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.
Piers Morgan and Lord Alan Sugar fat shame each other on live TV before setting themselves a £5,000 weight loss challenge for charity.
Diane Abbott shocked breakfast TV viewers this morning by using the N-word live on air. The shadow home secretary was appearing on Good Morning Britain to discuss the racist and sexist abuse she receives from Twitter trolls. Ms Abbott shocked presenters and viewers when she said she had been called a “n***** b****”.
The bus driver who swerved his double-decker bus out of the way at the last minute to avoid hitting a woman who had been pushed into the road has spoken about the incident for the first time. Olivier Salbris was hailed a “total hero” by Good Morning Britain (GMB) presenter Susanna Reid for his actions, after the female pedestrian was nearly killed on Putney Bridge, west London. The 33-year-old victim was shoved onto the road by an unidentified jogger in May – right into the path of the bus.
Piers turned on his TV wife Susanna Reid earlier and accused her of ‘fat shaming’ his ‘double chin’ after his top button burst off live on air. Piers has accused Susanna of fat shaming him. Susanna was treading on thin ice when she claimed his multiple “chins” had caused the top button on his shirt to pop off live on Good Morning Britain.
Is Piers Morgan trying to hammer the final nail into Theresa May’s coffin? Piers shocked viewers and his Good Morning Britain co-host, Susanna Reid today when he made an offer to the prime minister to shoulder some of her duties, after she welcomed in a hung parliament and refused to resign as the head of the Tory party following the snap general election on Thursday. Piers Morgan made an offer that some of his fans would support, after Theresa May welcomed in a hung parliament.
Piers Morgan has done the right thing and said he is sorry to Ariana Grande for slamming her reaction to the Manchester terror attack. Dragging fellow singer Katy Perry into the mix – after she praised Queen Elizabeth II for visiting the injured who are recovering in a number of hospitals in Manchester – Piers said it “might have been nice” if Ariana had stayed in the UK and done the same.
A new poll released today has shown that Labour is continuing to close the gap with the Tories as the General Election looms closer. The poll by Survation for ITV’s Good Morning Britain (GMB) puts Labour on 37%, up three points on a week ago and six points behind the Tories, whose position remains unchanged on 43%. The Liberal Democrats on 8% and Ukip on 4% are both unchanged while the SNP are down one on 2% and the Greens are also down one on 1%.
Piers Morgan loves a good debate with a double-dose of controversy on top. Joan Collins agreed with him, and Lorraine Kelly didn’t take much notice of his rant, but one guest went toe-to-toe with Piers and stopped him in his tracks.
Former Liberal Democrats leader Vince Cable got his sums all wrong during an interview on ITV’s Good Morning Britain. The ex-Cabinet minister attempted to explain his party’s policy on public sector pay to presenters Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan on Monday morning, but it didn’t go to plan. The excruciating discussion had echoes of Labour’s Diane Abbott’s own fumbling for figures during a radio interview on LBC at the beginning of this month.
It isn’t very often that Piers Morgan finds himself lost for words. The Good Morning Britain host was joined on the ITV show by Iain Duncan Smith earlier today and couldn’t believe his ears when the former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions rapped Eminem’s hit track Lose Yourself. Can you imagine Mr Duncan Smith with his head bowed and swaying from side to as he’s spitting lyrics and throwing his hands in the air?
The Brexit Secretary has rejected suggestions the UK will be forced to pay a staggering £84.5bn divorce bill when it leaves the EU. David Davis insists Britain will not be stumping up the sum despite reports in the Financial Times that Brussels has demanded the inflated figure. The report states the UK could receive calls to contribute to post-Brexit farming payments and may be blocked from obtaining a share of EU assets.
Nick Clegg and Piers Morgan clashed on Good Morning Britain today during a discussion on tuition fees.
Former Great British Bake Off star Ruby Tandoh has laid into Piers Morgan on Twitter, branding him a “sentient ham”. The Good Morning Britain host felt the chef’s wrath after she was approached by one of the show’s researchers to be interviewed by Piers. Ruby came out as gay on Twitter in 2015, inspiring an avalanche of tweets of support, of love and of other people coming out, and it seems she was not prepared to have shreds torn off her by Piers and his ‘attack dog’ interview style.
Good Morning Britain has lost his rag at parents who have been sending their children to school with burgers in their packed lunches. Piers insisted it was child abuse, after he was told the statistic that half a milllion kids go to school hungry every day and all research into the matter has found that a bad diet leads to worse performance in school. Headteacher Jon Carthy issued a newsletter to mums and dads calling out the ‘extreme and unacceptable’ packed lunches that had been given to children.