Sophia Hutchins is hopping mad at Piers Morgan after her appearance with the pugnacious British TV host on “Good Morning Britain”.
During the interview, Hutchins, 23, appeared via satellite, and was taken aback when Morgan kicked things off by asking how she and Caitlyn Jenner would “categorize” their relationship.
“Is that the opening question, Piers?” Hutchins responded. “I think I’ve described it pretty well. At the end of the day, Caitlyn and I are family.”
As clips were shown of Jenner appearing on U.K. reality show “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!”, Hutchins declared Jenner to be “one of the most selfless people you will ever meet. She’s extraordinary generous and extraordinarily thoughtful.”
Morgan, however, continued his line of questioning, asking, “So there’s no hanky panky, then?” and, “If you’re not an item, why aren’t you an item?”
“Was that a real question?” Hutchins fired back. “We have a really special relationship. I don’t think we need to be an item to have a really special relationship so to speak,” she fired back.
“I am here for Caitlyn 1,000 per cent and Caitlyn’s here for me 1,000 per cent,” she added. “I think the best way to describe our relationship is that we are partners in every sense of the word. When it comes to work, absolutely there for each other 100 per cent. When it comes to family and our personal relationship, absolutely there for each other 100 per cent and there’s no denying it.”
After the interview concluded, Hutchins took to Instagram Stories to slam Morgan.
“Good Morning Britain, having Piers Morgan is your biggest mistake,” she said. “What a joke of a journalist he is. What a pathetic line of questioning he had for me this morning. Totally not cool.”
She added: “I went on to support Caitlyn on ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’, not deal with stupid bulls**t questions from some jacka** like Piers Morgan. Neither of us will ever do your show again. You have shown your true colours. How disappointing.”
Morgan later responded to her comments, taking to Twitter to tell Hutchins to “get over yourself.”