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    ‘I’m entitled to my opinion!’ Piers Morgan says Kirstie Allsopp tried to get ITV executives make him APOLOGISE to her after Twitter spat

    • The GMB star, 55, and property presenter, 49, had a fiery debate on the chat show earlier this year over their polarising views on the coronavirus pandemic 
    • Piers called out Kirstie on Twitter in March after she complained she was being trolled over confusion over her two homes in Devon during lockdown 
    • The GMB star has now claimed that the property presenter got ITV executives to ring him up in an attempt to make him apologise to her 
    • Piers said it was a ‘very short phone call’ and he told bosses that he is ‘entitled to his opinion’ and will ‘keep saying it’, which they accepted
    • MailOnline has contacted Kirstie’s representative for comment 

    Piers Morgan has said that Kirstie Allsopp tried to get ITV executives make him apologise to her after they had a spat in March.

    The Good Morning Britain star, 55, and Location, Location, Location presenter, 49, had a fiery debate on the chat show earlier this year over their polarising views on the coronavirus pandemic.

    While Piers called out Kirstie on Twitter in March after she complained she was being trolled over confusion over her two homes in Devon during the height of lockdown.

    Spat! Piers Morgan has said that Kirstie Allsopp tried to get ITV executives make him apologise to her after they had a spat in March (pictured in October) 

    The GMB star has now claimed that the property presenter got ITV executives to ring him up in an attempt to make him apologise to her. 

    Piers said it was a ‘very short phone call’ and he told bosses that he is ‘entitled to his opinion’ and will ‘keep saying it’, which they accepted.

    Talking to Mirror, he said: ‘She got a load of TV execs to call me up trying to get me to stop and apologise.   

    ‘I was like, ”You’ve got to be joking”. It was a very short phone call. I said, ”I’m entitled to my opinion and I intend to keep saying it”, which they accepted.’

    Fiery: The Good Morning Britain star, 55, and Location, Location, Location presenter, 49, had a fiery debate on the chat show earlier this year over their polarising views on the coronavirus pandemic (pictured)

    Fiery: The Good Morning Britain star, 55, and Location, Location, Location presenter, 49, had a fiery debate on the chat show earlier this year over their polarising views on the coronavirus pandemic (pictured) 

    Piers added: ‘Everyone’s going to have an opinion but you should respect opinions you don’t agree with.’ 

    Earlier this year in March, Kirstie was forced to hit out at rumours she had been travelling whilst self-isolating with coronavirus symptoms.   

    Taking to Twitter with a furious rant, the presenter lashed out after a story was published claiming she was residing in a holiday home in Devon.

    The Location, Location, Location host was quick to clear up the confusion, revealing that she has two homes in Devon, but she has been staying in her permanent residence with her family.

    Calling out: While Piers called out Kirstie on Twitter in March after she complained she was being trolled over confusion over her two homes in Devon during the height of lockdown

    Calling out: While Piers called out Kirstie on Twitter in March after she complained she was being trolled over confusion over her two homes in Devon during the height of lockdown 

    'I'm entitled to my opinion!': The GMB star has now claimed that the property presenter got ITV executives to ring him up in an attempt to make him apologise to her (pictured in October)

    ‘I’m entitled to my opinion!’: The GMB star has now claimed that the property presenter got ITV executives to ring him up in an attempt to make him apologise to her (pictured in October) 

    After a follower tweeted: ‘Why r u in Devon !! Shameful @KirstieMAllsopp’; Kirstie was quick to hit back: ‘Because it is my home.

    ‘I am not in North Devon where I do have a holiday home. Two things totally different.’

    She added to another follower: ‘I’m not on holiday I am in my home. I’m sorry you have been misinformed. I am dealing with those who have spread these false rumours.’

    Kirstie also complained that she was being trolled over the confusion, tweeting at the time: ‘The last 24 hours has been utterly horrible, full of vile, unpleasant and frankly frightening comments.’

    'I will keep saying it!': Piers said it was a 'very short phone call' and he told bosses that he is 'entitled to his opinion' and will 'keep saying it', which they accepted (Kirstie pictured in July)

    ‘I will keep saying it!’: Piers said it was a ‘very short phone call’ and he told bosses that he is ‘entitled to his opinion’ and will ‘keep saying it’, which they accepted (Kirstie pictured in July) 

    To which Piers called her out and told her to stop making the coronavirus pandemic about her struggle with trolls and focus on the NHS.

    He responded: ‘Kirstie, you’re rich, privileged and isolating in a lavish country home with your family.  

    ‘Maybe stop making this crisis about your struggle with trolls and direct your energy into rallying support for NHS workers risking their lives for us all in very dangerous circumstances?’ 

    Kirstie previously revealed her husband Ben had tested positive for the virus and said she’s sure she was too, due to a ‘slight tightness in her chest.’ 

    MailOnline has contacted Kirstie’s representative for comment.  

    Hitting back: Earlier this year in March, Kirstie was forced to hit out at rumours she had been travelling whilst self-isolating with coronavirus symptoms

    Hitting back: Earlier this year in March, Kirstie was forced to hit out at rumours she had been travelling whilst self-isolating with coronavirus symptoms 

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