11:42 PM EDT 10/16/2013
Originally posted 07/28/2013 03:00PM
Lisa Kudrow got a little nostalgic with her former Friends costar Matthew Perry when he filled in as guest host on Piers Morgan Tonight Friday.
The pair reminisced about how much they enjoyed working on the iconic sitcom, which ended nine years ago, and Perry, 43, admitted, "If I had a time machine, I would like to go back to 2004 and not have stopped."
Kudrow agreed: "If it were up to us, you know, individually, then yes. I would keep going … We had a lot of fun."
Originally posted 08/23/2012 09:35AM
Billiards will never be the same. But what about the perception of the Royal Family?
Now that photos of a naked Prince Harry playing strip billiards at an after-hours party in his Las Vegas hotel suite have been seen far and wide – and from every other angle – questions arise as to whether what he did is conduct unbecoming for a prince, or strictly an example of how down-to-earth this child of extraordinary privilege really is.
Royal watcher Ingrid Seward told PEOPLE that being caught with his pants down gives the 27-year-old an "endearing" quality, while on Thursday's Today show, outraged British journalist Martin Bashir said his countrymen and women may not stand for their tax money going to protect members of the Royal Family who carry on in such a fashion.
Originally posted 06/13/2012 06:30AM
Since her July 2011 acquittal in the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, Casey Anthony has kept a low profile – living in hiding and refusing all media interviews.
But Tuesday afternoon via telephone, Anthony, 26, spoke to CNN's Piers Morgan. During the 10-minute conversation – which was not played on-air – Anthony asserted her innocence, took issue with her public image and shed light on her current life.
"I did not kill my daughter," Morgan quotes Anthony as saying. "There's nothing in this world I've ever been so proud of. There's no one I loved more than my daughter. She's my greatest accomplishment."
Originally posted 01/17/2012 05:15PM
Rosie O'Donnell is happily engaged to Michelle Rounds, but she says a bad breakup helped her on the road to real love.
"I was properly in love I'd say three times," O'Donnell tells Piers Morgan on his show airing Tuesday night. The comedian says that her earliest true love, with a woman O'Donnell does not name, was painful but necessary.
"You have one relationship in your life that's kind of crazy and out of control a little bit and that usually doesn't last very long but takes you into the deep water," she says.
Originally posted 12/12/2011 08:20AM
Rashida Jones has probably made you laugh on shows like The Office and Parks and Recreation. Any men interested in dating her should be kind enough to return the favor.
"Funny is important … He doesn't have to laugh at my jokes. He has to make me laugh," the actress (and one of PEOPLE's Most Beautiful in 2002) said Friday on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight.
Not that dating is her biggest priority right now. "My career right now is very time consuming. And I like it that way. It's good," she says.
And when she does meet guys? "I'm also … you know, I'm picky," she says.
Originally posted 11/10/2011 07:45AM
America still has talent, but now it's missing a judge.
Piers Morgan is leaving NBC's America's Got Talent after six seasons, he announced Wednesday night, saying his schedule had become too hectic since he began hosting a nightly talk show, Piers Morgan Tonight, on CNN this past January.
"Turned out that juggling's harder than it looks, so I'm going to focus on CNN," he wrote on Twitter.
Originally posted 09/14/2011 08:10AM
America is going to have a tough time voting for their favorite act after a nearly flawless night of performances on Tuesday's America's Got Talent.
The show's finals round – which featured routines by Season 6's remaining competitors: Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr., Team iLuminate, Poplyfe and Silhouettes – even had typically hard-headed judge Piers Morgan raving that "everyone in the top four is a winner."
The night began with another crowd-pleaser from season frontrunner Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. The car washer-turned-jazz musician's rendition of Frank Sinatra's classic tune "My Way" was "a $1 million performance," according to Morgan.
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