'I don’t need your money' Piers Morgan tells viewer after Good Morning Britain return plea

Piers Morgan, 56, dramatically left Good Morning Britain back in March. Now the star has addressed his potential return, reassuring a fan he doesn’t “need” their money as they pleaded for him to come back.

Piers was responding as GMB viewers called for his return to the morning news show.

One even issued a plea to the outspoken broadcaster as they vowed to pay him a salary increase.

The fan wrote: “Come back Piers, I will personally give you a rise out of my own pocket.

“That’s how much I want you back !!!”

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'I don’t need your money' Piers Morgan tells viewer after Good Morning Britain return plea

‘I don’t need your money’ Piers Morgan tells viewer after Good Morning Britain return offer (Image: ITV)

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Piers Morgan, 56, left Good Morning Britain in a dramatic manner back in March. (Image: ITV)

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Piers was clearly touched by the offer but reassured the fan he wasn’t in need of their money.

He replied with a laughing emoji: “Thanks Joy, that’s very kind of you, but I don’t need your money…”

The conversation about Piers’ return began earlier this week when he retweeted a magazine cover which featured the headline “Holly and Piers – Can they save GMB?”

Piers then cheekily tweeted this with the caption: “Well now…”

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The presenter has addressed his potential return, reassuring a fan he doesn’t “need” their money as they pleaded for him to come back. (Image: TWITTER/PIERS MORGAN)

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Piers was responding as GMB viewers called for his return to the morning news show. (Image: GETTY)

Earlier today, he also added in response to the viewers of the ITV news show.

He wrote: “Thank you @GMB viewers!

“I miss you guys too… (and guyesses, people of gender-fluid non-binary guyness etc).”(sic)

The presenter has previously explained he would “never say never” to returning to the show.

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Speaking to The Sun back in May, he said: “They reached out – there have been approaches. Never say never.

“I have no doubt I could take the ratings back to where I left them – but the doubt is, would anyone be allowed to do it that way again?

“I was hired to give very strong, honestly held opinions, which I did.

“But in the end, I was asked to apologise for a genuinely held opinion.”

Piers left in March after coming under fire for comments he made about Meghan Markle.

This followed her and Prince Harry’s landmark interview with Oprah Winfrey where they discussed mental health issues and leaving the Royal Family.

Piers then said on GMB how he didn’t believe what Meghan had said during the interview.

His comments received more than 57,000 complaints to Ofcom.

Piers explained in a piece for the Daily Mail how he was asked by ITV to apologise for his comments and so he decided to quit the show.

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