PIERS Morgan has mocked anti-vaxxer Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown and applauded a fan who said he'll soon be "performing at Butlins".
The Good Morning Britain host, 55, has been very vocal when it comes to people who refuse to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
But while Piers is all for the jab, singer Ian, 58, is very much opposed.
Taking to Twitter the Brit Pop star wrote: "I will NEVER sing to a crowd who has to be vaccinated as a condition of attendance. NEVER EVER!"
To which a follower cheekily replied: "That's up to Butlins surely?"
Vaccine supporter Piers loved this quip, and quickly retweeted the post with a series of applause emojis.
Ian is yet to reply to either Piers or the follower.
Piers is a strong supporter of the vaccine, and even vowed to have the jab live on GMB.
But it's a different story for Ian.
Last September, in one of the most unlikely Twitter wars in the world, Jedward slammed Ian over his controversial comments on social media about coronavirus.
The Stone Roses frontman has been vocal with his scepticism towards the global pandemic and the wearing of masks.
It prompted Jedward to tweet him to say: “Your music and cheekbones are a dream but your tweets are a nightmare.”
Ian responded: “So I’m a conspiracy theorist HA!
"A term invented by the lame stream media to discredit those who can smell and see through the government/media lies.”
But that infuriated the pair, who fired back: “You discredited yourself with your backward views and non-logical actions.
"The public have lost all respect and credibility for your views!”
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