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Top 100 Most Subscribed YouTube Channels Worldwide • September 2015

20 hours ago | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

It's another installment of the Top 100 Most Subscribed YouTube Channels Worldwide and an international pop star is in the very top spot.

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For the second month running, PewDiePie is not in first place on the Most Subscribed YouTube Channels Chart. That honor now belongs to a 21-year-old pop star. Justin Bieber had a very good month on the world's largest video-sharing site thanks to the release of his first music video in over seven months. What Do You Mean? quickly racked up a nine-figure view count and attracted a lot of new fans to the Biebs YouTube channel. It ended the month with more than 736,000 new subscribers.

In second place is Markiplier. The YouTube gamer who hails from the United States beat out his international peers, scoring more than 613,000 new subscribers in the 30 days of September. Next up in the #3 spot is PewDiePie. The twentysomething Swedish gamer (who »

- Joshua Cohen

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Lady Gaga And Jay Leno Trump Bill Clinton In Late-Night TV

7 October 2015 9:44 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Bill Clinton, freshly deployed Hillary Clinton campaigner, visited Stephen Colbert on CBS’ The Late Show last night to explain why Bernie Sanders is doing so well in polling, what’s up with Donald Trump, and for whom he will vote which yes, was a serious softball. But Lady Gaga, plugging the debut of FX’s American Horror Story: Hotel on NBC’s Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, trumped Clinton in the ratings, with an assist from Jay Leno. “Who do you like for 2016?&#8221… »

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Donald Trump Is 'Master Brander,' Says Bill Clinton on 'Colbert'

7 October 2015 6:45 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Bill Clinton, once dubbed by President Obama as "Secretary of Explaining Stuff," dropped some knowledge on Tuesday's episode of The Late Show, telling Stephen Colbert why Donald Trump is holding strong in the polls. "Because he's a master brander," Clinton said, flatly. "And he's the most interesting character out there.

"And because he says something that overrides the ideological differences," he continued. "If you look at the first debate, a lot of those guys were competing for who could be the most politically correct on the answers. Trump says, 'Ok, »

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Colbert: Sc Storm Looks Like Something ‘I’m Not Allowed to Say on CBS’

6 October 2015 7:37 AM, PDT | Mediaite - TV | See recent Mediaite - TV news »

Stephen Colbert drew attention to the Hurricane Joaquin-induced flooding that is currently ravaging South Carolina on Monday night. The Late Show host grew up in Charleston, and has often featured the state in some of his more memorable comedy bits. However, instead of poking fun, he used his national platform to draw attention to the damage and devastation, and setup a collection of charities on the Late Show website. »

- Andrew Husband

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Stephen Colbert Gave a Searing Monologue on Guns, Trump, and ‘Honest Insanity’

3 October 2015 10:08 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

"I want to talk about pretending," Stephen Colbert said on last night's episode of The Late Show, which aired just a little over 24 hours after the Oregon shooting. "That is something that I know a little bit about." Colbert used his own public persona as a means of segueing into a sober discussion on the insanity that is America's inability to have a rational, civilized discussion on gun control in the wake of repeated violence. The severity with which Colbert spoke harkens back to some of Jon Stewart's more serious talks, and presents a new side of the comedian. "I don't know how to start a show like this," Colbert said on his difficulty processing the Sisyphean repetition of violence, gun culture, and the insane way we talk about these issues. "One of the definitions of insanity is changing nothing and pretending something will change." He then veered into »

- Greg Cwik

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Watch Stephen Colbert's Powerful Monologue About Oregon Shooting

3 October 2015 7:55 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Stephen Colbert ended his first month as The Late Show host by opting to tackle tragedy head on with a powerful monologue that examined yet another "senseless" mass shooting, this time at an Oregon college that left 10 people dead, and our own "insanity" for doing nothing to prevent the next one. Like his predecessor David Letterman, Colbert elected to confront a serious issue gripping our country, even as late-night television is generally regarded as a comedic haven from the harsh realities.

"Whether or not we hit the right notes on any given night, »

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Best of Late Night TV: Miley Cyrus' Emotional Interview and Jessica Alba's 'Tramp Stamp'

2 October 2015 12:28 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.

Time for another "Emotional Interview" with...Miley Cyrus! The best emotions she acted out had to be "super-offensive" and "super-polite," but the most hilarious thing she said? "I"m an international phenomenon and my name is Miley and everyone knows that."

Miley was also asked if she'd rather give up pot or glitter. The answer may surprise you. (Haha, not it won't, she obviously chose glitter.)

