. And that was our thing.
"So I just send him voice notes during that whistle, and then he just doesn't actually listen to them."
Scarlette Douglas spoke to Johnny Seifert on the Secure The Insecure podcast.
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