James Halcomb says good-bye to two staples of his television viewing. The Late Late Show has said farewell to Craig Ferguson and Stephen Colbert has left Comedy Central. The post A Final Farewell to Stephen Colbert and Craig Ferguson appeared first on The Good Men Project.
He sings, he dances, he pratfalls, he charms the pants off everyone in a room — he's James Corden, Into the Woods leading man and heir to The Late Late Show throne. Steadily working in his native England for nearly two decades (Doctor Who fans know him well), Corden caught... More »
Could you IMAGINE being called the most boring guest ever by Jay Leno?!? Well, for former Bachelorette Trista Sutter that's EXACTLY what happened! While on the last episode of The Late, Late Show, Craig Ferguson asked Jay if there was any guest who just absolutely put him to sleep and he answered that she was the one! [ [...]
T Bone Burnett is a fan. So is Craig Ferguson. Now, Betty White is an admirer of the Angel City Chorale, which serenaded her Wednesday night during the final week of Ferguson's "The Late Late Show."
After almost 10 years brilliantly hosting the award-winning Late Late Show on CBS, the incredible Craig Ferguson opened his final show with a composite of all of Craig’s monologues beginning with his first broadcast in 2005 through the present. Later on in the show, many of Craig’s guests throughout the years came back to perform […]
After ten years as host of The Late Late Show, Craig Ferguson bid his beloved audience farewell with a bizarre… Read More
Darlene Love gave her annual performance of "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" on the Late Show on Thursday (12/18). She's been doing it since 1986, but says with David Letterman retiring from the Late Show it would be her...
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The Rock and Roll hall of famer, Darlene Love, performed “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” on The Late Show with David Letterman. Love went all out for the big performance. Check out the video. The tradition of performing on the show began in 1986, when Love was just beginning with a 4 piece band. Not […]
Craig Ferguson has hosted his final Late, Late Show. After ten seasons and over 2,000 episodes, the ever changing late night landscape saw yet another changing of the guard as comedian Craig Ferguson signed off the air with a star-studded...Show More Summary
On Friday night Darlene Love closed out a three-decade run of performing her holiday classic on The Late Show. Via Rolling Stone: The tradition began in 1986 when Love first performed "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" on Letterman's...Show More Summary
Post by Lisa Fogarty. David Letterman is calling it quits in 2015. Whether you're a fan or not -- for me, his show has always been hit or miss -- one legendary performer you might forever associate with the The Late Show host is singer...Show More Summary
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Craig Ferguson hosted The Late Late Show for the last time this past Friday and, although it has been a well-known fact that that Ferguson’s late night talk show has never had a band, his final show was kicked off by an impressive musical number, reports Entertainment Weekly. Show More Summary
Craig Ferguson left the Late Late Show on Friday, marking the end of a 10-year tenure. Ferguson was late night’s best host, one who routinely inched the genre toward improvised and experimental territory, so it’s only proper that heShow More Summary
After another very high-profile farewell this week, Craig Ferguson, the host of The Late Late Show, made a quieter adieu. Ferguson called it quits when he found out he wasn't going to succeed David Letterman at The Late Show. As expected, his goodbye was modest and charming. "You came to... More »
As host of The Late Late Show, Craig Ferguson spent much of his 10-year tenure dragging the talk show format into increasingly bizarre territory. So when he hosted his final episode on Friday, it was only fitting that Ferguson would cap it off with an homage to some of the most inexplicable twists in television history. Read more...
Craig Ferguson doesn’t have a band. That’s been a long-running joke of The Late Late Show—he didn’t have a lot
We're gonna miss him so much!!! Craig Ferguson had the world up in stitches after his final episode for the Late Late Show on Thursday night slash Friday morning and while the Scottish host had a great amount of celebrities available for his send off — it was actually Craig's own words that touched us the [...]