LONDON (AP) — It wasn't such a good morning for the "Good Morning Britain" television show.
ITV's morning show was knocked off the air Friday due to a small fire at its studio in central London.
London fire officials said 50 people were evacuated after a fire started on the first floor. There were no injuries reported.
Co-host Kate Garraway tweeted that there was no chance of getting back on the air Friday morning but that prospects of getting a bacon sandwich were "quite high."
The fire started in the building's mail room.