GMB: Kate Garraway jokes with Adil Ray over Birmingham
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With question marks continuing to linger over Brits’ ability to travel abroad for a summer holiday this year, Good Morning Britain’s Kate Garraway and Adil Ray were keen to hear from the experts as to whether jetting off for some sun was a possibility. However, with the ITV debate ending with no real concrete answers, Kate, Adil and their guest Dr Amir Khan unanimously agreed a staycation in the UK was more than likely in 2021.
And as they delved into the details, the three joked about where they could possibly ago to enjoy a break while still in the UK.
Dr Khan wasted no time in promoting his home county of Yorkshire, prompting laughter from Kate and Adil.
Kate quipped the Yorkshire Tourism Board must be loving seeing Dr Khan appear on GMB to push viewers to pay a visit.
And Adil followed suit, suggesting his home city of Birmingham was also nice to visit in the summer months.
Kate joked the city had “more canals than Venice” before cutting to a competition segment of the show.
However, as the cameras returned to the studio a few moments later, it appeared Adil was slightly irked by the negative reception towards Birmingham.
Before moving on with the programme, Adil turned to Kate and said: “There’s nothing wrong with Birmingham, Kate.”
However, the GMB host was quick to defend herself against Piers’ replacement for April.
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“I wasn’t saying there was!” Kate shouted back at Adil before he quickly moved things on.
Kate shot a moody look down the camera before the two introduced Edward Argar onto the programme.
Adil will be standing in to front GMB for the rest of April as ITV continues to search for a permanent replacement for Piers Morgan.
Following his abrupt exit from the ITV show last month, the likes of Ben Shephard, Ranvir Singh and Alex Beresford have joined Adil in standing in.
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