On Piers Morgan Uncensored, Peterson say he supports Elon Musk’s efforts to improve Twitter.
Well, I know people who know him very well and have worked with him very closely. These are very solid people, extremely competent and extremely creative. And they’re admirers of Musk. I talked with my brother-in-law Jim Keller, who is one of the word’s great chip engineeers, and he worked very closely with Musk for years. He believes that he is, in many ways, exactly what you think he was: He’s a genius, a visionary genius. But he’s also someone who is very, very good at implementing, very good at running companies, as you can tell because he has a multitude of impossible, succesful companies. So he goes into a company and he cleans house and puts things in order and makes things work efficiently. Maybe he can do that at Twitter. I hope he can, because Musk is doing all sorts of things that are useful and difficult and it would be a catstrophe to see him derailed.
Morgan fulfills his promise to leave the UK after the referendum is decided for No:
Morgan promises the public that he will leave the UK if they vote No:
Morgan reacts to the passing of Rivers:
Unapologetically offensive, kind, tough, complicated, irrepressible, supremely energetic…and above all, bloody funny. RIP Joan Rivers.
Morgan says of Attenborough:
Dear dear Dickie: a true legend of the screen and a delightful man. Very sad news. RIP.
Morgan accepts the ALS challenge from Coleen Rooney, Joey Barton and Cheryl Cole and nominates Paul Sugar, Jeremy Clause, Wayne Rooney, Kim Kardashian and Hilary Hilton.
Lohan and the British reporter meet for a 90-minute interview at a Manhattan townhouse. Lohan answers Morgan’s questions about her childhood and parents, her drug and alcohol use, and her intimate relationships with both men and women. On her mandated return to rehab in three weeks time:
I don’t think there’s anything wrong with people taking time to just be by themselves. I think people want to see me do that. They will keep saying the same things about me if I don’t. I don’t think it will be a bad thing for me to be away with myself for three months. I look at it as a good thing. I can come back afterwards and be fully focused on work. But I think there are other things I could do instead of going to a rehab centre that would benefit me more. The best thing they could do for me would be to make me go abroad to different countries and work with children.
Seacrest interviews Morgan during On Air With Ryan Seacret and asks him about athlete’s Twitter usage.
I think they have to be media trained I’m all in favor of them being on Twitter. I think it adds to the excitement, the fans can live the experience in real time. I think Twitter, Facebook and all social media have raised not only that concern, but obviously this ongoing debate of whether NBC should be using tape to delay the events.
Milano talks to Piers Morgan on Piers Morgan Tonight about raising money for charity through twitter.
I believe that Twitter is the closest thing that we have to time travel.
Seacrest interviews Morgan during On Air With Ryan Seacrest about his taking over for Lary King on CNN.
It was an amazing moment for me. Larry is one of my all time heroes…to be able to interview everyone that matters in the world, it’s an incredible thrill to the interviewer.