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Coming up this evening, "Piers Morgan Tonight" goes with global team coverage, as Piers Morgan handles The Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II from his-native London, while the doctor - Dr. Sanjay Gupta - is in back stateside.
Keeping the chair warm in studio, CNN's Emmy Award winning chief medical correspondent welcomes Michelle Pfeiffer for an honest and engaging face to face interview.
Well-known for such films as "Grease 2" and "The Fabulous Baker Boys," the blonde starlet shares details of her screen test for another famous film, Oliver Stone's 1983 cult classic "Scarface."
Auditioning to star opposite Al Pacino, Pfeiffer drew more than rave review. She also drew blood:
"It just was one of those things where it just sort of happened - and cut and there was blood everywhere," she tells Gupta. "They were looking and they were checking me. They couldn't find any cuts. And then they looked over at Al and it was him. And so I had broken dishes and - and, obviously, some glass had flown his way."
Praised for her performance as Elvira Hancock, the main character's wife, the Golden Globe Award winner confesses she felt more starving, than she did sexy:
"Did I feel hot? No, actually, I was hungry. I was playing a coke addict and I couldn't eat. And by the end of it...it went long. You know, it was supposed to be probably a four month shoot and it - it stretched out to six months. And I was really hungry by the end of it."
Tune in this evening at 9 p.m., as Gupta and Pfeiffer talk beauty and aging, as the 54-year-old mother of two shares secrets to her still-youthful glow.
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