Piers Morgan set for Good Morning Britain return, Lorraine Kelly insists I have no doubt

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Presenter of her self-titled daytime show, Lorriane Kelly, 61, has weighed in on whether former Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan, 56, is likely to make a comeback to the popular ITV programme. The ITV star revealed that she is certain that GMB has not seen the last of the former newspaper editor, adding that she wouldn’t be “surprised” if he made a comeback to the news show.

He will be back in some shape or form, I have no doubt

Lorraine Kelly

Commenting on whether the outspoken media personality is likely to return to his former seat next to Susanna Reid, Lorraine said she had “no doubt” about it.

She said: “He will be back in some shape or form, I have no doubt.”

Despite being confident, the star added that she has no knowledge of any official comeback plans.

Lorraine continued: “I know nothing, but never count him out of anything.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if he came back. Nothing would surprise me about Piers,” she added, speaking to The Sun.

The Scottish presenter revealed that she personally had not heard from him since his GMB exit three months ago.

Lorraine went on to comment on his silence.

“He’s been very quiet, has Piers. I’ve not heard a peep from him since,” she revealed.

Addressing their personal relationship, the mother-of-one had only good things to say about her ITV colleague.

Lorraine admitted: “He’s very kind to me…. he’s actually a really nice guy.”

The star went on to joke that Piers says that her clean image is “bad” for his brand.

“He says to me ‘will you stop saying that I’m a nice person because it’s very bad for my brand,'” Lorraine said, before adding: “That makes me want to do it even more!”

The controversial personality caused backlash with his comments about Meghan Markle following her tell-all interview with Oprah, which aired back in March.

Speaking on the ITV show, he said: “I’m sorry, I don’t believe a word she said … I wouldn’t believe it if she read me a weather report”.

Ofcom revealed that they received over 41,000 complaints following the contentious comments.

Hours later, ITV released a statement confirming the presenter’s departure from the show

In his exclusive interview on 60 Minutes Australia, the former newsreader revealed how the Royal had complained to his boss following his comments – which he hadn’t known at the time.

Piers said: “I didn’t know this at the time but Meghan Markle had complained to my boss at ITV on the Monday night.” (sic)

“It was demanded I apologise for disbelieving her otherwise I would have to vacate my chair”, Piers said.

However, the Surrey-born presenter said that he refused to apologise: “I saw my job to hold them to account like I would to a government minister and for doing that, within 36 hours I had to leave the job”, Piers added.

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