Susanna and the Strictly Come Dancing star, 69, went head-to-head as they discussed women's rights in light of the marches that occurred over the weekend.
Clearly siding with Susanna's co-host Piers Morgan, who has incessantly slammed the marches, Ann blasted the protests as "pathetic".
"I can remember when women were unequal and nowadays it's gone completely the other way. All of these women shortlists, women have advantages on all custody cases in the court," she began.
Ann Widdecombe and Susanna Reid went head-to-head during today's Good Morning Britain
Ann didn't hold back when it came to giving her view on the women's marches
I can remember when women were unequal and nowadays it's gone completely the other way.
"They weren't arguing, they were shouting. We've got advantages which men haven't got and I think that it's gone very unfairly the other way."
And Ann didn't hold back when it came to giving Susanna, 46, a piece of her mind after the journalist claimed that women still weren't paid the same wages as their male counterparts.
"That's nonsense!" Ann fumed, before the broadcaster attempted to interject.
"May I finish Susanna," the Sugar Free Farm star demanded, before insisting that women often work part-time or take more time off than men because of childcare.
While Piers, 51, is no stranger to challenging his co-host on the breakfast show, to seemed the star still wasn't taking things far enough as Ann ordered: "Stand up for yourself, Piers!"
Ann labelled the marches 'pathetic' as Piers Morgan nodded in agreement
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Ann didn't take lightly to Susanna interrupting her
"Still chuckling at Ann Widdecombe shouting at me to 'stand up for yourself, man!' over feminist emasculation of male gender…" Piers enthused on Twitter just moments after.
However, there were those who disagreed with Ann's view, as one viewer raged: "Ann Widdecombe claiming that women's rights are no longer need as women are totally equal – white upper class privilege talking there #gmb."
"And to all the people agreeing with #AnnWiddecombe saying that women have equality, oh how I wish we could all live in your world. Wake up!" seethed a further.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.