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Chelsea Handler has never been afraid to say what's on her mind, not even to Piers Morgan.
Handler was recently interviewed on his CNN nightly news program "Piers Morgan Live" to promote her new book, "Uganda Be Kidding Me," when at one point, the two appeared to be clearly over exchanging pleasantries. Video of the interview can be viewed below.
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Chelsea Handler had Piers Morgan on her show "Chelsea Lately" on Wednesday, January 30, and the two hosts bickered with each other in a playful way, starting with Handler asking Morgan, "What are you looking at?"
"You've either had plastic surgery or a makeover because you look really hot today," Morgan, who hosts "Piers Morgan Tonight," said.
Some viewers are seeking to keep Piers Morgan in the United States after a petition was started last week seeking to deport the CNN host back to the United Kingdom after the host became outspoken about being in favor of gun control.
A new petition was created on December 25 on the White House website called "Keep Piers Morgan in the USA" and has 6,372 as of this writing.
Piers Morgan, the CNN talk show host who is often outspoken on Twitter and is usually direct when interviewing celebrities on his talk show "Piers Morgan Tonight," recently took to his Twitter account to defend his views on gun control to his 3 million followers.
Morgan, who has been outspoken in his views on gun control following the Newtown, Connecticut, tragedy, utilized the social media outlet to respond to a White House petition that was started that states that the British citizen should be deported for "attacking the second amendment."
A BBC quiz show host and news presenter told UK media ethics inquiry on Wednesday that Piers Morgan, a CNN host and former "America's Got Talent" judge, once taught him how to hack into phones.
The man, Jeremy Paxman, said the issue was discussed during lunch about 10 years ago, when Morgan worked as an editor of the tabloid The Daily Mirror, which is one of several newspapers that have been targeted by the probe. Morgan has denied any wrongdoing but Tweeted: "Right - that's the last time I'm inviting Jeremy Paxman to lunch. Ungrateful little wretch."
Piers Morgan, a CNN host and former "America's Got Talent" judge, has testified at a media ethics probe that he listed to what a lawyer said was a voice mail Paul McCartney had left on Heather Mills' cell phone.
Morgan, a former UK tabloid editor, made his comments on Tuesday, December 20, via a video call from the United States, where he works. Check out a video of Piers Morgan testifying at the media ethics probe.
Piers Morgan of CNN's 'Piers Morgan Tonight' and his wife Celia Walden welcomed their first child together, the British television host confirmed on Twitter.
"It's true. I've become a dad for the 4th time, to a baby girl called Elise. She's absurdly beautiful, and utterly adorable," Morgan wrote on November 26.
Piers Morgan says he is leaving his job as a judge on "America's Got Talent" after six years to focus on his CNN talk show, "Piers Morgan Tonight."
The 46-year-old British television personality and former newspaper editor had sat on the judges' panel on the NBC reality show since it premiered in 2006. His CNN series premiered in January following the departure of Larry King. Check out a video of Piers Morgan's announcement below. Do you think 'America's Got Talent' be as good without him? Vote in our poll.
Piers Morgan of CNN's 'Piers Morgan Tonight' and his wife Celia Walden are expecting their first child together, the host confirmed on Twitter.
Morgan, 46, and Walden, 34, who is a feature writer for the U.K.'s Daily Telegraph, got married in June 2010 after four years together. Walden is four months pregnant and Morgan confirmed the news on Twitter on Sunday morning, linking to a pregnancy report and writing, "This is true."
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Cat Deeley, the host of "So You Think You Can Dance" will be hosting CNN's coverage of the Royal Wedding alongside Anderson Cooper and Piers Morgan and tells BBC that she's pretty nervous.
"Apparently over 750 million people - I want to say thousand, but it's million people. I think I just vomited into my own mouth slightly - are going to be watching it," Deeley told BBC. "There's a week of festivities and fingers crossed it's going to be good."
Piers Morgan's buzzed about interview with Charlie Sheen on Monday helped his CNN show, "Piers Morgan Tonight," reach its highest ratings with 1.3 million viewers since the show launched in January with 2.1 million.
Morgan, who recently claimed he was the one who suggested Sheen join Twitter, talked about his experience interviewing Sheen and defends the actor's "right to party" during his appearance on "Conan" on Tuesday.