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Piers Morgan was reunited with his former Good Morning Britain co-host Susanna Reid at the TRIC Awards – and the duo spoke exclusively to OK! in their first joint interview since Piers' GMB exit.
After posing on the red carpet ahead of the event, held in partnership with OK!, the duo stopped for a chat, which saw Piers jokingly probe Susanna about if the breakfast show's bosses had "found his replacement yet".
The 56 year old also said coming back together with Susanna after months apart was "emotional".
"It's like meeting your ex-wife. We've spent five years together, 4.30 in the morning with the curlers on – not many men get to see Susanna Reid like that!' Piers added.
The former colleagues went head to head in the News Presenter category and after his victory, Piers touchingly invited Susanna onto the stage to share the accolade.
Despite not being a part of Good Morning Britain any longer, Piers said he did tune in to the "cracking" interview with ISIS bride, Shamima Begum, earlier on Wednesday morning.
"I was quite relieved I wasn't on it because I think I would have lost my temper quite quickly. It was a very good interview," he said.
Susanna looked sensational at the TRIC Awards in a stunning red dress which she teamed with towering white heels, while Piers wore a black suit.
The duo posed alongside Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard, and the foursome proved they're on still on great terms as they larked around in front of the cameras.
Piers decided to quit his GMB role following a row with weatherman Alex Beresford over Meghan Markle's comments about her mental health in her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.
Piers made Ofcom history when his rants about the Duchess of Sussex on Good Morning Britain became the most complained about the moment on TV, racking up 57,121 complaints.
However, the broadcasting watchdog ruled earlier this month that Piers' comments had not broken any rules.
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