The boy can't help himself. As his new bosses at CNN yesterday encouraged America to "Get to Know Piers Morgan," the British presenter was doing his best to confuse his new American audience with abstract outpourings on Twitter about his rival self-publicist "Baron Sugar of Clapton" and the latest performance of the Arsenal reserves.
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One of the worst-kept secrets in broadcasting has been made official with the announcement by CNN that it is to replace Larry King with Piers Morgan.
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Britain's Got Talent star Susan Boyle was mobbed as she headed to Los Angeles to make her US debut for a high-profile TV appearance.
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And she can't resist a few barbed comments as she goes