GMB's Susanna Reid has dismissed the recent remark she made about being a natural blonde. The breakfast host told her Twitter followers that it wasn't true...
Susanna Reid stunned viewers on Tuesday's episode of Good Morning Britain when she revealed she was a "natural blonde". Shortly after the show, the breakfast host, 46, appeared to backtrack on the remark, jovially telling her Twitter followers: "BREAKING: I'm really not." During the GMB episode, Susanna had told her co-hosts Piers Morgan and Charlotte Hawkins, "I'm naturally blonde." Surprised by the revelation, Piers retorted: "It would explain a lot of things." He added: "Dark blonde is brown, only a blonde wouldn't realise that. It's like gender, there's male, female that's it. In hair there's brunette, blonde, red head, that's it. Strawberry blonde is blonde."
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Last week saw the return of Susanna and Piers following their summer break. Broadcaster Susanna took to her social media pages to share a beaming selfie of the pair reunited. Viewers of the ITV show will be happy to see the pair back on screen together. Father-of-four Piers recently opened up about their on-screen chemistry, telling Woman magazine that his co-host is more "opinionated off-screen". He joked: "It's like the worst kind of arranged marriage, where you don't get any of the good bits, just the bad stuff." The TV star added: "My argument with her is that she’s far more opinionated in the early-morning briefings than she is on air. Lately she’s taken it the other way around and I have to calm her down."
In a previous interview with You Magazine, Susanna described Piers as a "mini tornado". She shared: "I describe him as a mini tornado. The chairs start spinning, the papers go everywhere, interviewees never know what’s going to happen to them." Quick to heap praise on her colleague, she continued: "He always gives his interviews a bit of an edge. He takes them by the collar and shakes them until nuggets of headline fall out. We could all learn from that."