Retired school teacher Jonathan from Wales and Brighton carer Suzie have been selected as the first of these guest editors.
This will form part of the show’s YouRaine episodes which will begin airing on Tuesday.
Lorraine Kelly wants to let fans ‘decide what to put on the show’
Speaking of the exciting move, Lorraine Kelly said: “We make the show for you (the viewers) so it makes sense to let you decide what to put on the show.
“I’ve loved meeting our guest editors and can’t wait to see what they come up with.”
Also among the guest editors is retired magistrate, Ellin from Stevenage in Hertfordshire.
The 69-year-old wants to “cover topics which encourage senior women that they are still valuable and beautiful in mind and body and can still have aspirations”.
Similarly, Suzie, who cares for her husband, says she wants to focus on “glamorous” fashion for older women.
Lesley from Glasgow, who is a former dermatology nurse, also shared that she wants to look at clothes for petite women.
Victoria Kennedy, Lorraine editor, said: “This is the first time we’ve ever handed the entire hour of our air time over to our viewers – every topic we cover has been hand-picked by them, from showbiz news stories to health and consumer issues.
“They’ve already come up with so many brilliant ideas, it’s going to be a great show.”
Jonathon from Barry in South Wales says he wants to cover men’s fashion and wellbeing and added that he enjoys Kelly’s interviews with celebrities on the ITV show.
On Tuesday, Financial Times consumer editor Claer Barrett, fashion journalist Mark Heyes, Dr Amir Khan and presenter Davina McCall will be in the studio as health, consumer affairs, showbiz and fashion are discussed.
As fashion was the main topic mentioned by the four guest editors, McCall will talk to former Glamour editor Jo Elvin.
In the interview, she will say: “I felt that particularly when it came to lingerie, we were served a fairly drab, rather boring, rather mumsy set of underwear.
“Whereas I think, self-love happens with your lingerie. It’s the first thing you put on, it’s the thing that you know you’re wearing. It’s not for someone else. It’s the thing that’s going to put a pep in your step.”
YouRaine airs on Tuesday from 9am on ITV1 and ITVX.