MARTIN Lewis will finally be returning to Good Morning Britain to tackle the cost of living crisis on Wednesday 14 September.
The Money Saving Expert took to Twitter to confirm he will return to the ITV show alongside Susanna Reid.
He said: “Now agreed that “Martins Money Mondays” will be Wed on @gmb this week (I'll explain the energy price guarantee within the show) and again Wed next week.
“I think we’ll stick with “Martin’s Money Mondays on Wednesday” as “Martins Wallet Wednesday” doesn’t alliterate as well.”
The 50-year-old explained that it would be “more appropriate” to move his slot to later on in the week.
Martin added: “It’ll give more time to cover the latest cost of living issues as part of the programme.”
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Good Morning Britain will start at 6am and run until 9am, presented by Martin and Susanna.
Martin fronts the regular show section Money Monday but failed to appear for his regular slot on the show today.
Instead, Good Morning Britain showed coverage of the public discussing their memories of her late Majesty the Queen.
It comes after Martin was seen clashing with an energy tycoon over allegations of "ripping people off" with their energy bills.
He locked horns with Ovo Energy boss Stephen Fitzpatrick of making profits while people worry about their energy bills.
He asked Mr Fitzpatrick what he thought about people who say he is "a fat cat making the profits, ripping people off".
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Elsewhere on Good Morning Britain, Martin responded to Liz Truss' new energy support package and explained how his following can calculate your energy bills.
He responded to the news on Twitter and listed 15 summary points following the Prime Minster's statement.
Today, Good Morning Britain aired another special episode as the focus remained on the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
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