Coming up tonight at 9, “Piers Morgan Live” welcomes Rick Warren, and a studio audience, for an hour-long interview dealing with a myriad of topics, including personal issues, politics, and the new Pope’s fresh perspective on homosexuality and the church.
Having welcomed the senior pastor of Saddleback Church in the past, Morgan is entirely familiar with Warren's stance against same-sex marriage. However, perhaps on the heels of a new papal institution, the host revisits the issue.
"Do you believe in equality for all,” Morgan asks, a question to which he quickly received a response in the affirmative. FULL POST
Pope Francis’ actions as he has eased into the papacy have made headlines and drawn accolades from world leaders; Saddleback Pastor Rick Warren joins those applauding the Bishop of Rome.
“I am nothing but impressed by this new pope,” the bestselling author tells Piers Morgan in tonight's primetime interview. “This is a man who's spent his life working with the poor.” FULL POST
Coming up this evening at 9, "Piers Morgan Live" invites Rick Warren to join the program for a face to face, prime time interview that proves equal parts emotional and insightful.
On the heels of the terrifying new phenomenon that is the game of "knockout," the senior pastor of Saddleback Church suggests that the anonymity of the internet has supplied a venue for acts of unkindness that might otherwise go uncommitted:
"I think that the drug of choice today is fame. I think fame is more important to ... young adults today than anything else. And everybody is trying to live either, A, a perfect life on the Internet and posting like "My Perfect Life" on Instagram or it's Twitter and things like that, or if I don't have a perfect life, uh, if I can't get approval, I will get attention," Warren tells Piers Morgan. FULL POST
Nearly one year since the tragic events of the Newtown school shooting shocked the nation, and much of the world, on Wednesday audio recordings of the Sandy Hook Elementary School 911 calls were released.
Joining "Piers Morgan Live" for a face to face interview, Neil Heslin offered his reactions:
“I wish they weren’t released,” said the man who lost his 6-year-old son Jesse Lewis on that devastating day. “It’s just a sad reminder of what happened and clearly the day is etched in my mind, December 14th.”
With the one year anniversary of the massacre approaching, Heslin spoke of facing another holiday season without his child:
“I will probably take the Christmas tree down that I never took down from last year," Heslin shared with Piers Morgan. "We never decorated it. Jesse and I set it up after Thanksgiving and we were planning on decorating it that weekend.”
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On a day which saw the release of the confrontational Newtown 911 tapes, Wednesday evening saw "Piers Morgan Live" welcome the aunt of the person responsible for a shooting which claimed the lives of 27 people, including 20 young children.
Marsha Lanza is married to the brother of Adam Lanza’s father, and joining Piers Morgan for an exclusive interview, she spoke solemnly and candidly about her experience on that horrific day nearly one year ago.
Asked by the host about her emotions as news of the Sandy Hook shooting was first breaking, Lanza revealed an initial reaction of “oh no, not another one.” FULL POST
On a day which has seen the release of 911 calls placed while the Newtown school shooting was occuring, tonight at 9 "Piers Morgan Live" welcomes Rick Warren, a man all too familiar with the tragedy of losing a child as a result of firearms and mental health, two of the tenets that fueled the massacre on December 14th, 2012.
Joining Morgan in a primetime interview, Warren reveals the ways in which he walks the complicated line between being spiritual and faithful, versus being blameful and accusatory: FULL POST
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A self-described former “chubby chef with a crooked spine and flat feet,” the fit, fantastic Rocco Dispirito joined Piers Morgan on Tuesday evening, sharing secrets from his Italian cookbook, and the journey that lead him there.
A world renowned chef, Dispirito has reshaped recipes to accommodate America’s dietary needs, a phenomenon which garnered the "Piers Morgan Live" hosts interest:
“How do you persuade America and Americans who, from my experience as a Brit coming here, eat gargantuan portions of everything” he asked.
To answer the question, Dispirito told his triumphant tale, one that began with a harrowing trip to the doctor: FULL POST
As a fitting close to our hour-long tribute to all things weight loss, coming up at 9 fitness instructor and Flywheel co-founder Ruth Zukerman puts Piers Morgan through his paces, while a live studio audience giggles along.
“So, this is like a bike, right?” asks Morgan, clearly a stranger to physical exercise of any kind.
Zukerman, who has been a fitness instructor for more than 20 years, came up with the idea for the technology-added performance bikes in 2010, which allows the student to work smartly and effectively at a pace suited to their needs and abilities.
Clad in shirtsleeves sans tie, Morgan gives it a try, as Zuckerman shows him how to amp up the resistance: FULL POST
Coming up this evening at 9, Piers Morgan welcomes a full studio audience, and a collection of insightful and entertaining guests, as he hosts a lively and informative hour entitled “Losing It: America’s Fat Obsession.”
With the program dedicated to healthy eating and weight loss, the "Piers Morgan Live" host welcomes Jared Fogle, the American icon best known for becoming the face of Subway after losing 245 pounds through a daily ritual centered around eating exclusively from the sandwich chain.
The international brand capitalized on Fogle's success, making him and his “fat pants” the stars of their new ad campaign. Welcoming the fit guru via satellite, Morgan began by asking his guest if he still dines on Subway. FULL POST