Piers Morgan set for ‘turbocharged’ TV return after he quit Good Morning Britain

Piers Morgan is predicted to make a "turbocharged" return to television with a new show and more newspaper columns after he quit Good Morning Britain.

The 55-year-old sensationally walked off the ITV show live on-air before quitting his role as host later in the day after backlash about his comments about Meghan Markle.

But it seems it'll do no harm to his career, as PR expert Mark Borkowski is certain that Piers will be back bigger and more successful than ever.

Piers himself has said he is only in "temporary hibernation" – and it seems Mark believes that the controversial host is just working up to his return.

"People think the juggernaut has been neutered, but quite the opposite," he said in an article titled "The Marmite man will certainly be back.

"It's been turbocharged."

He wrote: "Piers has the confidence of his opinions, and ultimately, he knows that when people tell you to apologise, or you're out, you have to have the confidence to walk.

"If I were his agent right now (and I'm not), I would be a very happy man."

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Mark said: "Those who think of cancellation as a once-and-for-all sentence to lifelong obscurity need only recall the word's origins in network programming, where there is only one law: he who is cancelled, can find another network…

"The whole thing is a circus and Piers is the ringmaster."

Sharing the article on Twitter, he added: "I predict a new network platform, multiple columns, and a following who will remain as faithful as ever."

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It even caught Piers' attention, as he responded: "What a generous piece, thanks Mark."

There has been speculation about Piers' next move following his exit from Good Morning Britain, with GB News' Andrew Neil saying he wants him on board.

Speaking on This Morning, he said: "I wouldn't want to transfer what he was doing on GMB straight to GB News.

"I'd want to do something different with him at a different time of day. He's adaptable and he can do different things in different ways.

"He'd be a huge asset to our channel if we can get him. We'll try to do so and see if we can come to a mutual agreement."

Host Phillip Schofield joked that Andrew would have to dig deep in his pockets to bag Piers, though.

It wasn't long until Piers was back on ITV though, as his Life Stories series aired on Thursday night, with Coleen Nolan in the hot seat.

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