Piers Morgan has divided Instagram users as he shared a picture with a very random group of dinner guests while in Los Angeles for his 58th birthday celebrations.
Piers, 58, had previously shared a selfie alongside Gary Lineker, Amanda Holden and Bruno Tonioli as the foursome hit the town in Hollywood.
A day later, Piers was once again seen with the three other TV stars along with a few other well-known faces as they all enjoyed dinner together.
In the photo, Piers is seen sitting at a dinner table alongside Amanda and her husband Chris Hughes and daughter Lexi, Bruno and Gary.
Also joining them was Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts, along with Piers' son Spencer Morgan and pop singer James Arthur as they enjoyed a meal together at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Hollywood.
Piers were seen sitting in the middle of the guests as they took a group picture together.
He captioned the photo: "Two pop stars, two judges (well, three, technically), Britain’s most notorious opinion-expresser (not me), a model, a sports journalist, and a showbiz manager. My kinda dinner party."
A fan asked: "Who paid?", to which the former ITV Good Morning Britain star said it was Amanda Holden and her husband Chris Hughes who picked up the bill.
Piers said: "Amanda and Chris. They're very generous people."
However, fans seem divided with the group picture, as some accused the TV presenter of bragging, while others were happy to see the group night out.
One person said: "Always bragging!!"
Hitting back, Piers wrote: "That’s the whole point of Instagram, if you don’t like it, unfollow me."
However, a second person wrote: "What an amazing dinner party!", while a third commented: "What a strange mix, but kinda cool."
A fourth person joked: "Thats a I'm A Celeb line up if ever a saw one!"
Piers defended his fellow dinner guest Gary Lineker throughout the BBC Match of the Day furore following Gary's suspension.
The 62 year old became embroiled in a row over impartiality after using Twitter to compare the language used to launch a new Government asylum policy with 1930s Germany.
The presenter was taken off air at first, but is now back to host Match of the Day.
Despite saying he “did not agree” with Lineker’s tweet, Piers tweeted: “Gary didn’t say any of it on the BBC, and isn’t even a BBC employee… I didn’t agree with what he said, but so what? It’s HIS opinion.”
Click here for today's top showbiz news
- Stacey Solomon praised for showing off 'beautiful, normal body' in bikini pics
- Love Island's Jessie: 'I am staying in the UK – me and Will are moving in together'
- Tom Daley and husband announce surprise baby news and welcome second child
For the latest showbiz exclusives, sign up to our daily OK! newsletter
Source: Read Full Article