Kimmel suggested a televised pay-per-view, whereas Colbert revealed test scores from the president and secretary of state. read more
"What's the difference between Weinstein and the Pillsbury Doughboy? When the Pillsbury Doughboy offers you a role he doesn’t ask you to watch him take a shower for it."read...
On Monday’s episode of 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,' both late-night hosts took turns making positive and negative comments about the president. read more
The 'Late Show' host was a surprise guest on Sunday's 'Last Week Tonight.'read more
Colbert warned Tillerson, whereas Kimmel found the president's accusations ironic. read more
The viral movement was started on 'The Late Show' last week when guest Nick Kroll encouraged stars to share awkward teen photos online.read more
Colbert and Kimmel mocked the president, while Corden took jabs at VP Mike Pence as they all commented on the NBC News story that Trump and the secretary of...
Both late-night hosts responded to various clips of the president interacting with locals and surveying the damage caused by Hurricane Maria. read more
The 'Late Show' host feels the action star has more to say about the controversy over NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.read more
"Awkward phase @nickkroll come on meow who doesn't love braces?! Super fly," star Gina Rodriguez captioned her photo.read more
Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers and more took on the president's tweets about kneeling athletes and the subsequent response.read more
The 'Late Show' host even joked that he, too, had lost his cool recently, and released footage of the incident.read more
"That’s right. We had the second worst ratings of all time," Colbert said. "In your face."read more
Producer Chris Licht says more than 200 guests (including staffers and plus-ones) were flown out and put in a hotel for the festivities that also included a party at...