It's not, we just need the same courage & resolve. https://t.co/vuT1J9FOKY
Lorraine accidentally propositioned her co-host on 'Good Morning Britain' on Monday after he gave her a pillow with his face printed on it.
Serious amounts of awkward on British daytime TV today as ‘Good Morning Britain’ host Lorraine Kelly shocked viewers with a suggestive comment she made to co-presenter Piers Morgan when he presented her with a birthday present.
The amusing exchange took place on the ITV weekday morning show on Monday (November 30th) when Morgan gave his colleague a present for her 56th birthday live on air. It was a heart-shaped pillow emblazoned with his face, which temporarily caused Lorraine to forget she was live on air.
Piers Morgan laughed off the embarrassing exchange as he left the ITV studios on Monday
The 21 year old 'X Factor' hopeful was voted off the show on Sunday night, and has been doing a day of media appearances on Monday.
Upon his exit from ‘The X Factor’ – for good, this time – eliminated contestant Mason Noise has said that he wasn’t taking part in the show to win and that he’s “relieved” to have left.
Having already been granted a reprieve five weeks ago by being brought back by judge Nick Grimshaw, after fellow hopeful Tom Bleasby unexpectedly dropped out of the show voluntarily, the controversial 21 year old was finally voted off the show having received the least amount of support from the public on Sunday (November 22nd).
Mason Noise, who was eliminated from 'The X Factor' on Sunday (Nov 22)
Continue reading: 'X Factor' Reject Mason Noise Says He Wasn't In The Show To Win
The journalist and presenter will join Susanna Reid on the couch three days a week starting in November.
Piers Morgan has landed a new role, as a permanent member of the ‘Good Morning Britain’ presenting team. Morgan will appear on the morning show three days a week alongside co-host Susanna Reid, starting in November.
Piers Morgan has joined the 'Good Morning Britain' presenting team.
Speaking about the role Morgan told MailOnline ‘'I am very excited at the prospect of waking up at 3am every morning, and even more excited by the thought of how annoying Susanna is going to find me after a few months.”
The former Sex Pistols singer believes that the BBC banned him because he had threatened to reveal Savile's behaviour back in 1978.
John Lydon has said that his ban from BBC radio for speaking out against Jimmy Savile at the start of his career still rankles with him nearly forty years later.
Lydon, the former lead singer of punk icons the Sex Pistols and now the post-punk veterans Public Image Ltd., gave an interview back in 1978 in which he said the disgraced former presenter Savile was “into all sorts of seediness. We all know about it but we’re not allowed to talk about it. I know some rumours.”
Speaking to Piers Morgan for his 'Life Stories' show, the 59 year old said: “I’m very, very bitter that the likes of Savile and the rest of them were allowed to continue. I did my bit, I said what I had to. But they didn’t air that.”
"Haters gonna hate and fakers gonna fake" say Sir Ian McKellen, Morgan Freeman and many more in the brilliant cut-up video.
The Oxford Union, the debating society at Oxford University is trying to persuade Taylor Swift to travel to the city to give a speech by releasing a hilarious mash-up video of former guest speakers reciting the lyrics to her hit single ‘Shake It Off’.
Stephen Fry kicks off the clip opening with the line “I stay up too late”, before a range of prestigious speakers including Morgan Freeman, Sir Patrick Stewart, Piers Morgan, Richard Dawkins, Sir Ian McKellen, FIFA president Sepp Blatter and ‘Gangnam Style’ singer Psy are cut up and rearranged to recite other key lines from the song. You can check out the clip at the bottom of the page.
Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off' is the subject of a brilliant mash-up video by Oxford Uni's debating society
Continue reading: Oxford Union Makes "Shake It Off" Mash-Up Video
The ex-CNN talk show host will be returning to 'America's Got Talent' as a guest panellist later this year.
Four years after he left the show, Piers Morgan has announced that he’ll be returning to the panel of ‘America’s Got Talent’ this year – as a guest judge. The British columnist and talking head announced the news on Twitter on Tuesday just ahead of the premiere of the show’s new season.
The tenth season of the NBC favourite kicked off last night (Tuesday May 26th), and the sometimes controversial journalist posted on Twitter: “BREAKING NEWS: America's Got Talent returns for Season 10 tonight... and I return to the judges' desk later this summer.”
Piers Morgan is returning to 'America's Got Talent' as a guest judge
Continue reading: Piers Morgan To Return As Guest Judge On 'America's Got Talent'
Madonna has weighed in on the Dolce and Gabbana IVF controversy. Which other celebrities have offered their views?
