Former Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan has given his fans an indication that he may be returning to the popular breakfast programme.
After his explosive departure from GMB in March, due to his claims of disbelief regarding Meghan Markle's suicidal thoughts, many fans have petitioned for Piers to have his role as breakfast host reinstated.
But now Piers himself has hinted that there may be a possibility during an online exchange with a fan on Twitter regarding Dominic Cumming's latest questionings.
On Wednesday outspoken Piers tweeted from his account: "Wish I was on TV tomorrow morning.
"The Govt needs torching after this #Cummings testimony."
Reacting to his comment, a fan replied: "The whole nation wish you were on TV tomorrow morning Piers. Perhaps GMB can invite you on as a guest presenter for the one day. That would be amazing."
Piers quickly responded:" It would.. and I'm still technically under contract to present @GMB…"
Fans seemed to love Piers' statement and agreed that GMB should give him his old job back.
One fan penned: "Please go back….its dire without you. I just have it on as background noise, I used to sit and watch it when your on! The British public need you!!"
While another chimed: "Come on GMB bring him back! Nobody can hold them to account better than PM and you would have number 1 ratings tomorrow. You seriously think we want to see someone doing a downward dog! And ringing copper pots is something we want to see! Bring Piers back!!"
A third said: "Yeah, come on @GMB, I’ve not watched it since he left. Like Piers or not, we tuned in for the drama and watching politicians squirm."
Piers also issued a sarcastic apology about Cummings, saying: "A PERSONAL STATEMENT: I'd like to sincerely apologise for the way I held the Govt to account during this Pandemic. It's quite clear from Cummings' shocking testimony that I should have gone much much harder. Sorry."
After accumulating 41,000 complaints for his toxic rant over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey, ITV announced that Piers had "decided to leave" the show on the evening of 9 March.
Broadcasting regulatory Ofcom launched an investigation shortly after under its harm and offence rules due to receiving numerous complaints from viewers in two days.
Since departing from the show, father of four Piers has continued to promote his book, Wake Up: Why the ‘liberal’ war on free speech is even more dangerous than Covid-19.
GMB airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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