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Susanna Reid: Piers Morgan a 'force of energy'

2 December 2015 12:00 AM, PST | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Susanna Reid thinks Piers Morgan is a ''force of energy'' on 'Good Morning Britain'. The 44-year-old presenter is ''very excited'' about her new co-host - who she is fronting the show with three days a week - and has warned the audience to ''expect the unexpected'' when he is on air. She said: ''I'm very excited, he's lovely. Expect the unexpected - he'll be making all sorts of headlines. ''He's a force of energy, a mini tornado whirling through the studio. Although I think he'd take exception to be describing him as mini... ''He does genuinely seem very excited to be joining the team.'' Her »

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Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain: 'embracing his colossal unpopularity'

23 November 2015 2:42 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

For all his faults, Morgan does offer something genuinely new in the cosy world of breakfast television

Those unfamiliar with Piers Morgan’s oeuvre might have been confused by ITV’s method of heralding his new Good Morning Britain job. The entire promotional strategy, smeared across televisions and billboards for days on end, focused exclusively on what a spectacular turd he is.

“Back by unpopular demand,” the ads screamed, setting several unrealistic expectations about Morgan’s first morning on set. How obnoxious would he actually be, you wondered? Would he spend the first 30 minutes tying Susanna Reid to a railway line? Would he roam around the studio, simultaneously reviewing the front pages and shoving children into puddles?

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- Stuart Heritage

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Carrie Underwood thought Ben Shepherd and Suzanna Reid were married

12 November 2015 8:00 AM, PST | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Carrie Underwood mistook Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard for a married couple on 'Good Morning Britain'. The American country singer was being interviewed by the presenters on the ITV show this morning (12.11.15) when she made the embarrassing mistake. Ben said: ''She [Susanna] has been singing [country] all morning. It makes a change from 'Frozen' to be honest, it's a blessed relief.'' And Carrie, 32, laughed: ''Are you one of those households?'' While also laughing Susanna, 44, corrected Carrie, saying: ''We're not married by the way.'' The 'Jesus Take the Wheel' hitmaker was so embarrassed, she quickly replied: ''Oh oh, I know...'' And »

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Spectre: Watch the live stream video for the latest James Bond movie's royal world premiere

26 October 2015 2:33 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The latest James Bond movie Spectre holds its world premiere tonight (October 26) at the Royal Albert Hall, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, in attendance to make the night a royal affair for 007.

Stars Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Monica Bellucci, Dave Bautista and Naomie Harris will walk the red carpet, while Bond super-fan David Walliams, Susanna Reid and Rick Edwards will host the event.

Can't make it down to the Royal Albert Hall? Don't fret, because you can watch the entire thing unfold via the live stream video above from 5pm GMT.

Spectre opens in UK cinemas today and hits Us cinemas on November 6. Watch Digital Spy's spoiler-filled review of the movie below: »

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Simon Cowell admits he wanted the Girls category on this year's X Factor

22 October 2015 4:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

After getting in a huff about being given the Overs on The X Factor for the second year running, Simon Cowell has admitted he really wanted the Girls.

Cowell told Good Morning Britain that he doesn't think the winner is in his category this year.

"The girls, because there's just some incredible singers in that category, and I kind of psyched myself up, and then of course you forget you're on TV, then you watch it back, it's like, 'Oh god, I shouldn't have said that'," he told Susanna Reid.

Cowell also revealed he hasn't got much faith he has this year's winner in his category, which isn't that much of a surprise after he recently admitted to making two big mistakes during his Six Chair Challenge.

"No, but you never know," he added. "I was a bit sulky when I got the category but then I got to know »

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Spectre reviews are in: Does the new James Bond movie have a licence to thrill or is it just another Quantum?

21 October 2015 4:26 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Daniel Craig is finally back on screens as James Bond in Spectre - three years after he toppled the sadistic Javier Bardem in Skyfall.

