Piers Morgan was replaced by Ranvir Singh on Wednesday after his abrupt Good Morning Britain exit.

GMB got back to our screens interestingly earlier

today since ITV affirmed that Piers, 55, has chosen to leave the breakfast show.

The channel announced in a proclamation on Tuesday evening:

“Following conversations with ITV, Piers Morgan has concluded right now is an ideal opportunity to leave Good Morning Britain.

“ITV has accepted this decision and has nothing further to add.”

The declaration comes after Ofcom affirmed it is dispatching an examination concerning GMB and ITV subsequent to getting in excess of 41,000 complaints about Monday’s show.

Ranvir, 43, opened Wednesday’s version of the show and told watchers that Piers’ leave will be tended to on the show.

She said: “We will be with you right up until 9am with Susanna Reid joining me at 6.30am.

“We will be talking about whats on your mind but let’s just talk about our top stories.”

Piers started fierceness with his remarks following Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s meeting with Oprah Winfrey on CBS, where they shared stunning insights regarding their time as senior individuals from the imperial family.