The television judge, whose first name is Robert, said he was tired of seeing the rich and famous groan at not being able to leave their massive homes and vast grounds.
The 41-year-old man is alone at home during the coronavirus lockout and says he has not seen another human being in about a month.
Speaking this morning on Chris Moyles on Radio X, Robert targeted the star of Wonder Woman Gal for his cover of Imagine by John Lennon.
Gal led a unique piece of the classic track with a host of other celebrities, including Sarah Silverman, Jimmy Fallon and Will Ferrell.
Robert was not impressed.
He said to Chris, “I don’t have time to whine about celebrities or the privileged.
“When this Imagine video came out, it represented everything that is wrong in the world, they said ‘imagine that there is no paradise’ when loved ones die from this virus and ‘imagine that ‘there are no possessions’ inside the walls of your house. “
Aiming at Gal, he said, “I don’t know where she lives, but if I had her address, I would mail her a turd. “
He added, “Either entertain people with your talent or put your hands quietly in your pockets and donate money.
“I don’t want to see the inside of your mansion. “
Justice Rinder, who recovered from a coronavirus but also lost his grandfather, took care of legal work in the morning, helping people who need help with their employer and other problems.
And in the afternoon, he disguised himself as Ann of Cleves to give history lessons on the Tudors and Stuarts to the children of his friends via Zoom.
Robert composes songs on historical figures to bring them to life for his students.
Shamelessly flirting with host Chris, he composed a naughty song on the radio presenter, with Chris acting like he was horrified.
Robert wasn’t the only person who launched an attack on celebrities for moaning about life in their homes.
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Ellen DeGeneres has been targeted for comparing her isolation to prison and Sam Smith has been criticized for posting a photo of her crying when she admitted to having fought alone.
Ricky Gervais and Piers Morgan are among those who blamed celebrities for saying that they find it difficult to isolate themselves.