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Jimmy Fallon has proved himself to be quite the musician over recent months, and on Monday’s episode of “The Late Show” he was joined by another star who loves to sing. Jack Black and Fallon pulled off a surprisingly convincing rendition of “More Than Words” as they reenacted the 1990 ballad by Extreme. Wearing very long wigs and serious, soulful expressions, Black hit the high notes as Fallon strummed on an acoustic guitar. Also Read: Russell Crowe and Jimmy Fallon Rock Out to Earth Day Song 'Balls in Your Mouth' (Video) Shot in black and white, the performance was almost identical to the. »
- Debbie Emery
After hosting 6,028 episodes of “The Late Show,” David Letterman has only got 13 more to go, but at least he can retire knowing his hard work was appreciated. A special social media hashtag tribute of #ThanksDave sparked a slew of messages to the CBS late-night host on Monday as fans remembered their favorite moments over the past 33 years. Among the tweets were messages from stars who have appeared on the show over the decades as well as loyal viewers who have grown up watching Dave every night. Also Read: 'David Letterman: A Life on Television' Tribute Celebrates 33 Years of Late-Night The flood. »
- Debbie Emery
(Spoiler alert: Please do not read if you’ve not watched Monday’s special “David Letterman: A Life on Television”) After over three decades on the air, David Letterman deserved a show about his show. “David Letterman: A Life on Television” celebrated the career of the veteran late-night host on Monday as he entered his final month on “The Late Show.” The CBS special aired in the primetime spot at 9.30 p.m. before Letterman welcomed President Obama on to the show for the last time. Hosted by Ray Romano — who told viewers “I wouldn’t be here if »
- Debbie Emery
David Letterman isn’t the only one whose tenure is coming to an end.
“Well, I was thinking, you and me, we can play some dominoes together,” Obama said when Letterman asked what he plans to do with his free time after next November’s election.
But the Commander in Chief had heartfelt sentiments as well during what was his eighth and final visit to the show.
“Well, Dave, let me just say this,” said Obama. “And I mean this sincerely, and I know I speak for Michelle, she probably had a chance to say it herself. You know, we’ve grown up with you. The country I think has, you know, after a tough day at the office or coming home from work, »
- Whitney Friedlander
President Barack Obama made his final visit to “The Late Show” on Monday — but it won’t be the last time he hangs out with David Letterman. “What will you do when you’re not President?” the CBS late-night host asked the leader of the free world. “Well, I was thinking, you and me, we can play some dominoes together,” Obama said. “We can, you know, go to the local Starbucks and, you know, swap stories.” “I’m pretty good. I know you think I’m no good at dominoes, but I’m pretty good at dominoes. And I plan to teach law at Columbia, »
- Debbie Emery
The commander in chief wants to play dominoes with the dean of late-night talk show hosts when they both retire — or go have coffee and swap stories. Making his third and final visit to Late Show With David Letterman as Potus, President Obama suggested when they’re both gone from their current gigs they, “play some dominoes together – go to the local Starbuck and swap stories.” Letterman shot back: “I play dominoes. I’m pretty good. I know you think I’m not good at… »
Superhero sequel "Avengers: Age of Ultron" blasts all other films this weekend for the second highest debut of all time. In the U.S. alone, the movie starring Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, James Spader, and Mark Ruffalo earns $187.7 million. The only film to surpass it was the 2012 original "The Avengers" with $207.4 million. Second place goes to holdover "Furious 7" with $6.1 million. The third spot is held by "The Age of Adaline" with $6.2 million. Deadline -Break- The intense promotional assault for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" continues in advance of a December debut. Noted photographer Annie Leibovitz has a new Vanity Fair cover photo featuring cast members Harrison Ford, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Chewbacca, and droid Bb-8. See that photo now with more pictures to be unveiled soon in the June edition. Hollywood Reporter 'Late Show with David Letterman&...' »
As David Letterman enters his final weeks as Late Show host, following a late-night career that has spanned more than three decades, many of his favorite guests have stopped by the Ed Sullivan Theater to bid farewell to him. Since Conan O'Brien, who took the reins of NBC's Late Night program after Letterman left to host CBS' Late Show in 1993, is likely too busy filming his own show to visit Letterman, he penned a touching tribute for Entertainment Weekly to the man who inspired him to venture into late night. »
CBS released the first trailer for “David Letterman: A Life on Television” on Friday, teasing the retrospective on the late-night host’s 31 years on the air. In the video preview, host Ray Romano begins by saying: “I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for David Letterman.” Romano first performed on “The Late Show” in 1995, and “a week later they offered me this development deal,” he said, referencing the deal that led to his hit sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond.” The trailer then offers a brief glimpse of the luminaries that have graced Letterman’s couch over the years, »
- Joe Otterson
Before David Letterman bids adieu to latenight on May 20, CBS will celebrate the host with a retrospective primetime special, airing Monday, May 4.
“You’re going to see everything,” Romano teases in the first look on Monday night’s special, which is targeted toward all fans — new and old — of Letterman. Tom Cruise, Justin Bieber, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney and Letterman’s first-ever “Late Night” and “Late Show” guest Bill Murray pop up in the preview (watch above).
