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with James Corden — but we're not the only ones to notice!Shortly after the release of the former One Direction singer's latest Carpool Karaoke, The Biebs — who has appeared on the program a whopping THREE times — took to Instagram to express his admiration of Harry's latest work!Related: Liam Payne Sounds Tone Deaf AF While Speaking About Zayn The 23-year-old shared: featuring Quavo from Migos! This and much more on The Perez Hilton Podcast with Chris Booker!While this is a big step for the former boy bander, we're not exactly sure were onboard with this new single. Related: Liam Had 'Internal Battle' Over Baby Name In fact, Mr. Why do you ALWAYS take the road of being the piece of s**t a**hole? The mother-of-one continued: "Particularly with women and people of colour. Please tell me you aren't TRULY this vile."It wasn't long till Piers replied: "Morning, Ms Teigen. Try doing that before throwing another diva tantrum."The presenter, who told Jennifer to "dismount from that high horse", added: "No, my little bundle of hypocrisy, YOU'RE using ME for clickbait.Now hush before your sanctimonious spleen bursts."An angry Chrissy went on: "@piersmorgan you're right. It was fun @chrissyteigen - come back when you can handle adult debate."Might have to do my next @Daily Mail column on @chrissyteigen - just to REALLY annoy her.
Aniston has been widely praised for her column took a different approach by supporting aspects of her article but also suggesting she was hypocritical for calling out body shaming because she has appeared on magazine covers which he claims have most likely been digitally manipulated.
Teigen, the epitome of the Internet hashtag #relationshipgoals, tag teamed against well-known pundit Piers Morgan following his criticism of late boxing great Muhammad Ali.
After the legendary boxer passed away at 74 on Friday (June 3) following a 32-year battle with Parkinson's Disease, Morgan took to Twitter to call out Ali.
She should be fired, forced to don a hairnet and utter the classic line, over and over: “Do you want fries with that?
” Then again, Mc Henry’s presence in the fast-food industry would be an affront to hardworking burger-flippers who show respect to fellow citizens.