Watch what happened when Josh Brolin returned to guest-host “Saturday Night Live” on NBC.
With former “Growing Pains” star Kirk Cameron making headlines for his comments about homosexuality, a bevy of other former child stars take center stage in the latest “Funny or Die” video to take issue with his comments. The group of TV and film personalities dub themselves “CCOKC,” meaning “Child Celebrities Opposing Kirk Cameron,” in the […]
Tracy Morgan was relatively subdued during his appearance on the “Late Show” last night, he still said more than enough to make David Letterman both laugh and scratch his head.
Whatever is behind the Piers Morgan/Madonna mystery feud, there appears to be only one way to resolve their differences. Morgan told “TMZ” that he wants Madonna to “get down on bended knee” and apologize to him on “TMZ” in order to rectify their differences, which went code red online this week. On Tuesday, Morgan openly […]
The former “Growing Pains” teen idol made headlines when he told Piers Morgan that homosexuality was “unnatural” and “destructive” in an interview a few weeks back, and the firestorm that followed has given him an opportunity to promote his documentary “Momentum” on big shows like “Today.”
NEW YORK (AP) — CNN and longtime talk show host Larry King are cutting ties 14 months after his prime-time series ended. King did four specials for CNN within the past year. But CNN said in a statement on Wednesday the network and King have mutually agreed to end the specials. The 78-year-old King says […]
LONDON (AP) — She squared off against former Beatle Paul McCartney in divorce court; on Thursday, Heather Mills took on Piers Morgan at Britain’s media ethics inquiry. The ex-model trashed Morgan’s earlier testimony, saying that one of her private voicemails, which was played to the CNN interviewer and former tabloid editor, could have been obtained […]
Madonna’s Super Bowl halftime extravaganza saw an outpouring of praise from fans and critics alike. But Her Madgesty had at least one detractor in Piers Morgan.
After replacing Larry King last January, it took only 11 days for Piers Morgan’s vision of his show to collide with reality. He was on a plane to Los Angeles with producer Jonathan Wald and as soon as they landed, both cell phones were buzzing with news of political upheaval in Egypt.
CNN’s Piers Morgan was in the position few television interviewers like to be this week: on the other side of the microphone.