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Piers Morgan refuses to apologise as his hairdresser has furious sweary rant on Good Morning Britain

PIERS Morgan refused to apologise on today's Good Morning Britain after his hairdresser went on a furious sweary rant.

Adee Phelan appeared on the show to discuss his incredible £650,000 gift giving effort that has seen 94,000 NHS heroes receive boxes of hair products.

However, his positivity turned to anger as he slammed the Government's treatment of NHS staff amid the coronavirus crisis.

He raged: "What’as happening in the government is bulls**t!"

The celeb clipper, who has cut David Beckham's hair, revealed he was grateful to the NHS for caring for him after he split the back of his head open.

He created his gift giving initiative after seeing a weary looking nurse on a chance encounter as he went to get a taxi.

It prompted him to ask major businesses in the hair industry to provide products to gift to nurses in a bid to boost their spirits as they work on the front line.

At the end of his interview, Adee referenced Black Lives Matters protests in London and demanded an end to racism, swearing twice more.

Piers stuck up for his old friend, saying: "Normally we would issue a grovelling apology. I understand your anger and passion. I’m not going to apologise for it."

Recalling his time at the salon with Adee, Piers continued: "The language was normally pretty fruity. You have a passion for life and care for people."

Viewers' opinions were mixed, with some praising his passion while others slammed him for swearing.

One wrote: "Adee- Best. Interview. Ever."

Another shared: "@GMB how can we help Adee - love your passion."

While others were less impressed, with one typing: "Jesus this fella Eyes #GMB."

A second said: "This guy needs to chill just a bit... #gmb."


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