On Friday, Hollywood director Rob Reiner, stopped by "Piers Morgan Tonight" to discuss George Clooney's record $15 million fund-raiser for President Barack Obama.
"It was a great evening," remarked Reiner and although the event reportedly raised a staggering $15 million in contributions "about two thirds of that money came from small donors."
Reiner also noted, in regards to the president's recent public support for gay marriage, that there was "a lot of enthusiasm for President Obama before his position on marriage equality. But it certainly made things even more enthusiastic."
Carson Daly, television personality and host of "Last Call" and "The Voice" also joined Piers Morgan for an exclusive interview. During the interview, Piers inquired about Daly's interest in theology and how he had once considered entering the Priesthood. "I considered it," admitted Daly, "I came to a place where I recognized that people who are willing to give up money, take an oath of poverty and celibacy in the name of service to others was something that I could relate to. And I'm cut from that cloth."
Daly went on to talk about his faith and why he doesn't talk about it often. "Faith is important to me. I don't speak about my faith too much in public. It's - it's my own."