Meet your new CBS This Morning co-host! Journalist Bianna Golodryga has joined the morning news show as co-host alongside Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell and John Dickerson. Golodryga, who has been a reporter and fill-in co-host since 2017, started Wednesday morning.

Golodryga has been a correspondent an fill-in anchor for CBS This Morning, CBS Evening News and CBSN, the network's streaming news network. Golodryga started working for CBS News in August of last year, reporting live from her hometown of Houston during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Subsequently, she anchored coverage of the Las Vegas concert shooting and the funeral of First Lady Barbara Bush. She is an expert in financial issues and Russian politics.

Before joining CBS News last year, she worked for CNBC, ABC News and Yahoo News.

This is the first time CBS This Morning has had four co-hosts. The anchor desk has seen a lot of movement in the past year; co-host Charlie Rose was fired last year after allegations of sexual harassment emerged and was replaced with John Dickerson.

CBS This Morning airs weekdays at 7 a.m. ET on CBS.

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