Piers Morgan responds to death hoax as he detonates ‘*** heads’ for telling celebrities

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Piers Morgan responded to a sick death hoax with a firestorm on Twitter on Friday.The presenter, 55, reassured his fans that he is as healthy as ever with a scathing tweet directed at pranksters spreading malicious gossip.

The Good Morning Britain star launched a crass tirade about “shitty little heads” by reaching out to her famous friends for a fake obituary.

Piers claimed the pranksters planned to secure a tape contribution for the fake obituary of his famous friends.

Of course, he was absolutely in turmoil.



Piers Morgan responds to death hoax as he detonates ‘*** heads’ for telling celebrities

He wrote: “To the pranksters who are currently contacting all of my famous friends asking them to save a post to my obituary for ITN… maybe stop being boring little shit heads?” ”

Piers is back in the UK after his sunny vacation in the south of France.

The father narrowly escaped the new quarantine rules that came into effect after returning to his home country.



The presenter, 55, reassured his fans that he is as healthy as ever with a scathing tweet directed at pranksters spreading malicious gossip.

He’s already busy enjoying a few pints in the pub.

But Piers also revealed that he took an online speed awareness course on Zoom.

This meant he avoided a fine and points on his license after being pulled over for speeding.



Piers will return to work on Good Morning Britain on September 1

Piers will return to work on Good Morning Britain on September 1.

The star will have spent six weeks of vacation over the summer.

He will be joined by his co-star Susanna Reid when he returns.

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