Good Morning Britain being hosted by two women had the exact online reaction you would think it would.

The change did not escape the viewers, who took to Twitter to compare the flagship breakfast show to another show in the ITV daytime line up; Loose Women.

With Susanna Reid and Ranvir Singh at the helm, they interviewed figures like Grant Shapp and addressed Piers Morgan’s departure. Reid said the show was going to be “very different” without him.

Following a statement from the channel, their previous host, the notorious Piers Morgan has left the show. The revelation came last night after two controversial shows.

On Monday, the host denied Meghan Markle felt suicidal because of racism, press intrusion and the pressure of royal life. This has since been met with over 41,000 complaints to Ofcom. Additionally, he was critiqued for how he handled Trisha Goddard and Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu discussing racism.

The tensions really ramped up on Tuesday following a series of questionable decisions from sexually harassing Charlotte Hawkins, interviewing Meghan Markle’s estranged father and running off after facing a lick of the criticism he gives out.

The walk-off came as Alex Beresford finally took him to task over his obsession with Meghan Markle, who according to Morgan “ghosted him”. He ran off the set, leaving the rest of the show to go on without him.

Despite, some people celebrating his departure, others have not been so welcome to move, leading to sexist comparisons and expressing disbelief that two women could lead a major morning show.

Here are some of them.

Some might find it hard to believe that it was International Women’s Day on Monday...

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