Good Morning Britain viewers all saying the same thing about Rob Rinder as he replaces Richard Madeley | The Sun
GOOD Morning Britain viewers are all saying the same thing about Rob Rinder as he replaces Richard Madeley.
Richard, 66, revealed last week that he would be taking a break from the ITV show for a while.
This week Rob, 44, stepped in for him – and viewers had a lot to say about it on social media.
Insisting that they want him to replace Richard permanently, one wrote: "Rob Rinder on GMB every day please."
Another said: "I really love Rob Rinder as a presenter, rarely watch GMB much now other than the odd 15 mins here and there but always watch when he is on there."
And a third added: "I only watch when Rob Rinder is presenting."
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Yesterday Rob went on a furious rant on the show after learning guest Diggory Hadoke had been sent death threats.
Documentary maker Ali Tabrizi and hunting advocate Diggory sat side by side to discuss the shooting of the much-loved animal.
It was then that talk turned to trolling online, as Rob discussed how death threats had been sent to the Norwegian officials from UK animal lovers over the decision to euthanise Freya.
"Just to be clear, there have been death threats to the Prime Minister and those are never defensible – interestingly most of those have come from this country," he said.
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It was then that hunting lover Diggory revealed he too had been sent death threats after his last appearance on GMB – which, despite Rob disagreeing with his point of view on Freya's death, infuriated him.
Rob then hit out at the trolls: "If you do that, whoever you are – you should be prosecuted and that's not OK, full stop.
"Everybody should be able to have a view on pretty much anything without being threatened."
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