HE is known for roasting MPs and making life stories tearful.
But how would Piers Morgan judge him if he faced a top interviewer… like himself?
Piers: Piers, I’m famous for making my guests cry; I will make you sob like a baby in this interview.
Piers: No, you’re not, smug little one – I know where all your bodies are buried.
Piers: When to be When was the last time you cried?
Piers: When Van Persie defected from Arsenal to United. It almost broke me.
Piers: Heat magazine readers frequently ask you to top their Unlikely Favorite of the Year poll, how does your wife Celia achieve this?
Piers: It just reminds her how lucky she is.
Piers: No question. No one surfs faster to my DM after I follow them on social media – she makes Usain Bolt look like a turtle.
Piers: Do you have a message for Meghan now, if she’s reading this?
Piers: No. She can read anything I have to tell her in my Upcoming Sun columns, just like everyone else.
Piers: When you look in the mirror, what do you see?
Piers: Finishing isn’t perfect.
Piers: You’re the youngest editor in Fleet St history, which goes on to become the most requested broadcaster in the UK and has a little black book that reads like Who’s Among the Big Stars best on the planet… what is your greatest achievement?
Piers: My four children and Brian Lara, one of the best tennis players in the world, died in vain during a charity cricket match. In fact, the second one might be the biggest one.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17250550/piers-morgan-won-unlikely-crush-year-award-wife/ I won the Favorite of the Year award… that made me realize how lucky my wife is