The Nancy Kerrigan vs. Tonya Harding debate is one that will never be forgotten but in case we needed a little refresher, the new movie I, Tonya starring Margot Robbie can remind you.
In the movie, Robbie plays a significantly hotter version of Harding and the whole premise is to show Harding's side of it all.
Whether it is for sympathy or not, we're not really sure but what we do know is that Piers Morgan wants none of it!
“Maybe it suits you to play the victim, but the victim in all this wasn’t you, it was Nancy Kerrigan who had her Olympic dream shattered,” said Morgan.
Morgan's comments really ticked off Harding but she was convinced to stay on the satellite interview. Eventually Morgan asked the question everyone wants the answer to, whether or not she knew the attack had been planned.
Harding replied saying no and Morgan decided that was a great time to end the interview.
Now, there's a third side to the story. Nancy's, Tonya's, and Pierce's. Let the games begin..