Sibley Scoles has been promoted to co-host of Access Hollywood Weekend alongside Scott Evans, the NBC-produced program announced Monday.
Scoles joined nationally syndicated Access Hollywood earlier this year, and will continue to serve as a correspondent for Access and new companion show, All Access.
“Since joining ‘Access’ full time in February, Sibley had become an integral part of the team – alongside Mario Lopez, Kit Hoover and Scott Evans – covering the biggest events in Hollywood,” Maureen FitzPatrick, senior executive producer of Access, said in a statement.
“Whether reporting from a red carpet, a feature film set or the ‘Access’ stage, Sibley is able to engage viewers with her enthusiasm, humor and positive energy. We are thrilled to have her anchor our weekend show with Scott,” FitzPatrick added.
Scoles moved to Access after serving as an entertainment correspondent for E! News. She previously worked as a host on Revolt, Sean “Diddy” Combs’ music television network, and as an on-air personality at iHeart Radio’s 92.3 FM in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, Mario Lopez was named Access Hollywood co-host in July, after jumping from rival Extra.
Emmy Award-nominated Access Hollywood just kicked off its 24th season. The daily, half-hour show tapes in Universal City, Calif.