GMB fans baffled as Charlotte Hawkins interrupts show for 'pointless' breaking news

GMB fans baffled as Charlotte Hawkins interrupts show for ‘pointless’ breaking news

GMB’s Charlotte interrupted cost of living segment to chat about how builders like their tea Sign up to our free email alerts for the top Celebs & TV stories sent straight to your e-mail Good Morning Britain viewers were left unimpressed as Charlotte Hawkins interrupted a cost of living discussion to ask how builders like their tea. The TV star presented the ITV breakfast show alongside Rob Rinder, who has stepped in for Richard Madeley as he takes a break from GMB. Rob Rinder hasn't been present in the ITV studio for months, having last presented back in March alongside Susanna Reid. As the presenting duo got stuck into the show, conversation soon turned to the current cost of living crisis. They welcomed journalists Andrew Pierce and Kevin Maguire as they discussed Labour's energy price cap freeze – which Sir Keir Stamer is planning to introduce in a bid to help households with their bills. The freeze is said to bring inflation down by 4% however Chief Secretary to the treasury, Simon Clarke previously said he found it “odd” if high earners get money off bills. As Andrew was in the middle of speaking Charlotte interrupted him with “breaking news” about tea. She said: “Listen, I have to interrupt us at this moment to bring us breaking tea news on how builders like their tea.” Rob Rinder couldn’t help but burst into laughter as Andrew admitted: “I do like a builder's tea.” Charlotte went on to reveal that they had a range of tea’s on the desk as Rob had a small camera showing all the different options. However, as much as the tea chat had the studio in hysterics, viewers at home were far from impressed and slammed the “pointless” segment after Charlotte's sudden interruption. @tighabhinn Tweeted: “How builders like their tea” 'story' is the easily the most stupid, pointless & worthless excuse for a breakfast tv discussion since TV began #GMB.” @uniquedollsUK said: “Interrupting the energy crisis discussion to talk about frigging tea. You couldn’t make it up #GMB.” Amazon Prime has thousands of original series, sport documentaries and films you can subscribe to watch here for just £7.99/ month plus a free month trial included. Disney+ is here in the UK and if paid for an annual subscription can save viewers 15%, giving you access to Disney and Pixar films, and popular series such as The Mandalorian. New O2 customers, or existing customers who are upgrading their plan, can get up to 6 free months of Disney+. Also, Apple TV offer a free trial for seven days but just remember that the subscription will renew automatically at £4.99/a month, so don’t forget to cancel if you don’t want it anymore. Netflix is available on your smartphone, tablet, smart TV, laptop or streaming device, all for one fixed monthly fee. Plans range from £5.99 to £13.99 a month. No extra costs, no contracts. @craggsy82 commented: “What an absolutely pointless segment that was #GMB.” @PeritaRisus wrote: “Preferred tea strengths, defined by profession, according to #GMB. True, or daft as it looks?” While @fairandsqure added: “People are going into massive debt because of the fuel bills ,we have a prime minister missing in action the Tory party ripping each other apart no comment made about Johnson on holiday or the second time whilst we’re still paying him …and they talk about cup tea.”
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