At the end of Meghan Trainor’s performance of her song “Me Too” on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Thursday night, gravity lost all faith in her and sent her tumbling to the floor. It was better than watching her dance.
Jenna Bush Hager and her mother Laura Bush went on The Tonight Show to promote a children’s book they wrote about appreciating nature—an interesting sentiment, considering their family’s ties to the oil industry—and ended up chattin’ about another thing they appreciate: dad’s childlike, nightmarish paintings.
Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer went on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night to offer some expert insight into the art of procuring weed.
Anna Wintour went on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Tuesday night and, like a Chanel-patterned butterfly nudging itself out of its soft cocoon, made herself vulnerable unto the world with one strangely humanizing tale about getting lost in the basement of Madison Square Garden.
Thank you, James Corden, for reminding me that I will never, ever stop wanting to be in an intimate student-mentor relationship with Jennifer Lopez.
Sen. Lindsey Graham went on The Daily Show last night to laugh about his surprising and bad decision to endorse Ted Cruz, and guys, it was an absolute romp from start to finish.
The notoriously accident-prone Jimmy Fallon is beloved by A-listers for his well-rated softball interviews, and by American TV audiences because, well, he’s on. The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon is the talk show equivalent of hanging out in your rich cousin’s game room; he’s nice, boring, and you don’t talk about…
Amanda Peet went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to promote the second season of her very good HBO show, Togetherness. Somewhere along the way, things got Real.
While the costumes on Mad Men never came off as low-maintenance, actress Alison Brie still received a warm, wet, acrid shock when she learned just how challenging 1960s apparel can be—especially when paired with modern day underwear.
There’s a scrappy quality to Full Frontal, the new TBS late night talk show led by former Daily Show correspondent Samantha Bee. Confident and natural on stage, the host—who’s currently (as no one’s been able to let her forget) the only woman in late night—strikes out immediately with a fury that’s startling and…
A recent Samantha Bee interview in New York Magazine reveals that the writers room for her new show, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, is “50 percent female and 30 percent nonwhite,” making it one of the most (if not the most) diverse writing staffs in late night.
DJ Khaled, whose bewildering Snapchat advice bombs continue to be gleefully discovered by the mainstream, came on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to share some important pro bono life lessons with the man who needs it most: Jeb Bush.
Nicki Minaj’s perfect, erratic verse on “Monster” stands as one of the greatest in rap history. It’s okay to attempt it on your own, but only if you’re willing to go to ridiculous lengths and fully commit to the wild hand gestures and cartoonish voice. Adele, hello?
Eva Longoria dropped by Late Night With Seth Meyers Tuesday night to promote her show Telenovela, armed with some slightly depressing anecdotes about working on a real-life soap opera.
Donald Trump, a tiny piece of dried cat poop that you found in your rug, went on Jimmy Kimmel last night to reiterate all of his Points about Things.
Hello, Julia Roberts. Meet Julia Roberts, Julia Roberts, Julia Roberts, Julia Roberts, Julia Roberts, Julia Roberts, Julia Roberts, Julia Roberts and Julia Roberts.
On a segment from last night’s episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, the host explored, with some degree of trepidation, a little trend called “vaping.”
Trevor Noah did solidly swell in his debut as host of The Daily Show on Monday night. As with anyone inheriting a TV show for the first time, there were moderate levels of awkwardness, nervous adjustment and self-awareness. Appropriately, though, Noah started by extending gratitude to his predecessor, who bequeathed…
This week on Last Week Tonight, John Oliver took on the destructive language surrounding the refugee crisis in Europe.
Jessica Alba was on The Tonight Show last night so that host Jimmy Fallon, BFF to the celebrity ego that he is, could vociferously promote her new beauty line for The Honest Company, which Fallon maintains is “just crushing it” despite currently being pummeled by class action lawsuits.