Following Tuesday’s episode, and the subsequent tweets from Mock and Morgan, Mock returned to Piers Morgan Live on Wednesday. Despite some tense moments in their interview, a follow-up segment featured three guests — none of whom are trans — debating Mock’s decisions and comments on and after the show.
Taking the trans story “outside the safe bubble.”
The CNN host takes on Australian bowler Brett Lee in the nets, and basically gets clobbered.
Since we know y’all don’t want to talk about the shutdown anymore.
Just in case you were wondering if he cared.
Aw, come on, don’t make Morgan Freeman say “twerk.”
A patriotic BuzzFeed tribute to our glorious nation.
Her interview with Piers Morgan was surprisingly honest and refreshing. Here are the most interesting quotes straight out of Lilo’s mouth.
Romney was criticized on CNN after talking to graduates at a predominantly Mormon university about the importance of marriage and family.
Spolier: The average cable news host is a pretty white man wearing lipstick.
The CNN host continues his crusade against guns by firing some at a shooting range in Texas.
As the “We the People” site gets overrun by secessionists, pranksters, and Piers Morgan-haters, an Obama spokesman says they’ll honor their pledge to respond to every one with over 25K signatures.
After his showdown with Piers Morgan on CNN, Jones retreated to his hotel room to make paranoid videos. CNN “looks like Hitler’s bunker.”
“You’re a hatchet man of the New World Order!”
Jeff Zucker has a difficult task ahead of him, and his first day in Atlanta will be crucial. Here are some tips to help him survive.
After he told her to “grow her hair back.”
It features the tired and true “Before/After” creative linchpin. The “before” is Piers Morgan. The “after” is Justin Bieber.
We had a feeling we’d need to fire up the old GIF machine when we heard that CNN’s Piers Morgan landed the Supreme Court’s most outspoken member.
BuzzFeed’s Ben Smith and Michael Hastings joined Piers Morgan to break down the Wisconsin recall Wednesday. “I think this really elevated [Walker] to be kind of a folk hero on the right. I think you’ll see him with a big role at the convention,” Smith said on the panel.
Unfortunately for National Review’s Jonah Goldberg, last night’s top cable-news cross-examination yielded a treasure trove of GIF-worthy moments.
Piers Morgan and Touré fight on Twitter about the Trayvon Martin case. Piers Morgan invites Touré to fight about it on his show for twelve minutes. Here’s the condensed version of what went down.
Rick Santorum’s wife handles Piers Morgan’s question about the Massachusetts senator’s old joke with class.
He tells Piers Morgan that American celebrities are the equivalent of the British aristocracy. “You see in a sense the royalty of America setting such a poor example. And being troubled by these things, then obviously it’s going to have a downstream effect, and a very harmful downstream effect.”
“Maybe she’s kind of a Christian conservative Republican.” On Wednesday’s “Piers Morgan Tonight,” Alec Baldwin recounted the day his “Words With Friends” addiction got him kicked off an American Airlines flight for refusing to turn off his iPhone. He did not mince words.
And Baldwin asked about Piers’ love life, no less! Note to “30 Rock” writers: there is absolutely no need to give Jack Dohanghy a storyline in which he develops a British accent. We’ve heard much better.
Here’s something you don’t see every day. Following his interview with Newt Gingrich’s daughters on CNN tonight, Piers Morgan was corrected by Wolf Blitzer for suggesting during it that John King’s debate-opening question to Gingrich on Thursday about his ex-wife’s “open marriage” claims constituted an attack against Gingrich.
The Gingrich girls are stoked about dad’s DJ too!
Not that there’s anything wrong with that! During a discussion on “Piers Morgan Tonight” on Tuesday, Rosie O’Donnell claimed she didn’t know any closeted gay celebrities. “People say to me all the time, ‘Tom Cruise is gay,’” O’Donnell explained. So… is he?