Under-fire Ukip leader Henry Bolton has hinted that he get back with former girlfriend Jo Marney – as long as it doesn’t damage the party. Mr Bolton appeared on Good Morning Britain the day after he refused to quit despite a spate of Ukip frontbenchers resigning out of protest at his leadership. When questioned over whether he would ever “revive his romance” with Ms Marney, who made racist comments about Prince Harry’s fiancee Meghan Markle and black people, Mr Bolton appeared unrepentant.
Henry Bolton admitted that the couple's relationship was "obviously quite incompatible" with his position as party chief.
Piers Morgan’s interview with former ice skater Tonya Harding was cut short after being subjected to intense scrutiny. Good Morning Britain hosts Piers and Susanna Reid began a live interview from America with Tonya – the skater who gained media attention after sporting rival, Nancy Kerrigan, was famously attacked – to discuss her new movie, I, Tonya. The former Olympic ice skater, 47, talked about this week’s Golden Globes where Allison Janney won Best Supporting Actress for her role in the biographical film coming out about the athlete’s life.
Piers Morgan shut down Munroe Bergdorf after using the n-word during a debate on 'blackface' and racism.
Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway made an embarrassing gaffe live on-air after calling Hollywood hunk Nick Jonas the wrong name.
Piers Morgan has upset Good Morning Britain viewers (again), this time after being rude to a cheerleader.
The shock slam certainly came as a surprise to co-host Susanna Reid who let out a huge gasp, and despite looking uncomfortable, Richard gave off a slight smirk. Piers Morgan branded a dating guru a “d**k” on Good Morning Britain. Piers then started to hastily backtrack, claiming he was only using the offensive term because it is another word for the 37-year-old entrepreneur’s name.
The John Lewis Christmas advert has become nearly as hotly-anticipated as the big day itself – and the 2017 version has finally dropped. Despite the company’s huge £7 million spend to bring this year’s main character, Moz the Monster, to life, not everyone is overawed by the two-minute clip. The advert sees a little lad, Joe, make friends with Moz, who is sleeping under the youngster’s bed when he snores a bit too loudly one day, waking him up.