GMBs Alex Beresford claps back after Trump calls him a stiff to Piers Morgan
Alex Beresford has posted a hilarious clip of him hula-hooping to jokingly prove that Donald Trump was wrong to call him "a stiff".
The former US President took the swipe at the weather presenter when he appeared on Piers Morgan's new Uncensored show, which was launched this week.
Piers and Donald were talking about Piers leaving Good Morning Britain last year, after a row about Meghan Markle and the fact that Piers didn't believe everything she had to say in her sensational sit-down with Oprah Winfrey.
The American politician told Piers he thought he had over-reacted, although he said "the guy was a stiff", presumably referring to Alex, who Piers clashing with.
Alex has since posted a video online of him hula-ing as a light-hearted comeback, saying: "Dearest Donald, the hips don't lie!"
He added a cheeky winking emoji to his post.
Fans thought Alex's response was utterly perfect and plenty of crying with laughter emojis were posted on Twitter.
"Oh that's why you are on the TV," said one person.
"Like to see Piers & Donald trying to hula!" teased another.
"Gwarn Alex… for sure the hips don't lie," said one fan, adding: "Looking good."
Another person said the clip was "very hot", while one fan admitted: "I'm a little turned on by that."
"He got the moooovvvesss!!!!" someone else said.
Some people also reckoned Alex's skills should earn him a spot on Strictly Come Dancing, saying he'd be just right for the BBC ballroom show.
"Looks like you passed the Strictly Come Dancing aptitude test," one tweeted.
"Was that an audition for Strictly?" asked one fan. "With those hips you're in!!"
Piers' chat with Donald was the first interview on his new series on TalkTv.
The star – who has been outspoken about 'woke' culture – has said that he wants his new programme to cancel cancel culture, and that he hopes it annoys "all the right people".
He's also said he hopes it will bring back some fun.
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