After ten years of hosting ‘The Late Late Show,’ Craig Ferguson said goodbye on Dec. 20 in the best way possible — with a huge star-studded musical number as well as a hilarious chat with his good pal Jay Leno. Plus, Drew Carey made an epic cameo.
It’s never easy to say goodbye, but Craig Ferguson went out on a high note during his final hour of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on Dec. 20. With a musical number, a friendly chat with Jay Leno and an unexpected ending, we’d argue that the Scottish host ended his season better than most scripted shows on television have in recent memory.
We’re definitely thankful it’s Friday, but there’s a downside. After ten years of hosting the ‘The Late Late Show,’ Craig Ferguson will officially step down. Luckily he has a ton of A-listers who are helping him sign off. You’ve got to see this list!
Keep your tissues out. Just one night after Stephen Colbert had a star-studded final show of The Colbert Report, we have to say goodbye to Craig Ferguson on CBS’ The Late Late Show. Luckily, he’s secured the stars too — you’ll never believe whose joining him on stage!
Congratulations, James Corden! The hilarious funny man has officially been tapped to replace Craig Ferguson as host of the, ‘Late Late Show,’ starting in 2015!
Doctor Who star and British comedian, James Corden, 36, has officially been announced as late-night staple Craig Ferguson‘s replacement when he leaves the Late Late Show, in December! Are you excited about Craig’s replacement?
There’s a new name in late night and it’s James Corden! The British actor and comedian will take over for longtime host Craig Ferguson when he leaves ‘The Late Late Show’ in December. Are YOU excited about Craig’s replacement?
Fans will bid a tearful goodbye to late-night staple Craig Ferguson, 52, when he leaves the CBS talk show in December, but at least now they have a new funnyman to cushion the blow! Doctor Who star James Corden, 35, has been tapped to replace Craig as the new host of The Late Late Show!
It really is the end of a late-night era! Craig Ferguson announced on April 28 that he will be leaving ‘Late Late Night’ in December, after hosting the talk show for nearly a decade.
Fans said a tearful goodbye to late-night legend Jay Leno this year when he hosted his final episode of The Tonight Show on Feb. 6. Less than two months later, David Letterman announced that he would be retiring from the Late Show in 2015. And now, we’re losing another late-night staple — Craig Ferguson! Craig revealed the news to his audience during an April 28 taping of his show — so sad!
Kristen Stewart showed up to ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ on Dec. 10 and talked about her new film, ‘On The Road’ and of course didn’t forget ‘Twilight’, which Craig Ferguson admitted he has never seen! What could have been a really awkward conversation turned out hilarious!
Kristen Stewart showed up to The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and once she found out Craig hasn’t seen any of the Twilight movies, she didn’t let it go and gave him a piece of her mind! Check out what she had to say to Craig! You might be surprised!
The Late Late Show host is a daddy for the second time! Craig and his wife Megan welcomed a son, Liam James on Monday, Jan. 31.
It’s a blue bundle of joy! Craig Ferguson, 48, and his wife Megan Wallace Cunningham, 28, welcomed a baby boy named Liam James Ferguson on Monday in Los Angeles. “Everyone is happy and healthy,” his rep tells People. “The family is doing great, everybody’s perfect.” Wonderful news!
Since Neil obviously can’t provide the breastmilk for his daughter — although he tried! — he spends a fortune to get it shipped from San Jose!
Neil Patrick Harris and his partner, David Burtka, welcomed their twins Harper and Gideon via surrogate two months ago, but due to Harper’s gastrointestinal problems, the couple have to get breastmilk shipped in specially for their daughter.
The cast of New Moon is all over your TV!
Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and the gang are promoting their new movie like crazy — and spilling their secrets to your favorite talk show hosts. Avoid crazy crowds and bloodthirsty fans with this handy guide to where all the stars will be popping up. Read more