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Piers Morgan Reveals Graphic Text He Sent Holly Willoughby After Her NTA Win

Piers Morgan Reveals Graphic Text He Sent Holly Willoughby After Her NTA Win

Last night, This Morning (there's a weird turn of phrase) picked up the live magazine show award at the National Television Awards once again.

As presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby celebrated, the defeated host of Good Morning Britain Piers Morgan - who opted not to attend the awards at the O2 Arena in London - decided to send Willoughby a typically humble and magnanimous congratulatory message.

Piers spoke on Good Morning Britain about the graphic text he sent Holly. Credit: ITV
Piers spoke on Good Morning Britain about the graphic text he sent Holly. Credit: ITV

Revealing the message on his show this morning (Wednesday), Piers said: "I sent Holly a message actually, I said 'I hope you stocked up with enough lube to stick your NTA where the sun don't shine'."

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Nice breakfast time image for viewers there.

The remark was perhaps a reference to a segment on yesterday's This Morning in which 80-year-old pensioner Iris Jones confessed to using 'a whole tube of KY Jelly' during her first night of passion with her 35-year-old Egyptian lover, whom she met online.

Holly took the dig in her stride though, replying with a less lube-y dig of her own.

Piers said: "She said, 'that just made me laugh out loud' and did six laughing emojis, and then said 'if you were that funny on the telly you might win one'."

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Burn.

Piers also used the show to pick up where he left off last night, criticising the awards host David Walliams, who he described in a tweet as a 'massive d***head'.

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While Piers is know for sharing divisive opinions, it seems when it comes to Walliams' hosting of the NTAs, his views reflected those of the masses.

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One person said: "David Walliams is painful to watch, could only take thirty minutes then switched off."

David Walliams proved a divisive host at the NTAs. Credit: PA
David Walliams proved a divisive host at the NTAs. Credit: PA

Another said: "Over staged jokes badly delivered by @davidwalliams are making the #NTAs a rough ride."

A third added: "I don't know what's more painful, David Walliams presenting #NTAs or the fact it's still January?"

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Indeed, the general consensus seemed to be that Bradley Walsh's reaction to Ant & Dec's second win of the night was more entertaining than the show itself.

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Topics: TV and Film, Holly Willoughby, UK Entertainment, Piers Morgan

Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.