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PIERS MORGAN has called out BBC Breakfast's editor on Twitter after he shared a message about the programme's ratings, as the Good Morning Britain host branded the post "awkward".

PUBLISHED: 15:04, Thu, Oct 8, 2020 | UPDATED: 15:04, Thu, Oct 8, 2020

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Piers Morgan, 55, has questioned BBC Breakfast boss Richard Frediani after the show’s editor praised the team for “dominating morning TV”. The Good Morning Britain presenter called out Richard for his post about the programme’s ratings, as he only joined the show “a year ago”.

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Piers sarcastically asked the BBC boss to reveal “the comparative year-on-year numbers” for both BBC Breakfast and GMB “so everyone can see” his impact on ratings.

He went on to brand Richard’s post “awkward”, as he is only a recent addition to BBC Breakfast.

The journalist got onto the subject after Richard tweeted: Another day of @BBCBreakfast dominating morning TV.

“More viewers throughout the key 8am hour. 

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Piers MorganPiers Morgan questioned BBC Breakfast boss Richard Frediani (Image: TWITTER)

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“A peak audience at 44.4% and 2.13 million - nearly a million ahead of any other show #mostwatched #No1 #massive.”

Piers retweeted the post in view of his 7.6 million followers and wrote: “Hi mate, given you joined them a year ago, do you have the comparative year-on-year numbers for both shows for this week, so everyone can see the magical Frediani effect on ratings?”

The star completed his tweet with an “Awks” hashtag and a winking face emoji.

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