Piers Morgan Live Given The Old Heave Ho

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Tuesday, 25 February 2014


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Piers said that his beer drinking during the show had nothing to do with him being let go.

NEW YORK CITY - CNN has announced that the curtain will fall on Piers Morgan's show, Piers Morgan Live.

The British host said that he was a bit surprised as he truly felt that he was doing a bloody bloomin' bang up job.

He told Sangria Wine with TV ClickerWorld that he would have even taken a pay cut to continue with the show, which he said was the favorite talk show of such noted individuals as Vice-President Joe Biden, Taylor Swift, Sofia Vergara, Jay Leno, and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Cowell.

Morgan said that he really does not think that Republican maven, Ann "Trigger Face" Coulter had anything at all to do with his show being cancelled.

He pointed out that the six times that she appeared on his show he put her in her place every single time including last Novemember when he got so mad at her that he picked her up and body slammed her on the studio floor.

Piers told Miss Wine that he also does not think that the comment he made about Queen Elizabeth being so old she remembers when Holland had no tulips was a determining factor either.

In Other News. Sarah Palin has said that the rumors that one of her boobs is a size B-Cup and the other is a size C-Cup are positively false.

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