Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid are back on GMB - and Susanna's eyebrows have caused a bit of a stir...

Breakfast TV’s popular morning duo – aka Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid – are back after their summer break.

And their return has received a mixed reaction from viewers though.

Susanna’s eyebrows have been a major talking point, and someone even dared comment on Piers’s style.

It all started when Piers posted a picture of him and Susanna saying they were “thrilled to be back at work”…

One of the first responses referenced Susanna’s eyebrows:

An explanation followed:

A few Susanna fans were quick to jump to her eyebrow defence, but luckily the “eyebrow tweeter” has a good sense of humour:

Susanna – and her eyebrows – were shown a lot of love from GMB viewers:

Then there was the Frankenstein comment posted about Piers:

But some people, notably Dame Joan Collins, were very pleased the pair are back:

Bring on the early morning banter between Piers and Susanna again…

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