Controversial British broadcaster Piers Morgan is vowing vengeance on the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, ahead of the debut of his new column.
Morgan has been out of work since he stormed off the Good Morning Britain breakfast show he co-hosted for six years in the UK, after a heated dispute with an activist about comments he made about Markle.
Morgan directed a barrage of criticism towards Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, particularly following their decision to step back as senior royals last year to pursue independence and financial freedom in America.
He also took exception to the couple's bombshell, tell-all interview with talk show host Oprah Winfrey, during which the Duchess made a series of shocking claims against the Royal Family and stunning revelations into her life as a former working royal.
Morgan announced his new column called Piers Morgan Uncensored for the UK tabloid newspaper The Sun on Saturday (NZ time) - where he warned Markle is in for a "very unpleasant surprise".
"The column is called Uncensored because it does what it says on the tin," he said. "Effectively I was censored at my previous job and told to apologise to Meghan Markle for an honestly held opinion, which obviously I wasn't going to do.
"Pushy little Princess Pinocchio tried her utmost to cancel me, and she will be in for a very unpleasant surprise when I emerge, like Lazarus, from my den.
"It was a pretty bruising experience on Good Morning Britain but I'm now working somewhere where I'm free to express my opinions."
Morgan has promised to try to cancel the cancel culture in his new column.
"I want to single-handedly lead the charge around the world to end cancel culture," he said. "People are sick of being told what to find funny, how to dress, what to drink, how to behave, what books they can read, what movies they can enjoy.
"The woke brigade have a narrow, humourless, draconian view, it's a form of fascism."
Morgan said his new column won't just target Markle and he is out to voice his true opinion on everyone and all the issues.
"Narcissistic celebrities, hypocritical politicians, virtue-signalling junior members of the Royal family... your worst nightmare I'm afraid. I'm back!"
The new weekly column will get Morgan's opinion of the events and issues during the week in his combative style.
"Every time Meghan and Harry try and pull a fast one on the royals I'll be there to hold them to account," he promised.
Morgan has also come out slamming Prince Andrew, calling him "dull" and saying the Prince is damaging the monarchy over allegations he sexually abused a teenager in 2001.
"I found him quite dull, and he's always treated the media with lofty disdain," he said.
"His constant refusal to subject himself to an FBI interview under oath is looking increasingly damning.
"The whole situation is frankly scandalous. If he thinks he can sit this out and restore his position in public life, then he's living in cloud cuckoo land.
"His situation is more damaging to the monarchy than Meghan and Harry. He's damaging the Royal Family with every day that passes."