THINGS got rather heated on Good Morning Britain after Piers Morgan decided to test Love Island star Jonny Mitchell's knowledge on the show.
On Monday's episode of Good Morning Britain, Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid were interviewing former Love Island star Jonny Mitchell.
However, it was revealed that the 52-year-old presenter dislikes the hit ITV2 dating show and used the opportunity to try and humiliate the reality star.
As Jonny talked about the show and his former Islanders, Piers interrupted him and asked: "Jonny, what's 11 times 15?"
To which the flustered Essex-based businessman replied: "Maths isn't my strong point, so don't put me on the spot, lad."
While Susanna added: "That's not the reason he's in Love Island, it's because of his good looks."
But Piers didn't stop there and he pressed Jonny for his answer, to which he guessed "160".
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To which the outspoken presenter replied: "Not bad its 165. Who is the Chancellor of Germany?"
However, it was clear a red-faced Jonny was fed up of the questions and remarked: "Alright, come on, let's move on."
But Piers didn't and he went on to ask about the value of maths symbol Pie to which Jonny retorted: "Absolutely not!"
However, the journalist was quick to praise the business man when he got: "Who's the most powerful person in European politics, do you know who she is?" correct.
While Piers added: "Do you not think, Jonny, let's be honest. It [Love Island] is just a forum for complete dimwits to behave like complete dimwits."
To which Jonny defended the show and responded with: "It makes good TV – you need to lighten up a bit Piers.
"I feel like it's just entertainment really. It's not everyone's cup of tea, mate, obviously."
He added: "That’s the main audience younger people – so no offence."
During the interview, Jonny admitted that he is "jealous" but "not surprised" over former flame Tyla Carr's new romance with Mike Thalassitis.
Love Island continues daily at 9pm on ITV2 while Good Morning Britain continues on weekdays at 6am on ITV2.
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