Connie Britton very obviously didn’t want to be on Nashville anymore and she made it happen in a way that assured her character will not be able to return. Unless...
Oprah Winfrey wore a lovely, rich-looking off-the-shoulder look on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote her first (shockingly) cookbook, Food, Health, and Happiness: 115 On-Point Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life, which she insists is “not a diet book.”
Apparently, Stephen Colbert loves asking cast members of the TV show Black-ish what such a bizarre, incomprehensible word could mean. He’s heard “black” before, and the colloquial add-on “ish,” but combined? Luckily for him, Tracee Ellis Ross has both patience and the desire to promote her show.
On July 17, Late Show host Stephen Colbert made an unexpected evening appearance at the Republican National Convention where, after seizing the podium, he managed to lob insults at both Donald Trump and Mike Pence before being escorted offstage.
Stephen Colbert has a famously long-lasting marriage to his hometown sweetheart Evelyn McGee-Colbert, who he has been hitched to since 1993. Colbert also frequently takes questions from the audience at The Late Show, and everyone loves his answer about how he met Evelyn.
Cynthia Erivo, the British singer and actress currently starring as Celie in Broadway’s The Color Purple, performed one of the show’s closing songs, “I’m Here,” on Monday night’s episode of The Late Show, and—in four breathtaking minutes—proved that she has a better voice than you.
Shad Moss, also known as Bow Wow to some, appeared on Monday night’s episode of The Late Show with Who where he explained what exactly happened with his Grammys opening screw-up.
On Monday night, Stephen Colbert’s Late Show featured some truly wondrous live entertainment: the Amazing Acro-cats. In keeping with their nature (i.e., being cats), they were quite desultory about their performance. At one point, the host himself felt obliged to pitch in. Just hand the entire late-night lineup over…
If you were born in the ‘60s and ‘70s, Mr. Rogers taught you how to be an adult and then years later, David Letterman taught you that you really didn’t have to be one, after all. Although Rogers was arguably the most sincere man on TV and Letterman was the most cynical, the two men actually have a surprising amount in…
David Letterman is leaving this earth (rather, he’s leaving television, which is reportedly worse). As he does so, his biggest fans are coming by The Late Show to say goodbye. On Wednesday night, that meant a visit from Julia Roberts, who reminisced about how scared she was to visit Dave during her first appearance…
Willow Smith might be the famous daughter of a celebrity but she's also a 14-year-old girl full of colliding hormones. You know, like we once were. On Thursday, her dad Will Smith stopped by David Letterman—who's still on, amazing—and talked about the perpetual Teenage Girl Independence Day going on at home and how…
Stephen Colbert will be back on your televisions in roughly nine months.
"I do not like singing in front of other people," Jennifer Lawrence told David Letterman on Wednesday's Late Show. There's a really, really good reason for that.
David Letterman, who is probably right now regretting that decision to retire, got a lesson in what ectoplasm is from Emma Stone, unofficial Hollywood ghost expert.
It's a universally accepted truth that anything that comes out of Christopher Walken's mouth is always going to be disturbingly creepy. If he were to read the ingredients in a box of Shredded Wheat, you'd probably go sleepless for days, terrified of every flicker in your shadow. But he also has the uncanny ability to…
"There's a lot to get straight here and I don't even know if we have time," said James Franco to David Letterman on Thursday night. Franco was responding to questions about his recent Instagram activity, which he said is mainly meant to entertain his fans.
Stephen Colbert appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman to discuss the upcoming changing of the guard and make a few jokes at his own expense.
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.
CBS just announced that after David Letterman retires next year, his Late Show host replacement will be none other than Stephen Colbert. This is the part where I make a joke about Colbert being cancelled that everyone's already made on Twitter.
We've already heard the news that David Letterman is retiring as host of The Late Show, but for those who missed the big news here's the full announcement from Thursday night's show.