Madonna has offered her opinion on the Dolce And Gabbana controversy and firmly supports Elton John's views. The controversy stems from a comment made by designer Domenico Dolce in an interview in an Italian magazine, Panorama. In the interview, Dolce described children born by IVF as "synthetic babies". The March issue of the magazine was released on 12th March but the backlash against the duo continues with many celebrities and LGBT groups calling for a boycott of the label and protesters picketing D&G stores.
Madonna at the 57th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles in February 2015.
The 49 year-old Brit took to Twitter to announce his CNN contract has officially expired.
Piers Morgan is officially no longer employed by CNN. The English broadcaster has departed from the cable network five months after 'Piers Morgan Live,' the show he anchored, aired its final episode back in March.
Morgan announced his CNN contract had expired via Twitter
Morgan took to Twitter on Tuesday (Sept 2nd) to confirm that he has officially left CNN, and even revealed he turned down a new contract to emcee 40 news specials over two years, which was offered to him by CNN boss Jeff Zucker.
Continue reading: It's Official: Piers Morgan Is No Longer Employed By CNN
Piers Morgan has abruptly announced his departure from CNN, but is he sending out a message to potential suitors?
Piers Morgan, whose brash interviewing style looked like it may even work stateside for a short period, has left CNN, announcing his departure on Twitter. The 49-year-old never reached the venerable heights of his processor 'Larry King Live' and although proving hugely entertaining at times, he is now no longer an employee of the network.
Piers Morgan has officially left CNN [Getty/Ramin Talaie]
Morgan's primetime show was cancelled six months ago but, according to the Guardian, he apparently remained on the payroll as negotiations continued over a new role at the network. However, when offered the chance by CNN boss Jeff Zucker to host 40 interview specials over a two-year period, Morgan declined.
Continue reading: Piers Morgan Declines New Deal At CNN, Announces His Departure
A Google search for Katherine Heigl returns 49,400,000 results in 0.27 seconds.
Katherine Heigl has been criticised by the British journalist turned chat show host Piers Morgan for suing pharmacy Duane Reade for $6 million after it tweeted out a picture of the actress leaving the store.
Katherine Heigl Is Suing Duane Reade For $6 Million
The 'Knocked Up' star was snapped leaving a New York branch of the drug store last month, carrying several shopping bags. The photograph was used on the store's Facebook and Twitter page, along with the caption: "Love a quick #DuaneReade run? Even @KatieHeigl can't resist shopping #NYC's favorite drugstore." Heigl is seeking $6 million in compensation.
It's not, we just need the same courage & resolve. https://t.co/vuT1J9FOKY
ISIS will kill a lot more than that if we let them. https://t.co/ruRyztksSH
Time to DIME these ISIS monsters. My column: https://t.co/boqx9ER2we
RT @OluOgundele: Recommended: @piersmorgan's latest pull out on ISIS: https://t.co/yidQicbKZm. Spot on logic. Especially the 'DIME' approa…
ISIS wants the whole world to be one fundamentalist caliphate. Get real. https://t.co/WvGYrTQmyn
No, I campaigned very hard against the Iraq War as editor of the @DailyMirror. Unfortunately, I lost. https://t.co/ZWyzCncoo9
Many of my family have served or do serve in the armed forces. https://t.co/M4z7FB6sJw
Fighting & defeating the Nazis was a justified war. Or would you rather all Jews had been exterminated? https://t.co/fEoaepKaW5
Yes, no civilian ever wants to see bombs. That doesn't make it wrong to use them against an enemy like ISIS. https://t.co/WBJykRQpDY
We're not 'going to war', we're IN a war. Now we have to win it. https://t.co/boqx9ER2we
I don't say that. READ it. https://t.co/t31aFjAM13
That is also vitally important, as I say in the column. https://t.co/9UKdIp8IbY
Name me a single war, justified or otherwise, where civilians didn't get killed? https://t.co/LF4zh9JB5s
RT @Tee4Tash: This the most sensible thing I've read in a while. ISIS isn't gonna go away just because it hasn't hit you yet.. https://t.c…
RT @BloodyBappy: Gotta agree with @piersmorgan ISIS is not only threat to Europe it's also threat to middle eastern countries. https://t.c…
Since I realised no other 'experts' seem to have worked out a way to beat them yet. https://t.co/l2s35xQoKC
ISIS will attack the UK whether we bomb them in Syria or not. Get real, everyone. https://t.co/boqx9ER2we
RT @DebzMitch: It's not often I agree with things @piersmorgan says but this I do! We can't keep burying our heads in the sand! https://t.c…
Yes, except the Daily Mail said the complete opposite... https://t.co/JVmOQEspuu
It's not 'war-mongering' to support bombing ISIS. It's part of a way to stop the war that's already raging. https://t.co/boqx9Ezr7E