GMB Richard Madeley and Ranvir Singh suffer embarrassing blunder live on air

Good Morning Britain saw presenters Richard Madeley and Ranvir Singh suffer a major gaffe on today's episode.

Political Editor of GMB Ranvir, 42, and beloved TV legend Richard, 63, have been hosting the show this week while Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid are having some half term time off.

The duo were caught in a major blunder during the show when they were not paying attention and didn't realise they were live on air.

Ranvir was busy on her phone, while Richard was engrossed in writing notes. They were completely distracted from their presenting duties, not realising the camera was rolling.

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Sean Fletcher had just finished reading today's headlines and it went quiet when he finished speaking as he waited for Ranvir and Richard to speak.

Sean said: "Caught you out didn't I… hello?"

The pair became red-faced as they chuckled, realising their mistake.

In a bid to recover, Ranvir laughed before saying: "Right, still ahead on Good Morning Britain…" and continued hosting the show.

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GMB fans were split today as Piers Morgan was still missing from the show.

Some were glad to have a break from Morgan.

One said: "The show is soooo much more enjoyable to watch without Piers! Please keep Richard Madeley!"

While another tweeted: "What a pleasure it is to watch Good Morning Britain without Piers on it. They are actually having a proper conversation."

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Despite some enjoying Piers' absence, many missed the media personality and begged him to come back.

One said: "Please, please Piers, can you come back to work? … I love GMB, but without you it is unwatchable. Hurry back Mr. Morgan."

While another wrote: "Piers Morgan hurry up back to GMB!"

Another said: "Bring back Piers."

Good Morning Britain returns tomorrow at 6am on ITV

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