Piers Morgan Phil's in the Blanks
How he got to be “Friends of the Stars”
Winning "The Apprentice"
Sets the record straight on phone hacking scandal
How he is a voice to what is not necessarily politically correct
Approach to writing columns
Importance of talking and writing about pop culture
Twitter mob mentality
Rupert Murdoch giving him his big break
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Piers Morgan's Columns on DailyMail
PIERS MORGAN: Hypocrite Hillary's monstrously shameless and self-serving defense of Bill’s abuse of power with Monica means no feminist can ever support her again. [ARTICLE LINK]
PIERS MORGAN: If Kanye wants to show the world what a Kardashian clown he's become that's his own tragedy, but President Trump really should have better things to do [ARTICLE LINK]
PIERS MORGAN: There’s only one winner in Taylor Swift and Scott Kelly’s gutless surrender to the howling Twitter mob - President Trump [ARTICLE LINK]
PIERS MORGAN: Kylie Jenner isn’t a self-made billionaire, she’s a selfie-made billionaire dimwit profiting off the back of her big sister’s sex tape – what a tragic reflection on our shallow social media society [ARTICLE LINK]
PIERS MORGAN: Why are man-shaming Gillette so proud to embrace the ghastly Chrissy Teigen who has been as mean to other women as the worst misogynist? [ARTICLE LINK]
Piers Morgan studied Journalism at Harlow College. After a brief career at Lloyds of London, he joined the Surrey and South London Newspaper Group in 1985, where he worked as a reporter on the South London News, and the Streatham and Tooting News.
Morgan’s first major position in national media was as de facto editor of The Sun’s show business column, Bizarre. In 1994, aged 29, he was appointed editor of the News of the World by Rupert Murdoch, which made him the youngest editor of a national UK newspaper in more than half a century.
In May 2005, in partnership with Matthew Freud, he gained ownership of Press Gazette. The following year, Morgan launched First News, a weekly paper aimed at seven to fourteen-year-olds.
Piers Morgan Journalist and Talkshow Host
Piers branched into television mainly as a presenter, but has become best known as a judge or contestant in reality television programmes. In the UK, he was a judge on Britain’s Got Talent. Morgan is best known in the United States as a judge on the show America’s Got Talent, and as the winner of The Celebrity Apprentice.
Morgan returned to ITV1 in February 2009, with the series, Piers Morgan On…, which saw him visit Dubai, Monte Carlo and Hollywood. The series positioned Morgan as a modern day Alan Whicker and received strong viewing figures for the channel.
In 2009, Morgan’s show, Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, began on ITV with Sharon Osbourne as the subject of the first episode. Other guests on the programme have included Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and the then Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
On 8 September 2010, CNN announced Morgan would replace Larry King in the network’s evening line-up, with his show Piers Morgan Tonight, beginning 17 January 2011.
Piers Morgan has written eight books, including four volumes of memoirs.
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