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Ex-F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone says he ‘would still take a bullet' for Vladimir Putin

Former Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has told Good Morning Britain he would “still take a bullet” for Vladimir Putin, as well as suggesting Nelson Piquet’s comments about Lewis Hamilton were not meant as racist. Speaking to hosts Kate Garrarway and Ben Shepherd, Bernie showed his support behind both Putin and Piquet - in a very controversial appearance on the morning show. As well as showing his support for Putin, he also aired his disdain for Ukrainian President Zelensky.

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'Brings everything into sharp focus' Kate Garraway admits 'change' in marriage to Derek
Kate Garraway, 54, has been very open about adapting to her new life since her husband Derek Draper, 54, was diagnosed with Covid in March 2020.The couple have had to adjust to a new way of loving each other, which Kate has spoken about in a new interview.The Good Morning Britain star documented her family’s ordeal in her most recent documentary, Caring for Derek.Derek was diagnosed with Covid in March 2020 and stayed hospitalised in a critical condition until a year later.He even travelled to Mexico to undergo cutting-edge medical treatment at a specialist clinic.Kate spoke in a recent interview about how her love for her husband has changed due to this new chapter in their lives.She admitted: "When you nearly lose someone, it certainly brings everything into sharp focus."In many ways, we’re still learning how we are as man and wife, as so much has changed."It’s the same for the children – they’re having to relearn the experience of being with their dad. And, of course, the biggest learning is for poor Derek", Kate told Good Housekeeping Magazine.The mother-of-two has also previously opened up about how "lonely" she can feel while caring for her husband.She said: "It’s like there’s both grief and hope in the same moment."There are flashes of the old Derek and then he disappears again, and you’re left just feeling really lonely."Derek dreams about the ‘before’, and every morning it’s just so, so awful seeing him wake up, and the realisation of where he is."There’s a kind of heartbreak in his eyes, every single morning.
Kate Garraway enjoys fun day out with son Bill after sharing heartbreaking update on husband Derek
Kate Garraway was spotted enjoying a fun day out with her son Bill, 12, on Sunday as they attended Capital's Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium.MORE: Kate Garraway reveals medicinal garden grown to aid her husband Derek's recoveryThe 55-year-old reshared a heartwarming video which saw the mother-son duo sitting in the stands ready to enjoy the exciting concert.WATCH: Kate Garraway and son Bill enjoy day out after sad Derek newsKate was in high spirits in the clip and donned a fabulous floral summer dress which she matched with eccentric pink sunglasses, adorned with cream flowers.SEE: Emotional Kate Garraway fights back tears during on-air reunion – see videoREAD: Kate Garraway gives difficult update on Derek Draper's healthThe fun day came hours after the Good Morning Britain host shared a devastating update about her husband Derek, who has been suffering with an extreme case of Covid.A post shared by Kate Garraway (@kategarraway)Kate is devastated Taking to her Instagram feed on Sunday morning, Kate confessed: "So Derek has been in and out of hospital a lot recently - hopefully the wonderful health teams will help him improve but I woke up early feeling exhausted & very fretful."As you know my garden is my #happyplace so came out for some #calm and to get stuck into some weeding & planting. It’s been ages since have been able to & I really missed it but nature hasn’t me."The flowers are blooming, fruits growing, leaves dancing in the breeze.
Thick as s***' James Jordan defends GMB's Susanna Reid after cruel remark from troll
Strictly Come Dancing star James Jordan rushed to Susanna Reid's defence yesterday after a troll aimed an attack with incorrect grammar.The 44-year-old urged him to "at least pretend" to be educated.The drama had begun after @stemuffy had told Susanna: "Your shit at your job." (sic)Not to be defeated, she hit back by retorting: "You're pretty rubbish at spelling, but there we go."As some of her 878,000 followers stepped in to support her, James Jordan led the pack by addressing the tweeter personally.Using a tears of laughter emoji, he exclaimed: "If “you’re” going to troll someone at least try and pretend “you’re” educated."He added: "But - we all know trolls are generally thick as shit, point proven."Then he told Susanna: "You're great by the way."The troll seemed to have been silenced - but readers had mixed feelings about the way the person had been spoken to.@jo31070 implored: "Please take this down, you don't know if this person has a learning disability."Thought better of you. Why not rise above it?"However @HellsBellsy was suspending her sympathy, retorting: "Learning disabilities don't excuse you from being a twat and abusing someone online...."@gennard_emma agreed, echoing: "If he is going to judge others and be rude then he has to expect the same treatment back."If you can't take it then don't dish it out."After hearing that the comments were considered "disrespectful" to those who "struggle with spelling", she exclaimed: "Can't believe some people are actually sticking up for an internet troll and judging the victim instead."@MarcHasNoFilter advised: "[Trolls] also see being blocked as a badge of honour.
