TV personality Piers Morgan is dealing a health scare.
Bad news... after some extensive hospital tests this morning it appears I’m not going to die.— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 11, 2019
I can only apologise for all the upset & offence I know this development will cause. pic.twitter.com/nElsB9aPV4
On Friday, Morgan tweeted, “Bad news… after some extensive hospital tests this morning it appears I’m not going to die. I can only apologise for all the upset & offence I know this development will cause.”
The 53-year-old didn’t go into detail about the “extensive hospital tests,” but he did share a photo of himself in bed with a tube in his nose.
It has been reported that he’ll release a statement Monday on “Good Morning Britain.” A source told The Mirror, “He's going to be back on 'Good Morning Britain' as usual on Monday. He is going to update viewers then.”
Last month, Morgan suffered a cold that left him sweating profusely on “Good Morning Britain.” When his co-host Charlotte Hawkins noted that he should have stayed home to rest, he replied, “I power on, I don’t throw a sickie. I only feel obliged because the viewers want to see me. When they all charge to their remotes to see me, why would I not be here, even if I’m dying?”