Piers Morgan is the last to receive Ariana Grande's now famous line, "Gracias, siguiente".
After the open columnist criticized Ellen DeGeneres and Little Mix on Twitter this week, the singer intervened on Wednesday to show her support for the women.
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It all started when Morgan, 53, wrote in response to the assembly of DeGeneres International Men's Day on Twitter on Monday, "Ellen is drooling today for the bodies of famous men at # InternationalMensDay2018. day for congratulating @hollywills for her legs. "The hypocrisy of modern feminism uncovered."
The next day, Morgan went on to attack Little Mix for posing naked in a recent photo shoot to promote her new song, "Strip." He also accused them of having stolen the idea of the photo shoot, which presents them with words like "ugly". "And" fat ", from Dixie Chicks since the group made a similar session for Entertainment Weekly in 2003.
Grande's mother, Joan, then shot Morgan for his comments, and wrote on Twitter on Wednesday: "Honestly, what about you @piersmorgan? Did not your mother ever teach you? If you have nothing to say, do not do it. Say! You came yesterday to @TheEllenShow, which was embarrassing, she's an angel. @ LittleMix today, did you ever listen to pay tribute? And … well, it does not matter.
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Morgan replied again: "Hi Joan, my mother taught me to say what I think and not to be afraid to express an honest opinion".
"Ellen is a hypocrite, and as for Little Mix, I would prefer that they use their talent to sell records instead of their nudity," he continued. "As your own daughter does …!"
After being personally mentioned, Grande, 25, responded in response: "Ellen is an amazing and kind person, I use my talent and my sexuality all the time because I choose it, women can be sexual and talented, nude and dignified. it's our choice. 🖤 and we'll keep fighting until people understand, I say this with due respect, but thanks, next.
Morgan responded again by saying "how beautiful" it was to listen to both Grande and his mother.
"Of course, women can do whatever they want, but if they use nudity to sell records to young, impressionable fans, I will continue to call them to you," he continued. "All due respect, but thanks, next …"
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In a series of tweets, Grande continued to show love for DeGeneres and Little Mix.
"Also @piersmorgan, I look forward to the day when you realize that there are other ways to make yourself relevant than to criticize young, beautiful and successful women for all they do," Grande wrote in another biting Tweet. "I think it will be something beautiful for you and your career or what's left of it."
The singer of "Breathin" also called Morgan for being a hypocrite for commenting on the decision of Little Mix to make a photographic nude, considering that he shared a photo of himself nude a few days before to promote a column on his blog.
"When you do it, it's fine, right?" Big said.
"Is that your screensaver?" Morgan wrote, to which Big slapped him back, "no, and neither are your girls, I promise."
Grande concluded his argument reiterating once again in a cheep, "Thanks to you, in the next".
After the exchange, Little Mix Thankful Big to defend them.
"What we do with our bodies is our choice and we feel liberated by owning the negative words that were thrown at us as women," the group wrote on its Twitter page. "We will never stop talking / writing music about issues that affect so many women around the world, we have a voice to use it! We love you Ari 🖤 the girls x"