Upset that One Direction is taking a break? Of course you are. Bryan Cranston, Reggie Watts, and James Corden have formed M3n Not Boyz to fill the void and sing you their new hit single "I Can't Be Your Boy (Cuz I'm a Grown Man)."
During The Late Late Show, the amazing Bryan Cranston, clad in a white suit and a terrific faux-hawk, entered the stage in the shadows during the debut of his grown man boy band, M3n Not Boyz, featuring Reggie Watts and host James Cordell, also in white, singing backup on their hit single, “I Can’t Be […]
If you're looking for smooth dance moves and lyrics about mortgages and minivans, then check out "I Can't Be Your Boy (Cuz I'm a Grown Man)."
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In the vast majority of The Late Late Show episodes, host James Corden briefly hands over the interviewing duties to his eccentric bandleader – and right-hand man – Reggie Watts to see if he has a question for any of the guests gracing the show’s comfy couch that evening. “Reggie’s... More »
POP QUIZ: You’re about to meet comedian, musician, and likely space alien Reggie Watts! What do you do when you meet him? A) Tell him you love his work. B) Ask ‘Who’s Reggie Watts?’ Or C) Put your hands in his hair? Read more...
Reggie Watts is a man of many trades – comedian, singer, musician, beatboxer, and James Corden’s eccentrically charming bandleader on The Late Late Show. But if there’s one thing he really, really, wants people to stop acknowledging, it’s his hair. His voluminously large and untamed afro, to be precise.“What’s going on... More »
photos by David Andrako Eugene & Reggie / 'Bob's Burgers' songfest / Stephin Merritt / John Hodgman The 2015 Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival happened over the weekend with events at The Bell House and Union Hall (and then a EMCF...
A$AP Rocky guest-starred on the last episode of IFC’s Comedy Bang! Bang! (featuring new co-host Kid Cudi, who took over bandleader duties after Reggie Watts’ departure earlier this year). During the episode, Rocky educated host Scott Aukerman on the state of the modern music industry — they give out gold MP3s instead of gold records […]
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is the NFL's best defender. One can easily argue he's the NFL's best overall player. He's the kind of wrecking ball that hasn't been seen since the late, great Reggie White roamed the field. The...Show More Summary
Reggie Watts and I go all the way back to the very beginnings of The Comic's Comic and even before that. I had moved out of Seattle by the time Watts emerged on the scene there as a show-stopping force, not only as singer and frontman for the band Maktub (where I first experienced Watts […]
Despite (or perhaps because of) its prolific output, Comedy Bang! Bang! has not changed much during its four-season existence. For all 70 episodes so far aired, Reggie Watts created all of Bang! Bang!’s music—disjointed jams perfectly matched to the off-kilter nature of the show. Show More Summary
Entertainer Reggie Watts talks about his life, early career, and how California inspires him in a short animation by Drew Tyndall. The video is part of the California Inspires Me series that is a collaboration between Google Play and California Sunday. Previously, we’ve covered earlier installations in the series by artists like Brian Wilson, Jack Black, and Kim Gordon. […]
Today’s the big day: Arbor Day in Cambodia. Also, Kid Cudi makes his debut as the new bandleader on the season 5 debut of Comedy Bang! Bang! at 10:30PM on IFC. Our good friend Reggie Watts brought a lot to the table and we all miss him, but we think Kid Cudi is ready — even…
From our friends at California Sunday, this beautiful animated interview with comedian/musician Reggie Watts. Animation by Drew Tyndell. "California Inspires Me" (California Sunday)
Jack Antonoff had some fun on The Late Late Show With James Corden last night, stopping by to perform a song called “Magic Pancakes,” written by 11-year-old Owen Roberts and then put to music by Antonoff, Reggie Watts, and the rest of the Late Late Show Band. The song is concerned with appropriately 11-year-old things, […]
Set also featured Chance the Rapper, Reggie Watts, and DMC.
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Since the December announcement that Reggie Watts would be leaving Comedy Bang! Bang! for the monetarily greener pastures of James Corden’s Late Late Show (or The Latest Show, to those in the know), there’s been the lingering question of just how that particular surreal late night sketch talk show exit would go down. Show More Summary