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Last night, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed back to the studio the multi-talented Kristin Chenoweth. The singer and actor joined Piers Morgan on the heels of her recent performance with Oscar host Seth MacFarlane at the Academy Awards.
"It was a total buzz," Chenoweth said of her time at the Oscars. "We did a song that we kind of had to learn at the very last minute. So that was really fun."
Macfarlane has gotten some flack since the show for his "show him your boobs song." The host inquired if Chenoweth was offended by the song selection:
"Well, first of all, I'm a woman so I have boobs and I don't really know the big deal," she began. "I thought he killed it."
The other big success is "The Bible," a 10-part miniseries on the History channel, which debuted Sunday to huge ratings and fan fare. So what does this ratings hit say about America today?
"I'd be a liar if I said it didn't make me happy that people were interested," the 44-year-old self-professed Christian said. "There's so much negative that we have to read and that's in our faith ... It makes me happy that people are interested, at least to watch - whether to view the Bible as real or not, as I do - to watch history."