November 24, 2021 – 12:05 GMT Piers Morgan responded to Adil Ray’s swipes at the former GMB presenter on Wednesday’s show Piers Morgan has responded to Adil Ray’s jibes on Wednesday’s Good Morning Britain , after the presenter joked to Susanna Reid that she had “presented with some babies” over the years. SEE: Inside the Good Morning Britain presenters’ epic houses While discussing taking children to work, Adil said: “When your kids were young, Susanna, were you taking them into a TV studio while you were presenting? You have presented with some babies over the years, haven’t you? […] They stormed out and threw a tantrum.” Loading the player… WATCH: Piers Morgan storms off GMB set halfway through show Piers responded to the news on Twitter, writing: “Hmmm. Given how Mr Ray has helped destroy GMB's ratings since I left, if I were him I'd probably avoid mocking the guy who took them to record heights.” His followers were quick to respond with something of a mixed reaction, with one writing: “Can’t say I was always a fan of you, yet @adilray is not fit to lace your shoes when it comes to presenting. I Don't watch when he is on,… Read full this story
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