Ariana Grande is saying "thanks, next" to Morgan springs.
The singer went on Twitter on Wednesday to shoot the journalist after seeing his critical comments on Small mix Y Ellen Degeneres. It all started on Monday when Morgan criticized the assembly of famous men from DeGeneres, in celebration of International Men's Day.
"Ellen today drooled over the bodies of famous men at # InternationalMensDay2018, however, I have been abused all day for congratulating @hollywills on their legs", Morgan tweeted. "The hypocrisy of modern feminism uncovered …"
The next day, Morgan went back to Twitter to criticize Little Mix for a recent promotional photo for his next album. The photo shows the group stripped with critical words written on them as "weak" and "horny."
After seeing the photo, Morgan tried to say that Little Mix "stole" the idea of Dixie Chicks, who had previously made a similar filming for Entertainment Weekly in 2003.
"Hi, @ LittleMix, when are you going to admit that you stole this idea from @dixiechicks?" Morgan tweeted the group.
It was then that Ariana Grande's mother, Joan Grande, intervened to defend Little Mix.
"Honestly, what's the matter with @piersmorgan?" Joan asked. "If your mother never taught you, if you do not have anything good to say, do not say it! You came to @TheEllenShow yesterday, which was embarrassing, she's an angel. @ LittleMix today, did you ever listen to pay tribute? And … well, it does not matter. "
"Hi Joan, my mother taught me to say what I think and I will never be afraid to express an honest opinion," answered Morgan. "Ellen is a hypocrite, and as for Little Mix, I'd prefer that they use their talent to sell records instead of their nudity – like their own daughter …!"
After that tweet, Grande wrote to Morgan: "Ellen is an amazing and kind human being … I use my talent And my sexuality all the time because I choose Women can be sexual And talented, naked and worthy It's OUR choice. "We will continue fighting until people understand. I say this with due respect, but thank you, "
"Hello, Ariana, it's good to hear from you so soon after your mother," answered Morgan. "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 do so." Respect, but thanks to you, "Next …"
"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 everything they do," Grande wrote. "I think it will be something beautiful for you and for your career or for what is left."
Then, Grande discovered Morgan's tweet earlier this week for International Men's Day, which included a small photo of him, in the promotion of his column.
"When you do it, it's fine, right?" Big tweeted.
"Is that your screen saver?" Morgan replied, to which Grande assured him no. "No, and neither are girls, I can promise you that."