It's official -- Jimmy Fallon is taking 'The Tonight Show' host spot beginning next February And while he's surely elated as ever, we were curious as to what the last 'Tonight Show' host had to say. No, not Jay Leno. Conan O'Brien.
Keeping up with his history of memorable appearances on David Letterman's 'Late Show,' legendary funny man Bill Murray stopped by last night and made one heck of an entrance via a hysterically put together kidnapping scene.
Leave it to the kings of late-night to brave Hurricane Sandy yesterday to bring us some comedic relief. Although Frankenstorm forced many shows to suspend broadcasts due to risky weather conditions, that didn't stop Jimmy Fallon and David Letterman from using what they could to garner a few laughs, despite having zero audience members.
Earlier this week, Alec Baldwin applied for a marriage license with his girlfriend Hilaria Thomas. On his way out of the courthouse the volatile actor then got into a violent altercation with a photographer.
So obviously Baldwin had a lot to talk about during his appearance on 'Late Night With David Letterman' Wednesday night. But, perhaps in an attempt to divert some of the attention from his pap
While Bill Murray is one of our greatest actors, doing lots of low-budget indie films -- like his latest effort 'Moonrise Kingdom'-- doesn't quite pay the bills. That's where his new get rich quick scheme comes in.
During his appearance on 'The Late Show With David Letterman,' Conan O'Brien joked that he had been told the two hosts would be discussing their "shared love of antiquing" and their "many wonderful vacations together."
Fat chance on that.
CBS's late night schedule is set for the next couple years. On Monday the network announced that 'The Late Show' host David Letterman and 'The Late, Late Show' headman Craig Ferguson have both had their contracts renewed through 2014.
When he completes his new contract, Letterman will have been a late night talk show host for 32 years, which would break the record previously held by former 'Tonigh
After years and years of mocking the sordid sex lives of other celebrities, David Letterman found himself on the other side of the joke in 2009 when it was revealed he was having sexual relations with female members of his staff.
Generally speaking, it's impolite for guests on his show to bring this up. But Jon Stewart did, although the faux pas was completely inadvertently.
Jeremy Lin's rise from obscure benchwarmer to NBA sensation has been the feel good story of February. However, there has been a dark side to the New Knicks point guard's improbable ascent: the terrible, awful puns based on his last name.
Lana Del Rey's performance on 'Saturday Night Live' last month received the kind of awful reviews that you usually have to be caught lip syncing to get hit with. But the sultry singer was a lot better during an appearance on 'The Late Show With David Letterman' Thursday night.