Piers Morgan To Host Good Morning Britain Four Days A Week ‘For The Foreseeable Future’

Good news for some bad news for others.

Piers Morgan is now going to be hosting Good Morning Britain for four days a week now instead of three.

The broadcaster is normally on the show Monday to Wednesday but now he will be on Thursday too ‘for the foreseeable future’.

Piers who sits along side Susanna Reid will be bringing the latest coronavirus news for most of the week now.

It was on Wednesday night when Piers broke the news to his followers but then he confirmed it on the show on Thursday morning.

He replied back to a follower:

‘Thanks Tris, I’ll actually be doing 4 days a week (Mon-Thurs) on @GMB for the foreseeable future, starting tomorrow.’

The he tweeted again:

‘UPDATE: On tomorrow’s @GMB we’ll have man of the moment @captaintommoore, @KathJenkins singing We’ll Meet Again live… and @MattHancock

‘Oh, and me. I’m now doing Thursdays too – which I’m sure the Health Secretary will be especially pleased to learn.’

At the start of the show on Thursday Piers said:

‘It’s theraputic Thursday… but not any more.’

Co-host Susanna added:

‘You’ve taken over Thursdays.’

Piers then said:

‘It’s weird being here, I don’t know what’s going on. It’s nice to be here. Came in, everyone’s offering me cupcakes and hugs, being nice to each other… not any more.’

Are you glad that Piers is one the show Thursday as well now or not?

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