Good Morning Britain praised for strong start
Susanna Reid's new ITV breakfast show 'Good Morning Britain' has received praise from the likes of Holly Willoughby after getting off to a strong start today (28.04.14)
Holly Willoughby and Keith Lemon have praised ITV's new breakfast show, 'Good Morning Britain'.
The news programme - which features a quartet of presenters including Susanna Reid, Ben Shephard, Charlote Hawkins and Sean Fletcher - got off to a flying start this morning (28.04.14) as it replaced 'Daybreak' in the early morning slot on ITV.
'This Morning' presenter Holly was one of the viewers who awoke extra early to catch a glimpse of former 'BBC Breakfast' star Susanna, 43, on her new show and it seems the blonde beauty was impressed.
She wrote on Twitter: "Good Morning Britain is looking rather lovely... Good morning y'all! Xxx #goodmorningbritain (sic)"
Meanwhile, 'Celebrity Juice' comic Keith was happy to wake up to Susanna and former Sky News presenter Charlotte on TV.
He tweeted: "Enjoying this new morning telly show #GMB some tidy birds. (sic)"
On the first show, Susanna confidently conducted a one-on-one interview with employment minister Esther McVey regarding new benefit laws in Britain, and later she and Ben, 39, welcomed their first celebrity guest, Paul O'Grady, for a chat.
'Good Morning Britain' has earned positive reviews, with some critics likening it to fast-paced morning news show 'Good Morning America' in the US.
The new breakfast show's set is also a drastic change from the sofa-and-coffee table set-up seen on 'Daybreak' as the show's hosts are instead seated around a large glass desk for the majority of the programme.
It seems Susanna, Ben, Sean, 40, and Charlotte, 38, have already hit it off as they finished each other's sentences and quipped about their "chemistry".