PIERS Morgan admitted he was nervous as his wife Celia gave him a home haircut tonight in coronavirus lockdown.
The Good Morning Britain star, 55, looked glum as he took a selfie of Celia going to work on his mop.
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Sitting with a towel around his shoulders, Piers revealed Celia had researched hairdressing on YouTube.
He wrote: "The words ‘Don’t worry, I’ve watched a YouTube video…’ do not fill me with confidence.. #HairHorror."
It prompted many of his male followers to share their own wives' hair-cutting efforts.
Earlier today Piers savaged a Twitter user who laid into people "worshipping" the National Health Service – branding the post the "most digusting tweet of the coronavirus crisis".
The offending tweet read: "NHS worship is going to be even more insufferable once this is done than it was before, isn't it?"
Piers swiftly condemned the comment, writing: "Most disgusting tweet of the #Coronavirus crisis so far – & the bar was very very low."
One NHS worker agreed: "Whats more worrying is the 252 likes for the post- as a nurse myself i can only describe these people as cretins."
Another said: "He would feel differently if they saved one of his love ones – the NHS deserve more praise than anyone can give them."
However, some insisted the remark was aimed at the NHS system – not hard-working doctors and nurses.
One replied: "This pandemic has shown us two things about the NHS. The nurses, doctors and all health care specialists deserve our gratitude.
"The procurement, diversity or distribution managers of a centralised public service need a serious review."
Piers has been in outspoken critic of the way the UK government had handled the coronavirus – but a longstanding champion of the NHS.
This morning he donated £10,000 to a 99-year-old war hero who was raising money for the health service by doing 100 laps of his garden.
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