Piers Morgan


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About Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan is a journalist and broadcaster best known for his roles on 'Britain's Got Talent' and 'Good Morning Britain'. Before becoming a TV star, Piers was a notorious tabloid newspaper editor, editing The Sun, The Mirror and the News Of The World. In 2006, Simon Cowell turned him into a household name in the US by asking him to join the judging panel of 'America's Got Talent', before he later helped launch 'Britain's Got Talent' alongside Simon and Amanda Holden in 2007. After he quit the show in 2010, he hosted his own show on CNN in the US, as well as presenting 'Piers Morgan's Life Stories' for ITV. In 2015, he joined the presenting team of ITV breakfast show 'Good Morning Britain', hosting alongside Susanna Reid, with their partnership becoming known for its love/hate dynamic. Piers regularly makes headlines with his controversial opinions and Twitter rants, on issues such as feminism, immigration, politics and Donald Trump. He has also made an enemy of a number of celebrities, after targeting Madonna, Kim Kardashian, Taylor Swift, the Beckhams, Emma Watson and Ewan McGregor. Piers also continues to keep a hand in newspapers today, penning a weekly column for MailOnline.