This week in late-night TV, Jimmy Fallon sang a love song about Mario Kart with Selena Gomez, while ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ asked random Americans a ridiculous question.
This week in late-night television, Jon Stewart thinks Bill O’Reilly could be the next Pope, while Justin Bieber thinks he’s holier than thou.
This week in the world of late-night television, Conan was replaced by a furry doppelganger and Chris Christie lampooned himself.
Watch your step — January was a dangerous month for viral videos: sneaky ice took down Brits and knives were flying on Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night show.
This week in the world of late-night television, a popular host was kidnapped and another tried out his television dubbing skills.
This week on late-night television, we saw Mitt Romney and President Obama sing the Dawson’s Creek theme song, and we imagined what would happen if Star Wars Episode VII got a rather unconventional director.
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.