After Kim Kardashian ‘broke the internet’, so-to-speak, with another photo of her bottom, Piers Morgan has criticised public reaction.
The 52-year-old TV presenter shocked some viewers when he commented on a photo that was on the front cover of The Sun newspaper.
The untouched and unedited photo showed Kim’s cellulite. Many praised her for sharing her un-airbrushed photo and regarded it as an act of celebration for it. Susanna Reid, Morgan’s co-presenter on the Good Morning Britain show, stated: ‘We should celebrate cellulite. It’s a fact of life for, I’d say, 90 per cent of women’.
However, Piers Morgan didn’t quite have the same response. Morgan said: “I feel like ‘celebrate’ is the wrong word. What did you conquer because you have cellulite?” Morgan asked, before mockingly raising his voice and singing, “Woo-hoo I’ve got cellulite.
He asked: ‘Why would we celebrate it? We put up with it, tolerate it, but not accept it…Flaws should not be celebrated’.
Piers Morgan has since sparked an immense online reaction. But what are your thoughts? Do you think that we should celebrate things that others deem as flaws? Or do you think we should simply tolerate them? You can let us know by commenting down below.