Oh Piers Morgan, this won't go over well.

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Morgan, who just appeared on Season 10 of America's Got Talent last night as a guest judge, has given the Brown and Houston families some unsolicited advice -- and it's not pretty.

With the recent death of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina, Morgan is suggesting to the famous clan they should keep quiet.

"The single best tribute that any of this family can now pay to Whitney and Bobbi Kristina is to shut the f-ck up," Morgan wrote in a column for the Daily Mail.

Morgan compared the events surrounding Whitney's 2012 death, funeral and burial as "one desperately sad circus."

"We watched family members bitterly accusing each other of all manner of nefarious activity; friends, and pretend friends, of the late singer trading insults over who knew her best," he said, calling it all "heartless bullsh-t," he said.

Morgan argued that, just like Whitney, Bobbi Kristina died in a bathtub, but the true killer was fame.

"Where were all these 'caring' people when it really mattered? When Whitney and Bobbi Kristina were lying submerged in their baths?" he explained.

"Now they all come crawling out of the woodwork like blood-thirsty leeches, desperate to claim their stake in the residual Houston fame game, ravenous for any dollars that may slide their way."

Morgan expressed how the family handled Bobbi Kristina's death just as poorly as Whitney's. For one, the former America's Got Talent judge was disgusted by the "gaudy gold funeral hearse" that carried Bobbi Kristina's body to the New Jersey cemetery.

"There were the same crowds, same banners, same cops, same paparazzi, same TV networks," Morgan wrote.

"All in their own way feeding off it like eager vultures dive-bombing a dead gazelle's carcass... A perfect embodiment of what so many superstar lives sadly become -- a soulless, greed-infested shark pool of self-interested groupies, hangers-on and ruthless relatives."
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Bobbi Kristina was found face down and unresponsive in her Roswell, GA, home's bathtub on January 31. She spent months in the hospital on life support and in a medically induced coma, as her family prayed for some type of recovery. Bobbi Kristina was declared dead at age 22 on July 26.