The future Late Show host is the latest late night comedian to take part in the #GiveThem20 challenge for American military vets.
John Oliver made him do it
Wow! I'm almost inclined to believe there's some kind of chicanery involved here. In this week leading up to America's Independence Day, many celebrities are dropping to the ground and doing twenty push-ups to show their support for the veterans of the United States military before challenging fellow celebrities to do the same. Show More Summary
The #GiveThem20 campaign is trying to be this year's version of the Ice Bucket Challenge: Celebrities are doing 20 push-ups or sit-ups to show their support for America's soldiers, and then challenging their famous friends to do it, too. Stephen Colbert got tagged by John Oliver a few weeks ago,... More »
He’s so strong, he doesn’t even need his arms.
"It could be very bad for business," he said
Finally, a reason to exercise. From The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly chided Stephen Colbert on Monday for making fun of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia following the high court’s decision legalizing marriage equality. “In a few months, Colbert will be competing against [Jimmy] Fallon and [Jimmy] Kimmel, both...
During his opening segment on gay marriage and the Supreme Court, Bill O'Reilly took a shot at Stephen Colbert for "alienating traditional Americans."
Late Show host Stephen Colbert dropped and gave the troops 20 push-ups on Monday as part of a charity effort in response to a challenge from his Last Week Tonight counterpart, John Oliver. As USA Today reported earlier this month, the #GiveThem20 campaign involves doing 20 push-ups or sit-ups in...
Add Stephen Colbert to the chorus of celebrities and media personalities cheering Friday's Supreme Court's decision in Obergefell vs. Hodges, which struck down state laws barring same-sex marriage.
Stephen Colbert is SO happy the U.S. Supreme Court finally legalized rainbows same sex marriage! The upcoming Late Show host posted a video on the show's YouTube channel to comment on the historic news! But the clip wasn't all celebration, as the 51-year-old called out the Supreme Court justices who voted against marriage equality in Friday's 5-4 [...]
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert may not be on the air just yet, but the comedian continues to put his satirical spin on political topics. The subject of his latest monologue: the Supreme Court's recent ruling on gay marriage. Colbert...Show More Summary
The new Colbert is here.
Ever since the Supreme Court voted to legalize gay marriage around the country last Friday, a number of positive responses have gone viral. President Obama referred to the decision as a victory for America, while Stephen Colbert cracked...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert has a few things he would like to say about the Supreme Court legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states last Friday. And each thing is totally hilarious! In a video posted to his official The Late Show with Stephen Colbert...Show More Summary
We have a feeling his monologues are going to be pretty great. Not even into his "Late Show" tenure yet, new host Stephen Colbert can't wait to dig into the current events and find the funny. With the landmark 5-4 decision by the U.S. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert is back Stephen Colbert-ing gloriously even before he makes his TV debut this September as the new host of The Late Show following David Letterman's departure. His latest...
Stephen Colbert won’t begin his new role as host of the Late Show until September 8, but that’s not stopping him from cranking out hilarious […]
Only a few more months until Stephen Colbert is back on the air. In the meantime, we'll just have to settle for some short videos, like this one reacting to the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling: