Piers Morgan worked as a gossip columnist for the Sun before going on to edit the News of the World and then the Daily Mirror, until he was sacked in 2004 when he published photos of British soldiers apparently abusing Iraqi prisoners of war. He has since presented a number of TV shows - including The Dark Side of Fame, You Can't Fire Me, I'm Famous for BBC1 - and written for the Mail on Sunday and GQ. He shot to fame in the US as a judge on the top-rated show America's Got Talent and wowed American audiences on Celebrity Apprentice. He is also a judge on the hit UK series, Britain's Got Talent. Most recently, he presented the documentary travelogue series Piers On..., and hosted the chat show Piers Morgan's Life Stories on ITV1.
The outrageously indiscreet Piers Morgan has become the ultimate celebrity insider Daily Mail A heady combination of cut-throat current affairs and celebrity tittle tattle Daily Telegraph As entertaining as his previous two diaries -- Toby Young Spectator Expect name-dropping galore, Barack Obama fever, lots of laughs and even a visit to the Playboy mansion Closer No one shovels dirt like him Heat