With great anticipation comes even greater expectation – so did Spectre leave audiences at a London screening on Wednesday (October 21) shaken or stirred? Check out the first reviews below:

Digital Spy

"Daniel Craig and director Sam Mendes follow up their billion dollar box office smash Skyfall with a 007 outing that pulls the franchise back to its formula-driven roots. Spectre is bigger, louder and longer than its direct predecessor - sadly, it isn't any better.

"What Spectre does well is place Craig's 007 movies to-date into a larger, connected story. Faces from Casino Royale and beyond weave themselves into the narrative, and it all builds to a conclusion that could easily see a changeover in leading man next time around.

"Spectre will go down as Craig's stab at going full-blown Bond - big, »

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Spectre reviews are in: Does the new James Bond movie have a licence to thrill or is it a goldstinker?

21 October 2015 4:26 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Daniel Craig is finally back on screens as James Bond in Spectre - three years after he toppled the sadistic Javier Bardem in Skyfall.

With great anticipation comes even greater expectation – so did Spectre leave audiences at a London screening on Wednesday (October 21) shaken or stirred? Check out the first reviews below:

Digital Spy

"Daniel Craig and director Sam Mendes follow up their billion dollar box office smash Skyfall with a 007 outing that pulls the franchise back to its formula-driven roots. Spectre is bigger, louder and longer than its direct predecessor - sadly, it isn't any better.

"What Spectre does well is place Craig's 007 movies to-date into a larger, connected story. Faces from Casino Royale and beyond weave themselves into the narrative, and it all builds to a conclusion that could easily see a changeover in leading man next time around.

"Spectre will go down as Craig's stab at going full-blown Bond - big, »

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X Factor's Simon Cowell praises Nick Grimshaw: 'He's passionate, fun and very different from Louis'

20 October 2015 4:01 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Simon Cowell has praised Nick Grimshaw on The X Factor, calling him "passionate" and "fun".

Speaking on tomorrow's Good Morning Britain, the music mogul said it was particularly difficult for Grimmy as he was replacing Louis Walsh, who had been on the show for more than a decade.

The X Factor 2015: You can help the judges decide who to take to the live shows

"I like [Grimshaw and Rita Ora]. I mean, they settled in really quickly," he told Susanna Reid.

"The truth is that when you replace someone like Louis, it takes a while for people to get used to the person they've really, really liked for ten years. So regardless of who was going to come in and take his role, there was always, 'Well, you're not Louis', and you've got to give people a little bit of time.

"But now I've got to know [Grimshaw] as a friend. He's passionate, »

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Simon Cowell opens up about grieving for his mum: 'I always feel her presence, I still talk to her'

20 October 2015 4:01 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Simon Cowell has opened up about dealing with his mother's death, revealing that he still talks to her.

Appearing on tomorrow's Good Morning Britain, the TV judge said he was shocked when his mum Julie Brett passed away at the age of 89 in July.

"Like anybody else does, you're not the only person obviously who goes through this, and we all deal with it in our own way," Cowell told Susanna Reid.

"I deal with it because I always believe she is still here, same with my dad - you know, talk to them. I always feel their presence and I genuinely do believe in that.

"Once you get over that initial shock, then you deal with it in a different way."

Cowell previously said he endured "nine months of hell" as he watched his mother's condition deteriorate. Filming was delayed on The X Factor as a result of her death. »

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X Factor's Simon Cowell praises Nick Grimshaw - but admits Louis could be back as a guest judge

20 October 2015 4:01 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Simon Cowell has praised Nick Grimshaw on The X Factor, calling him "passionate" and "fun".

Speaking on tomorrow's Good Morning Britain, the music mogul said it was particularly difficult for Grimmy as he was replacing Louis Walsh, who had been on the show for more than a decade.

The X Factor 2015: You can help the judges decide who to take to the live shows

"I like [Grimshaw and Rita Ora]. I mean, they settled in really quickly," he told Susanna Reid.

"The truth is that when you replace someone like Louis, it takes a while for people to get used to the person they've really, really liked for ten years. So regardless of who was going to come in and take his role, there was always, 'Well, you're not Louis', and you've got to give people a little bit of time.

