The ITV star hit the headlines a lot of instances this week as a result of inflammatory feedback about celebrities, the Royal Family and the Government, which had been revealed in Wake Up: Why The World Has Gone Nuts. In a single diary extract, Piers expressed his considerations over how ladies are portrayed by the press and on social media. The daddy-of-four apprehensive that his eight-year-old daughter Elise may examine herself to “size-zero human stick bugs” or “hate herself for not being skinny”.
Piers claimed that celebrities and the media had been responsible for “little ladies getting confused about their magnificence and physique picture”.
He felt that stars “perpetuated the parable of ‘perfection’” and commented that in some images they had been “just about unrecognisable”.
The TV star acknowledged that ‘imperfections’ had been being hidden “the world over” by “forensic photograph cover-ups”.
The daddy-of-four wrote: “Cellulite had been eliminated, crease-lines decreased, pimples expunged…thighs trimmed, butts toned, the vaguest suggestion of bingo wings eradicated.”
Regardless of this, Piers mentioned he didn’t blame celebrities for eager to look ‘good’ and admitted that he demanded his ‘flaws’ to be masked too.
The GMB host added: “As soon as you place your physique up for profitable private achieve, I’m afraid you need to settle for a stage of scrutiny and debate that comes with it.”
In a closing rant, he vented that “the least” celebrities may do to redress this difficulty was to be clear with the general public and admit that their images had been edited.
Piers wrote: “Cease pretending it is all everybody else’s fault that impressionable younger ladies battle with their very own magnificence and physique pictures on account of seeing good photographs.
“That may be an enormous leap for feminism and that is the place our focus must be, not hysterically and irrationally glorifying and defending fats or skinny ladies on social media.”
Piers Morgan’s Wake Up: Why The World Has Gone Nuts was revealed by HarperCollins and is available here.