Martin Lewis is leaving Good Morning Britain after 17 years of being unable to cope with the busy schedule as he prepares to start his new weekly live show in September
- Martin Lewis, 48, resigns from Good Morning Britain after 17 years
- Granted, he can't handle the busy schedule as he prepares to start a new show
- It turned out that he does not leave completely, but his main slot, every week
Martin Lewis has announced that he will be stepping down from Good Morning Britain after 17 years because he can't handle the busy schedule as he prepares to start his new show.
The 48-year-old money expert, who appeared on the ITV show today, announced to hosts Adil Ray and Charlotte Hawkins that he will not be returning for his weekly segment.
He went on to explain that after starting his new weekly live show in September, he would have trouble coping with the demands and busy schedule of the money-saving segment on the show.
At the end of today's tips of the week, Martin said: “My time is running out, this is actually my last deal of the week. "Because of my new show, which appears every week in September, I won't do it anymore."
48-year-old Martin Lewis has announced that he will be retiring from Good Morning Britain after 17 years because he cannot cope with the busy schedule when his new show starts
& # 39; I hope I can still perform at Good Morning Britain. It was a wonderful 15 years on ITV day.
"I'm going to take a little break for the summer, so I just want to thank everyone for watching."
He continued: "I will see you in September, I am not going properly, but this is my main slot, every week, because I cannot finish doing it all at once."
Moderator Charlotte replied: "Thank you Martin, because I know that you have made a big difference for many people who are looking for your tips.
In response to the message, presenter Charlotte (picture, middle) said: “Thank you, Martin, because I know that you have made a big difference for many people who are looking for your tips. Left picture, moderator Adil Ray
The money-saving expert (picture) mentioned that he would like to be invited back to the ITV show in the future
After the bomb was announced, Martin went to Twitter to inform his followers of the news (image)
"So thank you very much and enjoy your break in this case."
Martin increased after the bomb was announced Twitter and wrote: & # 39; After 17 years at the ITV breakfast, this was my last deal of the week.
& # 39; Since @itvMLshow goes live every Thursday evening from Thursday for at least 6 months, I have to concentrate on it (I will also do some deals there).
"Thank you for watching these years and a big thank you to @GMB & the gr8 team for everything."
Martin started to wonder how many years it has been since he started and added: "Ok, now I'm going to discuss with myself whether I started in 2003 or 2005. Either way it's been a long time."
And when one person suggested that Martin could record the segments in advance, the expert replied: & # 39;It is not filming that is work, it is content. The five minutes on the screen require hours of background research. And I do that for my evening show. & # 39;
Fans of the money-saving expert quickly went to the comment section to praise Martin for his 17 years on the show (image)
Many fans of the expert quickly flooded the comment section with praise – and congratulated him on his 17-year success.
“You should be knighted, Martin, we would be lost without your brilliant advice. I'm looking forward to your weekly shows in September, one wrote while another agreed:
"You were a miracle! I am waiting for you together with Dr. Hilary to be knighted. What a really honest and caring guy you are. Dealing with debt and money saves lives. & # 39;
A third added: “You are the nation's favorite and have helped so many. I wish you much success with the show and I am sure that many more shows will follow. Thanks Martin. & # 39;
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