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Two hours of live entertainment coming soon from ITV Daytime

Published: Fri 11 Oct 2013

Stephen Mulhern, Kaye Adams, Nadia Sawalha and Peter Andre are set to present new live entertainment shows for Sunday mornings on ITV.
TV presenter and all round entertainer, Stephen Mulhern, will present Sunday Side Up - a live fun-filled hour of entertainment every Sunday morning.   With celebrity guests, showbiz chat, games and surprises Stephen will keep the weekend spirit alive with a fully interactive show for the whole family.
TV Presenter and author, Nadia Sawalha and journalist and presenter Kaye Adams will then take over the reins with Sunday Scoop - a topical mix of the week’s news with great food and debate thrown in.  The co-hosts will be joined by a third male host every week with TV Presenter, musician and reality star,  Peter Andre, joining them for five shows across the series.  
The trio and will be doing just what the audience at home will be doing; devouring the papers while guests and friends pop in for a cuppa and a chat. They’ll be swapping gossip, catching up on social media and preparing the best meal of the week - Sunday lunch! 
Stephen said: “I am thrilled to be hosting ITV’s Sunday Side Up!  Can’t wait to get started and spend Sunday mornings live on air with some very special guests and some genius entertainment ideas that will amaze, excite and make you laugh out loud! I love the fact the show is live so we can react to anything that's happening at any time, with our viewers being part of it from start to finish!"
Nadia said: “ I cannot believe my luck that every Sunday I will be presenting a show alongside my best friend Kaye Adams that will essentially mirror what will be going on in homes across country. Great gossip and guests and to top it all I get to cook lovely food throughout the show that I will try really hard not to eat all myself! See you on Sunday soon…”
Kaye said:”This is an amazing opportunity to be part of the kind of programme that I would like to watch on a Sunday morning. I can't think of better company to be in than like minded viewers and my dear friend , Nadia Sawalha. I also look forward to enjoying some fabulous food because , thankfully, Nadia will be cooking and not me !”
Peter said: “I cannot wait to get started on Sunday Scoop. It is great to be involved in a show that is based on news and current affairs but that is also for all the family. It will be so much fun and the absolute perfect way to spend a Sunday morning. I also love the fact that it is live as you just never know what will happen and it will be an exciting new challenge for me.”
Director of ITV Daytime Helen Warner said:  “I’m delighted to introduce these fresh new series to the ITV Daytime schedule. A mix of great talent, live topicality and entertainment they promise to invigorate Sunday mornings for our viewers.”