Legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor passed away Wednesday at the age of 79. See what the stars told TIME about Taylor’s legacy.
With 50 years of broadcast experience under his suspenders, Larry King is no stranger to the spotlight. But now the world’s most famous interviewer will move from the studio to the stage with a one-man comedy show.
Tuesday’s links stick to the cookies and the jokes that we’re used to.
On Thursday Dec. 16, Larry King ended his record-setting show, Larry King Live, with all the suspenders and stars that we have come to expect of the “broadcasting giant” (Obama’s words, not ours). (via Tuned In)
The (Larry) King (Live) is dead, long live the (Larry) King (Live).
Backlash from on-air racial slurs have sent the long time host off the airwaves.
America’s Got Talent judge Piers Morgan is reportedly close to taking over Larry King’s time slot on CNN. But he’s much more than NBC’s version of Simon Cowell.
Maybe seven is the lucky number after all, eh Larry?
Larry King announced Tuesday night that he was going to step away from his CNN show this fall; the speculation erupted immediately: Who will replace him? (via Tuned In)
Lady Gaga took to Larry King’s prime-time show Tuesday night, and revealed that she had nearly finalized plans to perform alongside Michael Jackson on his This Is It tour.
Late last night, BP Managing Director Bo Dudley sat down with CNN’s Larry King, revealing a plan to pump fluids into its 5,000-foot-deep oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico – a plan that could have the leak sealed within a couple days.