Piers Morgan makes headlines day after day for his trolling tactics on some of Hollywood's most elite.
His recent spat with "Harry Potter" author and Twitter Queen J.K. Rowling reminded us of all the times he's taken to the twitter to go after the who's who.
1. Piers Morgan vs. J.K. Rowling
In a Monday Dailymail post, Morgan mentioned J.K Rowling in his list of "100 British Celebrities" who really matter at #97 saying,
"She would hate to be called a celebrity, and guards her private life intensely, so she doesn't play any part of the celebrity game. And that's why I've marked her quite far down my list. But by encouraging children to read, feel inspired and be creative, she has had a greater impact on the world than most of the other names on it."
Rowling recognized the sweet comments about her, and jokingly asked that the writer step-up so she could personally thank him/her.
I mean, Morgan's picture was displayed on the front page of the article. Leave it to a true twitter-queen to make such a subtle jab. Many users suggested that Morgan didn't even realize what she was doing.
2. Piers Morgan v. Kim Kardashian West
Kardashian is no stranger to very sexy and very nude selfies. When she shared one of her showcasing her assets appropriately censored over her lady parts, Piers offered to help her cover up.
And again, Morgan took a jab at Mrs. West. Morgan in an open letter to Kim on his DailyMail column after her Paris robbery wherein he questioned her motives as a celebrity, her parenting and her illustrious lifestyle.
3. Piers Morgan v. Chrissy Tiegen
Leave it to Chrissy to stand-up for her girl Jennifer Aniston and get slammed by Piers Morgan.
In a column Morgan wrote for DailyMail regarding Aniston's blog post on Huffington Post about how she deals with media gossip and scrutiny, Piers claimed the actress
"There's another reason why the media objectify and scrutinize famous women, and why little girls get confused about beauty and body image."
"It's this: female stars like Jennifer Aniston deliberately perpetuate the myth of 'perfection' by posing for endless magazine covers which have been airbrushed so much that in some cases the celebrity is virtually unrecognizable."
Tiegen was not here for those comments.
@piersmorgan saw your piece on Jennifer Aniston. Why do you ALWAYS take the road of being the piece of shit asshole?