No, it's a parenting technique called "theybie terrible parents". https://t.co/xNk6mEmXDq
On a deeply strange but hilarious special edition of 'Good Morning Britain' on Thursday evening, Dyer provided the stand-out moment.
In an already classically bizarre piece of British television last night that involved Piers Morgan and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, it was Danny Dyer who ended up stealing the show on ‘Good Evening Britain’ with a four-letter Brexit tirade against former prime minister David Cameron.
The ‘EastEnders’ actor, always one to be forthright in his words, was one of the guests on ‘Good Evening Britain’, a special one-off World Cup edition of ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain’ that followed England’s final group game against Belgium on Thursday night (June 28th).
As well as people commenting on the football, there were a plethora of politicians, such as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and ex-shadow chancellor Ed Balls as well as former ‘Baywatch’ star Pamela Anderson (because why not?) and the discussion inevitably turned to Brexit. Asked for his thoughts on the struggling on-going negotiations, Dyer was typically outspoken.
'Good Morning Britain' becomes 'Good Evening Britain' for one day only with an hour-long special following England's World Cup game with Belgium.
If you thought a daily dose of Piers Morgan in the morning was bad enough, now you’re going to get it in stereo, with the announcement that ITV has green-lit a one-off special called ‘Good Evening Britain’ later this month.
A live, hour-long late-night edition of popular morning magazine show ‘Good Morning Britain’ is to be broadcast on June 28th at 9:15pm, immediately following England’s crucial World Cup tie with Belgium to capture the mood of the nation.
Revealing the news on Thursday’s edition of ‘Good Morning Britain’ (June 7th), the often controversial Morgan announced: “You know you think you've had enough of me in the mornings? Good news, Britain, you're going to get a load of me in the evenings because we are having our first ever ‘Good Evening Britain’.”
Continue reading: Piers Morgan And Susanna Reid To Host One-Off 'Good Evening Britain'
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is hoping to be "forgiven" by Hollywood, according to Piers Morgan.
Harvey Weinstein is one of the most reviled names right now in Hollywood, with the disgraced movie mogul being accused by a number of different people of sexual misconduct throughout the decades. Currently undergoing treatment for issues that haven't been disclosed in an Arizona clinic, not much has been heard about the producer.
Harvey Weinstein remains in an Arizona clinic
One of the most prolific accusers of Weinstein is actress Rose McGowan, who readily admits she doesn't think he'll be prosecuted for his alleged criminal activity. Weinstein has denied her claims and those of others who say he engaged in non-consensual sex with them.
Continue reading: Piers Morgan Says Harvey Weinstein Thinks He'll Be "Forgiven"
On 'Good Morning Britain', Morgan asked Kym Marsh if he could get a part on 'Corrie' playing her character's love interest.
Piers Morgan has remarked that he would be happy to quit his role on ‘Good Morning Britain’ for a part in ‘Coronation Street’.
During a live video link segment on Monday morning (March 12th) in which Kym Marsh, who plays Michelle Connor in ITV’s long-running soap opera, showed viewers around the show’s new set, Morgan asked her if she’d followed up on a previous conversation they’d had about him playing her character’s love interest on the show.
“Is there any movement on me getting that role of your love interest? My agent has heard nothing,” Morgan said.
Continue reading: Piers Morgan Reiterates Desire For 'Coronation Street' Role
A wide-ranging interview for 'Life Stories' with Piers Morgan covered the #MeToo movement and Harvey Weinstein.
Pamela Anderson has said that she doesn’t want men to “feel like they can't make the first move”, speaking out again about the consequences of the Hollywood sexual misconduct scandal.
The 50 year old former Playboy model and star of ‘Baywatch’ appeared on Piers Morgan’s chat show 'Life Stories', to speak about her career in an interview that’s being broadcast this Saturday (March 3rd). The topic of conversation turned to the MeToo and Time’s Up movements, and Anderson sounded a note of caution.
“Obviously, I am supportive of women and feel for women that have been made sexual advances on that they don't want, but I also feel for the men too,” she said.
He's hitting out at her use of underweight models.
Victoria Beckham has just been brutally shamed by Piers Morgan for her use of a shockingly skinny model in her latest eyewear campaign, and for the first time we actually agree with him. She might be a major player in the fashion industry, but this is a disappointingly outdated move.
Victoria Beckham seen leaving her store
Just when we start to feel like we're living in an age of body confidence and Sunday meal preps, something comes along to remind women that they'll only ever be considered beautiful if they're underweight. This time it's fashion designer Victoria Beckham with a campaign for spectacles featuring 29-year-old Lithuanian model Giedre Dukauskaite looking scarily slender.
Viewers criticised the moment when the singer was asked about her feelings on the news.
Mariah Carey was placed in a very awkward position during a video link interview with 'Good Morning Britain' this week, when she was spontaneously asked about her feelings on the Las Vegas shootings. Viewers have reacted with anger over what many have deemed inappropriate questioning.
Mariah Carey at the 2017 Kids' Choice Awards
The 47-year-old singer was supposed to be talking about her forthcoming tour in the interview, but given the breaking news of a gunman opening fire on a crowd at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Vegas - a city in which she regularly performs - she was asked instead her reaction to the shocking news.
How did he expect people to respond to that news?
When you happen to be one of the most contentious television personalities in the world, you tend to invoke spite at the times you wouldn't expect. Hence, when Piers Morgan revealed that he broke his ribs, he didn't exactly get a barrage of sympathy on social media.
Piers Morgan snapped outside ITV Studios
The 52-year-old 'Good Morning Britain' co-host was forced to undergo hospital treatment this week after a fall left him with a few broken bones. He seemed in good spirits despite the incident if his Twitter post is anything to go by, but not more so than some of his followers.
Continue reading: Piers Morgan Broke His Ribs But Followers Aren't Sympathetic
Morgan said that Ariana should have stayed in the U.K. to comfort the victims and visit kids in hospital, rather than fly straight back to America.
Piers Morgan’s mission to become the next Katie Hopkins is progressing smoothly, as the ‘Good Morning Britain’ presenter caused further outrage on social media by suggesting that Ariana Grande should have remained in the U.K. following the terror attack at her gig in Manchester.
The controversial journalist and television presenter made the comments on Thursday night (May 25th), re-tweeting a comment from Katy Perry who was praising the Queen of England for visiting injured children at a Manchester hospital a few days after the atrocity.
“Agreed. Might have been nice if Ariana Grande had stayed to do the same,” he said, suggesting that Grande’s decision to fly back to the States so soon after the incident was wrong.
Continue reading: Piers Morgan Slammed For Comments About Ariana Grande
The 'Shut Piers Up' campaign for Red Nose Day will see the outspoken presenter remain silent for 24 hours on social media if £50,000 is raised. Dig deep people.
In an ingenious scheme for charity that could probably solve the national debt crisis if applied to Britain’s finances, Piers Morgan has pledged to remain silent on social media for one whole day in order to raise money for Comic Relief.
The controversial ‘Good Morning Britain’ presenter and former newspaper editor, 51, will not post anything on Twitter or any other social media platform for 24 hours on Friday (March 24th) if donations reach £50,000 – and another rival celebrity was among the first to dig deep and donate toward the cause!
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