Piers Morgan stormed off set eight minutes into Tuesday’s (February 9) show after being challenged by co-host Alex Beresford, for his views on Meghan Markle, following she and Prince Harry’s CBS interview with Oprah Winfrey.
GMB’s political editor, Ranvir Singh, is sitting in for Mr Morgan for the time being, but there’s been speculation as to who could fill his shoes permanently.
Now, online gambling brand SlotsUp has analysed social media posts on the top 15 names it has seen tipped to replace the former News of the World editor, and Stanford-le-Hope’s Rylan Clark-Neal has won the silver medal.
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Mr Clark-Neal shot to fame in 2012 after appearing on the X Factor. He has since gone on to host various shows and has become a household name.
First place was clinched by another GMB presenter, Sean Fletcher.
The list also featured the likes of Sky News’ Kay Burley, former talk show host Jeremy Kyle, and Irish broadcast Eamonn Holmes.
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