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Laughs, Lights and Lawrence's Late Arrival – A collection of moments from "Piers Morgan Live"
March 28th, 2014
03:00 PM ET

Laughs, Lights and Lawrence's Late Arrival – A collection of moments from "Piers Morgan Live"

From Oprah to Charlie Sheen, as well as Betty White, Tom Hanks and Ricky Gervais, "Piers Morgan Live" has been a regular stomping ground for names that resonate across households and Hollywood.

In his more than three years as host of CNN's premier interview program, Piers Morgan deftly navigated the fine line between invasive and inquisitive, keeping his A-List guests on their toes, while keeping America on the edge of its proverbial seat.

Now, with no more questions about "proper love" left to be asked, we proudly present a collection of some of his most entertaining and endearing celebrity conversations.


June 14th, 2012 – Jimmy Fallon, "The Doors" and "Reading Rainbow"


January 31st, 2013 – Jennifer Lawrence – Better late than never...


January 19th, 2011 – Piers Morgan, Ricky Gervais and two pints


April 17th, 2012 – Betty White gets erotic


February 28th, 2011 – Charlie Sheen during his "winning" period


October 22nd, 2013 – Warren Buffet, "what's in your wallet?"


January 25th, 2012 – Alec Baldwin, Words With Friends, Hate on a Plane


March 10th, 2014 – Chelsea Handler: "That's why your show's ending"


March 21th, 2013 – Tom Hanks gets nervous?


June 27th, 2011 – Beyoncé breaks baby news

Do you have a favorite memory from Morgan's many celebrity interviews?

And to see more of the "Piers Morgan Live" host's other iconic interviews, check out a collection dedicated to thought provoking political leaders and news-making religious figures, as well as a series of the program's most explosive moments.
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  1. WHaT's Up WiTH Me and STuFF

    Reblogged this on OSCaR LaND...THE BLOG.

    March 27, 2014 at 7:56 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Commander Zero

    The Robert Blake Interview and the Janet Monk Interview were tow of the best.

    Moochelle in China and BO in Rome, legendary examples of why Affirmative Action failed,
    The Piers Morgan experience died with it.

    March 27, 2014 at 8:17 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  3. Karen

    I will truly miss watching Piers Morgan, I loved watching him. He was fantastic! He is very good at what he does and it didn't matter to me what country he came from as he had always good opinions/questions on whatever he worked on. Best of Luck Piers, you will be missed!

    March 27, 2014 at 9:27 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  4. T. Carly Sammarco

    I love Piers Morgan and will miss him terribly. He is irreplaceable.

    March 27, 2014 at 9:58 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • jonquil123

      I'll miss him, too. He had a subtle, elegant interview style and he managed to ask difficult questions - to his guests and those who influence politics and policy in this country - and I will miss it. Hopefully, he stays here and continues to be a needed voice against gun violence. It's a shame he wasn't marketed and promoted in a way that put his uniqueness as a host, in this country, front and center. "Thank you and goodnight", Piers.

      March 31, 2014 at 3:15 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  5. Giovanna DeSimone

    Letting our dear Piers Morgan get away is another indication of CNN bafoonery. No wonder CNN ratings are plummeting! How dumb are they to let go of this man who asks the hard questions that other so called "journalists" don't dare to ask? I won't be holding my breath to see if his replacement has any superior qualities. I'll just know that CNN is in desperate, hoping their "suits" have any understanding of what "JOURNALISM" really is. Good luck and, Good bye!!

    March 28, 2014 at 12:29 am | Report abuse | Reply
  6. TOM

    Unfortunately nite after nite on guns did Piers in.

    The US is the most violent western county by far. No other 'civilized' country comes close.

    Nite after nite trying to get americans to understand the most basic obvious solution, less guns= less violence, seems to be a concept they don't understand. The more violence the more guns they buy "because it is our right". Schools, malls, movie theaters, churches etc, no one is safe anymore. Florida..forget about it.

    I guess they are willing to have 10,000+ murders a yr & untold amts of injuries just in case someone should break into their homes. After all they need to protect them selves & their families against the 'bad guys". I guess they don't sell home security systems in the US. They will make excuses about mental health, video games, guns, broken families, violent movies. Anything & everything but the obvious. I guess no other countries have these problems.

    Piers u should not have bothered. You should have followed Larry King & had on empty headed celebrities & asked soft ball questions, fawned all over them.

    Laws will never change Americans & their obsession with guns. A mindset shift needs to happen.

    Good Luck Piers.

    March 28, 2014 at 12:38 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  7. maryeoconnor

    So sorry, that we will not see you nightly. I have watched your show and agree with you about guns. Good for you Piers! I will miss seeing you and being informed by you and entertained by you. Hope someone sees the light and hires you. Hope a better door opens for you soon! Take a vacation, meditate, walk, listen to music! Refresh yourself and prepare for the next great thing.

    March 28, 2014 at 10:04 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  8. Teresa

    Very sad to see you go Piers, you will be missed. Faithful long-term viewer of yours and I wish you the best of luck!

    March 28, 2014 at 10:06 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  9. Steve Webb

    Swimming in the Ocean with the Fish
    Thinking of Genie.
    Oh Gez here comes a Shark

    August 26, 2014 at 5:32 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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