Hugely-popular presenting duo, AJ Odudu and Will Best, 38, who hosted the reboot of Big Brother a few weeks ago, are being tipped to "replace" comedian Mo Gilligan at next year's Brit Awards.
The 2024 ceremony, which is expected to air in February, could mark a new presenting era for the highly-anticipated awards show.
British star Mo, 35, who is known for his talk show The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan, hosted the Brits in 2022, and was so successful he was invited back for round two in 2023.
Sadly, Mo confirmed last month that he won't be coming back for a third time, instead passing the baton over to some fresh blood in the arena.
AJ, 35, has been increasingly popular with audiences in recent years, having starred on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins and Strictly Come Dancing in quick succession.
She then helmed talk shows, and was thrilled to bag the role of joint host on ITV reality show Big Brother, which made its iconic return on a new channel after making a name on Channel 4 and Channel 5 previously.
According to reports, ITV bosses are said to be hoping AJ and Will will bring a "fresh feel" to hosting duties.
“No one was really sure how things were going to pan out after they were announced to host Big Brother but both AJ and Will have gone down amazingly with bosses and viewers at home," a source told The Sun.
The insider went on to say that ITV could be trying to make the awards show even more exciting by having "two" presenters instead of one.
What's more, AJ and Will are just two stars in a list of potentials, and according to the source, "nothing has been decided".
Despite that, they said: “After six years of solo hosts, a double act would really give the show a new feel."
OK! has contacted a representative at ITV for comment.
Before Mo took over the role in 2022, Jack Whitehall was known as the Brits' presenter, and he helmed the awards for four years in a row.
Emma Willis and Dermot O'Leary had the job of hosting before Jack, in 2017.
The 2024 Brit Awards are expected to take place on 2 March next year. They will likely be broadcast from the O2 Arena in London, as in previous years.
Paloma Faith and Dua Lipa are just two of the mammoth British stars expected to perform.
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