Earlier this week, Piers Morgan, 54, said he would be up for going Down Under on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2019, on one condition.
The Good Morning Britain presenter revealed he could be bought, but the price to sign him up would come in at a staggering £5 million.
Piers tweeted a picture of Ant and Dec announcing they would like to see him on the ITV show, to which the controversial host responded: “Like I said, £5 million & I’ll come and munch kangaroo testicles. Not a penny less.”
Following his declaration, the organisation behind World Animal Day has criticised Piers for his comments regarding eating the animals during Bushtucker Trials.
Caroline Ruane, Campaign Coordinator for Nature Watch Foundation, said, “It’s unacceptable that animals appearing on TV are still being abused or killed, despite the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and the Cinematograph Films (Animals) Act 1937.
“We should be showing children how to respect animals by setting a great example. It’s an issue worldwide, not just in the…