Alicia Quarles joining third hour of ‘Good Morning America’

Alicia Quarles is joining the third hour of “Good Morning America,” sources tell Page Six.

We hear the stylish anchor, who is a senior news correspondent on the syndicated “DailyMailTV” show five days a week, will appear on the ABC show twice a week as a contributor.

The morning show, which originally starred Michael Strahan and Sara Haines at its inception in 2018 and added Keke Palmer in 2019, was put on hiatus at the beginning of March due to the coronavirus.

“Strahan, Sara and Keke” was replaced with a harder news programming during the pandemic with Amy Robach as a host. The program has now been rebranded as “GMA3: What You Need To Know.” T.J. Holmes started Sept. 21 as a co-anchor.

Prior to “DailyMailTV,” Quarles, 39, appeared on “E! News” for three years before departing in 2015.

Quarles didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

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