Whitney Cummings, female, guest-hosted The Late Late Show last night. It would appear that no one died.
Surprise surprise: the guest hosts replacing Craig Ferguson after he leaves The Late Late Show in December and before new host James Corden joins in March have been announced, and as of right now, they are all men.
Add Salma Hayek's name to the list of famous women who support women's rights but think feminist is a dirty word.
Last April, Craig Ferguson announced that he was stepping down as host of Late Late Show. Even though he has since been replaced by British actor/comedian James Corden, for a moment there we all wondered if we might actually get a lady late night host, and names like Chelsea Handler and Aisha Tyler popped up. Hell,…
Craig Ferguson just announced he is leaving his CBS late night talk show in December.
Last week, CBS announced that Stephen Colbert would be taking over for David Letterman as host of The Late Show, ending a week of wild speculation and shortlist making. But for Chelsea Handler, who some suspected was angling for Dave's old job, it's far from over.
In today's Tweet Beat, Craig Ferguson is eating some Assman's Cole Slaw, Peaches Geldof maybe should start using Twitlonger and a message to Anika Noni Rose: WE FEEL YOUR PLIGHT.
Craig Ferguson discarded his nightly monologue in the wake of the Colorado shooting in order to ruminate on the triviality of late night TV and the impermanence of life in his sonorous Scottish brogue.
Just in case anyone was really starting to pine for some vintage George Costanza foot-swallowing, actor and recently re-sodded cranium Jason Alexander called cricket a "gay sport" last week on Craig Ferguson's Are You Still Fucking Awake? talk program. Alexander expatiated on cricket's supposed homosexuality:
In today's Tweet Beat, Chris Brown is shouting at the world, Gaga has a hangover, and Vincent Gallo really, really wants some maple syrup.
1:02am, April 9. CBS.