Peter Andre left furious by Piers Morgan on 'GMB' as he's forced to talk about Katie Price

Chris Edwards

Peter Andre was left furious with Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain today as he was forced to talk about his ex Katie Price.

Price appeared on the ITV morning show earlier this month and called Andre “selfish” and a “hypocrite” for not allowing her kids to feature in her upcoming reality show.

After being shown a clip of Price complaining about him on GMB, Andre reacted angrily and hit out at Morgan for probing him on the subject.

“Piers, you should know by now that I don’t talk about these things publicly. I never have. Why would I do that?” said Andre. 

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Trying to defuse the situation, co-host Susanna Reid interjected: “To be fair, Peter, if someone makes an accusation about you on air, it’s only fair that we put that to you for your response because we were in the position, when Katie said that, of not knowing how you’d respond.”

Andre then calmly replied: “It’s a legal issue, so it should never be talked about.”

Peter Andre was frustrated after being quizzed on his ex Katie Price

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Also on the show, Andre said that he’ll be “devastated” if the child sex abuse allegations against Michael Jackson are proven to be true.

In the controversial documentary Leaving Neverland, Andre appears as one of the children competing in a dance contest to meet Jackson.

“I was there that day when Wade won,” he confirmed. “I didn’t realise until years later that Wade was the kid that had won that.”

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Sharing his opinion on the allegations, he said: “The way that I stand on it is that if it’s true, if it’s proven true, then it’s the worst thing that could ever possibly happen and victims should definitely have a voice, there’s no doubt about that.

“The problem is if you look at the flipside and say it isn’t true, it is damaging his family, his brothers, his mother, his kids, his legacy.

“His legacy is tarnished now whether it’s proven or not. The problem is that we don’t know 100% what happened and there is some sort of trust you have to have in the justice system and that’s my opinion.

“If it’s true I’ll be absolutely devastated.”