Emily Ratajkowski Is a ‘Global Bimbo,’ Piers Morgan Says

“She likes to take all her clothes off and then claim that it’s promoting feminism”

Good news, Emily Ratajkowski — you’re global!

Now the bad news…

Media personality Piers Morgan escalated his war of words against model/actress Emily Ratajkowski, declaring her to be a “global bimbo.”

Morgan made the assessment on Wednesday’s edition of “Good Morning Britain,” a day after calling the “Gone Girl” actress to task for a video and photo shoot in which a lingerie-clad Ratajkowski writhed in pasta.

“She’s a global bimbo,” Morgan declared.

Morgan’s cohost, Susanna Reid, countered with a suggestion that her cohort has “a personal vendetta” against Ratajkowski, an allegation that left Morgan unfazed.

“She likes to take all her clothes off and then claim that it’s promoting feminism,” Morgan continued.

As video footage of Ratajkowski’s pasta shoot played onscreen, Morgan continued, “She’s just posted something on Instagram about how what we’re watching now is unbelievably empowering to feminists.”

Morgan’s declaration on Wednesday was hardly the first time that he has taken Ratajkowski to task for shedding her clothes in the name of empowerment. On Tuesday, he reflected on the shoot, which was for the annual Love advent calendar.

“This is Emily Ratajkowski ‘promoting feminism,'” Morgan tweeted, along with a collage of the images, on Tuesday. “Somewhere, Emmeline Pankhurst just vomited,” Morgan added, referring to the leader of the British suffragette movement.

In July 2016, Morgan called out Ratajkowski for a Lady Godiva-themed photo shoot for Harper’s Bazaar.

“Do you want me to buy you some clothes? You look freezing.” Morgan wrote.

“@piersmorgan thanks, but I don’t need clothes as much as you need press,” Ratajkowski shot back.

That back-and-forth was preceded by an incident during which Morgan took aim at “Gone Girl” actress Ratajkowski and her friend Kim Kardashian after the two posed topless on social media back in March.

“Just a thought @KimKardashian @emrata – but you could always try wearing a little dignity?” Morgan huffed at the time, adding, “RIP feminism.”