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May 26th, 2011
10:33 AM ET

Clips From Last Night: Surviving a twister; reliving Oprah's 25 years

Last night "Piers Morgan Tonight" covered the tornadoes in the Midwest as well as Oprah's finale. He interviewed Jeremiah Morrison, the tractor trailer driver who miraculously survived a head-on collision with a twister. "As it came toward me, I saw it out in the distance, so I pulled my truck over, and I was getting ready to get in the ditch," he told Piers Morgan. "I closed my eyes, put my arms over my face, bounced around in the cab a little bit. Not real sure if I blacked out, I know I was laying on the ground."

Piers also talked about Oprah Winfrey's 25 years on television – with reflections from Suze Orman and Lisa Ling...

"It does not matter how wealthy she gets, she has never gotten out of touch with the realness of it," said Orman of Oprah and money. "I think she's going to be tremendously missed because there is no show on daytime television that really juggles the kind of diversity of stories and issues and topics that Oprah's show does," said Ling.

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  1. Barb DeMento

    Why does Piers Morgan keep asking the stupid question, "do you think the total death figure will rise?"
    They haven't accounted for everyone. He keeps asking the people that are hurting.
    It is obvious he doesn't have other questions ready and asks such poor questions, unsympathetic questions.

    May 29, 2011 at 5:45 am | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Meadow

    Well macdamaia nuts, how about that.

    June 24, 2011 at 4:18 am | Report abuse | Reply

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