Sunday, 5 July, 2020

Good Morning Britain viewers want Piers Morgan to stay as a permanent presenter!

Will he return as a permanent presenter?

Good Morning Britain viewers have spoken and they want temporary host Piers Morgan to stay as a permanent presenter.

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Piers Morgan is appearing on Good Morning Britain this week replacing Ben Shepard whilst he is away and Ladbrokes believe he will soon become a regular face on the breakfast TV show.

Following a flirtatious first day on the Good Morning Britain sofa along-side Susanna Reid, this morning Piers was seen to Grill Theresa May and SLAM Lord Sugar too.

Viewers of the show have taken to Twitter sharing their thoughts on Piers Morgan appearing on the show with one Good Morning viewer stating: “Never thought I’d say I’m a fan of watching @piersmorgan, but I LOVED watching him grill Theresa May this morning”.

The bookies reckon this could be the start of something new and now make him just a 2/1 shot to get the gig on a permanent basis. Although their seems to be a mixed reaction on social, the majority are positive about Piers’ appearance and he seems to be loving it too.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Piers has no shame, but it looks like his flirting with Susanna has gone down a storm with viewers and it’s not out of the equation he pitches up on the sofa again after his April stint.”

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