Piers Morgan addresses Dan Walker DEFEAT as ITV defend their loss: 'Right'

Tonight’s charity telethon aired a dramatic rowing race between the BBC and ITV, all in the name of Sport Relief. 

Charlotte Hawkins represented Good Morning Britain and has been encouraged to win by Piers Morgan for weeks. 

However, when it came down to the race, it seemed there was drama ahead. 

As both teams set off, it seemed the BBC had the edge. 

And when they got further down the Manchester river, ITV were out of the race. 

BBC Breakfast’s Dan and his comrades sailed over the line well ahead of their rivals. 

Immediately, viewers demanded to know what Piers would make of the defeat.

Although keeping quiet for a few hours, the outspoken presenter couldn’t help himself and answered a tweet. 

Charlotte tried to explain Piers would forget about the loss as he is off Good Morning Britain next week.

However, the host responded chillingly: “Right.”

Not one to let bygones be bygones, it seems fans of Good Morning Britain can expect fireworks when he returns. 

This comes as Charlotte worried whether she could go back to work following a loss.

She exclusively told Express.co.uk earlier this week that the “pressure was on”. 

Charlotte, 42, confessed: “If I lose, I’m not sure I can go back into work. Piers Morgan would be absolutely furious if I lose this one. So the pressure is definitely on. 

“It’s definitely given it an edge because Piers Morgan has said doesn’t come back to the studio if you lose so there’s nothing like getting a pep talk from one of your colleagues is there?

“But he’s made it quite clear that ITV have to win at all costs, so that’s definitely gave me the influence to put the effort in and shall we say there is some friendly rivalry between Dan and myself, we will have to wait and see what happens.”

Meanwhile, Dan posted to his 501,000 followers: “Thanks to all your @sportrelief support and well done #TeamBBC for beating the lovely guys from ITV.”

Donations for Sport Relief can be made here.

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