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Now into his ninth decade, and suffering from Parkinson's disease, one might think that radio legend Casey Kasem would simply want to spend his golden years surrounded by his children and his friends.
But according to Kerri Kasem, the daughter of the 81-year-old media icon, that is impossible, as her stepmother is preventing Kasem's kids from visiting their ailing father:
With more than five decades in the television business, and a trio of Emmy Awards on her bookshelf, few would question the editorial choices that Barbara Walters makes.
But few people are Piers Morgan:
"The fact you've left them off your 'Most Fascinating' list, the final one, I think is quite telling," says the "Piers Morgan Live" host, referencing his guest's annual grouping of newsmakers and celebrities, a collection that in 2013 does not feature an Obama. "People will say, 'Wow, even Barbara doesn't find them fascinating anymore.'"
Joining the program for this evening's 9 p.m. primetime interview, the 84-year-old co-host of "The View" suggests that Morgan is reading too much into this year's presidential omission:
Coming up this evening at 9, Piers Morgan welcomes journalistic icon and television legend Barbara Walters, as the 84-year-old co-host of "The View" joins the program for a primetime interview.
A veteran of more than 50 years, with three Emmy Awards on her mantel, Walters admits that she has done some off-screen second guessing:
Coming up tonight at 9, “Piers Morgan Live” welcomes Rick Warren, and a studio audience, for an hour-long interview dealing with a myriad of topics, including personal issues, politics, and the new Pope’s fresh perspective on homosexuality and the church.
Having welcomed the senior pastor of Saddleback Church in the past, Morgan is entirely familiar with Warren's stance against same-sex marriage. However, perhaps on the heels of a new papal institution, the host revisits the issue.
"Do you believe in equality for all,” Morgan asks, a question to which he quickly received a response in the affirmative. FULL POST
Pope Francis’ actions as he has eased into the papacy have made headlines and drawn accolades from world leaders; Saddleback Pastor Rick Warren joins those applauding the Bishop of Rome.
“I am nothing but impressed by this new pope,” the bestselling author tells Piers Morgan in tonight's primetime interview. “This is a man who's spent his life working with the poor.” FULL POST
Coming up this evening at 9, "Piers Morgan Live" invites Rick Warren to join the program for a face to face, prime time interview that proves equal parts emotional and insightful.
On the heels of the terrifying new phenomenon that is the game of "knockout," the senior pastor of Saddleback Church suggests that the anonymity of the internet has supplied a venue for acts of unkindness that might otherwise go uncommitted:
"I think that the drug of choice today is fame. I think fame is more important to ... young adults today than anything else. And everybody is trying to live either, A, a perfect life on the Internet and posting like "My Perfect Life" on Instagram or it's Twitter and things like that, or if I don't have a perfect life, uh, if I can't get approval, I will get attention," Warren tells Piers Morgan. FULL POST
On a day which has seen the release of 911 calls placed while the Newtown school shooting was occuring, tonight at 9 "Piers Morgan Live" welcomes Rick Warren, a man all too familiar with the tragedy of losing a child as a result of firearms and mental health, two of the tenets that fueled the massacre on December 14th, 2012.
Joining Morgan in a primetime interview, Warren reveals the ways in which he walks the complicated line between being spiritual and faithful, versus being blameful and accusatory: FULL POST
With turkey and stuffing still roughly a day away, this evening at 9 "Piers Morgan Live" serves up a feast of an entirely different flavor, as Mike Tyson and his delicious menu of insight and candor join the program for a face to face interview.
When he last joined the program, roughy one calendar year ago, the man nicknamed "Iron" Mike vocalized his support for the president, specifically backing a healthcare plan that was forthcoming. On the heels of the well-documented failings of the Obamacare roll out, Tyson's tune has changed:
"This thing just really went horrible, didn't it? It really ... it's really bad."
The youngest boxer to win the WBC, WBA and IBF heavyweight titles, tonight's guest still believes in a universal plan, assuming the government can implement an effective one: FULL POST
As part of a special pre-holiday edition of "Piers Morgan Live," this evening at 9 the program welcomes Mike Tyson for a face to face interview that promises to serve a hearty helping of personality, and several side dishes of candor.
As a terrifyingly dangerous trend has given birth to a street "game" entitled "knockout," Piers Morgan asks the former boxing champion for his reaction to an activity which centers around the sucker-punching of unsuspecting strangers in hopes of rendering them unconscious.
"I don't make anything of it, it doesn't make any sense, it's a game to some people. I don't think it's cool," says the youngest boxer to win the WBC, WBA and IBF heavyweight titles. "I saw one guy hit a woman, hit a girl, from behind." FULL POST