It’s Good Yawning Britain for blabbermouth Piers Morgan as TV big shots clatter to sign him up. Accurate Gist reveals.
The bristly TV show host looked drained however loose, regardless of being at the focal point of a £10million offering war.
The 55-year-old is being charmed for his duties after he stomped out of his Good Morning Britain work a week ago over a line about Meghan Markle.
However, work appeared to be the keep going thing at the forefront of his thoughts on Friday as he walked around his London home in dim running bottoms and sneakers.
Piers, on an expected £3million every year at ITV, may front Rupert Murdoch’s forthcoming “opinionated” News UK TV wander or turn into a star highlight of his US organization, Fox News.
Meanwhile, GB News head Andrew Neil figures Piers could be a ratings champ for his channel, which will be broadcasting this year.
Sources say Piers is thinking about a re-visitation of the States, where he fronted his own program on CNN for a very long time.
Music investor Simon Cowell is required to relaunch his TV domain this year after X Factor was canned and knows Piers, who has been a Britain’s Got Talent judge, could be large draw for watchers.
The super offers come after Piers wouldn’t apologize on air for pummeling Meghan Markle’s Oprah meet.
A TV source explained: “He has had millions of pounds worth of offers. He turned GMB into a ratings hit, it seems everything he touches turns to gold.
“People love his honesty, even the people that don’t like him, they can’t help but be interested in what he says.
“Some of the offers have hit the £10million mark, and it seems he may be able to land exactly what he wants.”
Since he quit, ITV’s fairly estimated worth has fallen by £200million while GMB has lost a large portion of 1,000,000 watchers.
His thrilling abdication on Tuesday was seen by more than 2,000,000 watchers, with GMB beating its adversary BBC Breakfast interestingly since its take off in April 2014.