The conservative "Midnight Cowboy" actor was "a clown dancing for a clown" as he received a National Medal of Arts from the president, one person on Twitter said.
"It’s like we’re living in the Roman Empire, and Mark Zuckerberg is Caesar. At least that would explain his haircut."
The actor-artist evoked the King of Rock and Roll to mock Trump.
The country queen and the prince had a hilarious interaction in 2015.
Marielle Heller’s new quasi-biopic, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” stars Tom Hanks as the beloved television host.
"The Late Show" also debuted a catchy jingle to explain the impeachment inquiry into the president.
The Grammy-nominated teen star got the question from her album title and received adorable and disturbing answers on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Though the two actors are now married, it wasn't exactly love at first sight.
"Help us escape this wicked administration," Mero tells the presidential candidate before their submarine game adventure.
While other parents have probably tried to discipline their kids this way, few have the authority of actually being a character from "Frozen."
"Sexiest man title has been a curse upon my family," Teigen tweeted alongside a video of John Legend wearing what appears to be a sexy elf costume.
"Is that your nice way of reminding me how close I am to death?" the host joked to the Grammy-nominated teen star.
The "Saturday Night Live" star transformed into a nude Ken doll for Paper magazine's Break The Internet issue.
The show was rumored to be canceled for months, and it's unclear if it will ever air again.
The "Riverdale" star told fans on Twitter that when she made a reference to OCD on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” she wasn't being facetious.
Ferrell told Jimmy Fallon that Walken is constantly bombarded with calls for "More cowbell!"
“Blimey, what is she doing here? Mining for jewels?” Thompson said while recalling the experience.
The Duchess of Cambridge isn't going to Thursday Tusk Conservation Awards after all.
Director Jon M. Chu responded on social media, claiming those words would never “come of my mouth.”