Susanna Reid urges critic to 'stop flirting' after branding host 'bit of eye candy' on GMB
Susanna Reid, 51, has taken to Twitter to express her view on today's antics involving Boris Johnson, leaving one social media user to critique her journalism skills.The Good Morning Britain presenter couldn't help but hit back with a funny jibe, telling her critic to "stop flirting" with her.Tim Stanley took to Twitter today and wrote: "After the 1922 committee meeting a senior party source was challenged on partygate."He asked journalists 'Have you never got drunk before?'"To which, Susanna replied in view of her 877,500 followers: "Not at work during a lockdown when life and death decisions were being made, no."Her reply angered social media user Royston Gabb who took to Twitter and criticised the GMB host.The social media user penned: "Susanna to call yourself a journalist is stretching it a bit far, you're a presenter who happens to have a beautiful face and as such is employed as a bit of eye candy." (sic)Susanna couldn't help but quip back, as she replied: "Stop flirting Royston..."Social media users rushed to the comments to defend Susanna and laugh at her funny jibe.Pankaj Gupta said: "Sorry on behalf of men - that a professional woman has to hear this in the 21st century."David Hobbs added: "There's a lot of people out there that wouldn’t agree with your comment about Susanna, Royston."Tim Baldwin commented: "I disagree, you do an excellent job whilst also having a very pleasing face."Susanna made sure to hold parliament to account as she spoke to Sajid Javid on this morning's Good Morning Britain.Sajid was defending Prime Minister Boris Johnson amid talks of a vote of no confidence to be taking place tonight.This comes after the news broke that Boris was to face a vote of no confidence this evening after the
Piers Morgan reacts after Dan Walker mocks host after walking out of GMB live on-air
Piers Morgan, 57, famously walked off the Good Morning Britain set in March last year after being embroiled in a disagreement with his former colleague Alex Beresford surrounding Meghan Markle.The TalkTV presenter took to Twitter today to hit out at Dan Walker, 45, as he tried to light-heartedly mock Piers this morning as he walked off the ITV set in the same fashion.Piers took to Twitter to respond to an article headlining: "Dan Walker poked fun at his rival Piers Morgan by jokingly storming out of his Good Morning Britain interview this morning."The former GMB presenter replied in view of his 7.9 million followers: "He couldn’t even do this better than me…"Many social media users took to the comments in response to Dan's lighthearted joke, as the presenter's cheeky feud has been reignited.BnmPlanet said: "Award goes to @PiersMorgan for the best 'Storming Out' act."AlbieCamus added: "Dan Walker has a sense of humour unlike some."BornPeachy commented: "He wants to be you, Piers! Imitation is the highest form of flattery."Dan joined Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid on this morning's GMB as he discussed his move to Channel 5, prior to his first show airing tonight.As Richard wished the former BBC Breakfast presenter "good luck", Dan made a final jibe at Piers.He joked: "Right, I'm going to do what they normally do on this programme and walk off."The Channel 5 star got up from his seat and walked away from the desk.Susanna jumped in: "I'd just like to point out only one person has ever done that but it is a stage that has been set for you.”"See you later," Dan said as he opened the studio door and walked away.He continued: "See you at five o’clock on Channel 5."Piers infamously walked off GMB when his co-star Alex hit out
'Very proud' Naga Munchetty and Susanna Reid celebrate amid TRIC Awards nominations
Naga Munchetty and Susanna Reid are favourites on BBC Breakfast and Good Morning Britain. Now they have learnt they will go head to head at the 2022 TRIC Awards - and they both reacted happily to the nominations.Naga was in a celebratory mood as the TV star, who also presents on BBC 5 Live, announced the news to her 272,000 followers."Delighted to see @BBCBreakfast team has been nominated & shortlisted for Multi-Channel News Programme," she told the world."Great to see a brilliant, passionate and ridiculously hard-working team recognised."The nominations had been the result of over 65,000 TV viewers' votes.The news attracted mixed responses from readers.@sitoots praised in response: "Led by icons (like you) driven by stars!"However, in contrast, @martint77 told Naga scathingly: "Another meaningless award in an industry that loves to award people.The mutual appreciation society."Meanwhile, Susanna told her 877,000 followers: "Very proud of our BRILLIANT @gmb team on the @TRICawards shortlist, for Best Multi-Channel News Programme."Susanna is also leading the nominees at this year's National Reality TV Awards.@mikephotowild60 exclaimed in response: "Absolutely well deserved praying that the whole team win."He added: "For you @susannareid100 to get a special reward you are on the way to the top of the world.
