Piers Morgan stopped by to promote the new season of "America's Got Talent" and kicked things off by ribbing Simon Cowell (the show's producer) a little: the ventriloquist winner of last years' "America's Got Talent" signed a $100 million contract to perform in Vegas, but Simon, who had doubted the guy's talent, neglected to sign him and didn't get a piece of the action. Piers also said he and Simon like to party in London's high-end strip clubs: "Simon [gets] 17 blondes crawling all over him, and I get the one Polish stripper who wants to read me Eastern European poetry."
Piers went on to trash another judge from "America's Got Talent," laughing that David Hasselhoff does "stupid things" like ruin an episode's continuity by getting a spray-tan mid-taping. Piers added that David will wear his "Don't Hassle the Hoff" t-shirts but doesn't seem to grasp of the joke's irony: "He's quite a tool actually." Howard then asked Piers what he thought of his "Celebrity Apprentice" co-star Ivanka Trump, and Piers replied that she was distractingly hot.
Piers Morgan publicly apologized for introducing Paul McCartney to Heather Mills at a charity event, laughing that Heather was "so daft," she couldn't even understand why people liked Paul more than her: "I told her, 'Well, on one hand, you've got the guy who wrote 'Yesterday' and 'Hey Jude.' On the other, there's you, a gold-digging..." Piers said he also once interviewed George Michael, and George confessed to sleeping with 500 men and being blackmailed by a male French hooker. Some of the men George had bedded were A-list famous, but Piers has yet to reveal their names: "It might come as a surprise to their wives."