Bernie Sanders made a pretty good joke about himself on the Friday, June 24 episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Once upon a time, Sen. Bernie Sanders ran for the Democratic nomination for President—some say he's still running to this very day (despite saying he's gonna vote for her) But now he'll settle for appearing on tonight's show. Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: Yes, you too can get free tickets for a Black Sabbath tribute band. If you try very hard.
Wearing a “solar-flare plaid” suit, RuPaul sashayed onto the stage of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night—to the tune of Diana Ross’ “I’m coming out.” Ru exuded charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent from the moment he sat down, but in case viewers were at a loss, Colbert flashed a picture of the drag... Read more »
In an appearance on “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert late this week, the Democratic presidential candidate confirmed his intent to take his 1900 delegates to the Democratic convention.
Drag legend RuPaul sat down with Stephen Colbert last night. Colbert asked Ru if it was okay “as a white straight male who lives in the suburbs” to call him a drag queen, and Ru said “drag queens don’t take life too seriously… Read The post RuPaul Schools Stephen Colbert on Drag, Douching, and Pride: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
During an appearance on The Late Show on Thursday night, Bernie Sanders told host Stephen Colbert that he is not ready to endorse Hillary Clinton for president of the United States, responding with a flat “no” to Colbert’s inquiry. Though reports have emerged today noting that Sanders acknowledged that he will vote for Hillary Clinton... Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Ticketmaster revealed the shows for which the company is giving away free or discounted tickets, as a result of a class-action lawsuit. Among the acts playing concerts with free tickets, discounted tickets, and discounted shipping are Bob Dylan, Modest Mouse, Kurt Vile, and the Cure, and many more. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert had Bernie Sanders on his show again last night, where put him through the ringer over why won't drop out of the race if isn't going to be the Democratic nominee.
Earlier this week, Ticketmaster unveiled the disappointing list of shows on which people could use the vouchers they got as part of a settlement against the company. But we’re not the only ones who were underwhelmed—Stephen Colbert was...Show More Summary
Bernie Sanders goes on the Late Show.
Ticketmaster lost the class action lawsuit Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster, and as a result they’re giving away $5 million in free concert tickets. Anyone who purchased tickets from the company between 1999 and 2013 is probably sitting on a number of free ticket vouchers to be used on a selection of events chosen by Ticketmaster — […]
In spite of Colbert's jokingly baiting Sanders to announce an end to his campaign, Bernie stood strong on his future progressive plans. Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders joined host Stephen ColbertShow More Summary
Who doesn’t love Stephen Colbert when he’s at his sauciest, his most Axl-Rose-but-you-know-classic-Axl-Rose-iest? The host of Late Night riffed on the disappointingly subpar concerts made available by Ticketmaster's free voucher settlement and, wow, Smashmouth does not get away unscathed. Just a slap to the goatee and tiny chinstrap beard. It’s ... More »
Bernie Sanders is not dropping out. Or so the Democratic presidential candidate told Stephen Colbert last night on the Late Show. Yes, Hillary Clinton has received the necessary number of delegates to clinch the nomination, and yes, the media's campaign narrative has shifted squarely to "Trump vs. Show More Summary
"If I wanted to see a lame Guns N' Roses cover band, I'll go see Guns N' Roses."
Stephen Colbert poked fun at Ticketmaster Thursday night after the company released their list of not-so-appetizing free concerts, the result of a long-standing, just-settled class action lawsuit. "Ticketmaster is settling a class action lawsuit for overcharging customers, and as part of the settlement, they're giving out $5 million dollars in free concert...
Bernie Sanders struck a reflective tone Thursday night on “Late Night with Stephen Colbert,” although he would not say he’d end his Democratic presidential campaign. The Vermont senator was met with thunderous applause, and the audience chanted his name for nearly 20 seconds...
On the Late Show the other night, Neil deGrasse Tyson stopped by to teach Stephen Colbert about the Woman in the Moon.
Bernie Sanders kept his presidential campaign going strong on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Thursday night.
Uzo Aduba keeps it chic and sophisticated while making her way inside the Ed Sullivan Theater to make an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Monday (June 20) in New York City. The 35-year-old actress talked about being record-setting college sprinter before turning to acting and promoted season four of her hit [...]