Piers Morgan is set to return to Good Morning Britain next week (Picture: WENN)
Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid will return to Good Morning Britain next week despite fans fearing that they had both quit the show.
The 53-year-old was enjoying his Easter holiday in Los Angeles when rumours started to circulate that the star was ditching his breakfast TV role.
While he was enjoying his time away, fans were sent into a frenzy and started tweeting the controversial broadcaster with concern as to where he had disappeared to.
During his break, Piers was replaced by the likes of Jeremy Kyle and Eamonn Holmes with Friday’s episode seeing Kate Garraway and Ranvir Singh taking over the show.
He will be joined by co-host Susanna Reid on Monday morning after the pair took an extended Easter break (Picture: REX/Shutterstock)
But viewers weren’t impressed and took to Twitter in a bid for Pier’s return.
One said: ‘Will someone PLEASE tell me when Piers is back…I need my Piers ‘fix’ before
Another commented: ‘Please please where is
@piersmorgan before we die of boredom (sic).’
Someone else added: ‘WHEN are you returning to GMB? SO boring without you (sic).’
But GMB fans can now breathe a sigh of relief, as their mornings will return back to normal on Monday, when the pair are set to make their comeback.
Piers put his followers mind’s at rest by tweeting: ‘UPDATE: I’m back on British TV on Monday morning, live from
@GMB’s fancy new studios. Prepare to have your eardrums shattered, your brain cells revitalised & your faith in @susannareid100’s ability to restrain me utterly destroyed.’
When the adverts started to roll on Friday, a mini trailer was played to tease fans who would be on the show next week.
Some of the guests included the likes of former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson, David Walliams and Benedict Cumberbatch.
The new trailer came as weather girl Laura Tobin presented for the first time since coming back after her maternity leave.
The London based studio on Southbank where the show is filmed will be closed for refurbishment, meaning the presenters along with their cast and crew will be moved to White City until work on their former building is completed.
Meanwhile Kate will re-join Ben Shephard for their hosting duties every Thursday and Friday.
Good Morning Britain airs on weekdays from 6am on ITV.
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