PIERS Morgan has branded Shamima Begum an “ISIS bride monster” after she appeared on Good Morning Britain.

The Newick-born TV presenter was quick to respond to Shamima’s interview on his former show.

In a tweet shared to his eight million Twitter followers, Piers: “Just as well I’m not interviewing this lying, snivelling, cold-hearted, self-serving ISIS bride monster or I’d have seriously lost my temper by now.

“Begum should never be allowed back to Britain. Let her rot in the terror bed she made for herself.”

Shamima left the UK to join ISIS in Syria aged 15.

The 22-year-old is accused of playing an active role in the terrorist organisation, which she denies.

In 2019, she was found nine months pregnant in a Syrian refugee camp.

The Argus: Shamima Begum speaking during an interview on Good Morning Britain Shamima Begum speaking during an interview on Good Morning Britain

Sajid Javid, who was Home Secretary at the time, stripped her of her UK citizenship on national security grounds.

She previously said the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing, in which 22 people, was similar to military strikes on ISIS strongholds and called the terror attack "retaliation".

In a follow tweet, Piers questioned as to why the interview was going ahead at all.

“Interesting times we live in when an ISIS terror bride is allowed to exercise her right to freedom of speech on GMB, but I wasn’t.”

The presenter left the breakfast show after comments made about the Duchess of Sussex during her interview with Oprah Winfrey.

His comments sparked more than 50,000 complaints - the most in watchdog Ofcom’s history.

Ofcom ruled his comments were “potentially harmful and highly offensive” but were thoroughly challenged by his co-host Susanna Reid and ITV News’s royal editor Chris Ship during the programme.

Shamima used the hour-long interview to apologise for joining ISIS as a teenager.

She told the programme that she was willing to return to the UK to face terror charges, but insisted that she had done nothing other than be a "mother and a wife."

Shamima said she would "rather die than go back to ISIS" and said she wanted to help the UK government with their fight against terror.

In her final answer of the interview, she said: "No one can hate me more than I hate myself."