GOOD Morning Britain host Ranvir Singh is still missing from the breakfast show after a sudden dash off-screen.
The 44-year-old was taken off air yesterday over an emergency health issue after presenting the news.
Ranvir Singh on Good Morning Britain yesterday before being taken off air
Charlotte Hawkins was in to read the news this morningCredit: Rex
Despite many fans hoping she would return today, Ranvir was replaced by Charlotte Hawkins.
And in another show shake-up, Susanna Reid presented the first hour alone.
She was then joined by Martin Lewis from 7am who took over from Richard Madeley’s usual Wednesday slot.
Yesterday Richard feared Ranvir “wouldn’t get through” reading the news before she revealed her struggle live on air.
Ranvir said she was suffering from severe hay fever – and had woken up with streaming red eyes and a swollen face.
But when she was yanked off air after taking a turn for the worse, Ranvir’s replacement Louise James revealed fears she had suffered an allergic reaction.
The host had previously sought advice from TV doctor Hilary Jones in the studio after ditching her contact lenses and wearing glasses instead.
When Ranvir had finished the news, Richard said: “Hey, credit to you. You’ve got the worst hay fever I think I’ve ever seen.”
Ranvir said: “I don’t know what’s going on. That’s why I look like this today.”
Richard replied: “I thought you were going to have to stop half way through, are you alright?”
“I’m OK, thanks. Just streaming eyes.”
Susanna said Ranvir would be “back in a moment”, but had failed to return to the show.
Half an hour later, Ranvir was replaced by reporter Louisa to read the news.
After Susanna asked how Ranvir was doing, Louisa explained: “She’s OK, well we think she’s going to be OK. We think Ranvir may have had an allergic reaction. She’s got a sore eye. She’s just resting.”