Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid waved goodbye to Good Morning Britain viewers today (Wednesday) as they hosted their final show of 2018.
Piers has been suffering from a cold for the last week, and as you might expect, the controversial presenter has done his best to get as much sympathy as possible.
The 53 year-old soldiered on and managed to present his final show of 2018. He told viewers, “It’s a miracle I’m here at all.”
Susanna posted a humorous picture of the pair on social media to mark the occasion.
The breakfast show has been doing particularly well with ratings recently, with Monday being their most watched show ever.
It was also recently announced GMB had come third place on The Times’ list which named the most tweeted about programmes, with Love Island series 4 and Question Time taking first and second place.
The final show was as lively as ever, however Piers was left embarrassed after making a grammar mistake.
While attempting to declare his love to his co-host Susanna with a nice message, it was revealed he had misspelt ‘you are’ with his message reading, “Susanna your the best thing that ever happened to me.”
Piers took inspiration from Love Actually and wanted to recreate one of the classic Christmas film’s famous scenes.
Susanna took great pleasure in noticing the error, as did viewers with some taking to social media to express their delight at his grammatical faux pas.
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One GMB fan said, ‘This, from someone who’s supposed to be a journalist’ while another said ‘You’re Piers, YOU’RE!! And you’re a journalist?’
One viewer sympathised with Piers saying, ‘Well he IS sick, to be fair….’
We can only assume it was his cold that has put him off his spelling game!
Another fan saw the sweetness of the message saying, ‘oooh how cute.’
We hope Piers has some time over the festive break to brush up on his spelling!