Lord Sugar to appear on Piers Morgan's Life Stories' new series

Piers Morgan's Life Stories 2019 line up

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Lord Sugar will appear in the upcoming series of Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, it's been announced.

ITV has confirmed the full line up of five celebs will face Piers Morgan in the 16th series of his show Life Stories later this year.

Billionaire Businessman Lord Sugar is joined on the line up of famous faces by Chat Show Legend Sir Michael Parkinson; Football Manager and I’m a Celebrity’s current King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp; one of televisions most talked about entertainers Michael Barrymore and Global Superstar and Spice Girl Mel B.

Piers Morgan said: “I’ve tried for ten years to get Lord Sugar to do Life Stories but he’s always bottled it.

"Now we’re going to finally get it on, and I predict fireworks. With his late addition, I think this new series is now officially the best line-up we’ve ever had.”

Lord Sugar added: “I know he’ll try to make me cry but he’s got more chance of becoming Pope. Morgan talks a great game but can’t walk it, as viewers will discover with this interview.”

In each episode, in the upcoming extraordinary series will see Piers delve into the lives and minds of his guests, all of whom have enjoyed lengthy careers under the glare of the media spotlight.

In previous series of Life Stories, Piers has interviewed over 85 famous personalities including Sir Elton John, Mary Berry, Kim Cattrall, Sir Rod Stewart, Sir Richard Branson, Sharon Osbourne, Simon Cowell, Nigel Farage, James Corden, Gordon Brown when he was Prime Minister, Sir Mo Farah and Lionel Richie; to name but a few.

Asif Zubairy, ITV's Commissioning Editor, Entertainment said: “Piers has three traits that scare interviewees but that audiences love: he's curious, determined and forensic.

"This series is one of the best yet and people should be prepared to learn some surprising truths about celebrities they thought they knew everything about".

Piers Morgan's Life Stories airs on ITV soon.

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