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Richard Madeley warns ‘anything can happen’ after GMB blunder leaves hosts without scripts

RICHARD Madeley warned "anything can happen" after Good Morning Britain's hosts were left without scripts today.

A technical issue with the studio's printer meant Richard and Susanna Reid had to improvise on the first show of the week.

Richard said: "It's just like being at home, our printer is broken. We don't have any scripts so anything could happen in the next half hour."

Susanna added: "You think we could have invented by 2021, it was a printer that worked but you're absolutely right, I had a nightmare over the weekend with the printer I seem to have brought the problem into the studio. Sorry about that."

Returning to the programme for a second week, Richard thanked viewers for their support on Saturday night.

He followed a Twitter post about Strictly Come Dancing with: "Oh, and BTW, talking about TV - thanks for all the generous/funny/positive comments about me on the GMB breakfast show last week. And for anyone who felt the opposite way... er... I'm back on it next week, too. I can only apologise... see you all on Monday!"

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