ITV Good Morning Britain has undergone a host reshuffle. Richard Arnold has been replaced by Radzi Chinyanganya as entertainment reporter for the second week of the Easter break on the ITV show.
During an appearance on the show with Ranvir Singh and Richard Madeley, Radzi mentioned being trolled for his signature hairstyle. Radzi admits: “After every show, I get at least one Tweet saying ‘re-arrange your hair.’
“I’m proud to have this hair.” He added: “My best friend said, outside of children’s TV, ‘do you think you’re going to need to cut it out?’ I said ‘wait and see’.” Alex Beresford has also returned to the screen for the forecast.
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On the show, Ranvir and Richard talked about the dangers of working on early morning television. Ranvir said: “Now, poor Marverine is here. One of the risks with working on live TV in the morning is that you have Radzi entertainment news. That’s a great thing – unless you about to talk about a show you haven’t caught up with yet.”
“Is that the Successor?” Marverine then covered her ears and replied, “I know – I was like, ‘no’, ‘no’, ‘no’.” Ranvir said: “During halftime, you said… Richard and I might be the only two people in the world who haven’t seen any part of The Succession.” Richard said: “I don’t know what it’s about.
“What makes it so great?” Ranvir said: “You described it in a beautiful way. You described it as a gem of a performance.” Marverine said: “Sure. Every episode is great.” GMB continues to air on ITV every weekday from 6am.