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'Admire your bra-vado!' Piers Morgan aims jibe at Gary Lineker amid Lioness 'sexism' fury
Piers Morgan, 57, is known for his controversial opinions and actions, most notably walking out of his Good Morning Britain gig last year.The TalkTV host has now taken the opportunity to hit frenemy Gary Lineker, 61, with a fresh jibe after the Match of the Day host sparked backlash with his "bra" joke about England's Lionesses, who roared to victory in the Women's Euro 2022 final at the weekend.In view of his 8.5million followers, Gary had written after the historic win: "The @Lionesses have only gone and done it, and Kelly is England’s heroine, bra none."It appeared to reference player Chloe Kelly, who took off her England shirt in celebration, revealing her sports bra underneath.Although Gary had repeatedly congratulated the team and celebrated their victory alongside his jokey tweet, many didn’t appreciate his comments.Piers then took this opportunity to tease the BBC Sport presenter on Twitter.The presenter shared a news article titled "Gary Linker explains why he deleted the 'bra' tweet about Lioness".He captioned the post in view of his 7.9 million followers: "Oh dear, Jugs @GaryLineker- have you been making a tit of yourself again?"Gary hastily replied: "Not at all."Piers didn't stop there, however, as he further jibed: "Admire your bra-vado. Don’t worry mate, just a storm in a D-Cup."Social media users rushed to Twitter to call out the Match of the Day host for his joke while accusing him of sexism, which led him to respond.CherylNkt81 said: "It’s just yet another example of casual sexism.
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Wayne Lineker slammed for 'disturbing' bearskins bikini tribute to Queen at Ibiza club
Wayne Lineker has sparked a backlash for organising a bizarre tribute to the Queen at his Ibiza club.The whole world stopped on Thursday (September 8) when news broke that Queen Elizabeth passed away at Balmoral Castle aged 96 after 70 years on the throne.Heartfelt tributes to the beloved monarch from have flooded in from around the world, with world leaders praising her sense of duty and decades of service to the crown.READ MORE: Wayne Lineker praised over 'special' gesture for bikini-clad deaf women at Ibiza clubYou can leave your tributes to Queen Elizabeth II here.However, it appears Wayne Lineker has decided to honour the Queen in a rather unusual way that involves a troop of bikini-clad women marching around his Ibiza club, which was filled with blaring music and partygoers.Gary Lineker's brother took to Instagram on Friday with a video showing him and a pal on stage surrounded by a cohort of women dressed somewhat like Beefeaters.Beefeaters are the renowned guards of the Tower of London who can be seen guarding Buckingham Palace with their iconic black bearskin hats.But despite Wayne's mate noting that the girls were dressed as Beefeaters, they didn't exactly conform to the traditional attire of the Queen's guards.We're pretty confident the Beefeaters we know and love don't flash the flesh in tiny black bikinis, slashed red swimsuits and black tights.In the clip, Wayne's mate asked the crowd: "Are you all having a great day? We're all having an amazing day today, but myself and Wayne and our other business partners are all British businessman and we could not let this day go by without speaking about yesterday's events in the UK."He continued: "I think the majority of this crowd in here are from the UK if I'm
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‘Always gets to me’ Gary Lineker speaks candidly about son George’s battle with leukaemia
“We feel indebted to charities that raise money to get research that enabled George to have the life he has had because without that amount of research and people putting money in that research he wouldn’t be in that position today." explained Gary.“It always gets to me, sitting there watching a parent sitting next to their child knowing it’s touch-and-go, it’s hard.“But you smile, it’s lovely to take George in, he’s 30 years old and he was given very, very little chance and here he is."After George left Great Ormond Street, he would return on a regular basis until his late teens for “research purposes”. Gary expressed fears about the prospect of the cancer returning after treatment. He said: “Always in that period - George is our eldest but we had three other kids as well - when they get colds or don’t feel well or get a poorly tummy or a sore throat you don’t think anything of it but for George, for those few years after treatment, every time he had a cold or anything, you think: ‘He’s not is he?"The campaign urges football fans to buy a £14 virtual seat in response to the fact that every 14 minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with blood cancer. Gary was married to Michelle from 1986 to 2006 and the former couple share son George together. He then went on to marry Danielle Bux in 2009, until they split in 2016. Gary spoke about his relationship with Danielle in May, when he appeared as a guest on a BBC Sounds podcast. The pundit was asked how he has been managing his emotions following their divorce.Danielle and Gary originally met on a blind date, after being set up by a mutual friend. He explained: “It’s always a difficult experience to go through.“For me, I had two really, really good marriages.“I’m still good
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Gary Lineker deletes and addresses ‘sexist’ Lionesses ‘bra’ tweet after backlash
Gary Lineker has come under fire for one of his tweets celebrating the Lioness’ historic Euro 2022 win, leading the broadcaster to delete the offending post, featuring an ill-judged pun.The former England player live-tweeted excitedly along with Sunday’s match, where goals from Ella Toone and Chloe Kelly saw the national side storm to a 2-1 victory, clinching the country’s first major trophy in 56 years.As the England women’s team celebrated their triumph, Gary posted a comment that didn’t land as well as his others, with many fans branding it ‘sexist’.The pundit wrote: ‘The @Lionesses have only gone and done it, and Kelly is England’s heroine, bra none.’His now-deleted tweet seemed to refer to Chloe removing her England shirt in celebration, spinning it round over her head, but plenty of his followers were unimpressed with the remark, sparking an online discussion.‘It’s just yet another example of casual sexism. Why mention her bra at all? Why not just congratulate her on the goal? Women put up with these kind of “jokes” all the time and we’re fed up of it,’ replied one user, while another accused the retired footballer of ‘belittling’ the team and its achievements.Another slammed his comment as ‘the puerile joke of a 13-year-old boy who has never see a bra before’.‘It’s a pity because it was a historic win.
