She is a proud Gamilaroi Gomeroi woman from Northern New South Wales and was known for working her Indigenous culture into her morning news bulletins by opening with "Yaama," which translates to "Hello" in Gamilaroi.
Piers Morgan, however, is firing on all cylinders. The live TV show he's been presenting for the last two-and-a-half hours has already involved interviewing former Attorney General Dominic Grieve about Brexit and hosting a debate about whether Jediism is a real religion.
As I arrive at ITV's studios, bleary-eyed and clutching a strong coffee, he and co-host Susanna Reid are wrapping up their final interview of the morning - with singer and former Black Eyed Pea Fergie.
She's not the first to have picked up GMB's unconventional formula. The number of viewers to ITV's breakfast show have been slowly but steadily increasing since it launched inand in particular since Morgan joined two years ago this month.
Image copyright Shutterstock Image caption Fergie not the Man United manager or the Duchess of York appeared on Monday's show "The BBC obviously has a very strong brand, and a very popular breakfast show that's done very well for a long time.
Make us unpredictable, provocative, lots of opinions, very lively, all the things that wouldn't traditionally be the BBC way of doing things.
The chemistry between Morgan and Reid is unusual to say the least more on that in a secand Morgan himself isn't quite the cuddly, warm figure that would've been associated with some of the network's previous breakfast shows like GMTV.
But Good Morning Britain is proving to be considerably more successful than its immediate predecessor, Daybreak. They were fantastic on The One Show, they're two brilliant broadcasters, but sometimes, for whatever reason, it just doesn't click.
And I took a view that that's fine, but that's not me. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption "Just enjoying this moment This is why we continue to attract top name guests. No disrespect to Salford, which is a great place. But obviously, physically a lot of the guests reside in London, or come to London.
She's a big American star. All of the politicians are down here, and so on. The rise and rise of the 1Xtra breakfast host "Most days there's a viral video that goes round of the Susanna Reid eye-roll or the zinger at the end of one of my monologues, and she of course, by saying less, often has more impact.
But I think the relationship we have is really interesting to people. The flipside of having a polarising figure fronting a breakfast show, however, is the impact it can have on guests - who in some cases have refused to appear on the show. Image caption Piers and Susanna appeared on Pointless Celebrities last year Earlier this year, Ewan McGregor dropped out at the last minute, and there have been rumours that PR teams often try to book their celebrity guests onto the show on a Thursday or Friday, when the somewhat-less-controversial Ben Shepherd and Kate Garraway are presenting.
How does he feel about it? If they want to bottle it, like Ewan McGregor, and they haven't got the guts to come and debate with me live on air, that says more about them than me. Then I would've respected him. To storm off, quite deliberately to promote his movie by the way, I thought was an act of rank cowardice.
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