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The music legend discussed his "Renegades" book in an interview with Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show."
“I am too amused to do anything about it,” “The Office” star admitted.
"We’re all making assumptions as to who I am," the "Good Wife" actor said of critics who have questioned her casting on the Apple TV+ series.
The late-night host called these people coronavirus “misinformation superspreaders.”
Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino dropped a real whopper this week.
"The Talk" host hilariously described what he did with his gripe about the reality star.
The "Late Show" host tore into Mo Brooks and Paul Gosar.
The satirist often ended his routines by inquiring: “Is there any group I haven’t offended yet?”
“I loved diving into Miss Patty, Kirk, Brian and Babette for sure,” Jenn Ficarra told HuffPost of her hilarious videos.
The CNN anchor told how he catfished people on behalf of mom Gloria Vanderbilt.
The delightfully unhinged performance ended with Siwa grabbing her partner by the throat, ripping off her fake hand and then chomping on it.
The "13 Minutes" star called herself "patient zero in cancel culture."
According to a new report, women and people of color are still a long way from reaching proportional representation as TV creators, writers and directors.
The pop star shredded relatives for "hurting me deeper than you'll ever know !!!"
"Easy to confuse both Homers," host Ben Shephard cracked after the hilarious "Tipping Point" answer.
"Blanket pardon sounds like the kind of made-up fake legal things these doofuses would say," Meyers quipped.
The "Hacks" actor kicks off Season 3 of his digital series, which examines pop culture through an unapologetically queer lens, on Nov. 2.
The "Late Show" host rips the Republican lawmakers accused of helping the Jan. 6 planners.
The late-night host has an idea on what the group should be called.