Good Morning Britain star Susanna Reid sparked concern from fans as she announced she would be presenting the show from the Polish-Ukrainian border tomorrow morning (Monday, April 25). The journalist will also be interviewing seven-year-old Amelia Anisovych whose rendition of Let It Go in a Kyiv bomb shelter went viral several weeks ago.
GMB bosses have confirmed Richard Madeley will be hosting from the ITV studio in London by himself. Susanna travelled to the region with a small production crew yesterday.
Susanna wrote on Twitter: “TOMORROW: I am @gmb in Poland with a special interview with Amelia & her mum Lilia. The 7-year-old who sang Let it Go in the Kyiv bomb shelter has became a symbol of her nation. And I’ll be reporting from the Polish-Ukrainian border live from 6am Monday #GMB.”
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Fans of the star rushed to wish her good luck and urgers her to be careful. @SeanWhalley8 said: “Good luck tomorrow morning Susanna Reid and please please stay safe as much as you can.”
@Andrew_Overend echoed: “Sending good vibes and Irish blessings for a safe time! Take care of yourself and I hope it goes well!”
@BobbyHu10800633 commented: “We all need some inspiration in our lives. Be careful.” And @georgesinghukkf added: “I’m Looking forward to watch the interview tomorrow morning Susanna. at GMB in Poland stay safe and keep well be careful lovely Susanna Reid.”