Shortly after the Piers Morgan drama Hello Great Britain Walk around, ITV’s breakfast announced that the presenter would not revisit the news program. Celebrating the departure was The late show Stephen Colbert, who promised British viewers a more positive experience with Morgan’s departure.
“Congratulations, tomorrow will be a great morning Britain,” the late night host joked, playing on the ITV show’s title.
Following CBS’s explosive interview with CBS Meghan Markle-Prince Harry conducted by Oprah Winfrey on Sunday, Morgan said on Monday that he did not believe her remarks about his sanity. The Suit The actress revealed on Sunday that her negative experience with the British media and the royal family had prompted thoughts of suicide. Following his controversial comments, Morgan co-star Alex Beresford challenged the former CNN presenter, which knocked Morgan off the scene.
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During his opening segment, Colbert noted that Morgan couldn’t accept the criticisms he was leveling. Still in love with Oprah’s interview with the royal couple, Colbert couldn’t help but use the conversation’s more controversial moments against the character in the news.
“Piers is such a baby that someone at Buckingham Palace just asked what color he’s going to be,” Colbert said.
As the latest royal controversies and the British media picked up the first half of its opening segment, Colbert also recapped the biggest news at home. With the gradual decrease in the number of cases, The late show the host said he looked forward to the day he “can stop saying ‘in the latest Covid news”.
He discussed the “good news” of rising vaccination rates and the latest information from the CDC that people who have received their vaccines can reunite with vaccinated friends and relatives without a mask inside. Colbert also took care of relief from Covid-19 and the First Dog’s “bite incident”.
Watch Colbert’s full opening monologue above.