Paddy McGuinness mocks Patsy Palmer and Piers Morgan's Good Morning Britain walk-offs as he insists 'I'm going nowhere'

PADDY McGuinness poked fun at Patsy Palmer as he appeared on Good Morning Britain today, reassuring the hosts: "I'm going nowhere".

The EastEnders' icon furiously cut her interview on the ITV breakfast show short earlier this week after taking offence at her description at the bottom of the screen.

But that was not the case for 47-year-old Paddy who was thrilled to read he'd been called a "comedy genius".

The comic appeared on Good Morning Britain later than planned due to technical issues, but he was determined to make it on air.

Speaking to hosts Kate Garraway and Charlotte Hawkins as the interview finally kicked off, the star explained: "I'm in a hotel at the moment, sorry, I'm on my phone."

Leaning in to read his on-screen caption, Paddy then joked: "Well done on the 'comedy genius Paddy McGuinness' – there's no walking off here with that!"

While the presenters laughed, he went on: "I'm going nowhere, I'll be here on Monday – this is what you want!"

On Wednesday Patsy was left fuming when her caption described her as an "ex addict", labelling her as going from an "addict to wellness guru".

The interview had barely got started when she called them out for the remark, snapping: "I'm not doing this interview, I don't want to do it.

"It's not okay to have that at the bottom of the screen, I'm not going to talk to you."

Hosts Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid tried to apologise, and were left shocked when Patsy slammed her laptop shut – making the screen go black.

Before going off-air, the actress said she was doing "a real Piers Morgan", referencing the presenter's own walk-off last week.

Piers sensationally stormed out of the studio after his co-star Alex Beresford confronted him on comments he'd made about Meghan Markle.

Later that day, ITV announced that Piers would not be returning after he quit the show with immediate effect.

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