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It will be a real pleasure."James will be stepping into Eamonn Holmes' shoes, and no doubt he'll go down a treat with viewers of the award-winning show.A source close to This Morning said: "James is very much looking forward to being part of ITV daytime and as well as guest hosting the show, he also hopes to show viewers some of his cooking skills in the studio 8 kitchen too."If viewers approve of the move then I’m sure bosses will be keen for him to join the This Morning family for items across summer."Since James' departure from Saturday Kitchen, a host of guest presenters have been lined up to front the breakfast show - including Michel Roux Jr, Lorraine Pascal and Donal Skehan.Viewers were impressed with 29-year-old Donal last weekend and called for him to replace James as permanent host.It comes after James thanked fans in a statement released by the BBC and said that his decision to host the much-loved show for so long had been a "lifestyle choice", which he chose instead of starting a family. James Madison grew up on a plantation called Montpelier in Virginia. He studied under an influential tutor named Donald Robertson and then the Reverend Thomas Martin.He attended the College of New Jersey which would become Princeton, graduating in two years.
The host of BBC1’s Saturday Kitchen told the Standard it would be a “casual, accessible” venture in central London.
James Madison (1751-1836) served as America's 4th president. He served as president during the War of 1812, also known as "Mr.
Madison's War." He served during a key time in the development of America.
He was an excellent student and studied subjects ranging from Latin to geography to philosophy. On September 15, 1794, Madison married Dolley Payne Todd, a widow.
It's been revealed that the 43-year-old chef will host ITV's This Morning alongside Ruth Langsford on Friday April 29.
James - who is back in the UK following a recent USA trip - said of the new role: "I am really excited to be part of a show that has been a staple for so many people.