Stacey Dooley goes shopping after being named as a potential host for new BBC ...

She was recently said to have made the shortlist to front the BBC's upcoming daytime show that will rival ITV's This Morning.

And Stacey Dooley opted for a laid back look as she went on a shopping trip in West London on Tuesday.

The TV presenter, 33, was dressed casually for the day, wearing a black jumper and a pair of grey tracksuit bottoms.

Casual: Stacey Dooley, 33, opted for a laid back look as she went on a shopping trip in West London on Tuesday

Casual: Stacey Dooley, 33, opted for a laid back look as she went on a shopping trip in West London on Tuesday

The former Strictly Come Dancing winner also sported a pair of black flip flops and carried a matching handbag.

The star tucked a pair of sunglasses into her jumper and added to her outfit with a pair of gold earrings.

Letting her locks fall loose down her shoulders, Stacey put safety first by wearing a face mask. 

It comes after Stacey was said to be in the running to host a new morning show on the BBC that will be similar to The One Show, with Rylan Clark-Neal also said to be a contender. 

Outfit: The TV presenter was dressed casually for the day, wearing a black jumper and a pair of grey tracksuit bottoms

Outfit: The TV presenter was dressed casually for the day, wearing a black jumper and a pair of grey tracksuit bottoms

Starting at 9.15am, the new show is expected to challenge ITV's mid-morning stars Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, as well as seeking to attract viewers from Lorraine Kelly's hour-long show that runs from 9am.

BBC executives hope the programme will also retain viewers from the Breakfast show, which draws an estimated nine million each week.

A source close to the project said: 'BBC Breakfast beats Good Morning Britain every day and The One Show is one of the channel's most loved and popular programmes, so the concept is based on that.

'The thinking is that if they can put a daytime version of the show on straight after BBC Breakfast, they'll keep some of those viewers, and will follow

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