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The Mooch is back! Anthony Scaramucci appeared on ‘The Late Show’ following Trump’s weak response to the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. Scaramucci had no problem slamming Trump’s team and said he’d kick adviser Steve Bannon out if he could!
Stephen Colbert snagged the first TV appearance with Brad Pitt following his split from Angelina Jolie, and boy did they have a blast. We’ve got the details of how the superstar did a fun ‘Big Questions with Even Bigger Stars’ skit during ‘The Late Show’ on May 16.
Hillary Clinton had one last important stop to make before the big Apr. 19 New York Democratic primary, and that was to ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.’ Read on for what Hil had to say in her final late night appearance before the voters hit the polls.
Dine and dash! Hillary Clinton, 68, got stiffed with the check when she went on a lunch date with The Late Show host Stephen Colbert, 51, at the world-famous Carnegie Deli. But prior to that, Stephen got down to the hard-hitting questions we’ve been waiting for, like what the worst food she’s had on the campaign trail was and why she hates to eat on camera!
Lindsay Lohan defended herself, with the help of her family, after fellow actress, Jennifer Lawrence, made a hurtful joke aimed at the star. During Jennifer’s recent ‘Late Show’ appearance, she used Lindsay’s name when referring to physical exhaustion, but in a not so nice way.
While it’s no secret that Lindsay Lohan, 29, has struggled with alcohol and drugs in the past, that doesn’t mean she’ll allow herself to be belittled because of it. The actress took to Twitter to stand up for herself after Jennifer Lawrence, 25, commented on the star’s physical activities during a visit to the Late Show. See why Jennifer has a few less fans below!
These days, it’s pretty hard to get attention unless you’re Donald Trump– or unless you look like him. With that in mind, Jon Stewart made a special trip to ‘The Late Show,’ and he found a very affective way to get people talking.
When Jon Stewart paid his old pal Stephen Colbert a visit on the Dec. 10 episode of The Late Show, he knew just how to make a (orange-tinted) splash: by dressing up exactly like Donald Trump, wig and all. We have to say, considering we are writing this right now, Jon and Stephen’s plan to “Trump it up” for attention kinda worked. Watch the ridiculous clip!
Victoria’s Secret angel, Behati Prinsloo, dropped by ‘The Late Show’ to do some snacking, and when host Stephen Colbert forgot his napkin, he used the next best thing: her angel wings! Watch!
Well… Ew. On the eve of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, on Dec. 7, some of the angels made their way to The Late Show and, well, one thing lead to another and before you knew it, Behati Prinsloo, 26, Adriana Lima, 34, and Taylor Hill, 19, were chowing down on buffalo wings with Stephen Colbert! Unfortunately, the angels forgot one crucial tool: a wet-nap! So, naturally, they all wiped their grubby fingers on Behati’s wings! Seriously, see for yourself!
Ted Cruz has some, uh, thoughts about the Supreme Court– namely that there shouldn’t really be one. The republican presidential hopeful dropped by ‘The Late Show’ on Sept. 21 to chat and his comments diminishing the justices are shocking. Watch!
Ted Cruz, 44, is once again making people angry, this time insinuating that the Supreme Court should essentially be eliminated. When he made an appearance on The Late Show, host Stephen Colbert asked the senator his thoughts on gay marriage and while he remains opposed, he did manage to skirt some of the responsibility and turn the question into a complete dismissal of the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court justices. You can watch the objectionable remarks below!
Stephen Colbert officially took over ‘The Late Show’ on Sept. 8, bringing out his first two guests, George Clooney and Jeb Bush — and both were equally entertaining. So, we’ve broken down every moment you missed (what were you doing?)!
Stephen Colbert broke in the Ed Sullivan Theater in the best way ever. We knew this season of The Late Show would be different, and the 51-year-old host reassured just that when his opening skit included people from all over singing “The National Anthem” — one man wearing a catcher’s mask. And at the very end, that man took the mask off to yell, “Play ball.” And it was Jon Stewart. Oh yeah, and then Colbert did that dance that we loved from the “Get Lucky” video.
When Stephen Colbert was growing up, his father and two of his brothers were killed in a plane crash. Opening up about the tragedy, the comedian admits that he isn’t mad about what happened to he and his family.
Stephen Colbert has had a lot of good fortune in his life. After all, he’s taking over as host of The Late Show beginning Sept. 8. However, he’s also suffered a great deal and, in the new issue of GQ, the 51-year-old is opening up about his life following the 1974 accident which killed his two brothers and his father, and how he’s managed to find serenity following such tragedy.
Wondered how Stephen Colbert has been spending his time off from showbiz? By growing a beard, obvi. The funnyman showed off (and shaved) some brand new facial hair in a hilarious new viral clip he filmed ahead of his gig on ‘The Late Show!’
Ever since The Colbert Report ended, we’ve been having major Stephen Colbert, 51, withdrawals. Thankfully, the comedian blessed us with a funny YouTube video to satisfy us until he takes his stand as the new host of The Late Show on September 8. In it, he shows off his beard — and goes through several mini-makeovers before completely shaving it off. Trust us when we tell you: this is a must-watch!
Rock on! The Foo Fighters, David Letterman’s favorite band, were bestowed the great honor of closing out the iconic late show host’s final ‘Late Show’ on May 20. Click to WATCH!
The Foo Fighters had a special role on David Letterman’s last Late Show. Dave Grohl, 46, and his band were the late night host’s final musical guests after David’s 33-year reign. The band performed an electric rendition of their hit “Everlong” on the May 20 show. During the performance of David’s favorite song, footage and images of the 68-year-old’s most iconic Late Show moments were shown, giving us all one huge dose of nostalgia.
David Letterman’s last ‘Late Show’ episode was bittersweet to say the least. While we gear up for Stephen Colbert to take the hot seat as the new host, David took a minute to gush about his successor!
On May 20, late night television changed forever as David Letterman, 68, signed off of The Late Show for the last time. Before he could go, though, David wanted to make it clear that he approved of his successor, Stephen Colbert, 50, by announcing he’s “very excited” for Stephen to take over! Aww.
David Letterman took one last run across the stage on May 20 on his last night as the host of ‘The Late Show.’ But naturally, he wasn’t alone for the finale.
It was tough to hear anything David Letterman was saying on Wednesday night’s episode over the applause and name chanting. But after 33 years and 6,028 episodes, Jim Carrey, Tina Fey, Peyton Manning and many more all arrived at the Ed Sullivan Theater to pay tribute to the comedian on his last night as the host, before Stephen Colbert takes over in September. If you missed it, I’m here to fill you in — and yes, I covered the last Top 10.
David Letterman is retiring from the late night game and, before signing off, longtime guest Tina Fey paid her respects one final time in the best possible way.
Let’s see the rest of his guests top this one. On May 7, American hero Tina Fey dropped by David Letterman‘s Late Show for one last time, before Dave retires on May 20. While reflecting on her impressive 20 visits to the Late Show, Tina remarked that once Dave is out of the game, she will have no reason to ever put on a fancy dress again, as she has only ever done so out of respect for him. Of course, along with vowing to never dress up again, Tina also celebrated the end of her Spanx-wearing days– and she let everyone know how excited she was about it. Watch the incredible clip now!
Jon Stewart called it! A week after David Letterman revealed he was retiring from ‘The Late Show’ in 2015, CBS officially announced on April 10 that the Comedy Central funnyman would be taking over.
Say goodbye to Stephen Colbert‘s satirical right-wing persona — the Comedy Central host will presumably be shedding it as he moves from his show, The Colbert Report, to The Late Show to replace David Letterman when he retires in 2015.