Piers Morgan walks out of ‘jaw-droppingly terrible’ House of Gucci


Piers Morgan and Lady Gaga

Piers isn’t a fan of House Of Gucci (Picture: Getty/Rex)

Piers Morgan has revealed he walked out from a screening of House Of Gucci declaring the film ‘jaw-droppingly dreadful’.

The former Good Morning Britain presenter hit out at Sir Ridley Scott’s crime drama, which stars Lady Gaga, Salma Hayek, Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons, and Adam Driver, following a trip to the cinema.

‘Walked out of this movie tonight after 80 minutes,’ Piers wrote on Twitter. ‘It’s jaw-droppingly dreadful.’

House Of Gucci follows Patrizia Reggiani, a socialite who had her fashion dynasty heir husband Maurizio Gucci murdered in a case that gripped Italy.

Reggiani, who is played by Lady Gaga, was convicted of orchestrating the 1995 assassination of Maurizio, the grandson of Gucci’s founder.

In an attempt to get the verdict overturned, her two daughters argued a brain tumour had affected her behaviour. She was eventually freed in 2016.

The movie arrived in UK cinemas on November 26.

Piers’ thoughts divided his followers with some expressing they enjoyed the film.

‘Incorrect. It’s absolutely brilliant,’ one commented.

‘You love a walk out,’ wrote another, poking fun at the time he stormed out of the Good Morning Britain studio in March.

Adam Driver and Lady Gaga in House of Gucci

Lady Gaga portrays Patrizia Reggiana and Adam Driver plays Maurizio Gucci in the film (Picture: MGM)

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Lady Gaga previously opened up about the lengths she went to to get into character.

‘I am a romantic when it comes to art,’ she said. ‘I had a romantic relationship with my character Patrizia, I had a romantic relationship with the script and I dove headfirst into this world because she is nothing like me.

‘An inherently wide-eyed person that is looking to transgress society financially is something that I don’t identity with. So, I spent a lot of time living my life looking for where money and value lie.’

She continued to PA: ‘Then there is the accent. Then there is the ability to talk as myself, meaning as Stefani, with the accent, so that I knew that I could speak from a place that was visceral, that was true.

‘Then there is this script which you have to analyse until you are dead behind the eyes. For me, I would stop at nothing to take helm of my character.’

Lady Gaga has been nominated for best actress at next year’s Golden Globes for her performance in the film.

She’s up against Kristen Stewart for Spencer; Jessica Chastain for The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Nicole Kidman for Being The Ricardos and Olivia Colman for The Lost Daughter.

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