Piers Morgan Fails To Let Co-Host Susanna Reid Speak During A Debate About Women's Rights

Oh, the irony of it all

Piers Morgan has been talking about women's marches again, and as you can probably imagine, he didn't allow his female co-host get a word in edgeways.

Piers was joined by former Spice Girl Mel B and composer David Arnold on Good Morning Britain to discuss the International's March 4 Women event which took place in London this Sunday.

The three of them discussed the rally which aimed to raise awareness over global women's equality, while Susanna Reid had to sit quietly looking on.

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During the chat, Piers said how the UK had "made massive strides" towards gender equality as the top 5 most powerful people, including the Prime Minister, are women.

He even went as far to say he would be moved to march over the gender pay gap.

But then he went on a rant saying he wasn't too keen on new fangled terms such as "waitress becoming server".

He continued by saying: "It's when the PC brigade, I'm not saying you two are, when they get like this they lose support, not gain it. Am I mad?"

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And that's possibly when the irony finally dawned on Piers as he said:

"One thing I am acutely aware of is that I haven't allowed my female co-host to ask a single question which of course is slightly ironic considering what we are discussing. Susanna?"

Susanna simply responded by saying:

"I was worried about annoying that lovely viewer who said I had to leave you alone and get back from all conversations."

At least it went slightly better than the last time Piers tackled the subjects of women's marches. You may remember his tweet about feeling emasculated by "rabid feminists" and how Ewan McGregor refused to appear on the show as a result?