He may have over 5 million followers, but Piers Morgan always struggles for support on Twitter dot com.
At no point was this more apparent than in his recent battle with Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, when the entire site appeared to rally against the disgraced tabloid editor.
If you missed it, Rowling started the feud by celebrating a TV segment where Australian comedian Jim Jefferies trounced Piers Morgan in a debate on Real Time with Bill Maher.
Not that Piers Morgan seems to crave any support in his near-constant search for attention - but you'd think that if anybody would have his back, it would be his own family.
That's Morgan's son Spencer, sporting a Deathly Hallows tattoo and necklace from the final book in the series.
That's the end of that one.