The Daily Mail has wasted no time in letting ITV know what it makes of Good Morning Britain, the channel's new breakfast show. It seems the ever-lustful Mail was upset that it couldn't see presenter Susanna Reid's "best assets" (nudge, nudge, wink, wink) as the former BBC journalist was sat behind a desk:
"She made the life-changing decision to defect from the BBC to ITV earlier this year, to front new daytime show Good Morning Britain. But as Susanna Reid, 43, made her debut on the fledgling programme on Monday morning, viewers were quick to point out that the presenter's best assets were not being utilised by the show's bosses.
The Mail then handpicked some tweets from equally enlightened ITV viewers to help support its case against the lack of air time given to Reid's "trim legs", reporting:
"Twitter was awash with comments from critics who complained that Susanna's trim legs were being hidden because she spent the majority of the time sitting behind a desk with her co-hosts. One viewer commented: 'Why has ITV paid so much for @susannareid100 only to put her behind a desk? Its like buying a Ferrari and keeping it in the garage #gmb.' ...with another writing: 'You don't hire Susanna Reid and then stick her behind a desk #getyourpinsout."