Susanna Reid apologises for stylist Adee Phelan's 'fruity language'

Piers Morgan gave his hairdresser a free pass by refusing to apologise after he launched into a furious, expletive fuelled tirade on Wednesday’s edition of Good Morning Britain.

The presenter, 55, refused to apologise after an interview with personal hairdresser Adee Phelan regarding his efforts to help NHS workers during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

The big-hearted celebrity stylist, whose previous clients include David Beckham, has donated more than 94,000 boxes of hair products to frontline staff at a cost of £650,000.

Green light: Piers Morgan gave hairdresser Aee Phelan a free pass by refusing to apologise after he launched into a furious, expletive fuelled tirade on Good Morning Britain

Green light: Piers Morgan gave hairdresser Aee Phelan a free pass by refusing to apologise after he launched into a furious, expletive fuelled tirade on Good Morning Britain

But Phelan, 45, became increasingly irate as the discussion veered away from his charitable donations, with the hairdresser launching an extraordinary rant against the Tory leadership.

Addressing Piers and co-host Susanna Reid, he barked: 'It’s a disgrace, what’s happened in the government mate, it's bulls**t, and Boris Johnson and the whole lot of them down there need to start treating us with a bit of respect, a bit of honesty and a bit of dignity.' 

Phelan also lashed out at the government while reflecting on the Black Lives Matter protests protests being carried out in London, a reaction to the senseless killing of black man George Floyd by a white police officer in the United States on May 25th.

Kind gesture: The big-hearted celebrity stylist was appearing on Wednesday's show after donated more than 94,000 boxes of hair products to frontline staff at a cost of £650,000

Kind gesture: The big-hearted celebrity stylist was appearing on Wednesday's show after donated more than 94,000 boxes of hair products to frontline staff at a cost of £650,000

Not happy: But Phelan, 45, became increasingly irate as the discussion veered away from his charitable donations, and launched an extraordinary rant against the Tory leadership

Not happy: But Phelan, 45, became increasingly irate as the discussion veered away from his charitable donations, and launched an extraordinary rant against the Tory leadership

He raved: 'Before you start stopping and searching white youths and black youths, they’re probably on their way to work, they’re probably on their way to college, they’re probably on their way to do a good

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