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Friday, 30 July 2010

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Piers Morgan says that he is the best dressed man in America. (Photo courtesy of Richard Simmons).

HOLLYWOOD - Two thirds of the America's Got Talent Judges were born in England. Sharon Osbourne, 52, was born in Brixton, London and Piers Morgan, 48, was born in Guildford Surrey.

The dapper Piers Morgan, who many say has been picked to replace the retiring Larry King, was asked why he thinks that the 11-year-old Dallas white rapper, C.J. Dippa failed to make it into the next round.

Morgan, who has his favorite food Diet Strawberry Crumpets imported from England on a daily basis, sat in his dressing room and said that he truly feels that part of the reason C.J. lost was his name. He smiled and had himself a spot of tea.

He then leaned forward in his imported King Louie XIV chair and relaxing in his $90 Deluxe Fruit of The Loom Boxer Shorts said that if C.J.'s name had been Skippy Dogg Dogg, Little Boy Bow Wow, or even White Vanilla Milk With Coconut Shavings he may have gotten the votes.

Morgan said that there isn't any rapper in America, especially a non-black 11-year-old kid, who is going to make it as a rapper with the downright honky sounding name of C.J. Dippa.

Piers said that the name is more appropriate for a ballroom dancer but not for a hip hop rapper.

In a related story. Piers Morgan appeared on Live With Larry King and confessed that he has never understood any rap song lyrics. Right away Larry told his audience "Wow. Folks please do not send your letter of protest to me. Mail them direct to Piers Morgan in care of America's Got Talent, Hollywood, California."

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