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If there's one thing we love, it's Piers Morgan getting a thorough slap down. If there's one thing we love even more, it's Ariana Grande.

So, if you're anything like us, you're in for a treat. Yesterday, the pop star, icon and writer of the anthem 'thank u, next', took down Morgan in the best possible way after he criticised Little Mix and Ellen DeGeneres.

Get ready.

The whole thing started off with Morgan accusing Ellen DeGeneres of double standards after her International Men's Day montage featured a topless Chris Hemsworth in an attempt to click-bait his Daily Mail column.

Sadly for the attention-seeker-in-chief, the tweet didn't get the response he wanted, so, he then changed tack, moving onto his favourite pass time, slut-shaming and dragging Little Mix.

He started out by accusing them of copying Dixie Chicks with their 'Strip' video.

Which he followed up with some unwanted advice aimed at the band member Jesy Nelson asking her to 'put some clothes on'.

Enter stage left Joan Grande i.e. Ariana Grande's mother, who refused to stand by and just watch as Piers attempted to drag these inspirational women.

Didn’t your mother ever teach you, if you have nothing nice to say, don’t say it!

Morgan quickly responded. Of course he did. He jumped at the chance to say that he thought Little Mix should:

I'd just prefer they use their talent to sell records rather than their nudity.

As your own daughter does...!

Enter, queen Ariana.

In five, perfect tweets, she showed him who's boss.

First, she jumped to the defence of Ellen and Little Mix, while also saying that she uses her sexuality and talent because she wants to.

I use my talent AND my sexuality all the time because i choose to. women can be sexual AND talented. naked and dignified. it’s OUR choice.

She also offered advice to Morgan's career. Burn.

Then went after Morgan's own hypocrisy. Strike 4.

How else could she wrap this up?

HT Buzzfeed

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