Piers Morgan calls Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield ‘snivelling b*******’ as This Morning beats Good Morning Britain at the TV Choice Awards

Piers Morgan calls Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield ‘snivelling b*******’ as This Morning beats Good Morning Britain at the TV Choice Awards

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PIERS Morgan called This Morning stars Holly Willoughby and Piers Morgan “snivelling b*******” as the show beat Good Morning Britain to another TV Choice Award.

Taking to to the podium to present Lorraine Kelly with an outstanding contribution award, he turned to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield and jokingly launched into a four-letter rant at them.

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Piers jokingly hit out at his ITV co-stars for beating him to another gong[/caption]

He said: “I hate you, you snivelling b******!

“F*** you and f*** your rules. We’re all part of one big happy family. Are we f***.”

The audience burst out laughing at Piers’ joke, while Lorraine laughed as she went up to accept her award.

At the podium she thanked people for the honour before taking aim at social media trolling.

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Holly and Phil laughed at Piers’ joke as they took home yet another award for This Morning[/caption]

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The This Morning team celebrated another win at the bash in London tonight[/caption]

She said: “They have to deal with some really vile things on the internet.

“That cannot continue. Don’t look at the comments, don’t take those comments to heart. “They’re horrible, nasty ants with megaphones.”

Earlier This Morning was crowned best daytime TV show, beating Piers’ Good Morning Britain.

Host Phillip Schofield said: “We’re incredibly proud of our team, incredibly proud of our show. We’re so proud to be part of our family.”


He then turned to his co-presenter of ten years Holly, and told her: “I love you.”

She told him the same before leaving the stage.


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