PIERS Morgan has revealed that he would storm off his OWN show if necessary, ahead of his sensational new TalkTV launch.

The legendary presenter, 57, made the jibe this morning in reference to when he stormed off and quit Good Morning Britain last year.


Ahead of the launch of his new show, Piers released a series of clips featuring his world exclusive interview with Donald Trump.

And this morning, he joined the BBC's Sunday Morning show to discuss the pressing stories of the day.

After playing a snippet of his Piers Uncensored interview where Trump revealed how he would have dealt with Vladimir Putin, the presenters wished Morgan good luck with his new show.

And Piers jokingly added that he might storm off his own show – if needs be.

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BBC presenter Sophie Raworth told Piers: "Good luck with your new venture" before teasing, "don't storm off this time!"

Piers sensationally quit GMB and stormed out of the studio last March in a row over Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The TalkTV presenter said: "I'll be uncensored…and it's actually Trump that does that."

Journalist Stephanie Flanders, sharing the sofa with Piers, then added: "Can you storm off your own show?"

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To which Piers jokingly responded: "Absolutely! I'll do anything."

The BBC presenter then jibed: "They'll be no one left to present it, there will be an empty chair."

This follows an ongoing feud between the former US President and Piers – triggered by a clip posted from his upcoming show on TalkTV.

Earlier this week, Piers Morgan thanked Trump after the ex-President said their explosive interview would give him a "big burst of ratings".

Trump stormed out after Piers blamed his refusal to admit defeat in the 2020 vote for last year's deadly Capitol riots.

He also barked "turn the cameras off" – but later denied walking away and claimed the clip was "deceptively edited".

The former President then doubled down on his remarks and released a second scathing statement slamming Piers.

He said: "Piers is off to a bad start, but thanks to me, he may get a final burst of big ratings before it all comes crashing down".

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Unrelenting Piers shared the statement on his Twitter as he urged Trump to "take a chill pill".

He wrote: "Love these statements" followed by a love heart emoji.

Watch Piers Morgan Uncensored on Monday 25th April on Sky 526, Virgin Media 627, Freeview 237, Freesat 217 or on Fox Nation in the US.

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