Susanna Reid has thrown a series of fat-shaming insults at her Good Morning Britain co-star Piers Morgan.
The 49 year old TV presenter, who recently “rekindled her relationship” with Crystal Palace chairman ex Steve Parish, and Piers both confessed they had put on a few pounds since the coronavirus lockdown confined everyone indoors.
Susanna, who was dressed in a gorgeous green top, asked him: “How much weight do you reckon you’ve put on during lockdown?”
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To which Piers, 55, replied: “I reckon at least half a stone to three quarters of a stone.” Before he could continue, Susanna then jumped into to reveal her number as she said: “I put on a stone.”
“Right,” Piers said as he told viewers that he “needs to be shamed” into exercising and changing his diet in order to lose the weight he gained.
Susanna said: “Yes, you fat person, lose the weight!” to which Piers replied: “Thank you, thank you,” as Susanna painstakingly continued: “I mean it’s about time chubster! Honestly…”
Piers then stopped in shock and said: “Wow,” before Susanna defended her actions as she yelled: “I just did what you just told me to do!”
GMB presenter Piers then said: “No, it’s fine, it’s fine. I agree with you, I agree with you, but you don’t. Do you?”
Susanna shook her head and wrapped her arms around herself as she said: “I don’t! No. Honestly, it brings me out in hives just saying it.”
“That will genuinely have the right affect on me,” Piers replied. “I will go back today and I will probably eat a little less cheese, put the second bottle away and try and get back on the Peloton for the first time in a few months. I think we all need to be slightly shamed about weight.”
Susanna disagreed: “No, I don’t think shaming works. Sensible advice works. Throwing insults does not help people lose weight.”
Piers, who recently took a fresh swipe at Denise Welch over their debate on coronavirus, yelled: “No, saying ‘stop chunking up fatso and eating so many cakes’, that works. That’s what you need to be told.”