'Not my thing' ITV's Tom Bradby switched off Piers Morgan after 'couple minutes'
Radio Times.The new show features Piers’ verdict on the day's global events with an hour of debate and straight-talking interviews with the world's leading figures.Ian's comments come after it was reported Piers' show averaged more than 300,000 viewers for his debut episode on April 25, in which he interviewed the former US president Donald Trump.But since then the viewing figures have plunged, with recent episodes getting about 30,000 viewers, according to the Mail Online.Meanwhile, Tom decided to not touch on his relationship with the royals after it was alleged he and Prince William had a falling out in April last year.According to Royal sources, the two were friends for two decades.It has been said that ITV's News at Ten host has “annoyed” his friend Prince William by "seeming to side" with his brother Prince Harry and sister-in-law Meghan Markle following their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.Tom has interviewed both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as well as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the past.The journalist is also known to have been close friends with Harry and William.The royal insider said: "The friendship between William and Tom is very much over."The Duke feels let down by Bradby and the way he's acted over the past few months."William is a sensitive soul and believes it's in times of crisis when you find out who your true friends are."The source added: "The Duke will, of course, remain cordial and professional in his relations with senior media figures, but that special relationship he once had with Bradby is no more."William no longer sees him as a friend."The source also claimed some staff at Buckingham Palace believe Tom’s reporting on ITV News favours the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.They
‘Save their souls’ Laurence Fox risks sparking dividing opinion over church petition
“She recently informed a black trainee vicar, that ‘as a white woman I can tell you (the trainee) that the Church is institutionally racist’.”Laurence added: “While the black trainee disagreed, it is clear that both the Rt Hon Welby and Dame Mullally are having to live with unimaginable guilt.“We therefore invite them to save their souls by resigning their posts in favour of BAME Anglicans.“Welby and Mullally would be showing the ultimate form of moral leadership, giving up their own careers to resolve what they attest to be a grim historical injustice.”Laurence added it would be “more Christian” than trying to urge white clergy people out of their professions and onto the streets.He demanded that the next Archbishop be democratically elected from a group of BAME candidates.A source close to Laurence told Express Online: “Once Welby et al have resigned, Fox and Reclaim will support democratic elections to be held within the Church to replace them.”The Reclaim Party founder’s petition now has over 3,000 signatures. A spokesperson for the Church of England told Express Online:“We fully sympathise with concerns over racism within the Church and wider society - the Church has been actively engaged on this issue for some time.“In April 2021, the Archbishops’ Anti-Racism Taskforce issued its report ‘From Lament to Action’, proposing a suite of changes to begin bringing about a change of culture in the life of the Church of England.“This work is now continuing with the Archbishops’ Racial Justice Commission, which is setting out a compelling agenda for change and will report to the Archbishops at regular intervals with recommendations to help the Archbishops fulfil their commitments to identify, respond to, and root out
'No one's buying it!' Kate Garraway calls out Gemma Atkinson after sudden show exit
Kate Garraway insisted that “no one was buying” that Gemma Atkinson had to leave her show early after it was announced that the remaining participants would have to stand in ice cold water live on TV.The Hits Radio presenter told Kate she had to catch a train, but the presenter was not convinced, teasing that the star had instead “run away”. Gemma, 37, appeared on Garraway’s Good Stuff this morning, where she spoke about her new exercise programme to help new mums get back into shape without piling on the pressure. The star appeared alongside Irish presenter, Angela Scanlon, 38, and took it in turns to talk to Kate, 55. In the last five minutes of the show, however, Gemma seemed to have suddenly disappeared. Her departure came shortly after an expert from Freeze the Fear came to introduce the women to the Wim Hof method, which involved plenty of ice. Freeze the Fear with Wim Hof is a new ITV reality show that sees celebrities push themselves beyond their limits in sub-zero temperatures. The Wim Hof method is designed to help people retake control of their bodies through a combination of breathing, cold therapy, and meditative techniques.  Kate made a cheeky joke about Gemma’s early departure, as she left shortly before the women were left grimacing as they dunked their feet in buckets of ice.As the camera panned back to Kate, she told her audience: “I should say that Gemma has had to run away to get back home to catch a train…“Allegedly.
