'Rock bottom!' Piers Morgan reignites feud with Madonna as he mocks her racy nude photos
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Former Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan has taken to Twitter to slam Madonna's racy nude snaps as "rock bottom". Last night, the Papa Don't Preach hitmaker, 63, shared a series of eyebrow-raising pictures on Instagram in which she shockingly flashed her nipple as she posed on a large, white bed.
In view of his 7.9 million followers, the former newsreader, 56, didn't hold back while addressing Madonna's revealing pictures. Sharing a picture of the star's fishnet-clad derriere and legs peeking out suggestively from underneath a bed, Piers made his thoughts on the shot perfectly clear. "Rock bottom," he captioned the snap, while tagging the singer alongside a see no-evil monkey emoji. Many of the ITV star's social media followers expressed their agreement in the comments of Piers' post. READ MORE: Bake Off's Crystelle on 'elephant in the room' after making history
The legendary pop star looked incredible as she wore a racy outfit that featured a leather garter dress, fishnet stockings, and a hat, sending Twitter into a frenzy. Opening the show, Madonna showcased her amazing physique in a high-cut bodysuit. Last year, the former Life Stories host branded the superstar "increasingly desperate" after she shared a topless snap on social media. In response to the stunning snap, Piers fumed: “Good grief... has any celebrity had a more tone-deaf & increasingly desperate coronavirus lockdown than Madonna?” Meghan Markle 'difficult' to defend after Ellen chat, Peter Andre says [INSIGHT]
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The ITV star's latest comments came two days after the singer came under fire for revealing that her team have been working for "free" in an Instagram post. In view of her 16.9 million followers, Madonna shared a series of snaps with photographer and filmmaker Steven Klein. She wrote: "Proud of my collaboration with @stevenkleinstudio For @vmagazine and knowing that against all odds And with very little support from non artistic people who kept pushing back and the fact that we did it with almost zero budget we were still able to make ART! "Art is not dead if you have the strength to fight for what you believe in!!