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Madonna performs at the Super Bowl halftime show.
Well, it's safe to say that Piers Morgan won't be first in line for tickets to Madonna's just-announced world tour.
The pontificating Brit continued his public assault on America's long-reigning Material Girl while chatting with E!'s own Chelsea Handler last night, blasting Madonna's Super Bowl halftime show as a "gruesome" performance.
Where's M.I.A.'s middle finger when you really need it?
"I know you're a huge fan," the "Chelsea Lately" host sarcastically prompted her guest, who has made no bones about his dislike of the singer before, having preemptively banned her from ever appearing on his CNN show (as if).
"That Super Bowl performance, it was like watching your mad drunken aunt at Christmas," Morgan said. "Is it just me? I keep reading all these celebrities tweeting, saying, 'Wasn't she awesome?' No, she wasn't. She was gruesome."
At least it's not as if there was any love lost between the duo over Piers' fighting words.
"I don't like the woman and she doesn't like me, but at least I've found I have got one common ground with Madonna," he continued. "Neither of us have sung live at the Super Bowl."
David Furnish's new best friend continued on, even in the face of a mild defense from Handler, who interjected, "I have to say that I thought she was singing real."
So was Piers swayed? Nah.
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