Birmingham news Piers Morgan teases 'exciting project' and 'he won't be cancelled for long' MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - The former Good Morning Britain host has admitted he has received job offers and won't be gone forever
Breaking News ! Piers Morgan has spoken out about possible "fun and exciting" projects in the future after his Good Morning Britain departure. The former ITV show host left after he was embroiled in a fiery debate with other hosts about Meghan Markle's appearance on Oprah Winfrey. The 56-year-old attacked the Sussexes for appearing on the show and has remain a staunch opposer against the interview. However, Piers has been suggesting that he won't be down and out for long with rumours suggesting he is in the centre of a multi-millions bidding war between media giant Rupert Murdoch, and GB News chairman Andrew Neil, though nothing has of yet been confirmed. During his chat with Billy, Piers warned the "cancel culture mob" that he won't be gone forever, and that he'll return with a "fun and exciting" new project, reports the Mirror. Piers Morgan has spoken out since his GMB departure (Image: Getty Images for BAFTA LA) Piers admitted he isn't sure what this is yet, but feels "gratified" that he's had a number of job offers from both the US and his home turf. He told Extra TV: "I'm going to take my time and then hopefully come back with something fun, exciting, and my message to the cancel culture mob is, 'I wouldn't celebrate too long. I don't think I'll be cancelled much longer.
. It saw him clash with colleague Alex Beresford over his coverage of Harry and Meghan, during which he stormed off set.
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That evening, ITV confirmed Piers has left presenting duties. The morning after, he stood by his comments, telling reporters that conversations with the broadcaster had been "amicable." If you're struggling and need to talk, the Samaritans operates a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email Jo@samaritans.org if you'd prefer to write down how you feel. You are not alone.
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