Piers Morgan warns trolls he'll ban them from ever watching GMB again – unless they tune in for his comeback tomorrow
PIERS Morgan has told trolls they'll never be able to watch Good Morning Britain again – unless they tune in for his comeback tomorrow.
The presenter, 55, handed them a final warning ahead of his return.
After a two-month break, Piers will reunite with co-host Susanna Reid, 49, tomorrow.
He warned on Twitter today: "Memo to all trolls telling me they will not watch @GMB when I return tomorrow: if you carry out your threat, you're banned from ever watching @GMB again. Final warning."
Piers has been praised for his coverage on the ITV breakfast show throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
His biggest fans are counting down the hours for him to be back on-screen tomorrow from 6.30am.
One said: "I definitely will be watching. Piers and Susanna are the best thing to happen to breakfast TV. No one is compelled to watch, but I’m sure the trolls won’t be able to resist as they feed off something to criticise."
Another added: "Although you drive me nuts at times, really looking forward to your return. You have only spoken the tough truth throughout this pandemic, sadly not everyone wants to hear it and prefers the ostrich approach."
Someone else said: "I haven't watched it since you and @susannareid100 went on your jollys. Back on board tomorrow though."
Piers assured one viewer: "It's going to be a lively return, David… see you from 6.30am."
After signing off from the show in July, Piers admitted it had been a "very long year".
A few days later he posted a snap of himself onboard a flight wearing a face mask from Heathrow airport, saying: "I’m a washed up, knackered pathetic excuse for a celebrity… get me outta here. Bye Britain, it’s been… surreal."
Piers spent much his holiday gallivanting around St Tropez in the south of France hanging out with Joan Collins and updating fans about his lavish surroundings on social media.
Meanwhile his sparring partner Susanna kept quiet online.
Their return was celebrated with a glossy new promo for the show that aired across the ITV network, calling it ITV a "new normal".
Tuesday 1 September is the same day that Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are coming back to host This Morning.
In the advert, Susanna says: "We've had a haircut" before Piers chips in: "And a pint."
Holly adds: "We've been reunited with loved ones" before Stacey Solomon says: "Out to eat."
Loose Women's Brenda Edwards says: "Met friends", Holly adds: "Back to school" while Phillip concludes: "And adjusted to a new normal."
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