Piers Morgan is definitely not like the rest of us who rush to the sofa at 9pm to tune into Love Island.
The presenter has made his feelings very clear about the ITV2 show over the last few weeks, calling the contestants “halfwits” and giving the dumped contestants a pretty hard time when they have appeared on Good Morning Britain.
And it seems Piers’ Love Island nightmare is getting worse because his son Spencer has teased his dad by showing him how much of a fan he is of the reality series.
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Spencer took to Twitter on Monday evening to send his dad a photo of his personalised Love Island water bottle.
Spencer tweeted him, saying: “Sorry @piersmorgan…” alongside a photo of his new water bottle.
But Piers was horrified and feared his son would be going on the show.
He replied: “You’re not going IN there… are you?!!!?”
You’re not going IN there… are you?!!!? https://t.co/RggszsPvU0
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) 25 June 2018
Fans are fully aware that Piers isn’t keen on the show.
Just last week, the outspoken presenter attempted to humiliate dumped islander Hayley Hughes by quizzing her on maths.
However, he ended up getting the question wrong himself and Hayley definitely had the last laugh.
Piers asked Hayley whether she knows “Pythagoras’ theorem to the nearest five decimal places”.
But Susanna was quick to turn the tables on Piers and asked: “Well, do you?”
Piers replied: “I do actually, it’s 3.147. They’re certainly the first four digits,” before members of the production team appeared to shout from behind the camera.
But Piers had got Pythagoras’ theorem mixed up with Pi and immediately spotted his mistake.
Piers then threw his hands in the air and shouted: “No, that’s Pi!
“Dammit. That’s Pi not the Pythagorus’ theorem, but you knew that didn’t you Hayley.”
Later in the chat, Piers revealed he had a secret connection with contestant Charlie Frederick.
Piers said that his son Spencer hangs out with Charlie.
He told Charlie: “I know you go socialising with my eldest son Spencer, who to my horror, loves Love Island.
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“He vouches for you and says you’re a relatively normal bloke, so what are you doing in there?”
Charie replied: “Just having a bit of fun. Fun in the sun.”
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