After the ouster of Bill O’Reilly, the Fox News lineup is in a flux.

Could more changes be coming?

New reports indicate Fox could be set for another big shakeup.

Two new talent shakeups could drastically alter Fox News.

Kimberly Guilfoyle – co-host of ‘The Five’ – is reportedly in the running to replace Sean Spicer as Press Secretary.

Philly.com reports:

“After a pretty tough week for White House press secretary Sean Spicer, President Donald Trump is reportedly mulling a broad shake-up of his communications team, and floated the idea of bringing in Guilfoyle, according to the New York Times.

Six West Wing officials told the Times that Trump is dissatisfied with several top aides, especially Spicer, who the president kept out of the loop about the decision to fire FBI director James Comey out of fear Spicer’s staff would leak the news to media outlets.

Trump’s decision led to a mad scramble by the White House communication’s team following the announcement, leading to a widely-mocked moment where Spicer hid “among the bushes” as reporters sought answers about Comey’s firing.”

She was considered for the job during the transition, but was passed over for Spicer, an ally of then RNC Chairman and current Chief of Staff Reince Preibus.

Spice comes from the establishment wing of the party, so conservatives would applaud Guilfoyle – who has developed a following in the grassroots from her time on Fox – ascending to the position of Press Secretary.

But that isn’t the only rumored change at Fox.

When Congressman Jason Chaffetz announced his retirement, speculation immediately began on what his next move would be.

Pundits tossed around the idea that he retired to set up a gubernatorial bid in Utah for 2020.

His next move, however, could be a prominent role at Fox News.

Washingtonian Magazine reports:

“There is another possibility. According to two GOP lawmakers who have spoken to Chaffetz directly and four senior House Republican aides, Chaffetz has been telling people he’ll take on what one source calls a “substantial role” in on-air talent at Fox News Channel, possibly as early as July, amplifying whispers that Chaffetz will not finish out his current term.

Chaffetz, 50, has said on Facebook he made “a personal decision to return to the private sector.” Some observers in Utah speculated that he might join Fox News in some capacity. His announcement came the same day as the network revealed it would cut ties with Bill O’Reilly.

It is unclear what precise role Chaffetz may play at Fox, or if a deal has in fact been finalized. Spokespeople for Fox declined to return multiple requests for comment.”

Guilfoyle leaving ‘The Five’ would create a massive hole in the shows lineup.

Would Chaffetz, a former Congressman and prominent committee chair who investigated Hillary Clinton, be the replacement?

However, moving to New York would take him out of Utah, so he may want to remain there in order to keep his political roots for a future run for office.

We will keep you updated on any new developments in the ongoing story surrounding Fox News.

UPDATE: Politico reported Chaffetz will resign from Congress on June 30th and hs told sources he will take a position with Fox.