TV presenter Eamonn Holmes has described controversial Piers Morgan as “the savior of breakfast television”, but fears that he could stop at any time.
Eamonn, who hosted this morning, believed that ITV’s Good Morning Britain had “gone down the drain of mild vanilla” until Piers came along.
But he believes Piers could easily get away from the high profile appearance.
He said: “He came there and shook it up.
“He was the right man in the right place at the right time.
“And so far, so good.
“But the thing about Piers and probably why a lot of people are watching him is that you don’t know how long it will take, you don’t know how long it will take.
“You don’t know when he has enough or whatever.”
Earlier in the year, 55-year-old Piers, who introduced Susanna Reid to Good Morning Britain, confirmed that he had signed a contract until 2021.
Eamonn, 60, also praised BBC breakfast presenter Dan Walker.
He told journalist Rodney Edwards on the Human Nature podcast, “I’m somewhere between Dan and Piers.”