Piers Morgan teases TV return with cryptic response to GMBs Susanna Reid
Piers Morgan has teased a potential TV return with a cryptic response to his ex Good Morning Britain co-star Susanna Reid as news of Ofcom's ruling broke.
Before the Ofcom ruling, Susanna took to Twitter to confirm her return to GMB after taking a well deserved summer break. She wrote: "See you all tomorrow!"
To which her former co-host Piers quoted the tweet and said: "Sorry… can’t make it," hinting at a possible return some time in the future.
Fans of the duo flocked to the social media platform to chat about how much they miss the no-nonsense host.
One said: "Shame. It would be great to see you with @susannareid100 you bounce off each other brilliantly!"
Another said: "Can honestly say I’ve not watched since you left! May not have had agreed with everything you said… but… that’s what makes it more entertaining… hearing different points of view… and how you had the balls to call people out… stick up for others."
In response to that, someone said: "I’m the same the moment silly Alex Beresford opened his mouth that day that was enough for me not to mention the smarmy way he sits next to Susanna I can’t even watch it! They’ve lost my viewing and I had it on every morning without fail… now… nothing."
Piers Morgan wants GMB job back after Ofcom win over ‘Princess Pinnochio’ Meghan Markle
It has been revealed that Ofcom has ruled in favour of Piers, after he received more than 50,000 complaints for his comments about Meghan Markle after the bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview back in the spring.
Susanna retweeted the ruling to her 829k Twitter followers, which has sparked rumours that Piers may be returning to his job at GMB as anchor for the breakfast show.
It was revealed earlier today that Ofcom will not be taking any action against former GMB host Piers, who is now asking for his job back.
Piers Morgan wins Meghan Markle row as Ofcom says comments didn't break rules
Since Ofcom ruled in favour of Piers on Wednesday (September 1), Piers took to Twitter to say: "I’m delighted OFCOM has endorsed my right to disbelieve the Duke & Duchess of Sussex’s incendiary claims to Oprah Winfrey, many of which have proven to be untrue."
Piers also used his favourite nickname for Meghan: "This is a resounding victory for free speech and a resounding defeat for Princess Pinocchio."
Rumours have been spiralling around the former Good Morning Britain host since he walked out of his job.
Rife with speculation about what his next major TV move will be, many fans have been hoping that Piers will soon be heading to Wales for I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
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