Lorraine Kelly ‘looks better now’ than she did decades ago, GMB’s Richard Arnold claims
Lorraine Kelly "looks better now" than she did decades ago, according to ITV star Richard Arnold, 52, who was speaking about how they'd changed over the years.The Good Morning Britain presenter spoke exclusively to about how he and Lorraine, 62, “look better now” than they did years ago while speaking at the Ideal Home Show, in partnership with NatWest.Richard has been the Entertainment Editor on ITV’s Good Morning Britain since 2014 and has been working in showbiz for over two decades.He previously worked for the channel’s predecessor GMTV, first starting out as a TV critic there in 1997.Lorraine helped launch GMTV back in 1993 and has also stayed with ITV over the years, continuing her self-titled show Lorraine under the new format.Reflecting on how it’s been working for the channel over many years, Richard said: “Well, I've seen a lot of changes, and my makeup isn't quite as orange as it used to be when we did GMTV, which wasn't altogether flattering.“I think what I find extraordinary - and it's like being in a soap opera in many respects…“When you see archived footage of you, if they play an old clip from when you were younger, you don't think that you've got any older necessarily.“But then when you see a picture of yourself when you first started out with frosted tips…“You just think, ‘Oh my goodness me, we really have all been through an awful long time together!’" he added.Speaking about his time with Lorraine on the channel, he continued: “Lorraine and I always joke about the fact that surely we look better now than we did back then.“Even though we're getting older now!” he added with a laugh.Richard went on to discuss how he felt to be Entertainment Editor at ITV, decades on from where he first
'He said Brexit would REMOVE VAT!' Susanna Reid launches Twitter attack on Gove after vow
Susanna Reid, 51, has fumed at Michael Gove on Twitter after his appearance on Good Morning Britain today.Secretary of State for Levelling Up Michael Gove was given a dressing down by the presenter on the ITV news programme. She tore into the minister over the cost-of-living crisis and demanded to know why he would not remove VAT on energy bills to help citizens.On Twitter, Susanna continued her anger against Gove as she typed: “In 2016 Michael Gove wrote a newspaper article saying VAT on fuel bills hit the poorest hardest & we should Brexit to remove VAT. “In 2022 he says removing VAT would help the wealthiest most and we shouldn’t do it.”The mother-of-two also shared a video clip from GMB showing her grilling of Gove, as she questioned why he campaigned for removing VAT on energy bills previously, but was now not supportive of the change.However, some of her followers also seemed frustrated that it appeared Gove was unable to fully answer Susanna’s questions without interruption.@BcfcDavid wrote: “During the whole 1 min 6 seconds of this video, there were only 13 seconds where you didn't speak or talk over him.Seriously, what's the point? Hold ministers to account but let us listen to what they have to say.”(sic)@zx_spectrum_30 remarked: “Whilst removing VAT for everyone would be lovely, the tax just gets raised somewhere else so I would like the rich to carry on paying it, but have some means of removing/rebating/supporting those that really need it.
