Piers Morgan has confirmed that he will be making a grand return to ITV this evening after turning his back on Good Morning Britain last week.
The news anchor found himself in a war of words with weatherman Alex Beresford which resulted in Piers storming off and later handing his notice in.
It was soon made public that the 55-year-old had racked up over 41,000 complaints to Ofcom after he "didn't believed" Meghan Markle, following the bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Last week proved to be eventful and full of drama as he walked away from his five year career with the broadcaster, however it would seem that was short lived.
Piers will return to screens this evening unveiling his latest chaper of Life Stories, with Loose Women panelist Coleen Nolan taking to the seat to spill all.
Taking to Twitter to drum up viewing this evening, piers penned: "Reports of my ITV demise have been greatly exaggerated…. I’m back already."
The TV star tweet could have also been aimed at Piers' former CNN co-star Ana Navarro-Cárdenas who he branded as "treacherous" and "backstabbing" in a revengeful social media post yesterday.
Ana had shared false information with her own followers hinting that Piers had not only been sacked from ITV but CNN too.
Alongside an article about the GMB star's swift exit from the show, Ana penned: "If no other change comes out of the #OprahMeghanHarry interview, that it lead to @piersmorgan getting fired again from yet another job, seems like a good outcome for the benefit of humanity."
Setting the record straight, Piers fired back: "Hi Ana, I wasn't fired by ITV (I'm still working for them) just as I wasn't fired by CNN (I was offered a new 2-year deal – ask Jeff).
"But great to see you're just as big a treacherous little back-stabber now as you were when I worked at CNN."
The former breakfast presenter really wasn't joking when he explained that he was still working with the broadcast giant.
In spite of his swift departure from ITV after "agreeing to disagree" it seems Piers is still on good terms with executives.
Piers remained defiant on his position, telling the press the following day: "I had a good chat with ITV and we agreed to disagree.
"I'm just going to take it easy and see how we go.
"I believe in freedom of speech, I believe in the right to be allowed to have an opinion. If people want to believe Meghan Markle, that's entirely their right.
"I don’t believe almost anything that comes out of her mouth and I think the damage she’s done to the British monarchy and to the Queen at a time when Prince Philip is lying in hospital is enormous and frankly contemptible."
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