Whitney Cummings, female, guest-hosted The Late Late Show last night. It would appear that no one died.
Cummings, who is the creator and executive producer of the CBS series 2 Broke Girls—and whose own late-night talk show, Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings, was cancelled three months after it premiered on E! back in 2013—kicked off her two-night gig last night with a monologue poking fun at sexism in show business:
"Women are mostly found in daytime TV. I personally would never want to do a daytime show because I look better at night, and I can't cook."
Cummings is part a series of hosts filling in on the Late Late Show, formerly hosted by Craig Ferguson, before British comedian James Corden takes over on March 23rd.