Chicago Cubs fan Stephen Colbert addressed the team's supposed postseason hex head on during Thursday night's "Late Show," declaring the Curse of the Billy Goat officially broken and the Cubs’ playoff success imminent. Celebrating the...Show More Summary
Former Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke was on the "The Late Show" with Stephen Colbert to talk about his new book The Courage to Act. "What is money?" Colbert asked Bernanke. In response, the former Fed Chair whipped out his startling...Show More Summary
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Gina Rodriguez is all smiles as she arrives for her appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in New York City on Wednesday (October 7). The 30-year-old Jane The Virgin actress chatted about the new season of the show, and opened up about her father’s mantra, which she used in her Golden Globe acceptance [...]
Stephen Colbert is done living in fear of billy goats. The “Late Show” host – who graduated from Northwestern and performed at Second City – went off on billy goats Thursday while celebrating the Cubs’ wild-card game victory. “So many things I’ve been wanting to say about your kind for years, but...
Not every film-to-stage adaptation works, as evidenced by James Corden's production of "Inappropriate Musicals" on Thursday's "Late Late Show."
It had been 22 years since New York City's iconic Ed Sullivan Theater had been touched by an army of hammer and nails But when Stephen Colbert moved into the space that David Letterman had called home since 1993, it was time to renovate...Show More Summary
Stevie Wonder sang a song about veganism in a video of outtakes from his recent appearance on “The Late Late Show With James Corden”. In the video, the musical legend talks Read More The post WATCH: Stevie Wonder Sings About Veganism With James Corden appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Following up on a well-received video clip in which CBS late-night host James Corden and music legend Stevie Wonder drove around filming a “Carpool Karaoke” session for “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” the show posted an outtake video...
NBC’s “Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon” put some ratings distance between itself and its new CBS competitor, “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” “Fallon” topped “Colbert” by 41% for the week of Sept. 28-Oct. 2 in the key 18-49 demo,...
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His “Late Late Show” segment with Stevie Wonder was a huge hit back in September and now James Corden has even more Carpool Karaoke goodness for the benefit of all mankind! The English television personality was geeked to take his musical...Show More Summary
"We had to find a way to contain the jokes," production designer Jim Fenhagen says. Built ninety years ago, the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York was has lived through many acts. First as a home for Broadway plays, then a nightclub, and eventually a broadcast studio for CBS. Show More Summary
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Let’s take a moment out of our busy day to praise whoever lights the musical guests on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert. The person who does that job appears to have an innate understanding of how to make the musical guest look exactly the way that musical guest should look. Case in point: Tame […]
The other night, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, cellist Yo-Yo Ma performed the Courante from Bach's "Cello Suite No. 2," and Misty Copeland, who earlier this year became the first African-American ballerina to be named principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre, danced a piece choreographed by Marcelo Gomes. Show More Summary
There are 1,200 people running for President. Get to know the wackiest -- other than Trump & Cruz -- on late night
On last night's "Late Show With Stephen Colbert", Stephen welcomed musical guests Tame Impala. Watch them perform their Currents single "The Less I Know the Better" in front of a psychedelic backdrop. Watch Tame Impala perform "It Is Not Meant to Be" for Pitchfork.tv:
"No Man's Sky" still has no release date in sight and this is despite the special attention it got during the Late Show with Stephen Colbert recently, where Sean Murray of game developer Hello Games showed off the game to Colbert himself. Show More Summary