'America's Got Talent,' But No Piers Morgan
It was sort of inevitable, really.
When you host one of cable news' highest profile talk shows, and spend your days interviewing heads of state, presidential candidates and pop culture icons, it's hard to make the time to hang out with Howie Mandell and Sharon Osbourne judging hordes of semi-talented celebrity wannabes.
Piers Morgan announced last night that he will no longer be a judge on "America's Got Talent" after six years of working on the show.
"I've loved every single second, but discovered that juggling, to my surprise really is a bit more difficult than I thought," Morgan said on his show last night.
Morgan will focus his attention on the upcoming 2012 U.S. presidential election, though he did mention that he was available to host the Academy Awards if necessary.
Sorry, Piers, we think Kermit's already got that covered.
Watch Piers Morgan announce his departure from "America's Got Talent":
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