Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid was unimpressed with co-host Richard Madeley calling Love Island “done”.
The ITV presenting duo returned on Monday after the four-day long weekend to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
But as Susanna shared an exciting update on the hit reality show for ITV viewers, Richard made a scathing critical comment on the hit ITV show.
Susanna teased an interview with show host Laura Whitmore later in the programme, as Love Island returns to screens on Monday night for a summer of fun and flirtation in Spain.
But after Susanna shared her own excitement at returning from the show, Richard looked dubious as he sat down next to her.
Before the program went on commercial break, he said scathingly of Love Island: “It’s over. Surely we’ve had enough.
Susanna managed to keep her mouth shut in response, but didn’t seem impressed by Richard’s comments.
It comes after Susanna Reid was forced to intervene on Good Morning Britain last week after Richard Madeley blundered.
Less than an hour into the program, Susanna had to stop Richard from speaking because he had made a mistake hosting the morning show.
The couple had just presented their conversation with Labor MP Kim Leadbeater about her documentary about the threats received by MPs after her sister Jo Cox was murdered in a horrific attack as she walked to her constituents in Yorkshire.
Richard went to welcome Kim – who was appearing via Zoom – on the show but Susanna had to quickly intervene, reminding her that they had a clip of the documentary to watch before speaking to her.
“Kim is taking part in a documentary to be aired later tonight where the deputies discuss the very real dangers they face and even how many people are currently in jail because of the threats. And now Kim is joining us,” a- he started as Susanna interrupted him. to add: “No, let’s take a look, let’s take a look.”
Appearing embarrassed, he then said: “Ah yes let’s see the doco.”
It comes after Richard admitted he was unsure about his future on Good Morning Britain.
Speaking recently on Kate Thornton’s White Wine Question Time podcast, he said: “But as far as what I’m doing on my own, which at the moment is Good Morning Britain, although who knows how long it will last.
“I’m doing it month to month at the moment and I’m very happy with it. I like operating at this level, I’ve had my main career curve. I’m not looking for a huge career arc, we’re going see what happens. But I like it, I like doing it.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.