And you thought he was simply a pretty face.
Piers Morgan's skill-set goes much deeper than that of simply a television "talking head." Having honed his journalism skills as an editor at multiple British newspapers, the presenter is able to effortlessly switch back to his roots as a writer, regularly penning (or, most likely, typing) articles, editorials, and columns for any number of outlets.
Just this week alone, the "Piers Morgan Tonight" host has used his platform with the "Daily Mail" to touch upon everything from English football and the moment his beloved Arsenal squad said goodbye to star Thierry Henry ("the tears flowed like the Hoover Dam had burst") and learning that fellow-Brit Susan Boyle chose Donny Osmond as her favorite, instead of doing him the honor ("crushing.")
And his many musings aren't limited to simply one platform. Proving that there is little end to his and his native land's "sublimely snobbish superiority complex," Morgan also used space in the U.K.s "The Sun" to details how and why “Britain is now the most powerful nation on Earth.”
Touching upon everything from sports ("Andy Murray winning his first Grand Slam event here in New York,") to technology and television ("Downton Abbey has sent almost every wealthy New Yorker that I know racing excitedly to hire their own butler, under-valet and pantry maid," the Brit rattles off endless examples of areas in which his home country has surged ahead as a world leader.
For more of Morgan and his limitless perspective and insight, you can read his "Daily Mail" article and "The Sun" story in full.
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