Piers Morgan brands Lily Allen a ‘deluded clown’ in furious Manchester bombing online spat


He bound out at the singer after he was likened to columnist Katie Hopkins and warned her nuts not to pay any attention to him. 

Taking to the social media site early this morning, Lily tweeted: “Wish ignore Piers, Hopkins, they thrive on hate. Profit fair and square. Don’t engage. #moreincommon.”

The Good Morning Britain host was quick to rejoin to her tweet as he warned her to keep quiet and branded her “attention-seeking”. 

He told his 5.79 million servants: “Pipe down @lilyallen, you ridiculous virtue-signalling, PC-crazed, attention-seeking, hate-stirring, deluded jester.”

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Piers quirted out at Lily Allen on social media branding her a ‘deluded clown’

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Lily warned her followers on Twitter not to listen to Piers’ comments

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She told her followers to ignore his comments following the Manchester Arena shell

Lily’s fans were quick to jump to her defence, with one quipping vanquish: “Attention-seeking?? Coming from you???”

Another added: “You’re a bully disguised as a man of the woman, had of those words are garbage and you have a lot of nerve to talk.”(sic)

The spat get well after TWITTER/PIERS MORGAN

Piers branded Lily ‘attention-seeking’ and ratted her to ‘pipe down’

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Piers clashed with Welsh star Charlotte Church greater than the Manchester attack

“I can’t deal with your level of absurd, virtue-signalling unconsciousness today, sorry,” the 52-year-old journalist replied after retweeting her say discuss. 

The Welsh star received a backlash for her remark but she defended her tweet, clarifying: “I wasn’t trying to score points, Piers has a surprising amount of power closed what people hear/think. I was trying to show how unfair and nuts his comments were. All of us want to find a way for these attacks to stop.

“Not a day for reasoning. Sending comfort to everyone who’s hurting today.”

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