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Imagine if your love life was ruined by your own dad throwing his weight about on social media.
That's exactly what Piers Morgan has just manged and his son, Spencer, isn't overjoyed about the whole thing.
Just in case you missed it, Piers is rowing with Ariana Grande on Twitter after he accused Little Mix of 'using their nudity' to sell their latest album.
Grande's mum Joan actually got involved first, taking to Twitter to ask Piers a fairly blunt question, while referencing his additional comments that US chat show host Ellen DeGeneres was a 'hypocrite' when she tweeted appreciation on International Men's Day.
Ellen is an incredible & kind human being.. I use my talent AND my sexuality all the time because i choose to. women can be sexual AND talented. naked and dignified. it's OUR choice. & we will keep fighting til people understand. i say this w all due respect but thank u, next. https://t.co/wSknRSlJN8
- Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 21, 2018
Now, for 25-year-old Spencer Morgan things have gone into downward spiral as he believes his chances with Ariana are now ruined.
Ouch. Sad times for Spencer.
Ahh ffs there go my chances https://t.co/oFSfHmUos7
- Spencer Morgan (@spencermorgan93) November 21, 2018
Spencer's followers had a good laugh at his expense with one saying: "Dont worry Spence you had no chance anyway."
Another added: "Don't think she fancies having Piers as a father-in-law. I think most of the world feel sorry for you just having his surname..."
This entire thing kicked off after Little Mix released a video for their new single 'Strip' which sees them stripped naked (kinda self explanatory), with insults they have received over the years daubed on their skin.
Taking to Twitter, the girls said that the video is trying to 'empower women to be who they are', gathering a plethora of inspirational women to join in with them.
It prompted Piers' fault-finding after turning on chat show host, Ellen DeGeneres, when she tweeted in appreciation about Idris Elba, Chris Hemsworth and Ryan Gosling on International Men's Day.
Ellen drooling today over famous men's bodies on #InternationalMensDay2018.
Yet I've been abused all day for complimenting @hollywills on her legs.
The hypocrisy of modern feminism laid bare..
My column: https://t.co/51EV8fbBvV https://t.co/myUb83jV9C
- Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) November 19, 2018
We suppose while he's attempting to piss everyone else off he might as well get his son on board as well...