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The 48-year-old caused a stir on social media when she cut short a chat with Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid after she was left unimpressed with her interview strapline, which read: "Patsy Palmer: Addict to Wellness Guru."
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Speaking after the interview, the former EastEnders actress has lashed out at those who were critical of her abrupt behaviour.
"I keep seeing people saying 'get over yourself,'" she said. "I have gotten over my old self years ago and no longer wish to discuss it when I only have five minutes' air time.
"I have been a people pleaser my whole life. I'm not a journalist so I don't want to report on other people's lives on TV. I never have and never will, let's leave that up to the journalists."
She hinted she was left irritated by being asked Meghan and Harry's move to America, and whether she found the press in America less intrusive.
"You might see a lot of things in the tabloids that you think I say but I don't," Patsy continued. "I am not going to waste those precious five minutes talking about things that are 20 years old or about Megan and Harry.
"If I post things on social media in reaction to a tv show or an article I've read about something that's my platform."
Speaking briefly about being open and honest in the public eye, she then had a direct message for the "trolls and haters" who were judging her for leaving the interview.
"GO F**K YOURSELVES," Patsy said. "I've worked hard on myself to remove negativity from my life and the lives of my children so if anyone has a problem with that you need to go at take a look at your lives and wonder what drives you to jump on here to attack me for standing my ground.
"If you are parents doing that then shame on you. I hope you find some joy amidst all the madness."
Patsy, who moved to Malibu in 2014, was originally on the show to talk about her new business.
But after seeing the strapline, which Ben and Susanna apologised for at the time, she chose to quit live on air.
"You know what actually, I don't even want to do this interview because I don't even want to look at what it says at the bottom of that screen," she said.
"So I'm just going to switch off, do a real Piers Morgan and just say, it's not okay to have 'addict to wellness guru' at the bottom of the screen."
Good Morning Britain continues weekdays from 6am on ITV.
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