Piers Morgan is still calling for Little Mix to pay him for using a clip of him on Good Morning Britain on their tour.
The girl group use footage of Piers as an introduction to their song Wasabi.
In the video shown on stage, Piers in the wake of their body-shaming row, says: Little Mix I think you need to make a public apology. If youve got the balls, come on this programme and say it to my face.
The video then loops before they kick off the song with: Come and say it to my face.
The presenter claimed the group are using him to drum up attention and threatened to send them a large invoice.
Despite Little Mix firing back by revealing Good Morning Britain approved the use of the clip, Piers is still incensed.
On Wednesdays episode he insisted the Salute singer should run him his coin.
Little Mix uses Piers Morgan as an intro to “Wasabi”, after he showcased constant hatred against them! pic.twitter.com/u326lV9tXX
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He said: Did you get permission from me in writing? Which means you owe me a massive check now.
I dont need to say it to your faces, youve put me on a video screen.
Not like Piers to back down from a bit of healthy debate…
On Twitter last night, the X Factor winners said: Someones telling porkie pieeees your bosses at GMB signed it off, including you…soz hun.
Piers you gorgey hun, we know youve always been our number 1 fan weve got a ticket at the box office with your name on it #comeandsayittomyface.
Their feud came after Jesy, Jade, Perrie and Leigh-Anne posed naked with insults used against them painted on their bodies.
Piers said at the time: Get your kit off, airbrush yourself to within an inch of your lives. Whats the point of it? Using nudity to sell their album.