Jimmy Kimmel's feud with Morrissey rages on.
The English singer and animal rights activist abruptly pulled out of performing on Tuesday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" when he discovered on Monday his fellow guests would be the duck-hunting stars of the A&E reality hit "Duck Dynasty."
According to E! News, on Wednesday, Kimmel tweeted "Note to Morrissey — if you have more dumb statements to make, I invite you to make them where I do, on my show." He also included a picture singer brandishing what looks like a tommy gun with the caption, "Morrissey, you are the Quarry."
Morrissey -- who's a vegan -- put out a press release after pulling out of the show, saying he "can't take the risk" morally of appearing alongside what he called "animal serial killers," referring to the Robertson family, whose exploits operating a business for duck hunters are chronicled on one of A&E's most-watched shows.
During his Tuesday monologue, Kimmel said "While I respect his stance on this, I really do, there's a very good reason why I didn't dump the 'Duck Dynasty' guys for Morrissey. And that's because they have guns," he said. "By the way, if Morrissey is this serious about being associated with meat of any kind he shouldn't do any television shows, because I guarantee when he was on Letterman last month there had to be an Outback Steakhouse commercial in the mix."
He added: "He keeps finding new ways to depress us."