WITH hairdressers and salons shut across the UK due to the lockdown, people have been resorting to DIY haircuts.
Brits have been giving themselves a trim, or roping in unsuspecting family members to chop off some split ends.
And that’s exactly what Piers Morgan spent his evening doing, as he debuted a new career as a hairdresser.
The co-presenter of Good Morning Britain shared a snap of himself armed with a pair of scissors, as he attempted to give his wife a haircut.
Piers, 55, appeared to be giving Celia Walden a radical new do, as it looked as if the outspoken presenter was giving her a trendy lob.
The artful angle shows Piers poised with some scissors in his hand, as he said Celia ensured the ‘camera angle flattered her not me…’
Sharing a snap with his 1.4 million Instagram followers, he said: “What could possibly go wrong…”
Celia, 45, went one step further, as she shared the same snap on her page, with the hashtag ‘help me’.
But she did come up with a name for Piers' new venture, saying: “What could possibly go wrong at Salon Morgan?”
The DIY do was met with raised eyebrows from the rest of the Morgan clan, with Piers’ son, Spencer, commenting ‘abort’ on the snap.
Celia quizzed him over Piers’ haircut skills when he was a child, asking: “You mean you never let him do this to you?”
To which Spencer replied: “Well I don’t really fancy being decapitated.”
Piers recently shared a snap showing him sharing a glass of wine with Spencer over Zoom, giving fans a glimpse inside his London pad.
He captioned the snap: “First ever Zoom drinks with No1 son.
"It was either that or watching Spurs on TV – and we haven’t reached that lockdown rock bottom yet."
While Piers held up his wine glass, son Spencer snapped away on his phone.
The TV star has lived in his West Kensington townhouse with wife Celia Walden and daughter Elise since 2009.
Piers was seen relaxing on the sofa with a selection of books in the background.
The room also featured orange curtains and a dark wooden table, which was complete with a selection of framed photographs.
Piers has been celebrating recently after GMB became the most watched show in history.
The controversial host celebrated the momentous occasion with a throwback selfie and wrote: "Yesterday’s @gmb was the highest-rated in our history.
"Big historic moment for our show. I couldn’t be prouder of the entire @GMB team, on & off camera, than I am today."
He added: "As @GMB hit a record ratings high of 28% audience share, we were up 170k viewers & 6 share pts year-on-year.
"And @BBCBreakfast was down 166k viewers & 5 share pts. This piece in @TheSun was perfectly timed. We're taking them down, one viewer at a time."
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