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Some good natured ribbing, old fashioned button pushing, and chop-busting banter. That about sums up Howie Mandel's visit to "Piers Morgan Tonight."
But when the topic turned to Twitter, that's when things got personal. "Why would anybody want to follow you?" quipped Piers Morgan. "Because I'm wonderfully entertaining," retorted the comedian and television host.
Former co-judges on "America's Got Talent," the sit-down proved an easy occasion for Morgan and Mandel to revisit their friendly rivalry: FULL POST
Last night Piers Morgan sat down with Nathan Raab, Vice-President of the Raab Collection and acclaimed author and professor Douglas Brinkley to talk about the newly revealed original and unedited white house version of the Kennedy Assassination Air Force One tape. Raab told Piers that the tape is historically significant because "this is how we know what the Federal government did immediately after the assassination."
Douglas Brinkley remarked that one of the most fascinating aspects of the tape relates to General Curtis LeMay, one of Kennedy's major adversaries. All references to LeMay were removed in the Johnson Library version, an edited version of the original tape.
Brinkley on the omitted references to General LeMay: FULL POST
Each day, we here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.
For January 31, 2012 – Florida may bring clarity to the GOP presidential race, Occupy protesters in DC hunker down as a deadline passes for camping in two Washington parks and an affidavit filing claims Bernie Fine's wife had sex with the players... FULL POST
Piers Morgan talked with Jack and Suzy Welch tonight about the state of the presidential race. Jack says people should be asking touch questions during the election. "Do we want to change the argument, do we want to pull ourselves together, do we want to stop fighting each other, do we want to have a president that’s a unifier rather than a divider? Those are the questions."
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As the executive assistant to John F. Kennedy, Jr., RoseMarie Terenzio enjoyed unparalleled access to the crown prince of America's "royal family." And as she told Piers Morgan, she was there when his relationship with Carolyn Bessette first developed: "They were friends, they seemed comfortable around each other. And they liked being around each other."
But according to Terenzio, once JFK Jr. and Carolyn married, the glare of the spotlight became extremely bright for Bessette. FULL POST
In what promises to be a revealing and insightful interview, tonight at 9pm ET/PT Piers Morgan sits down with acclaimed author and professor Doug Brinkley, and noted historical collector and dealer Nathan Raab.
The focus of the sit-down conversation will be the latest batch of JFK audio recordings, which contain the original white house version of the Kennedy Assassination Air Force One tape, not previously known to exist.
Raab is in possession of the recordings, and clips can be heard on his website.
Tune in to "Piers Morgan Tonight" this evening to hear Brinkley and Raab's perspective on these rare and valuable recordings.
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For January 30, 2012 – U.N. may ask Syria's leader to step down, Polls have Mitt Romney still in 1st place and 'The Help' wins big at SAG Awards... FULL POST
"The truth of the matter is, you know, all I can tell you most sincerely is that it wasn’t any one particular thing," Seal explains in an interview airing tonight at 9pm ET/PT. "Which is why we are managing to stay so civil."
In a revealing sit-down with Piers Morgan, the British soul and R&B singer-songwriter confirms rumors of his recent split with wife Heidi Klum, but admits it may seem odd to the public: FULL POST
For January 27, 2012 – Final Florida push begins after contentious debate, the U.S. economy picks up speed and Kim Richards of 'Housewives' admits she's an alcoholic... FULL POST
"I obviously said something to the reporter, you know, and then of course I become the angry stereotype," Seal tells Piers Morgan. "I become the rock star, the angry rock star with a hot temper."
In a candid and emotional interview airing Friday at 9pm ET/PT, the Grammy Award-winner addresses rumors of his volcanic temper, recalling a particular incident in a Los Angeles airport. "We were swarmed by about, I don't know, anywhere from 15 to 20 paparazzi in the airport, you know. And one of them hit my son in the head with a camera lens," explains Seal. FULL POST