The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walked the red carpet in Santa Barbara, speaking exclusively to "Extra's" Adrianna Costa when she asked, "How has your time been here?" Prince William turned to Costa and replied, "Good thank you, very good."
Joining William and Kate, who arrived by helicopter from Los Angeles, were Hollywood's most glamorous royal watchers, who paid big bucks and drove a long distance to see the polo match at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club on Saturday afternoon.
CNN host Piers Morgan is in London to cover the royal nuptials Friday, but first he's taking "Extra's" Terri Seymour to his pub, The Hansom Cab. Check it out!
It's hard to believe, but Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore have never done an interview together. Now, for the first time, they're sitting down with CNN host Piers Morgan.
The two talk in great detail about their DNA Foundation and "Real Men Don't Buy Girls" campaign against sex trafficking -- and about their careers and marriage.
Kutcher told Morgan, "As marriage goes, I think most people set getting married as the goal, as opposed to being married, which is a different thing," adding that it's important to "[work] on it when it's good."
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CNN talk show host Piers Morgan gave "Extra's" Terri Seymour the inside scoop on his upcoming interview with "The X Factor" creator Simon Cowell.
Cowell talked with Morgan about "American Idol," Elton John, and Cowell's father passing away. "He's never really talked about that on American television and I think people will see a very different side to Simon."
As for choosing the "X Factor" judges, Morgan thinks Cowell is close. "I think part of him would love to consider bringing back Paula Abdul," adding, "He told me he's got one big superstar lined up... a woman."
Making his first appearance at The Grove, talk show host Piers Morgan spoke about being "overexposed," his Twitter wars, and potential famous guests.
Morgan responded to Larry King's comment of being "oversold," saying, "It's like, how do you undersell yourself? We're in Hollywood man, and you have to sort of sell yourself with a big bang, I think."
"Extra" caught up with morning radio host Howard Stern as he was headed to a taping of "Late Night with David Letterman," where we asked the shock jock if he is really in competition with CNN's Piers Morgan.
"What, is there a feud? I like Piers Morgan," Stern insisted. "He's got a lot of pressure on him. He's gotta get some ratings. Larry King was beating him."
Stern appeared on Morgan's new talk show, "Piers Morgan Tonight," in January. "I was offering him some advice. I said, 'You can't have a guests on for a whole hour unless they're very commanding, like myself and Oprah. He was challenging me, saying he's the king of all media. I said 'Never mind being the king of all media, just be king of CNN and get see if you get that going first.'"
Firing back against some negative media attention surrounding his cutting humor on the Golden Globes, Ricky Gervais paid a visit Wednesday to CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight," but offered no apologies.
Shock jock Howard Stern naturally spoke his mind on "Piers Morgan Tonight" Tuesday night, talking about politics, his dad -- even ribbing Morgan himself.
"I like you. ... But who the hell knows what you're going to do on here. They tell me you're a journalist. What is your background? Tell the world," Stern began. When Morgan insisted he's been a journalist for 25 years in his native England, Stern quipped, "To be successful in England that's very nice. But England's the size of Philadelphia. To conquer England it takes about two days."
The Sirius XM radio show host went on to talk about how he struggled for his father's respect, how he likes Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga, how he doesn't like Jay Leno -- and why his run for governor was brief ("I would be an awful politician.") Watch the clip!