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Jeremy Clarkson paid by ‘secretive BBC Studios’ which didn’t have to disclose salary
Jeremy Clarkson, 62, claimed that the BBC has a “secretive” organisation that pays some of its stars’ salaries and does not have to publish them.The Top Gear presenter addressed the recent controversy surrounding the broadcaster’s top on-screen earners list.Earlier this month, the corporation released a report that included Gary Lineker and Zoe Ball among its highest paid stars.The report was met with backlash from viewers who criticised the astronomical sums the stars were getting paid.Now, Jeremy has suggested broadcasting legend Sir David Attenborough’s salary could be even higher than Gary’s.The presenter also claimed some stars could also be getting their salary from the “secretive BBC Studios” to avoid scrutiny from the public.According to the Clarkson’s Farm star, the organisation does not have to disclose the cash it pays its stars.Explaining his experience with fame, which he described as an “open prison”, Jeremy said his salary was paid by the BBC Studios.He said: “And, to make it worse, the BBC is forced to publish your salary so that people in the street can sneer at you and point out that old people are starving to death so they can afford to pay the licence fee.“Perhaps that’s why there’s no mention of Sir David Attenborough in the published salary list.“There’s no way in hell he’s paid less than Gary Lineker.“But to make sure we don’t know what he’s on, which may expose the national treasure to ridicule, he’ll get his cash from the secretive BBC Studios — an organisation that doesn’t have to publish salary information.”Jeremy concluded in his column for The Sun: “How do I know this? Ha."Because that’s what I used to do.”Express.co.uk has contacted the BBC for comment.Gary was paid between £1,350,000 and
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Gary Lineker, Wayne Rooney and Prince William lead celebrations as Lionesses reach Women’s Euros final: ‘We are with you all the way’
Women’s Euros final.Gary Lineker, Wayne Rooney, Prince William, and more have shared their pride over the team’s win and are backing them all the way for the big game on Sunday.England sailed through to the final of the 2022 Women’s European Championship after thrashing Sweden 4-0 in Sheffield.It’d be fair to say the game presented challenges, with a number of tense moments as the opposition edged towards the goal.However, thanks to goals from Beth Mead, Lucy Bronze, substitute Alessia Russo, and Fran Kirby the Lionnesses are on their way to Wembley, where they will meet Germany or France.Sharing his excitement over the win, former professional Lineker took to Twitter to write: ‘Fabulous performance and win for @Lionesses. Wonderful.’, followed by a series of clapping emoji.Prior to the match, Duke of Cambridge Prince William sent a ‘good luck’ message to the team, assuring them that ‘the whole country is behind you’.Following their win, the Prince was ecstatic: ‘Congratulations @Lionesses on making it to the #WEURO2022 final on Sunday’, he tweeted.‘The entire country is so proud of everything you’re achieving. We believe in you and will be with you all the way! W’.Football manager Rooney tweeted: ‘What a performance by @Lionesses tonight.
