The Guns N’ Roses frontman says that California is never really in play electorally anyway.
This week in the world of late-night television, a certain yellow bird seemed to steal the show. Until Paul Ryan showed off his buff side.
Tweets can hurt, guys. Type wisely.
This week in late-night television, Snooki had some memorable lines on Jay Leno, and Jimmy Kimmel realized that she sounds just like Charlie Sheen
Gary Oldman breathes life into R. Kelly’s autobiography, and Britain’s Got Talent winner Pudsey the Dog conquers the dance floor.
This week in late-night television, lights didn’t work on The Late Late Show, LMFAO did a mean workout with Jimmy Fallon, and Marco Rubio explained why the Senate doesn’t want to work on immigration policy.
Do we laugh at the President because he’s funny — or because he’s the President and we have to?
Stephen Colbert is in the TIME 100 — and he noticed! Elsewhere in late night, the ‘War on Women’ comes to the Daily Show and Jennifer Love Hewitt gets a present from Jimmy Kimmel.
Late-night comics tackled subjects from Sarah Palin to Super PACs, with a little Silverstoning along the way.
This week, late-night comics brought on esteemed guests, like a Spanish-speaking funnyman and even a certain Muppet
Last night’s Oscars may have been a bit of a snoozefest (when Meryl Streep is a surprise winner, you know you’re predictable), but Jimmy Kimmel’s annual post-Oscars special made up for much of that.
Following the success …