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GOOD Morning Britain fans will be celebrating after a legend will return as host of the show alongside Susanna Reid next month.

MoneySavingExpert.com’s Martin Lewis has landed a regular spot on the ITV breakfast show.

Susanna will be joined by a very special guest on Mondays

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Susanna will be joined by a very special guest on Mondays
Martin will be joining Susanna

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Martin will be joining Susanna

Martin’s new role comes as the nation faces a cost of living crisis while the energy cap keeps rising.

The financial whizz is set to host Martin’s Money Mondays this September, alongside Susanna.

It’s a huge coup for the TV channel as Martin will no doubt continue to grill politicians with his no nonsense approach to the cost of living crisis.

Earlier this month he called for action after experts warned energy bills could reach £4,200 this winter.

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Good Morning Britain fans will have noticed 51-year-old Susanna was missing from the studio from August 8.

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Her co-host Richard Madeley was on the morning show as usual, but Charlotte Hawkins stepped in to replace Susanna.

The long-serving show anchor has taken the summer off having covered some huge news stories since the beginning of 2022.

Susanna always takes the school holidays off as her three children are still at school.

Susanna will back on GMB after the school summer holidays.

Although ITV hasn’t confirmed an exact date, it is likely to be Monday September 5, 2022.

Meanwhile her co-host on Mondays, Martin hit the headlines after a addressing the rising cost of TV bills.

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Martin’s MoneySavingExpert.com has urged Sky customers to check their bills, after Ofcom said the phone firm did not send the correct alerts to customers.

Sky was slammed by the regulator for not warning customers that they’ve reached the end of their contract.

Customers should be alerted up to 40 days before their deal ends.

When contracts expire, customers are typically moved on to a standard deal – these are usually more expensive.

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