Entertainment Susanna Reid deletes social media apps

12:55  14 september  2017
12:55  14 september  2017 Source:   BANG Showbiz

Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid backtracks on 'natural blonde' comment

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Susanna Reid admitted that she's addicted to Twitter and that she deletes the app daily. She told Radio Times: "Like Piers [Morgan], I'm addicted to Twitter. But we can all get lost down the rabbit hole of social media , so I restrict myself.

SUSANNA Reid has admitted that she sometimes has to delete social media from her phone over trolls. Susanna admitted that she needed to delete the apps after receiving nasty messages.

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Susanna Reid has deleted social media apps from her phone because of the abuse she's received.

The 'Good Morning Britain' host has revealed she sometimes removes apps like Twitter from her handset for a few hours due to the vile criticism she's been subjected to.

Susanna shared: "If I get something nasty on social media I just delete it for a couple of hours and go back later."

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The popular TV host made the confession in response to news that Labour MP Diane Abbott received almost half of all recorded abuse on social media directed at politicians prior to the last UK General Election.

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The Good Morning Britain presenter said she restricts her use of social media at home to stop being “drawn to it all the time”. I have to delete the app off my phone when I come home, otherwise I’m just drawn to it all the time.” Susanna Reid (Ian West/PA).

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Meanwhile, Susanna's outspoken co-host Piers Morgan claimed the presenter was in a "bad mood" earlier this week because her beloved soccer team, Crystal Palace, has endured a miserable start to the new season.

Piers said: "I know why you're in a bad mood by the way.

"You're in a bad mood because Crystal Palace had the worst start to the Premier League of any football league in history and she's really cheesed off about it.

"You've been simmering like a little volcano all morning."

But Susanna was quick to rubbish her co-host's comments, insisting she was in a perfectly good mood.

The brunette beauty explained: "I'm not in a bad mood, I'm in a very good mood."

Piers, typically, didn't agree with the 'Good Morning Britain' star, telling her: "You are, you filthy little..."

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