Speaking of Miley (sorry, there was a lot happening with her), she's really mad at Leonardo DiCaprio because he didn't "pass the vape" at an SNL after party. It's like, get your priorities straight, Leo. First the man-bun, now this?

On a more serious note, »

- Mehera Bonner

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Stephen Colbert and Tom Hanks Discuss Movie Ideas, Time Travel, and More on The Late Show

1 October 2015 10:28 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

During his first week as host of The Late Show, Stephen Colbert welcomed Scarlett Johannson on during his second show ever, and the two of them talked about some pretty “deep” stuff in the first-ever segment of “Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars.” Last night on The Late Show, though, Colbert had another major celebrity join him underneath the starry night sky and ponder life’s biggest mysteries: Tom Hanks. As they lie next to each other (somehow not breaking into fits of laughter), Colbert and Hanks discuss a variety of topics, ranging from why bad things happen to good people to time travel to what Santa does during the summer months. And you’re most definitely going to want to hear Hanks’ pitch for the best idea for a movie that hasn’t yet been made (a quick hint: it involves dogs and the President of the United States). However, »

- Chris King

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Stephen Colbert Ponders Life's "Big Questions" with Tom Hanks on "The Late Show"

1 October 2015 9:45 AM, PDT | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Spoiler alert: Even Tom Hanks doesn't have all the answers!   Stephen Colbert recruited the "Bridge of Spies" star for his segment "Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars" for "The Late Show" on Wednesday, where the duo bounced ideas off one another about some of the world's biggest unanswered questions.  Check out the video above to see what they had to say about God, time machines and Santa Claus!  The clip opens up with Stephen and Tom lying on a picnic blanket together, both taking in the sights and sounds of the night. After discussing the scenery for a few moments, Colbert kicked things off with a few questions most of us have asked ourselves at least once or twice.  "Hey Tom, why do you think bad things happen to good people?" Colbert asked the actor. "I don't know," Tom confessed. "Maybe it's because God's really old, and his eyes are going, »

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Watch: When It Comes to Donald Trump, John Oliver "Couldn't give less of a shit"

1 October 2015 8:26 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Stephen Colbert opened "The Late Show" last night with a joke about getting more than 30 seconds into his monologue without mentioning Donald Trump, but guest John Oliver, of HBO's consistently brilliant "Last Week Tonight," faces no such pressure to mention the businessman, entertainer, and poll-leading Republican presidential candidate. "I couldn't give less of a shit," the avuncular Brit told Colbert. "I don't care until we're in the same year as the thing that I'm supposed to care about." (Watch the full interview here.) Read More: "The Problems (and Promise) of 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert'" The conversation between two of late night's leading figures offered a glimpse into the way that networks and formats, not just much-ballyhooed hosts, shape the content and character of each entry in the genre. While Colbert has attempted to bring his political acumen to bear in interviews with the likes of Jeb Bush and Snapchat CEO. »

- Matt Brennan

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Ed Sheeran's Theory on Why He's a Musician Will Make You Laugh Out Loud

1 October 2015 8:12 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Ed Sheeran kept it real when he sat down with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show on Wednesday. The singer explained that when he was younger, he struggled with a stutter that still comes back when he's under pressure. "I was a very odd child," he said, adding that he wore "big, big blue National Health glasses." Ed even shared his theory as to why he became a singer, joking, "The reason I became a musician is God looked down and said, 'You probably need some help getting laid.'" Watch Ed talk about his younger years in the funny clip above, and then check out six times he stole a pop song and made it radder. »

- Laura Marie Meyers

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John Oliver on Donald Trump: 'I Couldn't Give Less of a S--t'

1 October 2015 7:39 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Two former Daily Show correspondents reunited Wednesday on The Late Show as Stephen Colbert was joined by Last Week Tonight host John Oliver. Before Jon Stewart left The Daily Show in July, he expressed regret that he was departing as Donald Trump's political popularity was ascending. (Colbert too overindulged on Trump during his premiere Late Show episode.) Oliver, however, has a different attitude toward the Republican frontrunner. "I couldn't give less of a shit. It's physically impossible," he said of the mogul.

