There’s nothing stopping Pierce Morgan – like countless millions of viewers Twitter Liabilities will be known.
So amid talk of a sexy comeback on Britain’s Got Talent, the outspoken star reveals that it’s hinged on two conditions.
One – the current judge David Williams He gets the shoe. And two – Pierce wants to be the one who gives him the bag.
The latter might just be a tongue but the former was definitely not.
Pierce and David have been at war for a year.
In an exclusive interview with the Sunday Mirror, Pierce recounts how ITV bosses approached him after BGT outmaneuvered Simon Cowell His back was broken in an accident.
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David reportedly threatened to quit if Pierce – a judge when she fired BGT in 2007 – returned to the show. Pearce said, “I have conversations with the BGT every now and then, especially after Simon was injured.
“But I just couldn’t work with Walliams. I think it was a disingenuous business and left.
“He is one of those people who would say one thing to your face and then stick it behind your back.
“If he’s sitting there, I’m not going to care. But if he’s not sitting there, who knows?”
With a heavy dose of Pierce Morgan’s hoax, he recounts how he would drive the red bell to his former judge.
He says, “I would go back to the BGT if the money was right and if they guarantee the Walliams being fired. I might make it a contractual clause that I would be the one to tell him he’s fired.”
“If I were him, I would have committed to writing his children’s books.”
The controversy began after Pearce revealed a series of “bad” tweets that David liked in October 2019.
The feud with Pierce escalated saying, “It’s fun that davidwalliams regularly” liked “the most tweets about me, and yet such messes on my face. It’s not my fault that BGT ratings were higher when I was in your seat Dave!”
He then exchanged blows with Bake Off host Matt Lucas, who jumped in to defend his friend on Little Britain.
Pearce noted that the BGT ratings were twice the current figure of 10 million when he was a judge.
On David, he wrote: “Hey Matt, I don’t think it’s” polite “to be friendly in person but is poisonous behind their backs. He’s a coward.”
David then liked a tweet saying that Pierce’s transformation into lovers of Trump, Farage and Johnson, kissing the populists was sad.
David’s deal with BGT ends in 2021 – and so does Piers at Good Morning Britain, which he hosts with Susanna Reid.
The dates indicate that the offer can be renewed.
Pearce, 55, is known for his outspoken speech, sour tongue and a series of entertainment squabbles.
Much was revealed in his new book, Wake Up, as he dissected the banner of “waking up” and called for a return to less hysterical methods of communication – which is ironic, given the way he often yells at GMB guests.
But this year he turned from a Bantu villain to a hero by appealing to the government and telling his old friend Trump to “close Hell” due to the Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter protests.
Today Pearce revealed that he spoke to Donald this week – proving that Trump forgave him.
Pierce tweeted: “I just had a 25-minute conversation on the phone with realDonaldTrump President of the White House. His last words?
Trump then retweeted a picture of Pierce’s new book, captioning it: “Rookie hero. Check out his very interesting new book!”
In the book, Pearce criticizes what he calls selfish hypocritical stars.
And in our conversation, TV presenter Kirsty Allsope – who visited her second home during the lockdown – got a missile, as did singer Madonna: “It’s always about her.”
Pierce puts the shoes on David and Victoria Beckham for employee leave during the pandemic.
But he backed down from the constant bombing of Meghan and Harry after he asked one of his sons why he’d talked about them so much if he didn’t like them. “Fair point,” says Pierce.
But when asked if he would see any of the Netflix Action, he joked: “I look forward to all of their documentaries which have woken up excitedly looking forward to having root canal surgery at the dentist.”
Politicians do not go down lightly. Swipes on the sidewalks: “This is one of the most inept and useless groups of raving goons to lead a country ever.”
Internally, he says he learns a lot from his children – Spencer, 27, Stanley, 23, Albert, 19, and Elise, eight – “because they give you a different perspective.”
He says the author’s wife, Celia Walden, turned out to be an excellent cook during the lockdown with “wonderful gifts”.
As for his skills, he says, “I cooked one meal – Spaghetti Morgan – Ease. It comes once a year.”
- Wake up, by Piers Morgan, now outside. Posted by Harper Collins.