Chelsea Handler tells Piers Morgan why his show has been axed
The dead duck that is Piers Morgan is not having a great time of late. His CNN show has been scrapped and though Jeremy Clarkson and others have rightly stuck the knife in, it is the comedian Chelsea Handler who finished him off.
Our Video of the Week shows Morgan attempting to interview Handler about her future but instead it descends into a farce where she berates him as a “terrible interviewer”:
MORGAN: You tweet. Very amusingly.
HANDLER: I wish you did.
MORGAGN: [pained laughter]
HANDLER: I mean in the middle of the commercial break — I want your viewers to know; they must know, because they’re probably following you on Twitter. I mean you can’t even pay attention for 60 seconds. You’re a terrible interviewer.
MORGAN: Well you just weren’t keeping my attention.
HANDLER: That’s not my problem.
MORGAN: That is your problem.
HANDLER: This is your show. You have to pay attention to the guests that you invited on your show.
MORGAN: If they’re interesting enough?
HANDLER: Yeah, listen. It doesn’t matter how interesting I am. You signed up for this job.
MORGAN: Of course it does.
HANDLER: Well, maybe that’s why your job is coming to an end.
Here is yet another example of why Morgan deserved the sack. Here, indeed, is yet more proof that Piers Morgan is the male version of Katie Hopkins.
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Good riddance! I can’t stand that man and his sniveling interviews.
Yes,, someone from the bad old days, ” Red-top” newspaper bullying, who gives a toss what he or anyone else from that mind set has to say anymore? He took the Yankee dollar and got screwed,,
He deserved to get screwed. He’s screwed around a little too much.
He was very deep up the asses of Simon Cowell and Harvey Weinstein, it has all backfired and left him with loose shit up his nose. Fortunately for him there is a cure and treatment for infected nose polyps. He can return for another stint on Britain’s Got Talent. Si has given Cheryl Cole another go, why not? Birds of a feather do always flock together.