In what took Usher most of his 20-year music career to accomplish, it took Justin Bieber just a short five years to reap similar financial success and actually surpass his mentor. Usher Raymond IV was an R&B phenom who started his career much like Bieber as a young teen and is among America's top selling artists. Show More Summary
Did Hell just freeze over? Bill O'Reilly and David Letterman have definitely had their differences in the past, so, when the two took a compatibility quiz on the "Late Show" Wednesday night, it was pretty surprising to find out theyShow More Summary
"An Evening With Ethan Hawke" is an invitation as mysterious and elusive as they come. Does that entail eating filet mignon and chatting with the Oscar-nominated actor, or merely sipping wine in the same room as him? Well, as it turns...Show More Summary
If you've ever wondered why the U.K. is so into soccer, you're not alone. When John Oliver stopped by "Late Show" on Tuesday, David Letterman had the "Last Week Tonight" host comment on the somewhat confusing setup of British soccer. Oliver...Show More Summary
Sam Smith took Los Angeles' collective breath away this week, playing two completely sold out shows at the infamous 5,870-seat Greek Theater in Griffith Park. Only a year ago, he pointed out, he performed at the tiny Troubador club in West Hollywood and thanked the fans who came to that first show. "I put out a pretty depressing album last year. Show More Summary
First things first, "Weird Al" Yankovic is a craftsman, but it might surprise you to learn that almost didn't happen. The comedian's parody of Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" was one of the big hits from his latest album, "Mandatory Fun," but it didn't come without some controversy. Show More Summary
John Oliver, who had to resort to comedy after he realized he would never be a professional soccer player, is still completely obsessed with English football, and happy to spend an entire interview explaining the game's various leagues—premier, peasant, Downton Abbey—to a confused David Letterman. Read more...
Wisdom truly does come from the mouths of babes. Prince Ea posted this video, titled ‘The Meaning of Life, Explained by Third Graders.’ It is CHOCK FULL of inspirational stuff. Kids are far wiser than we realize ;). RELATED: Kid rapper defends sister with Down’s Syndrome. Every time I thought “I need to write that down,” […]
Justin Bieber may be playing Selena Gomez by seeing Miranda Kerr AND Kendall Jenner, Christian Bale shines in the Exodus: Gods and Kings trailer, and more of today's First Dibs.
Nick Jonas has a new album coming out and a juicy (nude!) role on a new TV show but all anyone wants to talk about are his abs and his recent whirlwind promotional tour of New York City's gay bars. And for good reason: the 22-year-old...Show More Summary
"I came to tell you that something is coming that is far beyond you and I. This is about Egypt's survival, do you understand?" That's Christian Bale as Moses talking to Joel Edgerton as Ramses in the new trailer for Ridley Scott's "Exodus: Gods and Kings." "Who has been telling you this?" replies Ramses. Show More Summary
When film legend Bette Davis (1908 - 1989) sat down with entertainment journalist Shirley Eder to discuss the sexes, the year was 1963, and Davis was smack in the middle of her career. But even today, her words remain as relevant asShow More Summary
Sometimes celebrity tweets don't make a lot of sense until you find out they were just replying to someone. For instance, when Vladimir Putin tweets about "A Walk Among the Tombstones," you might think he's talking about the Liam Neeson...Show More Summary
Just two weeks before San Francisco's 2011 mayoral election, billionaire angel investor Ron Conway pushed out a viral campaign ad for Mayor Ed Lee that featured cameos from local sports stars and Silicon Valley tech celebs. Now, 13 months...Show More Summary
"He will be in charge... It's up to him how respectful he will be." It's a bit after midnight at the Sunshine Cinema in Manhattan, and just like every month around this time, people are tossing plastic spoons at a screen. Large handfuls are thrown to the front of the theater again and again. Show More Summary
When Redditor GodIsMerciful was in Boston Children's Hospital earlier this year receiving treatment for leukemia, a nurse brought in a keyboard so he could pass the time. The young man, who plays the piano, says he started learning to...Show More Summary
Aretha Franklin released her cover of "Rolling In The Deep" mashed up with "Ain't No Mountain" on Monday, but the live version she performed on The Late Show with David Letterman that evening is so much more fun and way less auto-tuned. Be sure to watch the clip all the way through to catch her funny snap at the end. As Letterman himself would/did say, "Tremendous!" Read more...
Here’s the video for “Animals” which features Adam Levine stalking his wife Behati Prinsloo like a hipster serial killer before banging her naked body covered in blood. It’s the sexual fantasy of any healthy marriage provided your husband wants to fuck himself even harder in a meat locker which is also the vibe I got Read More...
Jeff Goldblum's been lighting up the big screen since his break-out role in the 1986 sci-fi thriller "The Fly," so it's no wonder why General Electric chose the actor to star in its hilarious new commercial as the ultimate fly guy. For...Show More Summary
Insomnia can be a cruel burden. When you stay awake past the witching hour, loneliness inevitably sets in. What's a person to do at 4 a.m. when everyone else is deep in their own REM stages? For Stevie Nicks, the ethereal singer and songwriter who endured her fair share of sleepless nights, the answer could be found in photography. Show More Summary