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Coming up this evening at 9, Piers Morgan invites actor, comedian, and fellow British television personality Russell Brand to join him in studio for a face to face, no holds barred conversation that covers everything from loves and laughter, to guns and the use of very, very big words.
A return "Piers Morgan Live" guest, Brand finds himself facing a most unusual question:
"What was it like kissing Alec Baldwin?," asks Morgan, referring to the pair's infamous "Rock of Ages" on-screen smooch:
"He's got big strong, alpha tendencies and he was very wise. And kissing him, it seemed like a very natural thing to do. Like, at the beginning, I was worried about it, because it's not my particular persuasion. But by the end, I was glad of it," Brand reveals.
Taking note of his favorite form of social media, the host reviews one of Brand's 140 character offerings:
"You did tweet, "Is it now legal to do a gay marriage in New York City, Alec Baldwin," says the "Piers Morgan Live" host. "Carpe diem."
Showing his love for language, and Latin, the guest offers his own definition:
"Carpe diem, seize the day. Seize Alec Baldwin," he exclaims, as the two Brits laugh. "Grip any part of that man you can, from his muscular biceps to his thick, gorgeous waist. Grip his chin. Bury your head in his dimple. What a beauty."
Watch the clip as Brand goes on to explain the origin of his vast vocabulary (he reveals and defines himself as a "satyromaniac,") then tune in tonight at 9 for the full "In the Chair" interview, as the 38-year-old from Essex, England opens up about more serious fodder, including gun control, and his own personal relationship with firearms.
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