The Project host Carrie Bickmore has led the way in welcoming Lisa Wilkinson to the show after her shock departure from Channel Nine.
The presenter, 36, took to Twitter to share her sheer delight at getting to work with the former Today Show host.
It's not just her new co-host that is thrilled with her decision to move, with a stream of high profile celebrities and journalists all congratulating Lisa.
In a sleuth of supportive messages left on Lisa's Instagram page, The Daily Edition's Sally Obermeder and Gold Logie winning actress, Rebecca Gibney, shared their words of praise.
"Congratulations on all you've achieved," Sally, 44, wrote. "You should be so proud."
While Rebecca commended Lisa for her 25 years in the business as well as her style, talent and humour.
Other leading females who have toasted to her success include, Sunday Night's Melissa Doyle, Footy Show host Erin Molan and senior journalist for Ten, Sandra Sully.
Hey we can do dinner now @Lisa_Wilkinson— Melissa Doyle (@melissadoyle) October 16, 2017
Congratulations! Enjoy sleeping in x
Now officially welcome to the family Lisa! X🌺 https://t.co/od0jyakFu9— Sandra Sully (@Sandra_Sully) October 16, 2017
Wonderful role model for all women in the media. You will be greatly missed @Lisa_Wilkinson Thank you for all the advice, love and support x— Erin Molan (@Erin_Molan) October 16, 2017
@Lisa_Wilkinson congratulations on your new role. It goes without saying how brilliant you are but off- air, thank you for your kindness x— Rebecca Maddern (@RebeccaMaddern9) October 16, 2017
Thinking of my colleague @Lisa_Wilkinson snoozing past 3am today and basking in the glow of a smart, bold and empowered, decision. Go girl!— Virginia Trioli (@LaTrioli) October 16, 2017
The Australian television presenter Lisa Wilkinson announced last night she was leaving Today after 10 years over failed contract negotiations.
She will be starting her new role in the New Year, alongside co-hosts Waleed Aly and Peter Helliar.