Following media reports on the weekend that she may be eyeing a move to primetime, Sunrise co-host Melissa Doyle has again restated her commitment to the Seven show.
“I’m happy, I love Sunrise,” she said. “I’m under contract. I signed a new contract a couple of months ago. I love it, I’m happy, I’m committed,” she told The West Australian.
This follows her tweet on Sunday that also quashed rumours.
“Yes, look, I am here, every morning. I wouldn’t get up at 3 o’clock unless I really loved it. I’ve got to the point where you have to just say, ‘I’m here, I love it, there’s nothing more I can say’.”
Doyle watered down speculation that her guest report for Sunday Night last month meant she was planning a switch, noting that she’s doing less primetime hosting than previous stints with The Zoo and Where Are They Now?
“Sunday Night was a great opportunity; I’m a journalist, that’s what I want to do and being able to do feature stories for a program the calibre of Sunday Night is a privilege.
“Absolutely I’d love to do more but, if every time I do one, I get this ‘oh she’s going to do it full-time’ – maybe I won’t.”