As we wait to hear who will host the Oscars, Piers Morgan has announced that he just might be available.
As the CNN host put it on Wednesday's show, "his schedule has cleared a little bit" since he's no longer going to be a judge on "America's Got Talent."
"I've been a judge since the show began six years ago, and I've loved every single second," Morgan said. "I've discovered that juggling, to my surprise, really is a bit more difficult than I thought."
Welcome to the interview walk-off club, Christine O'Donnell.
When the former Delaware GOP Senate candidate appeared on "Piers Morgan Tonight" on Wednesday, one question about gay marriage led to a terse stand-off...and eventually, the end of the interview.
Host Morgan asked O'Donnell about whether she supports gay marriage, which O'Donnell found to be "a little bit rude."
Every time a celebrity announces they're expecting, the baby-name speculation begins (we're looking at you, GOOP.)
Names have ranged from the unique (Jessica Alba's new daughter Haven) to the, well, original (Jason Lee's son Pilot Inspektor) to the comic book-inspired (Nic Cage's son Kal-El).
Magician Penn Jillette, father of son Zolten and daughter Moxie CrimeFighter, spoke with CNN's Piers Morgan on Tuesday night about the thought behind those monikers.
CNN’s Piers Morgan scored an hour-long interview with embattled actor Charlie Sheen, who said he wanted to “right some terrible wrongs.”
He admitted skipping some rehearsals for “Two and a Half Men,” but insists that he was on the set and ready to go on all important days.
At one point in the interview with Morgan, Sheen pulled out results from a recent drug test that, according to him, show that he's clean. Does he wish he hadn’t done drugs? No...but he does regret smoking two packs a day for 25 years (even though he says he has the lungs of a non-smoker.)
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