Piers Morgan has slammed James Bond star Daniel Craig and compared him to an "Austin Powers tribute act".
Posting to Twitter on Wednesday morning, the former Good Morning Britain host made a catty remark about the 007 actor's jacket at the world premiere of No Time To Die.
The red carpet event took place at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Tuesday night, with film stars, celebrities and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge all in attendance.
To the premiere of his swan song Bond movie, 53-year-old Daniel wore a pink suede jacket with a black bow tie and trousers.
Alas, it seems Piers, 56, wasn't a fan of the outfit.
In a tweet, The Wake-Up! author labelled Daniel's choice of attire as "garish".
He also made a jibe in which he compared the Bond actor to an "Austin Powers tribute act".
Piers wrote: "O dear O (7) dear. [sic]
"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."
Daniel Craig isn't the only Brit that Piers has gone after on social media this week.
In response to the supposed fuel crisis across the UK, the broadcaster blasted selfish panic-buying Brits in a tweet on Monday.
Piers said that while Britain's supposed fuel shortage was man-made by panic buyers flocking to the pumps, Britain did have a "massive brain cell shortage".
He wrote: "There is no fuel shortage in Britain.
"But judging by the ridiculous scenes at petrol stations all over the country, there is a massive brain cell shortage."
The Daniel Craig comments also follow his wife Celia Walden revealing that she has 'cut ties' with her 'selfish' anti-vax pals.
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