As the late night shows shuffle around, there has been a lot of talk about adding some diversity to the predominately white, male hosts and after much speculation, it was announced that Larry Wilmore will be taking over Stephen Colbert‘s 11:30pm spot on Comedy Central in 2015. More
Topic: The Colbert Report
Now thatÂ Stephen ColbertÂ is officially committed to take overÂ after Letterman retires, we should probably start thinking about who can take overÂ his show for him once he’s gone. They’re big shoes to fill, but we think the people on this list have a shot at breaking them in. More
I honestly don’t know why we all even bothered trying to haveÂ Stephen Colbert‘s back afterÂ that tweet controversy last week. I’m sure everyone was well-intentioned, but as always, he completely and totally has it covered. More
Good morning friends! I see we all woke up with a fire in our bellies over that racist tweet fromÂ The Colbert Show‘s Twitter, but before we grab our pitchforks and our #cancelcolbert hashtags and go stomping off to storm his castle, there are a few things everyone needs to be aware of. More
Let me start off with a disclaimer that this clip fromÂ The Colbert Report doesn’t feature any celebrities singing songs, promoting their latest film, etc. Â It doesn’t feature any celebrities at all (at least not in the traditional sense). Â It’s part of Stephen Colbert‘s “People Who Are Destroying America” segment, and it is incredibly and wonderfully well done. More
Sometimes the perfect thing to wake you up in the morning is a little vulgarity with your coffee. Morning shows usually aren’t rated TV MA L, or even TV 14 L, and waiting around for Tom Hanks to show up and drop an F bomb can get boring, so you have to look elsewhere for your fill of invigorating curse words. Allow Stephen Colbert and Hugh Laurie help you out. More
Nation, today is that very special day when we celebrate the birth of the greatest human being on the planet, Stephen Colbert. Happy 49th birthday, Colbert, and thank you for all you do. Seriously, without The Colbert Report, twenty-somethings across the country would have absolutely no idea what was going on in the world. More
Colbert chooses a different hot-button issue to sing about: homophobia. In his song “Oopsie-Daisy Homophobe,” he defends his anti-gay ways while wearing a cowboy hat. (That part’s the same.) I’m a fan of putting the phrase “Oopsie-Daisy” in as many song titles as possible, so I loved the song before he even started singing it. More
The Twitter baptism occurred recently at the Clinton Global Initiative, where the former president talked about how awesome social media is, but admitted his only foray into it has been Facebook. Unfortunately, you aren’t currently able to see what dessert recipes or homemade wedding invitations Bill Clinton has shared on Pinterest. More
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Last night, Breaking Bad creatorÂ Vince Gilligan stopped by The Colbert ReportÂ despite his show not currently being on the air, because any time is a good time to talk about Breaking Bad. It’s just that good. More
Last night, Lena Dunham stopped by The Colbert Report to promote her obscure new HBO show, which is called Girls. The interview is delightful and certainly worth watching (he draws her a diagram to show how sex works!) but the thing that stands out most to me is that Dunham appears to have lost a significant amount of weight. More
Stephen Colbert returned to the small screen last night following an unexplained two-episode hiatus, and he made it clear from his sweet aside to his mom that the speculations that he was visiting his mother were true. More
The featured guest on last night’s Colbert Report was David Hallberg, the first American to join the prestigious Bolshoi Ballet. In addition to giving him a bit of a razzing during the interview, Colbert gave him a run for his money on the dance floor. (Not really.) More