Tomorrow night, Simon Cowell and Nicole Scherzinger – two of the judges on the soon-to-launch FOX show "The X Factor" – are guests on "Piers Morgan Tonight." Cowell who also serves as executive producer of the program, talked about the drama that already has transpired, and Cheryl Cole being dropped from the show in the early stages. "She looked a bit bewildered," he told Piers.
Watch with full interview with Nicole and Simon tomorrow night at 9pm EST.
Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, is expected to go on trial later this month charged with involuntary manslaughter in Michael's death. Tonight, Piers Morgan sits down with Michael's brother, Jermaine for the hour. Here, he speaks about his first encounter with the doctor. The first time I saw Conrad Murray was in the hospital when my brother was dead," said Jackson. "I just didn't have a good feeling."
TUNE IN tonight at 9pm EST.
Tonight, Mitch Winehouse sits down with Piers Morgan for a first ever prime time exclusive. Here, Mitch Winehouse describes what he'll remember most about Amy and how he hopes others will remember her. "Her generosity. That's what I'll remember most," he says.
Tonight, Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick is a guest in "Piers Morgan Tonight." Tonight, he looks back on 9/11 and speaks about rebuilding Cantor Fitzgerald after losing hundreds of employees 10 years ago. He also talks about fixing the American economy tellings Piers, ""The people in Washington spend too much time in Washington, so they think Washington-centric thoughts," he said. "Washington is not the engine of the economy."
TUNE IN tonight at 9pm EST.
Rudy Giuliani will be a guest tonight on PMT talking about the economy, the job market, and the 2012 election.
Will Giuliani run for President again in 2012? He hasn't ruled it out. He tells Piers about why he thinks he has a shot in beating Pres. Barack Obama: "If Barack Obama remained roughly where he is now, sure I think I could beat him, but I think three or four Republicans could beat him."
Also tonight, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman. TUNE IN at 9pm EST.
TUNE IN TO CNN: Special Programming of President Obama’s Address to a Joint Session of Congress; coverage begins at 5 p.m. on CNN
AC 360° and Piers Morgan Tonight to follow the Presidential Address
On Thursday, Sept. 8, CNN will broadcast special coverage of President Obama’s address to a joint session of Congress with coverage beginning at 5 p.m. with a special edition of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer. The President’s address on job creation is scheduled to air at 7 p.m. CNN lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer, along with chief national correspondent John King from Capitol Hill, will anchor the network’s coverage. CNN International will simulcast the President’s speech.
AC 360° at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. and Piers Morgan Tonight will follow at 9 p.m. and will feature special coverage and analysis of the presidential address. CNN will replay the president’s address at 11 p.m.
CNN.com will live stream the address in the new CNN video experience and the address will be available live on the CNN Apps for iPhone, iPad and Android. CNNPolitics.com will feature in-depth reporting and The Political Ticker will incorporate live blogging during the speech.
All Times Eastern.
Last night, GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight." Santorum discussed the 2012 field – including new front-runner Rick Perry. "We've seen every one of these folks who have shot to the top of the ratings end up coming back down to earth once they have to get in front of the cameras in a debate," he said. "We haven't seen Governor Perry in a debate yet, we haven't seen him really do much in the way of interviews." He also touched on his view on gay marriage, and global warming.
Last night, media mogul Arianna Huffington was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" and discussed the current job crisis in America, and the government's lack of urgency in fixing this crisis.
Tomorrow night, boxing champions Victor Ortiz and Oscar De La Hoya are guests "Piers Morgan Tonight," ahead of Ortiz's September 17 fight against Floyd Mayweather. Ortiz described his rough childhood. "It hasn't really been too easy growing up," he tells Piers Morgan. "My mother never came home. The WBC Welterweight Champion later talks about how he will prepare for the much antipated fight on September 17th.
Watch the full interview Wednesday at 9pmET/PT. "24/7: Mayweather vs. Ortiz" is airing now on HBO and replays on CNN.
Tonight, Newark Mayor Cory Booker was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight," and spoke about the response to Hurricane Irene as well as his use of social media last week in preparation for Irene.