Producer Harvey Weinstein, who just won the Best Picture Oscar for "The King's Speech," was a guest tonight on "Piers Morgan Tonight." He discussed Charlie Sheen in the wake of the recent interview by Piers Morgan. "I know Les Moonves," said Weinstein of the CBS CEO. "Charlie's playing a losing game."
"Not one show is going to make the difference to CBS," he said. "He's a dangerous guy to go against." But would Weinstein still hire Sheen? FULL POST
Piers Morgan's interview with Sen. Scott Brown airs tonight, and the emotional interview touches on family, Brown's history of abuse and more. "To have your dad after 51 years come up and say 'I'm sorry for everything,' it was like, great," said Brown of reconciling with his father. "It was tough but good,"
Check out the full interview at 9pmET. Also tonight – Harvey Weinstein, producer of Best Picture "The King's Speech," live.
With less than 10 minutes to go before "Piers Morgan Tonight" went live on the air, Charlie Sheen still had not arrived at the CNN LA bureau last night (here's some backstory). But his car pulled up, out came his friend Tony Todd and assistants Rick Calamaro and Stacey, and just a few minutes later he was on the air talking to Piers Morgan.
Check out the scene when Sheen arrived, including Piers coming to say hi before the interview. More below: FULL POST
Piers Morgan sat down with Bret Michaels for a lengthy, in-depth interview about life, health, music and more. The full interview airs tomorrow night at 9pmET, but we also talked to Michaels in the green room for a post-show Q&A. "Piers, first of all, was drunk most of the interview, which I found to be very interesting," said Michaels. "What I love about Piers is he's really into it, even when he's kind of nodding off."
So what does Bret Michaels, "Celebrity Apprentice" winner, think would happen if Piers Morgan, "Celebrity Apprentice" winner," was on the same season as him? FULL POST
Another clip from Piers Morgan's interview with Charlie Sheen. After Piers asked about the future of Sheen and CBS, Sheen said, "I start hearng stories about 'they're going to hire John Stamos.'"
Sheen didn't think that would work out. "If you guys do that you deserve everything that happens later," he said to CBS. "Sorry John, you're a lovely man, but you got on me on Howard Stern, bro, and I don't forget anything."
Each day, we here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" will put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.
For March 1, 2011, winning and losing – Sheen and Libya. FULL POST
Another moment from Piers Morgan's hour-long interview with Charlie Sheen touched on the issue of domestic violence. Drawing from Sheen's past, Piers asked him point blank: "Have you ever hit a woman?" "Women are not to be hit," he said. "They are to be hugged and caressed."
But then Sheen did recall one incident, one that he admitted to regretting, and described it in great detail.