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'Sit on sofa reading autocue!' Jeremy Clarkson slams Naga Munchetty's six-figure BBC wage
Jeremy Clarkson has slammed BBC presenter Naga Munchetty's six-figure salary after the broadcaster published its list of their top-earners earlier this week.The Clarkson's Farm star, 62, took issue with the BBC Breakfast presenter's wage, which sees her earn up to £369,000.The star started off by justifying war correspondent Orla Guerin's £164,000 a year salary.Jeremy claimed that it's deserved because of the dangerous nature of her job.However, the motoring expert went on to take issue with BBC Breakfast star Naga's wage.Comparing her presenting role to Orla's, he penned: "She doesn’t have to go to work through a hail of machine gun fire."She doesn’t have to do her toilet on a battlefield."He went on to challenge her salary, also addressing the perks of her job.Jeremy continued: "So why, when all she does is sit on a sofa and read an autocue, will she trouser £369,000?"Naga has a cushy job and is doubtless ferried to the studios every day in a Mercedes E-Class with an air freshener," he added in his column in The Sun.However, he went on to add that even after she's finished her job for the day, she'll be pestered by fans for photos.Earlier this week the BBC published a report of their top-earners.Match of the day presenter Gary Lineker topped the list of the BBC's best-paid stars for the fifth year in a row, which saw him take £1.35million in the last financial year.The BBC star's salary is less from the £1.36million he earned last year which followed a pay cut from £1.75milion.After Gary was BBC Radio 2 presenter Zoe Ball who took £980,000.Steve Wright and Alan Shearer both came in third with £450,000.Other BBC stars who were named in the top 10 included Huw Edwards at number six, Fiona Bruce alongside Fiona Bruce,
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Naga Munchetty hits back as BBC Breakfast outfit is compared to a 'black bin' bag in jibe
Naga Munchetty, 47, has been working with the BBC since 2010 and has become a main fixture of the channel.She is known for having an active Twitter account and today was no different when she responded to a BBC Breakfast viewer's comment about her outfit choice for this morning's early breakfast show.Naga presented on Thursday's BBC Breakfast with Charlie Stayt, however many viewers were distracted by her outfit.She sported a satin style maxi style shirt dress, with her signature dark red lipstick.Having seen her on the show, social media user C0tts10 jibed on Twitter: "That reminds me @TVNaga01 I must put the black bin bags out today."Naga quickly quipped back in view of her 274,500 followers: "that's funny."NealWatts reassured the presenter as he commented: "Naga you look gorgeous."However, many other viewers took to Twitter to share their view on Naga's dress choice.BCollier2012 asked: "Is Naga going to wear her dressing gown all day?"LizzieAnnette added: "I love that black satin, said no woman ever."Naga wears some gorgeous clothes but today is not one of those days."JamesMason1 chimed: "Did Naga get up late this morning?"Can't understand why she is still in her pajamas."This comes after it was recently revealed that Naga had taken a pay rise of over £100,000, making her one of BBC's biggest earners.Her increase was the second-highest for the channel, with Amol Rajan enjoying the biggest pay rise.The BBC Breakfast presenter is still behind Match of the Day's Gary Lineker, the only presenter to earn over £1 million annually.Earlier this week, Naga also had to issue an apology for failing to deliver a promised interview on her BBC Radio 5 Live show.She revealed she was unable to air her anticipated interview with
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‘The party’s over’: Piers Morgan and Gary Lineker lead celebrity reactions as Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid resign
Piers Morgan has led celebrity reactions afterRishi Sunak resigned as chancellor and Sajid Javid quit as health secretary. On Tuesday, Mr Sunak said ‘the public rightly expect government to be conducted properly, competently and seriously’, adding ‘I believe these standards are worth fighting for and that is why I am resigning.’In an incendiary letter, Mr Javid said the British people ‘expect integrity from their government’ but voters now believed Mr Johnson’s administration was neither competent nor “acting in the national interest.’The resignations came as Mr Johnson was forced into a humiliating apology over his handling of the Chris Pincher row after it emerged he had forgotten about being told of previous allegations of ‘inappropriate’ conduct.Mr Pincher quit as deputy chief whip last week following claims that he groped two men at a private members’ club, but Mr Johnson was told about allegations against him as far back as 2019.Reacting to the news, journalist Piers simply tweeted: ‘It’s over’ and called for Mr Johnson to ‘resign.’Itâs over @BorisJohnson – resign.Government is imploding.The partyâs over.While Piers’ former TV wife and Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid wrote: ‘Government is imploding.’Sports broadcaster Gary Lineker added: ‘The party’s over.’Comedian Rufus Hound said: ‘I wish I could feel more joy in this, but it just feels like the heads on a hydra.
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World Cup of Pundits: Vote for your ultimate football expert as Roy Keane looks to defend title
Gary Lineker actually even a pundit?They're all important questions – and we want YOU to help us answer them over the course of the next month. HAVE YOUR SAY! Who is your favourite football pundit? Let us know in the comments below... In a fiesty final, Roy Keane beat Gary Lineker to the top award last year as crisp fiend Gaz warned ahead of kick-off: “I think Roy Keane will knock me out….even if he wins.”It was, of course, all in good nature though and sadly for Gary the prediction came at least partly true as Keano romped home with a stunning 71% of the vote.Former United enforcer Keane has built a fearsome reputation for himself in punditry, much like he did during his playing days.And he’s yet to let up having had another memorable year which has seen epic rants on topics such as United’s embarrassing defeats to bitter rivals Liverpool, City and, well, just about everyone else really, as well as his accusations that the players at Old Trafford had thrown their previous manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer “under the bus”, to name but a few.Match of the Day's Gary took last year's final defeat in his stride, continually reminding us throughout the tournament: “I’m not a pundit.”Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
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