“Good Morning Britain” has asked controversial newsman Piers Morgan back to the show after he left in March following anger over his criticism of Meghan Markle.
The offer comes after the ITV show’s ratings have plummeted following Morgan’s departure.
“They approached me – there were approaches. According to The Sun, Piers, 56, remarked, “Never say never.”
His failure to apologize to Markle was a key factor in his decision to leave. He has yet to express regret to the Duchess of Sussex while sticking to his guns.
In fact, he feels Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, should have their royal titles revoked for “trashing the institution and creating a lot of damage.”
He added, “I believe they should be removed of their titles because they’re ruining the institution and inflicting a lot of damage in the Commonwealth, because a lot of countries believe this racism garbage.” “In the midst of an epidemic, they’ve become the world’s biggest victims. It’s pitiful. Harry has to mature.”
Morgan doubled down on his denial of Markle’s accusations of racism and suicide concerns after his departure from “GMB,” claiming he was a victim of canceled culture.
“Those of you who know me well enough know that, despite my many flaws, I’m always willing to stand up for the things that I believe matter most,” he wrote at the time in a lengthy social media post. “And now I’ve been fired from Good Morning Britain because I refused to apologize for not believing Meghan Markle’s claims in her interview with Oprah Winfrey.”
“As a result, I became the latest ‘victim’ of the cancel culture that pervades our society every minute, hour, and day,” he added. “Of course, I don’t consider myself a victim, nor am I actually canceled.”