Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary began their This Morning presenting duties on Friday as they replaced Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.
ITV revealed Eamonn and Ruth were leaving the show last year, and now Alison and Dermot will be taking the presenting reigns every Friday.
Today marked the pair's first show in 2021, and viewers gave them high praise indeed as they adored their hilarious banter and on-screen chemistry.
Taking to Twitter, one viewer said: "Alison and Dermot I'm already OBSESSED, I love this so much."
While another fan wrote: "Loving Alison and Dermot on This Morning already, so refreshing!"
A third added: "I b****y love Alison and Dermot."
"I am actually so happy that it's Alison and Dermot now", gushed another.
Some fans did miss Eamonn and Ruth though, as one wrote: "Missing Eamonn and Ruth already."
Another remarked: "Gonna miss Eamonn and Ruth on a Friday, but I do like Alison and Dermot too but just feels weird."
During the show, Alison suffered a cringeworthy 'dead dog' gaffe while interviewing Graham Norton.
In a discussion about his new Virgin Radio show, Alison asked the host: "The last time I saw you, you were with your dog out and about! I've just been told I'm going to get four-legged friend.
"Have you still got your dog?"
Graham replied: "No. dead."
Dermot O'Leary fell into fits of laughter as Graham chuckled too.
Alison remarked: "I'm gutted. I'm so sorry I'm absolutely devastated."
Luckily, Graham found the situation funny as he laughed: "Sorry I'm being horrible."
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.
- This Morning
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