GMB viewers beg for hilarious Judge Rinder to permanently replace Piers Morgan

Judge Rinder is already a firm favourite on our TV screens, but after his impressive Good Morning Britain debut fans are now calling for the star to permanently replace Piers Morgan.

The presenter, real name Rob Rinder, joined main anchor and good friend Susanna Reid to host the early morning ITV show for the first time this morning (Wednesday 10 November).

And viewers quickly flocked to social media to say that they loved the 43-year-old barrister’s mix of humour and seriousness on the day’s hot topics, as well as his natural chemistry with Susanna.

Singing Judge Rinder’s praises, one GMB viewer said: “OMG I love Judge Rinder. What a great choice of stand in for the show. Can we make him permanent?”

They went on to say: “Literally love someone who needs to cross examine what has been said.”

Another impressed watcher agreed, writing on Twitter: “Can Judge Rinder come again. He would make a great permanent addition. I like his cross examination already.”

While others begged show bosses to make former Strictly star Rob a permanent fixture on the GMB desk.

One said: “GMB have got to have Judge Rinder on more often. He is hilarious a real treat to wake up to.”

And as others said they were “loving” his guest stint, another added: “Keep Judge Rinder. The man is hilarious. GMB”.

Judge Rinder is the latest TV star to sit alongside Susanna, 50, following Piers Morgan’s explosive exit.

Last week it was announced both Rob and politician Ed Balls would be having their turn in the hot seat.

Welcoming them to the show, Susanna posted some snaps on her Instagram account.

She then wrote: “Some familiar faces on your breakfast telly boxes this month @gmb Ed Balls & Rob Rinder join the team!”

Others who have hosted in recent months include money expert Martin Lewis, actor Adil Ray and Alastair Campbell.

Meanwhile, Richard Madeley has confirmed he has accepted a deal to regularly front the much-talked about breakfast show.

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