Piers Morgan has taken a savage swipe at Daniel Craig's suede pink jacket that he wore to the premiere of his new James Bond film No Time To Die, but fans are not happy with his remarks.
The Hollywood star rocked up to the red carpet event on Tuesday evening, wearing the colourful jacket along with a white shirt and a bow tie.
But former GMB presenter Piers didn't seem to like it one bit and compared his look to "an Austin Powers tribute act."
Taking to Twitter, Piers, 56, posted a picture of Daniel, 53, on the red carpet to his 8million Twitter followers and penned: "O dear O (7) dear.
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"James Bond would never wear a garish pink suede dinner jacket. You’re supposed to be a steely-eyed assassin with exemplary sartorial taste, Mr Craig…. not an Austin Powers tribute act."
He then followed the tweet with a thumbs down emoji.
Responding to his rather harsh remarks, fans aired their thoughts on Piers' comments with several being unhappy with his comparison.
One fan penned: "That's Daniel Craig out of character. Not everybody shows up to stuff in character like Kane on the Weakest Link."
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Another said: "For a man who tells people not to be offended so easily, you really are offended quite easily."
A third chimed in and commented: "Um, FYI, Mr Craig isn’t actually an steely-eyed assassin with exemplary sartorial taste. He’s an actor."
While a fourth commented: "You wrote a WHOLE book on people being 'woke' and offended by things and here you are outraged by what Daniel Craig wears. The irony."
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Last week, Piers responded to the claims that he'll be stepping in to replace Daniel Craig as the next James Bond – and he's rather pleased with the "result".
The outspoken host had the rumour mill in overdrive when he hinted that he would be next to take on the iconic role.
Taking a picture outside the Burlington Arcade in London that had a huge '007' sign outside of it, Piers teased that he would be the next James Bond and hit headlines within hours.
Since then the star expressed how pleased he was with the media frenzy.
Attaching an image of a newspaper article the start took to social media and penned: "Start a rumour, get a result."
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