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Piers Morgan wants do Life Stories series about non-celebrities

Featuring the stories of real-life heroes

TV’s Piers Morgan has revealed he wants to do a series of his show Life Stories that features non-celebrities.

The Good Morning Britain host, 55, admitted he would like to make a version of the programme that focuses on individuals who haven’t found fame – but have nevertheless lived inspiring lives.

On Twitter, Piers posted about an interview from today’s (Tuesday, April 21) episode of GMB that centred on a carer and her incredible gesture for an elderly man.

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Piers tweeted, “Love them” and one of his followers called on him to do a non-celebrity version of Life Stories.

Incredible stories from an incredible generation

They wrote: “I’d love you to do Piers Morgan’s Life Stories with non-celebrities. People who have no media training, no publicist, no PR working for them.

“Just real, raw, incredible stories from a generation that won’t always be with us. Their stories are important, I want to hear from them.”

Piers Morgan's Life Stories
Piers Morgan wants to do a non-celebrity version of Life Stories (Credit: ITV)

Piers appeared to like the idea, as he tweeted back with a thumbs-up emoji: “Yes, I completely agree.”

Many of Piers’ followers were on board with the idea.

Real laughter, real tears

One said: “Yes, I agree, there would be real laughter, real tears and I think a lot of love. Piers Morgan for the job.”

Captain Tom Moore
Stories like the life of Tom Moore (pictured) could feature on the programme (Credit: BBC)

Another wrote: “I was thinking the same, real lives about real people, who have made massive contributions to our world without seeking fame or wealth.”

Someone else told him: “Piers, going to hold you to that. A series about REAL HEROES with true-life, incredible stories to tell. That’s what TV should be about.

Something other than ‘rich celebs’

“Fed up of rich celebs travelling the world. Pay NHS workers to go globetrotting instead.”

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Piers Morgan’s Life Stories explores the lives of the rich and famous and offers an intimate – and often, emotional – look at the events that have shaped who they are today.

Past guests on the show have included Spice Girl Mel B, legendary singer-songwriter Elton John, mogul Sir Richard Branson, BGT boss Simon Cowell and athlete Sir Mo Farah.

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