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This Morning viewers have applauded guest host Rochelle Humes for taking on a trophy hunting OnlyFans model on Tuesdays episode of the ITV show.
Michaela Fialova, from Czech Republic, makes a whopping £3,000 a week selling racy snaps in which she poses with dead animals she's killed.
She claims it's to stop overpopulation and that the money is raised for conservation charities, however it didn't sit well with Rochelle or Phillip Schofield.
Pop star Rochelle couldn't hide her disgust with Michaela, asking her how she could kill the animals and saying she teaches her children to love animals.
Viewers on Twitter backed Rochelle, with one saying: "Keep telling that hunting b****where to go. Don't hold back. She's making rubbish excuses for her behaviour."
Another laughed: "Rochelle was raging."
A third commented: "Well done Rochelle for defending your corner and holding this stupid woman to account."
Someone else said: "Go on Rochelle Humes you tell her."
And a fifth added: "Rochelle's fuming. Too b****y right."
Michaela started hunting with her family when she was 13, but became obsessed with it in 2013.
She previously said: "I plan to continue uploading as much content as possible so that I'm able to fund the veterinary care for animals in need.
"This is why I started off my journey in the first place – to help and protect the animals."
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