Piers Morgan won’t be leaving Good Morning Britain any time soon, as he has revealed his contract has been extended until the end of next year.
The outspoken host has kept us all watching in recent months as he and co-host Susanna Reid bring us the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic and the UK’s lockdown.
And let’s face it, he wastes no time in making his opinions known about everything that’s been going on.
And despite the ITV presenter being absent from the show this week, rest assured he will be back on Monday – and he’s here to stay.
‘I’ve just signed a new contract up for GMB until the end of next year. I love working with Susanna and the team – we’re a Ying Yang that works,’ he told The Sun.
During the coronavirus pandemic, Piers has been rather outspoken during some of his interviews, especially over the way he has quizzed some politicians.
His brash interviewing technique has even led the government to refuse to send MPs to appear on the show.
The Good Morning Britain host also sparked more than 3,200 Ofcom complaints for two of his interviews with care minister Helen Whately which took place last month.
The 55-year-old has always fiercely defended his interviewing technique with the MP, initially encouraging people to go to Ofcom.
However, the Ofcom decided not to investigate the host any further for his ‘combative’ interviewing technique.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am.
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