Don't expect Alec Baldwin to willingly appear on TMZ anytime soon.
The actor told Piers Morgan he is not a fan of the paparazzi and wishes he could wash them out of his life – so to speak.
"My attitude is that the business would be infinitely better if all of them were gone," Baldwin said. "If I could press a button tomorrow and flush them all down some swirling sewer vortex I would do it."
Perhaps there's something in the air in the green room, because the strangest things seem to happen on Piers Morgan's talk show.
The latest disappearing act was pulled on Wednesday by scheduled guest Kelsey Grammer, who apparently caught a photo of his ex-wife, Camille, during an opening segment of "Piers Morgan Tonight" and then decided to make an exit.
Actress Eva Longoria is more than just an actress.
The former "Desperate Housewives" star is serving as a national co-chair for President Obama's re-election campaign, and she'll address delegates tonight at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Wednesday night, Longoria spoke with CNN's Piers Morgan about why she's chosen to be politically active. Watch the above video to hear why she's concerned about the Republican Party's stance on abortion.
Once you're done, click here to hear more from Longoria about politics, fashion and more!
An officially single Russell Brand appeared on "Piers Morgan Tonight" on Tuesday, and things got a little intimate.
The 37-year-old actor/comedian, whose divorce from pop star Katy Perry was finalized this week, revealed that he's been keeping his anger in check with a technique that's been taking precedence over more adult activities.
Michelle Pfeiffer admits in a new interview that vanity played a part in her decision to adopt a vegan lifestyle, but she adds that more than anything it was because of a desire to live a healthier life.
The 54-year-old actress tells Dr. Sanjay Gupta on Monday's edition of "Piers Morgan Tonight" that watching his documentary, "The Last Heart Attack," gave her plenty of food for thought.
"I was finishing up working on, I think it was 'Dark Shadows,'" she says. "And I was watching CNN, and 'The Last Heart Attack' came on."
It was hard to hear what Andy Cohen was saying outside a Bethesda, Maryland restaurant.
All anyone could hear is shrieking and yelling by his fans who waited for hours for a chance to meet the Bravo TV executive and host of that network's "Watch What Happens Live" talk show. It was a big reception for a man who was a news producer behind the camera for so long.
In an interview with CNN’s “Reliable Sources" host Howard Kurtz, Cohen talks about his experience covering hard news, long before filming “Real Housewives” and “Top Chef.”
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