It's not that Oliver won't care eventually, »

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Tom Hanks Tells Stephen Colbert Idea for Greatest Movie Never Made (Video)

1 October 2015 6:56 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Tom Hanks revealed the greatest movie idea ever to Stephen Colbert on Wednesday’s episode of “The Late Show.” “The best idea for a movie that hasn’t been made — yet — is an action thriller about an elite team of secret service dogs that protect the president’s dog,” Hanks said during Colbert’s “Big Questions with Even Bigger Stars” segment. Colbert said he would see such a film, to which Hanks replied “I’d see it in 3D, buddy boy.” The pair also pondered what Santa Claus does during the summer. “I think he’s Santa on the other planets, »

- Joe Otterson

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Ed Sheeran, Bill Withers Talk Growing Up Stutterers on 'Colbert'

1 October 2015 6:27 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Ed Sheeran and Bill Withers joined Stephen Colbert on The Late Show to promote an upcoming Carnegie Hall tribute and charity concert in Withers' honor that will benefit the Stuttering Association for the Young — something both musicians suffered from as children.

Sheeran did most of the talking, admitting he still stutters occasionally and noting the impediment arose after doctors forgot to apply an anesthetic while removing a birthmark around his eye. On top of that, Sheeran said he used to wear massive National Health Service-issued eyeglasses and has no eardrum in one ear. »

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Stephen Colbert and Tom Hanks Ask the "Big Questions" on The Late Show—Watch Now!

1 October 2015 5:50 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Everyone asks those mind-blowing questions that few have the answers to, and celebrities are no different. Stephen Colbert found himself curious Wednesday, so he decided to ponder the mysteries of the universe with Tom Hanks on The Late Show in a segment called, "Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars." Lying down on picnic blankets over a patch of grass, Colbert and Hanks took in the "scenery" before diving into life's mysteries, noticing how the "fireflies are out" and how the "frogs are screaming for sex." Reptilian noises aside, the Captain Phillips star and late-night talk show host dove right in. "Hey Tom, why do you think bad things happen to good people?" »

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First Lady Michelle Obama Talks Post White House Plans On ‘The Late Show’

30 September 2015 8:01 AM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

First Lady Michelle Obama stopped by The Late Show earlier this week to talk to new host Stephen Colbert about her plans before and after leaving the White House. Michelle Obama On ‘The Late Show’ With the presidential primary races in full swing, the reality is setting in that the Obamas have just a little […]

The post First Lady Michelle Obama Talks Post White House Plans On ‘The Late Show’ appeared first on uInterview. »

- Chelsea Regan

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Best of Late Night TV: Julianne Moore's 'Box of Lies,' Matt Damon's Film Career in 8 Minutes

30 September 2015 12:10 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.

The ageless goddess that is Julianne Moore was on "The Tonight Show" to promote "Freeheld," but she took some time to play Jimmy Fallon's classic game "Box of Lies." They had to take turns describing mystery objects while the other tried to determine whether the descriptions were accurate or lies. Bless her, but she was terrible. Still awesome, though, and endearing in her attempts, especially in the last one.

If you want to learn how to speak with a Boston accent, Matt Damon was giving lessons over on "The Late Late Show." Tip: "You can't really do it without swearing." (James Corden, who is British, was awful.) Matt »

- Gina Carbone

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How did Trevor Noah do hosting 'The Daily Show' for the first time? (Poll)

29 September 2015 10:10 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Trevor Noah took over "The Daily Show" on Monday night.  With Jon Stewart behind the desk, this late night talker dominated the Emmys, winning Best Variety Series for a full decade (2003-2012). After losing twice to time slot lead-out "The Colbert Report," Stewart rode the wave of support for his final full season to a win again this year, in the newly created Variety Talk Series category. Will Noah revive the winning streak?  -Break- Based on the early reviews, he is in an uphill climb to overcome Colbert, who took over "The Late Show" from David Letterman earlier this month. Take a read of these excerpts from his first notices and then weigh in with your own thoughts both in our forums filled with Hollywood insiders dishing and via the poll at the bottom of this post.  Daniel D'Addario (Time): "Early promises that the show would become, under Noah, »

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First Lady Michelle Obama Reveals the First Thing She Can't Wait to Do When She Leaves the White House

29 September 2015 5:28 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

When you're the First Lady of the United States, very little is out of reach—so we thought. During an interview with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show Monday night, the talk show host reminded First Lady Michelle Obama that she has only a little over a year left living at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. "We're counting down!" Obama replied, raising her arms in the air with glee. Why is she so eager to return to dull civilian life? For starters, she'll have more control over her transportation.  "I want to drive. I can't open my windows," the First Lady said. "One day as a treat, my lead agent let me have my windows open on the way to Camp David. It was »

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