Piers Morgan addresses Good Morning Britain 'exit' after being urged to take on ...

PIERS MORGAN has addressed whether he will remain at Good Morning Britain, saying his contract is in place "until the end of next year". It comes as the ITV star was urged to make a new move into radio.

PUBLISHED: 11:14, Thu, Oct 15, 2020 | UPDATED: 12:11, Thu, Oct 15, 2020

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Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan has fronted the ITV show for the past five years alongside his co-presenter Susanna Reid. The broadcaster has now addressed his future plans on the programme.


The 55-year-old spoke candidly with Chris Evans, 52, about his new book, Wake Up.

The conversation swiftly moved on to his time on Good Morning Britain, as the presenter admitted he is unsure how long he will remain on the show due to the current "environment".

"I had far more interaction with the British public than I had with Americans - I actually enjoy the morning show [GMB] more than I ever enjoyed CNN or America's Got Talent but for that reason," Piers explained.

He opened up about his previous years on American television and revealed that he missed the interaction with his family and the British public, because they couldn't watch those programmes.

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Piers Morgan speaks out on GMB 'exit' after being offered new rolePiers Morgan speaks out on GMB 'exit' after being offered new role (Image: WENN)

Piers Morgan made his debut on GMB in 2015Piers Morgan made his debut on GMB in 2015 (Image: WENN)

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Chris asked: "You might be there [GMB] for awhile then, by the sounds of it?"

Piers replied: "I'm definitely there until the end of next year. I've got a contract until the end of 2021.

"But who the hell knows in this environment what's going to happen after that?"

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