'One day you're the cock of the walk, the next a feather duster.'

PIERS MORGAN: If you wondered what Helen Mirren meant by 'Pillock', look no further than Peyton Manning - the money-grubbing guy who turned a fairy-tale ending into just another tasteless Super Bowl ad | Daily Mail Online

dailymail.co.uk — The game itself was a dreary, defensive snooze-fest. When an American football game is more boring than cricket, you know there's a problem - and I love cricket. The half-time show was a hideously unwatchable, excruciatingly awkward debacle. I'm a big fan individually of Coldplay, Beyoncé and Bruno Mars.

Trusting Hillary with the truth about money is like asking Lance Armstrong to supervise sports drug-testing

dailymail.co.uk — The book of the film expands on that theme when Bob Woodward, the Washington Post reporter played by Redford, tells Watergate investigator, Senator Sam Ervin: 'The key was the secret campaign cash and it should all be traced.' With Bill and Hillary Clinton, scandal has always circled around those two legendary pillars of political scandal: sex and money.

Trump will probably bounce back from Iowa but - win or lose - ‘Barmy’ Bernie has given Queen Hillary a hiding. Now she has a real fight on her hands

dailymail.co.uk — Front-runner Donald Trump lost, which for a natural-born winner like him - on record as saying 'nobody remembers the name of who came in second' - is a big, though not terminal, blow to his presidential hopes.

Sorry, Kanye, but using a two-year-old kid to insult a love rival crossed a line. Now be a man and say sorry

dailymail.co.uk — He's not really my 'mate', I guess. But I've met him a few times, and get on very well with his wife Kim Kardashian. The reason I asked such a simple public question was because I follow him on Twitter and he appeared to have taken sudden and dramatic leave of his senses.

Trump is so big he can probably even win a showdown with Fox News, but can he afford to snub the people of Iowa?

dailymail.co.uk — At one end of the saloon bar, presidential candidate Donald J Trump - a bold, cocky, uncompromising, aggressive, controversial and polarising force in American politics. At the other, Fox News - the Donald J Trump of broadcasting; a bold, cocky, uncompromising, aggressive, controversial and polarising force in American politics. The dispute?

Chris Rock shouldn't pull out of presenting the Oscars, he should go in there and rip the racists of Hollywood a new one

dailymail.co.uk — So holds the longest and widely believed theory in Hollywood. If they did, then you would see ten times as many black actors cast in top roles in big films. Oh, you see them occasionally, when the narrative demands a black face. You can't have a white guy play Martin Luther King, for instance.
Jan 21, 2016

RT @piersmorgan: Oscars-voting Academy has 2% black membership. Total % of black actor Oscar winners EVER? 3%. Reason? Racism. dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3…

Jan 21, 2016

RT @piersmorgan: Oscars-voting Academy has 2% black membership. Total % of black actor Oscar winners EVER? 3%. Reason? Racism. dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3…

Jan 21, 2016

RT @piersmorgan: 98% of the 6000+ Oscars-voting Academy is white. In past 2yrs, they've nominated ZERO black actors. Do the math. dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3…

Jan 21, 2016

RT @piersmorgan: BREAKING: Will Smith pulls out of Oscars. I say to him & all black actors: don't boycott, go & speak your minds. https://…

Jan 21, 2016

@piersmorgan is right. Green is the only color that matters in Hollywood & @chrisrock should not hold back. dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3…

PIERS MORGAN: Why I’m so embarrassed today for Britain. The same parliament that hasn’t banned a single UK citizen from returning after fighting for ISIS is seriously debating banning Trump from its shores | Daily Mail Online

dailymail.co.uk — As I write this column, members of the UK Parliament are debating whether or not to ban Donald Trump from entering Britain. They've allocated three hours of time to do this. Time that could have been spent debating terrorism, famine, nuclear weapons, the Middle East refugee crisis or the Syrian War.

PIERS MORGAN: There's nothing funny about the Celebrity Big Brother David Bowie comedy of errors. It's just nasty, exploitative and sick

dailymail.co.uk — If you were scripting a spoof reality television show, where would the darkest recesses of your twisted, deviant mind take you? How about this: 1) Pretend the bitter ex-wife of one of the world's biggest stars is stuck in a house with a bunch of Z-list celebrities for a series entitled 'Celebrity Big Brother'.
Jan 13, 2016

RT @piersmorgan: David Bowie’s death's not a laughing matter. That Celebrity Big Brother think it was is a gut-wrenching abomination. dailym.ai/200amOk

Jan 13, 2016

Dysfunctional, fame-hungry misfits...words alone can’t do justice to their combined repulsiveness 👊🏽 @piersmorgan dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3…

Jan 13, 2016

RT @piersmorgan: Celebrity Big Brother's mocking treatment of Bowie's death was an utter disgrace. My column: dailym.ai/200amOk

PIERS MORGAN: I don't know where David Bowie is going from here

dailymail.co.uk — Oh, I know we all do eventually, but he carried with him such an aura of invincibility that if anyone could cheat the passage of time I assumed it would be The Thin White Duke. This brilliantly talented, outrageously creative glittering chameleon of a man; a master of reinvention who smashed down so many barriers in music, fashion, film and art.
Jan 11, 2016

RT @piersmorgan: David Bowie made it OK to be weird & dared us all to be different. My new column: dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3…

Jan 11, 2016

RT @piersmorgan: I don't know where Starman Bowie is going from here, but it won't be boring. My new column: dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3…

Jan 11, 2016

PIERS MORGAN: I don't know where Starman Bowie is going from here dailym.ai/1kZVOOU via @MailOnline

PIERS MORGAN: Was Ellen DeGeneres a sexist pig for treating Chris Hemsworth like a slab of meat last night - or it was 'just a bit of fun'? Time to cut the hypocrisy, ladies, and be consistent about sexism | Daily Mail Online

dailymail.co.uk — Yes, it's true. The queen of America's daytime television is a shameless objectifier of male torsos. This was proven last night with her outrageous performance at last night's People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles. Accepting the award for 'Favorite Humanitarian', she said the following: 'You know, here's the thing, awards are great.
Jan 07, 2016

RT @piersmorgan: If Chris Gayle's a sexist, then so's Ellen DeGeneres & Maria Sharapova. My column: dailym.ai/1JZFZ1f

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