Ranvir Singh ‘set to become one of ITV’s highest paid stars’ with new deal

Good Morning Britain presenter Ranvir Singh is reportedly set to become one of ITV's highest paid stars.

The 43-year-old political editor is rumoured to be set to sign a new lucrative contact with the broadcast giant.

It come after Ranvir wowed viewers on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing last year.

According to reports, ITV are desperate to ensure they don't lose Ranvir when her contract with the channel ends next month.

An insider told The Daily Mail: "Ranvir is loved at ITV and by its viewers, she has everything that the channel needs to move forward.

"There are lots of high- profile projects in the pipeline, too. The intention is that she will be one of the more used presenters. Nobody wants to lose her.

They added: "I don't think you'll be seeing her standing outside No10 in the early hours again. Ranvir is now a star."

Ranvir first hit television screens back in 2005 joining BBC's North West Tonight as a bulletin presenter.

She then appeared on ITV's Daybreak from 2012 until 2014 before become a correspondent on Good Morning Britain.

The mum of one took part in the 2020 series of Strictly Come Dancing.

She made it all the way to the semi-final with her professional dance partner Giovanni Bernice.

Ranvir recently addressed rumours she is leaving GMB while being interviewed by her co-star Piers Morgan.

Piers, 55, asked if she was leaving to which she responded: "As you know I don’t read these things and none of these things come from me.

"I don’t know what’s being said, but I love my job."

Ranvir filled in for ITV co-star Lorrane Kelly on her talk show last month, while the Scottish presenter took a few days off over the Christmas holidays.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6pm

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