After feuding with the star over his views on the women’s marches over the weekend, it seemed Susanna Reid had had enough of the broadcaster and found a suitable stand-in in the shape of celebrity impressionist Jon Culshaw.
The comedian – who was on the show to show off his President Donald Trump impersonation – proceeded to mimic the journalist, much to both his and Susanna’s delight.
“I love that you’re sitting next to me and Piers is over there,” the 46-year-old teased.
Piers Morgan found himself replaced during today's Good Morning Britain
Piers was shifted to the side of the sofa as Jon Culshaw stepped in
I love that you’re sitting next to me and Piers is over there.
“Let’s keep it this way, you’re fired!” Jon chimed as Piers looked in total amusement.
The moment came after the co-hosts spent most of the show disagreeing with one another following the aftermath of President Trump’s inauguration over the weekend.
Despite disparaging the women who marched for their rights in light of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, Piers couldn’t help but remark on the number of women who supported his remarks on social media.
“I have to say, a lot of women agree with me,” he said. “It doesn’t mean you don’t support women’s rights. I’m a feminist, don’t choke on your cornflakes, sisters.
Fortunately Piers managed to see the funny side after Jon told him he was 'fired'
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The joke came after Piers and Susanna remained at war throughout the show
Good Morning Britain talks politics
Tue, January 10, 2017
Good Morning Britain hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid talk politics with Theresa May, Nigel Farage, Donald Trump and more.
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Good Morning Britain talks politics with Donald Trump, Theresa May, Nigel Farage, & more
Protesting that the march “hit the wrong note”, Susanna couldn’t help but pull the star up on unsavoury remarks he made regarding feminists in the past.
“I think the trouble is, if you persistently describe feminists as ‘feminazis’ it ruins your argument,” she slammed, before Piers claimed he only used the term to describe a certain type of feminist.
Good Morning Britain continues tomorrow at 6am on ITV.