PUBLISHED: 08:01, Mon, Sep 14, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:29, Mon, Sep 14, 2020
Life Stories presenter Piers Morgan, 55, who co-hosts Good Morning Britain alongside Susanna Reid, 49, was offered a record contract after being heard singing Live and Let Die. The ITV broadcaster opened up about the moment, saying he was wearing a bandana after "stripping off".
He was deadly serious.
It comes after Piers was asked what story people would be surprised about if he did a 'Piers Meets Piers' episode of Life Stories.
The GMB host went into detail about the time he was approached by a record executive.
Piers recalled: “I was once offered a record contract by a record executive in a Barbados club at 3am in the morning, after stripping off to the waist, putting on a bandana and singing Live and Let Die - the Axel Rose version.
"That was one of the more surprising moments of my career."
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Piers Morgan talks being offered recording contract (Image: Getty)
Piers Morgan was offered a recording contract (Image: Getty)
The TV host explained: "He was deadly serious.
"But it turns out, I could only sing it as well as I did that night, after about a bottle of Jack Daniels."
Piers concluded: "Which I don’t think would be conducive to a long career in the music business.”
The presenter also opened up about the time he interviewed himself, saying it was just "great".
Piers Morgan opens up on doing his own interview (Image: Getty)
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