Susanna Reid stuns GMB viewers as she acts out orgasm scene from When Harry Met Sally

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Susanna Reid stuns GMB viewers as she acts out orgasm scene from When Harry Met Sally

Susanna Reid, 49, left viewers stunned when she acted out the orgasm scene from When Harry Met Sally, to share her excitement over news that a coronavirus vaccine may have been developed. The presenter did an impression of Meg Ryan’s character Sally Albright faking an orgasm in a cafe when co-host Piers Morgan, 55, read out a newspaper headline which read, ”Yes! Yes! YES!”

Susanna then got involved in portraying the headline by banging her fists on the table and screaming the same line.

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Piers appeared flustered as he responded to his co-presenter’s racy display.

He said: “Oh Blimey! Are you alright Susanna?”

She then giggled and explained she was “very excited” about the idea of a breakthrough in getting a vaccine for COVID-19.

READ MORE… Piers Morgan: GMB host admits being stranded naked in hotel corridor

It took just ten months for the Pfizer vaccine to be developed, whereas a traditional jab would take between 10 to 15 years to develop.

Drug regulators are currently waiting for safety data, which is set to be out later this month, before they can grant emergency approval for widespread use.

Although many are celebrating the exciting development, GMB’s Dr Hilary Jones , 67, said “supply is going to be a real problem”.

He explained on today’s show: “It’s not going to eradicate this virus from the face of the earth and I’ll tell you why.

“Supply is going to be a real problem, it has to be stored at minus 70 to minus 80 degrees which creates problems in its own right, therefore it has to be used within five days of being delivered.

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“Also we need billions of doses because we need it twice to cover the whole world, and we don’t know if it stops transmission of the virus.”

Piers also shared his thoughts on the news yesterday in view of his 7.6 million Twitter followers.

He wrote: “News of a potential vaccine with 90% efficacy is incredibly exciting. But it makes it even more important for us all to obey the lockdown rules in the meantime.

“Let’s stop as many people dying as possible before the Pfizer cavalry comes.”

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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