"But now I've got to know [Grimshaw] as a friend. He's passionate, »

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Piers Morgan defends Susanna Reid and slams "overtly sexist" criticism

14 October 2015 5:51 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Piers Morgan has given his opinion on Susanna Reid's "unfair" reputation for being a flirt - and for once, we totally agree with him.

The presenter defended his new Good Morning Britain co-host and rubbished the "overtly sexist" claims.

9 reasons we love Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid, from Beckham flirtations to 'secret' breakfasts

Morgan said: "She's damned if she does, damned if she doesn't. I can flirt away with anyone when I do my Life Stories, nobody gives a damn. But the moment she has a laugh with David Beckham, or the Prime Minister, suddenly she's being disgraceful and flirting too much.

"I think it's pathetic, I really do. I think she's a very good interviewer, she likes light and shade, she can be serious, she can be frivolous – that's all the things you want in an interviewer."

He added: "They should back off being so overtly sexist about it, »

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Piers Morgan Returning To Live TV As Co-Host Of ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain’

13 October 2015 8:16 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Former Celebrity Apprentice winner, Got Talent judge and CNN primetime host Piers Morgan is returning to a recurring television gig, in the UK and in the Am. Beginning in November, he will fill one half of the sofa on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, joining current host Susanna Reid. Brits will then wake up with Morgan three days a week. He’s also just signed a new two-year contract as U.S. editor-at-large of The Mail Online, so that job remains unaffected. Morgan tweeted the… »

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Piers Morgan joins the Good Morning Britain team and will co-host with Susanna Reid

13 October 2015 2:17 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Piers Morgan's threats have come to pass, as he has officially joined the Good Morning Britain presenting team.

He will co-host the ITV breakfast show with Susanna Reid three days a week from November.

"I am very excited at the prospect of waking up at 3am every morning, and even more excited by the thought of how annoying Susanna is going to find me after a few months," Morgan said.

"Good Morning Britain is a great show with a terrific team on and off screen. I'm looking forward to it enormously."

ITV Director of Daytime Helen Warner said: "We loved having Piers on the show earlier this year, so we're delighted that he's joining us permanently.

"He is an excellent interviewer and a great broadcaster, who fits in brilliantly with Gmb's family of presenters."

Morgan had teased his appointment last month, saying he had been offered a permanent slot »

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Piers Morgan close to finalising Good Morning Britain deal

6 October 2015 2:40 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Former CNN host attracted controversy during a guest stint on ITV show after he laughed when an interviewee repeatedly swore live on air

Piers Morgan is close to finalising a deal to present ITV’s Good Morning Britain on a regular basis.

The former Daily Mirror editor and CNN host fronted some editions of the morning show with regular presenter Susannah Reid earlier this year.

Related: Piers Morgan 'offered permanent Good Morning Britain role'

Breaking News: As I confirmed on @itvthismorning, I've been offered a permanent slot on @Gmb & hope to conclude the deal very soon.

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- Tara Conlan

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9 reasons we love Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid, from Beckham flirtations to 'secret' breakfasts

22 September 2015 10:12 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Susanna Reid and David Beckham. It's happened before and, since his most recent appearance on the couch, viewers have suggested that she's been flirting with him again (to be fair, he was the one to say she was wearing an "amazing" dress).

Susanna's actually said before that she hates being called a flirt, and fair enough. But there are plenty of other reasons to love her:

1. She is a proper fan girl

Witness her interview with Luke Evans, when she asked what it was like biting people (for a vampire film, obviously) and he offered to demonstrate. Giggles and 'I can't believe this is my life' looks - we totally relate. How refreshing to see someone completely and utterly failing to play it cool.

2. She bloody loves a fart joke

After a suspicious rasp from Richard Arnold, Susanna gets the giggles so badly she can barely say her next link. »

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David Beckham dismisses silly rumours that he could be the next James Bond

22 September 2015 4:39 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

David Beckham might be one of the most stylish men on the planet, but that doesn't necessarily mean he could be James Bond.

As ever, bookmakers have put silly odds on the former footballer taking over from Daniel Craig as 007, but he himself has now calmed down anyone who might be worried.

