Piers Morgan may have just four months left on Good Morning Britain.
The GMB host confirmed some worrying news after Amanda Holden dropped a massive bombshell on today's show.
Piers had taunted his former Britain's Got Talent colleague by claiming Amanda and Heart Breakfast co-host Jamie Theakston had "faces for radio".
Amanda came back with her own savage job by revealing Piers does not have long left on his GMB contract.
Giggling Amanda hit back by asking Piers when his contract at GMB was up, claiming: "Well it's only a matter of time. When's your contract up? About four months Piers."
As a sly grin crept across his face, Piers acknowledged that "Miss Holden" had "good information".
"You're wrong to text me this kind of stuff," joked Amanda.
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This came after Piers had claimed Amanda and Jamie had "faces for radio".
He admitted that Amanda looks younger on BGT: The Champions than she did back when they were on the panel together.
Piers said: "You're the Benjamin Button of talent presenters. When we go back to the first series of BGT you look younger and hotter now than you did then."
Revealing her secrets, Amanda said: "It's all in the eyebrows Piers. And having a good team. You know that more than anyone."
It was another eventful morning for Piers, who had a hilarious clash with co-host Susanna.
The spat came during an interview with Nigel Farage over his 'non-aggression' election pact between the Conservatives and his Brexit party.
Piers boldly claimed he had not met anyone who had changed their mind on Brexit since the referendum in June 2016.
He said: "Remainers say everyone has changed their mind. People send me tweets from people claiming they have.
"I have not met anybody in my circle of friends, family or wider acquaintances who have changed their mind."
Susanna was annoyed by his claims and insisted that he definitely had met people who had changed their view.
Interrupting Piers, Susanna said: "Sorry we have had people sitting here at this desk who have changed their mind. Gavin Williamson and a number of members of the cabinet have changed their mind."
*Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 8.30am
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