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Celebrity Threesome Injunction Inspires Piers Morgan, Susanna Reid Joke

The 'GMB' host insists he did not have a ménage à trois with his co-stars.

13/04/2016 15:40 | Updated 14 April 2016

For everyone who has been trying to guess who the parties involved are in the celebrity threesome injunction, you can now cross some names off your list

Piers Morgan has insisted that the names in the trio involved, do not belong to him, nor fellow 'Good Morning Britain' co-stars Susanna Reid and Richard Arnold. 

The presenter jokingly referenced the court ruling, which protects the identity of a married celebrity parent who allegedly had a threesome with another couple, as he shared a picture with his colleagues on Twitter, following Wednesday's (13 April) show. 

Despite the fact we don't think for a moment that anyone considered them likely candidates, Piers wrote: "No, we're not the 3-some in celeb injunction story. Much as@RichardAArnold would like us to be. cc @susannareid100."

It is not the first time that the topic of the gagging order has been discussed by the stars of daytime TV, however. 

Earlier this week, Holly Willoughby had a heated exchange with a journalist on 'This Morning', as she defended the star's right to protect his children's privacy

Meanwhile, the editor of a political blog has been threatened with jail after revealing who the mystery couple are.

It came after a MP apparently threatened to override the injunction by naming them in Parliament.

The couple have also been named by the press in the US and Scotland, where the injunction has no force, making their identity an open secret.

This has infuriated the English press, who are so bound by the injunction they cannot even name the papers that have given their names.

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