This Morning viewers have been asking for at least two weeks about the disappearance of a popular segment on the show, Spin to Win.
The new game introduced in January sees hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, and Friday's hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes, give viewers the chance to win a prize.
Viewers can apply to play and must guess the show password, before answering a question correctly in order to spin the wheel.
The game has brought serious chaos to the show for the past two months, with things going wrong including viewers swearing and breaking the rules.
But fans have been a little confused, after it stopped airing without word around the beginning of February.
Fans were convinced the game had been axed, with no one even mentioning it.
Now, Holly and Phil have confirmed its return with it set to be back on the show on Monday.
They've also explained the reason behind it going off air.
On Thursday, the presenters confirmed fans could now apply for the first game, while suggesting the "hard work" of the game was behind the disappearance.
After an advert played confirming the news, Holly said: "So it's been on holiday has it?"
Phillip added: "I’ve been looking forward to the return of Spin to Win, we've known it's been coming for a little while but I think it's gonna be quite special when it does."
With it promised to be "bigger and better than ever", the hosts then brought it up again later on in the show.
Holly said: "You may have been wondering where our spinning wheel has gone.
"Well, we worked very, very hard in the New Year and it's been having a little bit of a rest, but it's back Monday."
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.