Charlie Sheen talked to Piers Morgan in his first live television interview since the "Two and a Half Men" shutdown this evening. Sheen brought the results of a recent drug test to show he was clean. Piers asked him about if he had any regrets. "There's a couple things I wish I hadn't started," said Sheen. "One of them is smoking cigarettes."
And he summed it up: "I'm still alive, which is pretty cool."
Charlie Sheen will appear in his first live television interview since the "Two and a Half Men" shutdown tonight, for the full hour, on "Piers Morgan Tonight," CNN at 9pmET.
Last week Larry King made his return to CNN, in a much talked about interview with Piers Morgan. Here's a look behind-the-scenes – Larry's return to the bureau, meeting with old friends and that first moment with Piers, a few minutes before the show went live.
Bret Michaels appeared in an exclusive in-depth interview with Piers Morgan last week, set to air Wednesday. He talked about recovering from health issues, women, his rocker life and more. But he also broke news about a new tour coming this summer. FULL POST
Writer and director Kevin Smith was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" on Friday to talk about his new movie "Red State" and more. He said unlike previous movies ("'Dogma' clearly was me going 'I've got something to say,') but with this horror movie, that has changed.
"I'm done saying things in film, honestly," Smith told Piers Morgan. "I'm going to retire after the next flick." He also explained the business behind his movies: "I don't make sequels or remakes. I don't make a franchiseable movie. 'Red State' took three years to find the financing for. It's bleak. It's uncompromising. It demands a lot of the audience."
HLN's Dr. Drew Pinsky appeared on "Piers Morgan Tonight" to talk about Charlie Sheen's latest meltdown. Pinsky discussed possible ways Sheen could go about recovery, but he also discussed the way CBS has handled the situation.
"I think they've navigated this very well, because the fact is hundreds maybe thousands of jobs are affected by Charlie Sheen's behavior," Pinsky told Piers Morgan. "Because he had no problems at work, CBS probably couldn't fire him."
Earlier this week Hugh Hefner and his fiance Crystal Harris stopped by for an interview with Piers Morgan. Here's a look behind-the-scenes, as well as a green room Q&A after the interview. We asked Hef one of your questions from Twitter. @Carrie_Kane asked: "What do you find most attractive about a woman?"
"It is looks in combination with personality," said Hef. "It is what lies behind the beauty that really makes the difference. I found one beautiful inside and out." How did he think the interview went? FULL POST
On last night's "Piers Morgan Tonight", Piers Morgan interviewed movie legend Sharon Stone about a variety of topics – including that famous often-paused scene. "I think the film has held up for people," Stone said of "Basic Instinct." "And created a sort of passage for sexual identification for people." Stone also called it a film that empowered women. Stone also gave an insight into the actual shooting of the scene. "Everybody keeps claiming they see my vagina, what they really see is a little glance of pubic hair, which seemed to have stopped nations," she said.
Below, another clip from the show last night – "Piers Morgan Tonight" royal wedding correspondent Katie Nicholl talks about William and Kate. FULL POST
Exclusive: Following up on the story that broke today, that Sharon Stone had obtained a restraining order against a man who broke into her home, Piers Morgan got the details during his exclusive conversation with the actress tonight. "He is currently in a lockdown of a psychiatric unit, so we feel safe," Stone told Piers.
"As I'm sure you've come to realize with your own celebrity, you get all kinds of fans and all kinds of incidents," she said. "Less than scary I think we proceed with some sort of logic, and people are in place and understand what to do."
On the day news broke Sharon Stone had obtained a restraining order against a stalker, she sits down with Piers Morgan for a live interview tonight on "Piers Morgan Tonight." Reports TMZ:
Sharon Stone has just obtained a restraining order against an "obsessed mentally unstable delusional person," after the man broke into her L..A. home and was lying in wait.
According to the docs obtained by TMZ, the man - Bradly Gooden - claims he's the son of Hillary Clinton and wrote "The King's Speech" when he was 2 years old.
Check out the live interview tonight at 9pmET.