If it's not Jeremy Clarkson, Sir Alan Sugar or Kim Kardashian, it seems the only qualification you need to have in order to start a Twitter feud with journalist Piers Morgan is the fact that a) you breathe oxygen and b) are able to prove you're successful.
So, of course, it didn't take long before the Good Morning Britain presenter went on a tirade against Lady Gaga and Madonna's recent revelations about their experiences of sexual assault.
Taking Twitter, the 51-year-old tweeted: 'Lady Gaga & Madonna have both made allegations of rape many years after the event. No police complaint, no charges, no court case'.
The news comes a week after Madonna gave a speech for her Billboard women in music award about misogyny and feminism and Gaga's admission on the Today Show that she suffers from PTSD, after being raped at the age of 19 by a man 20 years her senior.
'I don't think all claims of rape should be necessarily accepted as fact without proper criminal investigation, do you? I wouldn't automatically believe anything either Madonna or Lady Gaga claimed about their lives,' he added.
He also went onto say that Gaga's claims of suffering PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) following her rape was 'vainglorious nonsense', adding 'I come from a big military family. It angers me when celebrities start claiming 'PTSD' about everything to promote themselves.'
In response, the songstress replied to Morgan's tweets with decorum and eloquence, tweeting:
'I've worked with our VP Joe Biden on helping educate people about why women don't report, would love to share it with you some time.'
As a result of their Twitter debate, Gaga agreed to a meeting with Morgan to educate him about why his vile criticism of rape victims coming forward was so offensive to men and women around the world.
However, she didn't seem too impressed with him using this as a means of promoting his own air time, adding:
Can we just point out that generalising allegations of rape to be false is exactly why women (and men) fail to report these heinous crimes.
Morgan's vile tirade against these women's revelations of sexual assault further perpetuates the disregard of women taking the courage to speak out against assault and sexism in society.
Also, is just us or does anyone else fail to see the vanity is admitting you've been raped?
All we want for Christmas is Piers Morgan to educate himself on women's rights.