Susanna Reid mocked a dwarf who tried to insult her and her Good Morning Britain co-host on Twitter.
The 50-year-old TV presenter joked that the person created a “ fun game ” because she guessed what they could have been trying to say in their angry letter, which says, “ The two of you are in everything wrong in the country. A pair of c **** s’ (sic).
The reference to the visible word swear was hidden The wrong number of stars, Susanna rudely said they might be trying to say “hours or chairs.”
After the Last Laughter: Susanna Reed sarcastically replied to a troll who tried to insult her and her Good Morning Britain co-host on Twitter.
Susanna shared the message in her Twitter feed, writing, “Oh this is a fun game. Hours? Seating?”
Dozens of her fans quickly showed their support in the responses, with one writing: “It’s a shame that people can’t even properly hide the spelling insults …”
Another added: “The husband suggests shoes, so I think he misspelled Crookes (not out of the box given how you read the rest of the tweet)”
Thirdly, he added: “Perhaps he could not spell, so he saved himself from embarrassment.”
Good try: The 50-year-old star joked that the person made a “fun game” because she guessed what they could have said in their letter that used too many stars to be a bad word
While other fans praised Susanna and Piers for their presentation style at GMB, one person tweeted: “You and Piers are great at GMB… you are the only presenters holding the government… Piers have a lot to say to himself but he is proud of himself during a pandemic …
“I’ve always been a high-profile presenter … I don’t know why people are rudely … well done …”
Another wrote: “You guys are so great in this country! You make me smile and laugh every Monday to Wednesday when I’m weak and can’t leave my apartment. Thank you for what you did during the epidemic and even before it! I love you guys.”
The reaction: Several of Susannah’s followers also commented on the incident, with one saying that it was “ a shame that people couldn’t even hide the spelling insults properly. ”
“Susanna, don’t let those sadomas come to you. There is a lot of this happening, I just inform and hold back. There is a lot of love for you from your loyal fans. You are the best ever,” another follower wrote to the journalist.
Another guy added, “Don’t understand why people are on your page if they don’t like it. If people have a problem why don’t they just block you.”
Susanna had previously taken up Internet abuse, where she insists she will not leave her job despite pressure from “trolls” in an interview with Mail On Sunday in 2018.
The star has targeted Twitter critics, who have said she should quit her role because of fellow Lt. Col. Pierce, who has sparked much controversy.
At the time of the interview, Susanna was recently described as a “cleverly challenged left head” and a “fanatic”.
Support: Others praised Susanna and Beers for their approach to delivering GMB in the pandemic
But she insisted that she was not affected by the abuse. She said, “People say,” How can you keep working alongside the sidewalks? For your dignity, just walk away. “
But why should I quit my paid job because of someone sitting next to me? This does not make sense. This is my livelihood, this is how I pay my mortgage payments. It’d be embarrassing if I got up and left – but I have no inclination for that.
“People also have experience because I’m having trouble with the guy next to me. That’s when I know I’m winning. I’m keeping right where I am.
Susanna and Beers often leave viewers entertained with their banter, and earlier this month she raised some eyebrows as Pierce folded into a whitepicks and baked beans.
Susanna looked in awe when he gave the viral formula a live taste test on Good Morning Britain.
Never shy away from the controversial, Pierce happily indulged in the loaded pile of cereal, while justifying the recipe.