Piers Morgan has always been quite controversial when it comes to fronting GMorning Britain, You think nothing could go wrong with Piers on their holidays, and Richard Madeley stood for him. Well, think again.
Despite being well-versed in live TV, the former This morning host Richard let go of the curse as he talked Glas UK winner Molly Hocking.
Speaking to Molly about her victory, he said, "Truth happens when the moment is stopped, and you say," Shit, I won it. "
Molly, who appeared with his coach Olly Mursa, did not seem to notice his failure and continued to talk about his achievement.
Richard later apologized for the mafia, saying, "Obviously I just said the word that starts with and ends up, sorry."
It was not the only jump that Richard made during his first guest, who presented the role of the week.
While interviewing mayor of London Sadiq Khan about air pollution, Richard said that his approach "makes no sense to bark."
Some viewers even talked to husband Judy Finnegan with Alan Partridge Britain has talents the Flakefleet Elementary School, which was awarded the first Golden Bullish Series by David Walliam's Judge.
Speaking of their performance, Richard pointed out that "it was not perfect", with David McPartlin agreeing with him.
"That was definitely not perfect," Richard said. "But that was the thing."
However, some viewers thought his remarks were slightly overlooked, given the age of the children who appeared.
Good Morning Britain broadcasts on business day from 6 am on ITV.
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