PIERS Morgan’s fans have begged him to return to Good Morning Britain as he spends his fourth day off recovering from an illness.
The 55-year-old hasn’t presented the show since revealing he was suffering from coronavirus symptoms at the weekend.
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After taking a test, Piers was found to be negative but wouldn’t be returning to work until a doctor advised he was able to.
As fans tuned in hoping to see Piers back on the telly, they were disappointed to discover he is still not well enough to return.
One said: “I know you’re unwell, but come on @piersmorgan – get back to Good Morning Britain soon! Our mornings are not quite the same without you!”
Another added: “@piersmorgan come back..you are missed.”
Someone else said: “@GMB sooooo boring without @piersmorgan! Come back soon.”
A regular viewer added: “Piers please get better soon and come back to #goodmorningbritain – I know we cannot miss you unless you go away but these are #twilightofthegods times and Britain needs you!”
One fan insisted: “PIERS MORGAN COME BACK ON ITV AND SPEAK YOUR MIND THAT IS WHAT YOU DO!!!!”
The GMB star revealed this weekend he was having a Covid-19 test on the advice of his doctor after suffering mild symptoms.
Piers told fans: “UPDATE: My COVID-19 test was negative.
“I was advised to take the test by my doctor after developing possible coronavirus symptoms, and was entitled to do so as a Govt-designated essential worker.
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“I’ll be back on @GMB as soon as my doctor advises I’m OK to return to work.”
Piers’ co-host Susanna Reid shared Piers’ health update with viewers as the breakfast show kicked off on Tuesday, saying he had tested negative.
Dr. Hilary Jones added his relief as he said that the star will be “back before we know it”.
Piers has been replaced by Ben Shephard alongside Susanna.
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