Jeremy Kyle to present Good Morning Britain for summer as a replacement for Piers Morgan

Jeremy Kyle will be hosting ITV’s flagship breakfast show Good Morning Britain alongside Richard Madeley and Eamonn Holmes for summer as a replacement for the show’s regular duo Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.

Morgan and Reid present the show every Monday to Wednesday had their last show earlier this week who are on their summer break until September.

GMB’s regular presenters Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid are away till September. Photo: Daily Star

The trio will join GMB stalwarts Ben Shepherd, Kate Garraway, Charlotte Hawkins and Ranvir Singh on the roster of presenters with Holmes presenting his first show with Hawkins on Monday, July 31 till Wednesday, August 2.

Eamonn Holmes (Left) with Ranvir Singh will be the first guest host on GMB. Photo: The Sun

Holmes, also filling in for Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on ITV’s another show This Morning with wife Ruth Langford, had previously filled in for Morgan in May.

Kyle, who was last seen on GMB during the Easter of 2016 will be grilling the audience alongside Garraway from Monday, August 7 to Wednesday August 9 and for the following two weeks.

Richard Madeley will be on presenting duties with Ranvir Singh on August 17 – 18 and at the end of August from 28 to 30. He will be coming in as a replacement for Ben Shepherd who will be on a holiday.

Richard Madeley will host GMB with Ranvir Singh. Photo: Metro

On presenting GMB for the first time, Richard said: “I’ve known Piers for 30 years so sitting in for him on GMB is an excellent opportunity to gather some inside information on him which I will unhesitatingly use to wind him up afterwards.”

Morgan fuelled a speculation on his last show that he might not return to GMB after summer as he was not a fan of getting up early in the mornings.

“Can’t say too much. But look at this face, happy face. Got out of bed at 3:45 today, oh it felt good. Do you know why it felt good? Never again. Ever. Never getting out of bed at 3:45 again,” he said.

Although there is no confirmation whether he will leave permanently, his departure could make way for some other showbiz star to take the reigns.

Good Morning Britain airs every weekday at 6am on ITV 1


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