Piers Morgan mocks ‘titch’ Ant McPartlin as he slams his ‘national treasure’ status after I’m A Celeb ‘snowflake’ row

PIERS Morgan branded Ant McPartlin a “titch” and slammed Ant and Dec’s national treasure status on Good Morning Britain today after the I’m A Celeb presenters called him a “snowflake”.

The row rumbled on after the cheeky Geordie pair made a dig about Piers on I’m A Celeb on Sunday night.

Piers Morgan mocks ‘titch’ Ant and his ‘national treasure’ status after I’m A Celeb row
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Then on Monday, the trio got in a Twitter spat after Piers said he had more fans than the duo.

Speaking about Ant and Dec’s comeback and their national treasure status, Piers carried on his rant and said on Tuesday: “What is that based on, popularity? I currently have on Twitter one of the biggest followings in the world.

“Ant and Dec between them, because they are the only non separated, non siamese twins… I am twice as popular as each of them.

“Why are they national treasures and I am not?”

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Ant and Dec started a row with Piers Morgan on the first night of I’m A Celeb[/caption]

Piers then added with a smirk about 5ft 6inch Ant: “That titch.”

However, Piers admitted he has been loving Ant and Dec’s comeback on I’m A Celebrity after Ant took a year off to recover from drink and drug addiction.

Good Morning Britain has kept up to date on fellow presenter Kate Garraway’s progress, after she took part in her first Bushtucker trial on Monday.

The presenter let slip creepy crawlies were trying to “get up her nu-nu” during the first Bushtucker Trial of the series with Caitlyn Jenner.

 

The campmates were strapped on their backs in perspex cages 20 metres in the air which were filled with 25 rats and 50,000 critters each.

Piers said: “I have to say I watched about an hour of it, it is hilarious.”

Reacting to seeing her squirm, he added: “I’m not sure after the watershed I can handle cockroaches encroaching on Kate’s private parts.”

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