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Hootie & The Blowfish still got it! The popular '90s group reunited on Thursday's "The Late Show with David Letterman," where they performed their 1994 hit single, "Hold My Hand." Check out their awesome performance above! The band made their late night debut over 20 years ago at the Ed Sullivan Theater, when they performed the same single for Letterman's audience in 1994. "If you don't have this album, there's something wrong with you," Letterman told the crowd that night. Clearly, the beloved rockers still sound just as great as they did over two decades ago! While Darius has been focused on his solo music lately, the band still performs together every year at the annual Hootie's HomeGrown concerts, which raise money for schools. Check out the gallery to see more pop stars then and now! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Hootie and the Blowfish came back home Thursday night, performing "Hold My Hand" on The Late Show — over 20 years since their first TV appearance on that very stage. The story goes that David Letterman got his producers to book them after hearing them on the radio back in 1994. He introduced them by saying, “If you don’t have this album, there’s something wrong with you.” And all these years later, he is still just so dang delighted. »
- E. Alex Jung
Scarlett Johansson stepped out in New York in a polished outfit as she headed to The Late Show with David Letterman in New York. Johansson was making a final appearance on The Late Show, as Letterman is counting down the final days until his last show May 20. Johansson went with a fitted white dress […]
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- Kelly Mena
It was truly Throwback Thursday on The Late Show With David Letterman. Hootie & the Blowfish, one of the most popular rock bands on the '90s took the stage at the Ed Sullivan Theater to perform their very first single, the 1994 song "Hold My Hand." The Grammy-winning group, led by Darius Rucker, had made their TV debut on the show in September of that year. "Oh man!" host David Letterman told the band after their performance on Thursday. "It sounded great in 1994. It still sounds great." The group's first performance on The Late Show helped make them even more famous. "David Letterman heard 'Hold My Hand' on the radio and had his people »
Hootie & the Blowfish went all out for Throwback Thursday when they reunited on the Late Show with David Letterman on April 30. Members Darius Rucker, Mark Bryan, Dean Felber, and Jim Sonefeld performed their 1994 hit "Hold My Hand" and sounded exactly the same as they did more than 20 years ago when they first found fame. David introduced the band, which was formed in 1986 at the University of South Carolina, by saying they were going to perform "the song that started it all." After becoming one of the most popular bands of the '90s, producing hits like "Only Wanna Be With You" and "Hey, Hey, What Can I Do," Hootie & the Blowfish went on hiatus in 2008 so Darius could start a solo country career. The longtime friends, however, still reunite often for a good cause. The men are set to perform again in August in Charleston, Sc, for their annual Homegrown Concert, »
Fans of ’90s music, have we got a treat for you. Hootie and the Blowfish reunited Thursday night on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” where the band got its start way back in 1994. Twenty-one years later, they’ve still got it. Darius Rucker and his former band played “Hold My Hand,” which was a big smash hit for the guys back in the day. Lately, Rucker’s being doing his solo thing, but the gang still reunites yearly for a charity event called Homegrown Concert, which benefit’s the band’s non-profit foundation’s mission to support education among a multitude of other philanthropy. »
- Tony Maglio
Michelle Obama and David Letterman just solidified their friendship. The First Lady made her final appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman Thursday ahead of his retirement, and before diving into the important topics like joining forces, the late-night talk show host and Flotus caught up talking about their children. Letterman, who has an 11-year-old son, sought advice from the mom of two because she has been through the "dark times" of moody teenagers. He explained to her that one day his son could be the epitome of joy and others they just argue "all the time." President Barack Obama's wife revealed one of her daughters—she wouldn't say which—was the same »
Fresh off releasing The Magic Whip, Blur's first new album since 2003, the band also dropped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Thursday to make their first late-night U.S. television appearance in 12 years. On the program, Damon Albarn and the reunited rockers debuted The Magic Whip's penultimate sing-along "Ong Ong," complete with a keyboardist, an extra drummer and an ensemble of backing singers.
Obama will sit down with Letterman for Monday's show, marking his third time stopping by "Late Night" as president. He previously appeared on the program in September 2009 and September 2012, and also paid a visit five times during his tenure as Illinois senator (including during the 2008 presidential campaign).
First Lady Michelle Obama has also been a frequent guest, and just appeared on "Late Night" on Thursday night.
The Obamas are just two of the high-profile guests planned for Letterman's farewell slate of shows. Will Ferrell, Reese Witherspoon, Tina Fey, George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Oprah Winfrey, Tom Hanks, and Robert Downey Jr. are all set to make appearances.
"Late Show with David Letterman" is set to wrap its run on Friday, May 14.
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- Katie Roberts
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.
Kim Kardashian West hit up "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and you better believe she was asked about Bruce Jenner's transition. "Bruce is doing really well, he is so happy," she said. "It's a really brave thing to come out and be so truthful." Watch the clip for more of her reaction! Kim also taught Jimmy a valuable life lesson: how to take the perfect selfie. Unfortunately, Jimmy had a hard time taking the photo due to being distracted by her cleavage. #TheStruggleFirst Lady of the United States Michelle Obama visited "The Late Show," and David Letterman asked her point-blank if she's considering a presidential run ones Potus's term is up. »
- Mehera Bonner
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