Piers Morgan has said his “work is done” on Good Morning Britain subsequent to beating the ratings of rivalry show BBC Breakfast.

The forenamed GMB moderator, 55, uncovered the count viewers Tuesday’s portion, which was his last scene, had outperformed the appraisals of BBC Breakfast, facilitated by Dan Walker and Carol Kirkwood.

He expressed: “: Good Morning Britain beat BBC Breakfast in the evaluations yesterday interestingly. My work is finished.”

Piers Morgan declared he was leaving the job on Tuesday in the midst of an Ofcom examination concerning his inclusion of Meghan Markle’s meeting with Oprah Winfrey.

More than 41,000 watchers reached the guard dog to whine about Monday’s GMB, which saw Piers at one point guarantee he “didn’t accept” anything the Duchess of Sussex had said in the meeting.

Piers Morgan has thrilled in a long-running fight with rival show BBC Breakfast and has often bolted horns with moderator Dan on Twitter recently.

After hearing of Piers’ GMB exit, Dan poked fun at outspoken ITV star, tweeting:

“Sorry to hear the news about your departure from GMB @piersmorgan.

“If you’d like to come on the UK’s number 1 breakfast show to talk about it… we could make some space for you in the morning.”

Dan, 43, also made fun of Piers’ outburst on Tuesday’s GMB, which saw him storm off set during a disagreement with co-star Alex Beresford.

Weatherman Alex emerged on the show to speak out against Piers’ coverage of Meghan’s interview with Oprah, admitting it had been “hard to watch“.

After the occurrence, Dan shared a picture of himself and his colleague Carol, writing:

“This was taken a few seconds before I stormed off set because Carol [Kirkwood] said it was going to be chilly this weekend.”

Piers, who is famed for his Twitter feuds, replied by writing: “I’m surprised BBC bosses didn’t storm in and drag you off set after yesterday’s rating came in.”

Dan hit back, referring to the controversy surrounding Piers’ treatment of the Duchess of Sussex, and the ensuing flood of Ofcom complaints.

He said: “Congratulations on your ratings. Ours were good too.

“In other news… I hope my boss would have dragged me off set if I’d used my platform – on national TV – to tell a pregnant woman, speaking openly about suicidal thoughts, that I didn’t believe a word she said.”