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Ranvir Singh is filling in for Lorraine Kelly who is taking some needed time out with family, however viewers certainly aren't happy with the change.
Fans of the show, took to Twitter in their masses saying that they had been forces to "switch off" after spotting Ranvir's "annoying habit".
Online users were outraged that the GMB political correspondent wouldn't let anyone get a word in edge ways and kept interrupting guests, including Dr Hilary Jones.
On angry viewer penned: "@lorraine For the love of God could Ranvir PLEASE let people answer?!!! It's very annoying. Stop interrupting!!"
"Christ @lorraine can #ranvirsingh STOP asking a question and then constantly interrupting and talking over people when they try to answer?
"She does this every time she's on and doesn't need to shout! It’s not all about you Ranvir! I have to turn her off. Awful," fumed another.
A third tweet read: "Finding @lorraine very frustrating this morning. As much as I like Ranvir she is constantly talking over her guests. #lorraine"
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- Lorraine Kelly
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