Icymi: David Beckham addresses those James Bond rumours! @susannareid100's full interview: http://t.co/eMRQwaPFaX pic.twitter.com/1qTNecBqfb

Good Morning Britain (@Gmb) September 22, 2015

He told Susanna Reid on ITV's Good Morning Britain: "I was at the Us Open and Sean Connery was two seats in front of me and I'm such a big fan of his, I was going to kind of knock him on the shoulder and say, 'Apparently I'm up for the next role'.

"But no, I definitely have not been contacted, I'm definitely not obviously up for doing something like that, but »

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Warning: Piers Morgan could soon be on Good Morning Britain permanently

3 September 2015 4:42 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Piers Morgan was such a big hit on ITV's Good Morning Britain that he may be about to sign a permanent deal.

The TV personality and journalist has claimed that he expects to join up with the morning show on a regular basis in the near future, but hasn't elaborated yet.

Breaking News: As I confirmed on @itvthismorning, I've been offered a permanent slot on @Gmb & hope to conclude the deal very soon.

Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) September 3, 2015

This deal could mean that he is replacing one of the co-hosts on a permanent basis, or that he will appear regularly in the same manner as Eamonn Holmes or Amanda Holden on This Morning.

Failing that, he could appear as some kind of regular correspondent on all things that tickle Piers Morgan's boat.

Morgan has so far filled in for Ben Shephard during his holidays for a week in April and three days in July, »

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Strictly Come Dancing 2015 lineup rumours: Which celebrities could take part this year?

28 August 2015 1:58 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Strictly Come Dancing is still months away, but the rumours about which celebrities could be taking part this year are really starting to heat up now - and they've been going since January. So it felt like a good time to start to put together all the speculation we've heard to see if we can figure out who'll be hitting the ballroom in the new series.

Strictly Come Dancing: This is how they keep the celebrities taking part a secret

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With all the contestants now confirmed, check out the lineup below - and lament what could have been with the rumours that didn't become a reality. Oh well, there's always the Christmas special...

Confirmed

Rumoured

Confirmed contestants

Jeremy Vine

King of the swingometer Jeremy became the first celebrity confirmed for Strictly on August 10.

The »

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Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard cut interview short as Good Morning Britain studio is evacuated

4 August 2015 1:31 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Good Morning Britain had an awkward ending today (August 4) as the studio was evacuated due to a fire alarm on live TV.

Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard were just about to interview Emmerdale's Charley Webb and Anthony Quinlan before they suddenly had to bring it to an abrupt halt as a loud alarm rang out.

Shephard said: "Our fire alarm appears to be going off in the studio! Does this mean we evacuate the studio?"

After a bit of confusion, they added: "I think if we hear the fire alarm it's probably a good idea to do so."

After they scuttled off, pre-recorded footage of the show was played out, with a message reading: "Sorry for the interruption to our normal programme. We'll be back to the Lorraine studio as soon as possible."

Lorraine finally began at 8.51am with stand-in presenter Jenni Falconer apologising for the delay: "Good morning, »

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Watch Susanna Reid try (and fail) to hide her breakfast under her desk

24 June 2015 5:21 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

We've all been there, quickly polishing off our breakfast first thing in the morning just before the boss arrives.

But most of us don't have to negotiate a long shot from the ITV cameras beaming our brekkie to millions of people at home

David Beckham to Alex Turner: 6 times Susanna Reid has lost her interview cool

Reid dealt with the situation capably yesterday (June 23) on Good Morning Britain, sneakily nudging the plate under the desk and out of harm's way.

She fessed up to the incident later on Twitter, telling followers: "When your breakfast appears in shot, but you think you're secretly hiding it with your foot..."

When your breakfast appears in shot, but you think you're secretly hiding it with your foot ....@Gmb https://t.co/lHXwSs7twQ

Susanna Reid (@susannareid100) June 23, 2015

Her effort was congratulated by many, including former colleague Piers Morgan, though his relentless criticism of Arsenal »

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