Piers Morgan meets celebrities who have been involved in a high-profile sacking, and investigates the circumstances and the impact on their subsequent careers.
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Piers Morgan meets celebrities who have been involved in a high-profile sacking, and investigates the circumstances and the impact on their subsequent careers.

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You Can't Fire Me, I'm Famous
10 August 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I used to think Piers Morgan was a bit of a bastard, the only programme Iwould watch with him in it was the first series of Britain's Got Talent. But when I gave this interview series a go, I found that actually he can be a very good interviewer and really get everything we want to know about someone out. I only saw the interviews from Louis Walsh and Jade Goody, but other celebrities who had their careers ruined by something and talked about it included Martine McCutcheon, Ozzy Osbourne, Faria Alam, Vinnie Jones, Anne Robinson, Abi Titmuss, Naomi Campbell and Donny Osmond. It is an interesting programme combining the celebrity interview, archive footage from the past and recent headlines, and interviews by the people who know them best. Good!


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