Ally Langdon has been hosting Channel Nine’s A Current Affair for the past year.
And despite her success in taking over Tracy Grimshaw’s chair, some viewers are suggesting that Deb Knight would be a better fit for the program.
The comments were sparked after Deb stepped in for Ally, who is currently on annual leave for the holiday period.
‘Thank God for [Ally] disappearing, now Deborah Knight gets the job like she should of got the job in the first place,’ one viewer wrote on Facebook.
‘I think Allison is great,’ reasoned another. ‘But … Deb Knight is an absolute number one replacement. I believe Deb will do a magnificent job.’
There have been calls from some A Current Affair viewers to have Deb Knight replace Ally Langdon (pictured)
‘I think Deb Knight does a MUCH better job presenting, and at least seems genuine and professional,’ wrote another.
Despite some griping over Langdon’s role, many viewers also threw their support behind the 44-year-old.
‘We love Ally! enjoy your break your chair is in good hands with Deb,’ gushed one.
‘Will miss her. Seems like a genuine caring person. Enjoy your break,’ wrote another.
‘You have done a magnificent job, looking forward to your return,’ added one, while another fan called Ally ‘a ray of sunshine’.
‘I think Deb Knight does a MUCH better job presenting, and at least seems genuine and professional,’ wrote one fan
Deborah hosted a 2GB radio show for the last four years but was recently sacked.
The broadcaster was ‘shattered’ by the news, reported The Sunday Telegraph last week.
Her salary was rumoured to be $600,000 when she began with the afternoon radio show in 2020 after being axed from the Today breakfast show.
But despite debuting at a stellar 11.4 per cent share results in the ratings, she has since dropped to a record-low 6 per cent market share in the most recent survey.