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Saturday, 23 April 2011

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Piers Morgan giving a 'thumbs up' to his favorite beverage. (Photo courtesy of Ke$ha).

NEW YORK CITY - Piers Morgan has stated that he has to clear up a little matter that needs clearing up due to the fact that he does not want to get caught in the middle of 'The Lady Gaga - Madonna 'Sound-A-Like Song Feud.'

Morgan allegedly told a reporter for The Right Coast Illustrated Revue that in his opinionated opinion Madonna has, in just the past few years, turned into an old, frumpy, has been.

Piers, who has been known to put away the brewski's while on his show Piers Morgan Tonight said that what he really meant to say was that according to the way Madonna has been acting lately it appears that one would look at her and say that she was acting like a has been who is frumpy and old.

When asked if that was not the same thing but stated in a different order Morgan took a sip of his beer and replied that it really all depended on what one's definition of is, is.

Ashburton Wasabi the reporter for RCIR noted that Piers really should consider returning to his native England and running for office as he has a way of skirting the issue like a true universal politician.

Morgan reportedly said that he would not run for office for all the tea in China, the chop sticks in Japan, or the nuts in Brazil.

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