'Don't want to ruin his image' Rob Rinder exposes Piers Morgan's behind scenes behaviour
Piers Morgan's "behind the scenes" behaviour has been exposed by Good Morning Britain guest host, Rob Rinder.Speaking exclusively to, the legal expert, 43, spoke about the star's new TalkTV show Uncensored, as well as revealing what the outspoken presenter's really like when the cameras stop rollingWhen asked if he'd be tuning into Uncensored, the legal expert told how he thinks "everybody" should be watching the show.Rob said: "What it does in a really critical way is model the ability to listen and hear an idea that you don't like and your identity not to be attacked, and to come in and tune in next day and then see whether you agree with him."It gives you the emotional and intellectual muscle to learn better how to argue without falling out."And if you think about how polarised we are nowadays, strikes me that's an important thing to do," he added.Rob went on: "So like him or loathe him, of course, I'll be tuning into Piers and everybody should too."The star went on to speak about Piers' long-lasting, international career, before revealing why it is that he thinks the star has been an enduring presence on TV.He explained: "There's a reason why, it's really interesting, if you think how long he's been in the media here and in America, too."But when you think about it, somebody like that with those strong opinions, which would have been a story that would have eviscerated him in some way.Rob went on: "But the reason it hasn't is because, say, if you really needed him, [he's] that sort of friend, you will have nothing but good things to say about him."And I don't want to ruin his image, you know, or, you know, s**t on his fireworks."But I'm sorry to tell everybody that as is often the case with people with
Piers Morgan on whether he'll be trying to steal GMB's viewers after 'poaching' ITV staff
Piers Morgan has addressed whether he'll be trying to "steal" Good Morning Britain viewers after leaving the programme last year and launching his new TalkTV show, Uncensored.Speaking to and other publications at the launch of the programme, the TV star, 57, told how he didn't want to steal GMB's viewers, after a number of GMB staff left the programme to work with Piers on his new show.The star's talk show, Uncensored, launched at the end of April and marked Piers' comeback to TV.Speaking candidly ahead of the programme's launch, Piers told how he wanted the GMB viewers who stopped watching following his exit, to tune in to his new show.Piers said: "I mean, I won't be looking to steal Good Morning Britain viewers."I just really looking to pick up all those who stopped watching it."Which judging by when I walk around and judging by the ratings is a lot of people," the star claimed.He went on: "So, if you if you love Good Morning Britain when I was on it, and you miss me and that, you know where to find me."There's a lot of people who I think were annoyed about what went down so they'd be the ones I'd be after," he added.Piers left the ITV show last year following remarks he made about Meghan Markle.Speaking about his time on GMB, the star said: "I used to think I was uncensored."And then of course, when I left Good morning, Britain, it turned out that I actually was being censored in the sense that I was told I had to apologise for disbelieving Princess Pinocchio, or I would have to leave the building."So I took the leave the building option, which I thought was a sad, it was a sad moment for me and for the show."Piers' comments about viewers tuning into the show come after his former co-host Susanna Reid
Lorraine Kelly brands Boris Johnson 'whatzisname' in epic dig after Susanna Reid chat snub
Lorraine Kelly, 61, has responded to Prime Minister Boris Johnson "snubbing" her on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday. Viewers were stunned, and GMB host Susanna Reid was soon hitting back, as Johnson asked who the longtime ITV host was.On Twitter, Lorraine didn't hold back, as she shared a clip from the interview between Susanna and Johnson, before swiping: “Well worth a watch with @susannareid100 and whatzisname.”(sic)It comes as Johnson appeared on his first interview with the programme in around five years, and for the first time since he was accused of hiding in a fridge to avoid Piers Morgan on the show in 2019.But, as the interview was wrapping up after Johnson was apparently late, he was left asking who Lorraine was as Susanna brought her up.Lorraine was waiting to begin her self-titled show, but with GMB overrunning, Susanna was forced to tell the PM that they needed to hand over to the ITV host.But Johnson claimed to not know who she was, asking: "Who's Lorraine," before looking around, causing Susanna to hit back: "Who's Lorraine? Lorraine's a legend."He then appeared to mumble, as the sound cut off: "Great, fantastic, well I don't want to talk to Lorraine..." as the show then went off air, and Lorraine began.Lorraine appeared very amused by it, especially after seeing fans messaging her in confusion.Despite her swipe, Lorraine defended Johnson over his mishap, claiming there was no reason for him to know who she was.She said: "There are loads of you, it's so funny, reacting to Boris Johnson earlier on wondering who I was.