Piers Morgan launches novelty hairdryer so fans can blow-dry their locks with his outrage-fuelled hot air

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Piers Morgan launches novelty hairdryer so fans can blow-dry their locks with his outrage-fuelled hot air



OUTSPOKEN TV host Piers Morgan has launched his own novelty hairdryer which features two settings of hot air – “political correctness” and “vegan sausage rolls”.
The new gadget, dubbed the Morgan 3000 by the host, will be unveiled on Good Morning Britain tomorrow and sees air fired from a mock-up of the ITV star’s mouth.
Wilfried Haubenberger – The Sun The novelty hairdryer is every bit as handsome as Piers himself
It comes with a warning to “keep out of reach from those easily offended”, and comes with a “short fuse” and “easy-to-press” buttons.
Its release comes as Piers, 54, returns to host the breakfast programme after a three-week break from TV screens.
Richard Madeley, 62, and Richard Bacon, 43, had filled in for him during that time.
An advert shown over the weekened previewing his return saw him in a 40-second rant aimed at millenials and people who don’t have an opinion.
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Wilfried Haubenberger – The Sun A publicity shot shows co-host Susanna Reid trying out the hairdryer
He said: “Do you know what I find really annoying? Millennials.
“People of a certain age who are over sensitive to everything.
“People who can’t have an argument annoy me.”
Piers Morgan blasts millennials in teaser before returning to Good Morning Britain after three-week Easter break

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