An industry expert has predicted Piers Morgan will return “turbocharged” with a new TV show and more columns after quitting Good Morning Britain.
Piers, 55, sensationally walked away from the show earlier this month after a row over his coverage of Meghan Markle’s inteview with Oprah Winfrey.
He has since insisted the parting was amicable and he’s going into a “temporary hibernation”.
Speculation has been rife over what Piers will do next, and PR expert Mark Borkowski is convinced he’ll come back and be more successful than ever.
In a piece headlined: “The Marmite man will certainly be back”, Mark explained: “People think the juggernaut has been neutered, but quite the opposite. It’s been turbocharged.
“Piers has the confidence of his opinions, and ultimately, he knows that when people tell you to apologise, or you’re out, you have to have the confidence to walk.
“If I were his agent right now (and I’m not), I would be a very happy man.”
Mark went on to add: “Those who think of cancellation as a once-and-for-all sentence-to-lifelong obscurity need only recall the word’s origins in network programming, where there is only one law: he who is cancelled, can find another network…
“The whole thing is a circus and Piers is the ringmaster.”
He posted the piece on Twitter, writing: “Why the #marmite man @piersmorgan will be back. I predict a new network platform, multiple columns, and a following who will remain as faithful as ever…”
It attracted the attention of Piers himself, who replied: “What a generous piece, thanks Mark.”