By Alex Glenn •
Published: 06 Sep 2021 • 11:58
Susanna Reid breaks silence on Piers Morgan's future Credit: Instagram
Good Morning Britain’s Susanna Reid breaks her silence on Piers Morgan’s future.
Susanna Reid has revealed that she has not seen former GMB co-star Piers Morgan since he left the show in a very controversial manner. Susanna spoke out over the weekend and told Weekend magazine that: “He’s not left ITV – he’s still doing Life Stories. But no, he won’t be back on the GMB sofa.”
She added: “We’re in touch a lot.
“He’s had Covid and texted me to say he couldn’t taste fine wine.
“I said that makes getting presents for him a lot cheaper. We’ll have to make it a sparkling water lunch when we get together.”
Susanna also spoke about her shock as Piers left the show and said: “I was in shock. It felt surreal as Piers got up and left. I went out to talk to him; we had an animated discussion. I don’t remember what I said, it’s all a bit of a blur now, but back he came.
“I didn’t think he’d really leave the show.
“That was definitely another shock. The whole thing was intense, raw and emotional. Piers had been the person I’d sat alongside and forged a successful partnership with for five years.”
In other celeb news, Girls Aloud bandmates Nicola Roberts and Nadine Coyle pay emotional tribute to Sarah Harding.
Sadly, Sarah Harding died aged 39 after losing her battle with breast cancer and her tragic death has left the music industry shaken. Nicola Roberts aged 35 took to social media to share a heartfelt tribute.
Nicola said: ‘I’m absolutely devastated and I can’t accept that this day has come. My heart is aching and all day everything we went through together has raced round my mind.”
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Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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