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Though he admitted listening to a voicemail Paul McCartney left for Heather Mills, the CNN talk-show host says he has 'no reason to believe' that hacking took place at the Daily Mirror.
Describing baby Elise 'absurdly beautiful' and 'utterly adorable' in one tweet, the 'Piers Morgan Tonight' host writes in another, 'I wanted to call her Robin, but got talked out of it!'
Having admitted that straight men did not find her attractive when she was growing up, the Material Girl explains, 'I think they were scared of me because I was different.'
Meanwhile, another 'AGT' judge Sharon Osbourne begs Morgan to stay on the show by tweeting, 'Piers please don't go.'
Morgan announces he will not return as a judge on the reality show next season, admitting it's hard to juggle with two duties.
These two celebrities were involved in a Twitter fight which quickly turned to something personal to both of them.
After the ex-wife of Paul McCartney claimed a journalist from the Mirror Group hacked into her phone messages in 2001, the CNN host points out that she has a history of 'somewhat extravagant claims.'
After a copy of his 2009 interview with Desert Island Discs was unearthed, the 'Piers Morgan Tonight' host insists there's nothing in the interview that contradicts what he's said about phone hacking.
Mark Ronson, Tony Bennett, Kelly Osbourne, Ronnie Wood and many more passed their condolences to the tragic singer in various ways.
After clarifying he never hacked a phone or published stories based on the hacking of a phone, the 'Piers Morgan Tonight' host continues to berate MP Louise Mensch on Twitter.
David Hasselhoff used a TV interview to confront Piers Morgan over the publication of a video tape which showed the actor drunk.
Actress Kim Cattrall hasn't ruled out getting married for a third time, but she accepts any dreams she might have had of starting a family are unrealistic.
The talk show host was less than an hour from arriving in Minneapolis for 'America's Got Talent' audition when his flight suddenly turned its direction back to New York.
'I haven't seen you dangerous yet. I said you're capable,' Larry King said when confronted about his 'dangerous' comment by Piers Morgan.
'Piers Morgan Tonight' on Wednesday, February 23 may have a little tension in the air for King is to appear as a guest few days after he calls Morgan 'oversold'.