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Jennifer Lawrence Can’t Wait to Meet Al Roker

On CNN’s Oscar red carpet special, Piers Morgan has been asking his guests who they’re most excited to see. Jack Nicholson, Meryl Streep, Daniel Day-Lewis would top the list, but when Morgan asked Oscar-nominee Jennifer Lawrence, she only had one man on her mind:  ”I want to see Al Roker. I used to watch him every day before school.”

Al Roker?,” Morgan shot back. “Of all the people you could possibly see, Al Roker?” “It means something to me personally,” said Lawrence, “Every morning he’s happy.”

Roker is reporting from Hollywood tonight for tomorrow’s “Today” show.

Following the Lawrence interview, Morgan chatted with Dustin Hoffman, who had some nice words about his CNN show: “God bless you for what you’re saying about gun control,” said Hoffman.

A few minutes after that, Morgan grabbed his “former boss” News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch. After chatting about some of the 20th Century Fox-nominated movies, Morgan couldn’t resist asking: “How do you feel about CNN doing so well against Fox at the moment?”

“I think we’re okay, I think we’ll survive,” Murdoch laughed. “I think you probably will,” said Morgan.

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Ladies Night on ’60 Minutes’

Here’s some counter-programming for you. With the Super Bowl airing on NBC, CBS’s “60 Minutes” gives it up for the ladies. The special “Three Remarkable Women” will be hosted by Morley Safer and air Sunday at 8pmET/PT. In the normal “60″ timeslot of 7pmET/6pmCT, CBS will air “Undercover Boss.” The special will feature “60 Minutes” interviews with Dolly Parton, Anna Wintour and Meryl Streep.

Gutfeld Brings His Snark to ‘Pinheads & Patriots’

As we noted yesterday, Fox News “Red Eye” host Greg Gutfeld guest-hosted “The O’Reilly Factor” last night, and sure enough he brought the snark he is known for on his late-night show to primetime. In the “Pinheads & Patriots” segment, Gutfeld took on actress Meryl Streep, who stole a napkin from the White House:


“There you have it, another Hollywood celebrity scoffing at the basic laws that the rest of us Americans have to follow every day. Frankly, it makes me sick.” Gutfeld said. “No, not really, if it were me, I probably would have stolen the actual toilet.”

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The Ticker: Super Ratings, Oscar Nominees, Grammy Special…

> NBC’s broadcast of the Super Bowl averaged a 42.1 household rating and 65 share last night, down 6% from last year’s 44.7/66. Last year’s Giants/Patriots game was the highest rated Super Bowl in 20 years. Last night’s game was on par with the Colts/Bears 2007 Super Bowl. The Cardinals/Steelers game peaked with a 48.0 rating at 10pmET in the final, exciting moments of the Steelers’ win.

> Over the next few weeks, “Nightline” anchors sit down with some of this year’s Oscar nominees. Tonight, Cynthia McFadden interviews Meryl Streep who is nominated for best actress for her performance as Sister Aloysius in “Doubt.” Upcoming interviews include Angelina Jolie, Kate Winslet, and Penelope Cruz.

> “Put a grown man in a leotard and that’s just already funny,” says Justin Timberlake to Katie Couric about a recent SNL skit (which has been pulled from YouTube and here’s why). The interview is part of Couric’s All-Access Grammy special this Wednesday on CBS. Couric also talks with Lil’ Wayne, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift.