Piers Morgan is back at it again with the scathing rants. But this time, he kicked things up a notch and no one was impressed...
Piers Morgan has made the headlines, yet again.
via: GettyThe TV host went on yet another rant about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, but this time, he ended it with a dramatic stunt that made a lot of people feel uncomfortable. And the photograph he uploaded after the show really added fuel to the fire.
He just can't seem to help himself...
Whether it be ranting about the royals, or mocking an entire nation...
via: Getty ImagesIt seems as though Morgan always finds one thing or another to latch on to so that he can spread some "well-informed" trash to audiences around the world.
However, for a short amount of time, he actually became an English hero.
via: Getty ImagesYes, you read that right. The daytime TV host gave up his crown of terror and swapped it out for a cape instead.
While the virus continues to infect our world, Morgan has taken it upon himself to call out injustice when he sees it.
The UK has tested 134,946 people in total for Coronavirus. Meanwhile, @Ocado just bought 100,000 private tests for… https://t.co/KZHILvDlBJ— Piers Morgan (@Piers Morgan)1585584525.0
...Even if that does mean just calling them out for his millions of followers to see.
Rather than attack the police for taking action to enforce life-saving social distancing, can we focus instead on a… https://t.co/022fSXkCSB— Piers Morgan (@Piers Morgan)1585587139.0
And we can't forget about his coveted list, can we?
via: Getty ImagesHe published a list in which he named the top twenty nominees for the unofficial title of the "Cov-Idiot." And it's actually hilarious to see how many famous faces it includes, but all of them are on there for very specific reasons.
And weirdly enough... we all found ourselves agreeing with Morgan.
via: Getty ImagesEven when he started ranting about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, we kind of agreed with him? However, he might have taken it too far during a recent segment on Good Morning Britain...
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex found themselves at the receiving end of some more abuse...
via: Getty ImagesWith the way Morgan rants about this pair, you would think he's totally obsessed with them - which he very much might be.
Meghan and Harry have been involved in many scandals ever since they announced they were retiring their royal titles.
All the way to how they sent their "love" to front line workers...
He had no shame in calling them out.
via: Getty ImagesHe wrote: "As British royals like the Queen and Prince William have risen to the crisis and been comforting faces and voices for people less fortunate, Meghan and Harry flew in a private jet to Hollywood to look round potential $20 million Malibu homes, whilst posting their best wishes to UK health workers ‘from across the pond.’"
"I don’t want to hear another word from this staggeringly entitled duo for the duration of this crisis."
After the announcement of their new business ventures, it seems as if they attracted a lot of backlash...
via: GettyIt all started when they announced the creation of their new production company, Archewell Audio, in which they will be conducting interviews with "amazing people."
This is so they can "bring different perspectives" to the world.
via: GettyBut while the intentions behind the idea are pure, a lot of people, including Piers Morgan, have accused them of committing another publicity stunt for their so-called "brand."
In a segment of Good Morning Britain the host laid into them...
via: GettyAfter showing a preview of their new trailer, he grabbed a bucket and pretended to dry-heave into it later saying that the idea of the podcast was "utterly vomit-making."
Even though his co-host Susanna Reid slightly agreed with him, others made their opinions clear...
And after the segment had aired, he decided he was going to go to Twitter to cause some more damage...
Really enjoying the new Meghan & Harry podcast. https://t.co/ImnT2EeiS6— Piers Morgan (@Piers Morgan)1608104888.0
Despite his opinion, a lot of people are actually looking forward to the podcast...
via: GettyIn a statement released by the Duke and Duchess, they said this: "What we love about podcasting is that it reminds us all to take a moment and to really listen, to connect to one another without distraction."
They also added this:
via: Getty"With the challenges of 2020, there has never been a more important time to do so, because when we hear each other, and hear each other's stories, we are reminded of how interconnected we all are."
You can check out the podcast trailer below.
"I mean..." 😏 https://t.co/jJfcUflwEC— Sussex Invictus Coverage 💛🖤 (@Sussex Invictus Coverage 💛🖤)1608211959.0