Charlotte Crosby has fired back at Ulrika Jonsson after she compared her lips to "two Michelin tyres" before she had her fillers dissolved.
The Geordie Shore star, 32, said that she pitied people who feel the need to "tear other people down".
In her recent Sun column, Ulrika, 55, asked: "What did Charlotte see when she looked in the mirror at her swollen, augmented lips?"
"In another part of La-La Land, Charlotte Crosby of Geordie Shore fame has posted pictures of herself looking battered and bruised after having her lip fillers dissolved," Ulrika spat.
"Clearly, the prospect of carrying on walking around as if you have two Michelin tyres attached to your mouth no longer appeals," she continued.
She described her as a "pretty girl", who "decided to mess with her face" and even joked that it must be hard for her to speak and eat.
Charlotte took to Instagram to share her thoughts on Ulrika's column by sharing a photo of it.
"I can't believe we still live in a world where women still want to tear other woman down and men also for that matter. It's even more bizarre that newspapers still allow it to be printed.
"The woman who wrote this article has managed to take a swipe at three people in this short piece," she added with a load of clapping emojis.
"I cannot help but feel slightly sorry for people who need to tear others apart in a desperate bid for attention. Or to grab a few more readers," Charlotte concluded.
Ulrika also dragged Katie Price into it, and said that she was "addicted" to plastic surgery after she had her sixteenth boob job.
Former Celebrity Big Brother winner Charlotte filmed herself during a trip to a beautician where she had her lip fillers dissolved in a bid for a more natural look.
She explained that her decision to make her lips smaller was down to her late grandmother, who apparently didn't like her plumped lips.
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Charlotte told her fans that "something has changed inside me", adding: "Me nana hated my lips, so if she knew I was getting this done, she'd be smiling from heaven."
"They are horrendously bruised. They are so bruised. I don't know when this bruising is going to go down," she said on her YouTube video.
She added: "The bruising is bad but I bruise quite bad anyway. You want to see when I got my bloods taken at the hospital. My arms were in bits!"
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