Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan regularly come to blows on social media
Susanna Reid, 46 – who hosts Good Morning Britain alongside Piers Morgan, 51 – lost it on social media with Piers last week when he spoke out about the Women's March and she's now insisted that "the conflicts are genuine" when she was challenged by a fan this afternoon.
Susanna shared a link to an interview that Piers did with The Guardian, in which the headline read: "Piers Morgan: 'I'm just putting my opinions out there. It's my job.'"
She wrote, alongside it: "On many, many things we disagree. I'm glad I get the chance to put him right on occasion. @piersmorgan."
A follower then challenged her by posting: "This old Shtick 'love to hate each other' routine surely doesn't fool anyone?! Gimmick over content in what is, fundamentally, bad TV (sic)," to which Susanna swiftly replied: "We don't hate each other. The conflicts are genuine. Our opinions are strongly held – and those who also hold them are glad we both air them."
Susanna said she 'disagrees' with Piers on a lot of things
Piers 'corrected' Susanna on Twitter
On many, many things we disagree. I'm glad I get the chance to put him right on occasion!
Susanna Reid to Piers Morgan
Not ending things there, Piers then piped up: "I think you mean, 'offer an alternative view.'"
Piers then re-tweeted one of his fans' posts, which gushed: "That's @piersmorgan, literally putting @susannareid100 right about not putting people right. Pause for reaction."
Susanna also went on to slam the controversial columnist, writing: "No – I know what I mean, thanks."
Piers Morgan's most famous Twitter spats
Thu, September 22, 2016
Good Morning Britain host, Piers Morgan's most outrageous quotes and Twitter spats.
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Susanna recently slammed Piers over his Women's March comments
Piers called for a male equivalent to the Women's March
The latest Twitter spat comes after Piers spoke out to say that he was "surprised" to hear that working with him sometimes makes Susanna cry.
He said: “I was surprised. Because she’s never cried at work, never seen her like that at all. So it was an interesting thing for me to discover this week that my co-host quite often goes home from work and cries. It’s probably not always unconnected to me.
"[It makes me feel] a bit uneasy, actually. Yeah. A bit uneasy," Piers added to The Guardian.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.