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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
In the aftermath of the Jets acquiring Quarterback Tim Tebow, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed football legend Joe Namath for an exclusive primetime interview.
And as Tebow-mania prepares to take New York City by storm, the man known as "Broadway Joe" did not hesitate to share his opinion on a suddenly congested depth chart:
"You don't tell your starting quarterback – who's played three years, and who's gradually grown – that he's the man. Then you bring in somebody right behind him, with an added formation, that they're going to give teams trouble with? No." FULL POST
He's one of the country's smartest and funniest comedians, with expertise in politics and culture, religion and the news cycle. And this evening Bill Maher returns to go toe-to-toe with Piers Morgan.
On the heels of his recent one million dollar investment into Barack Obama's reelection, the author, host, and actor will join "Piers Morgan Tonight" for a live interview at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
He's always real, he's always lively. He's always honest, he's always entertaining. And he's no rookie.
Watch the clip of his last appearance, review his visit to the Green Room, and tune in tonight for an exclusive interview with the man who says:
"I do think the patriotic thing to do is to critique my country. How else do you make a country better but by pointing out its flaws?"