Piers Morgan: Lord Sugar says he may never make up with ex pal after feud ‘He’s gone mad’

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Lord Alan Sugar, 73, has called out Good Morning Britain star Piers Morgan, 55, and accused the presenter of “talking a load of rubbish”. The Apprentice star added that he doesn’t believe the former pals will ever make up following their several disagreements.

It comes after the pair went head-to-head over the UK’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic recently.

Both Piers and Lord Sugar had a disagreement over the Government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, with the latter making a vow to never speak to the Good Morning Britain host again – and insisted he means it.

Up until earlier this year, the pair were showbiz pals despite their back and forths on Twitter.

Following their disagreement, Piers has since blocked Lord Sugar on the micro-blogging site.

Speaking about their relationship now, Lord Sugar said: “No, I haven’t made up with the guy and I don’t think I will ever.

“He’s gone mad. Absolutely gone mad.”

The Apprentice host’s fury comes from his belief that Piers’ verbal lashings on the Government during the coronavirus pandemic are self-serving.

“He’s intent on publicising himself,” Lord Sugar explained.

“That’s it. It’s all about him. No one else. He doesn’t give a monkey’s about anybody really other than himself.”

He continued: “His own popularity. That’s all he’s interested in. End of story.”

Lord Sugar admitted to The Sun that the pair were friends once but has no intention to bury the hatchet.

“I’m not going to stand around listening to him talk a lot of old twaddle,” he commented.


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“That’s why he got upset about it, when I told him that he was talking a load of rubbish.”

When quizzed on having a private conversation, Lord Sugar fumed: “No, no, no.

“I can find out every single word that he spouts on Twitter if I wanted to. I don’t bother any more.”

He went on to say he was not going to discuss Piers in any further interviews.

Meanwhile, Piers previously opened up about his friendship with Lord Sugar and agreed that it may not be repaired.

“It’s gone way beyond a joke, and for me it’s ruined our friendship,” he explained to the Sunday Times.

“I think we’re done as friends. I can’t see through the behaviour.”

Piers accused Lord Sugar of giving “dangerous” advice, only for The Apprentice star to brand Piers “a bully” over his treatment towards MPs on GMB.

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