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CBS has announced a bunch of A-listers, such as Billy Crystal, Tom Hanks and Robert Downey Jr., who will appear in Letterman's final 28 broadcasts of the 'Late Show'.
The 'When Harry Met Sally...' actor says he doesn't want to watch heterosexual sex scenes either, claiming, 'It's all about personal taste.'
The comedian, one of the first actors to play a gay character on TV, criticizes the current portrayal of LGBT characters, saying it's too much for him.
During a recent episode on 'The View', Goldberg goes emotional when Crystal recalls some stories about their dear friend who killed himself last month.
Williams' close friend delivered a touching tribute to Williams who passed away earlier this month, saying that the beloved actor 'made us laugh hard, every time you saw him.'
The late actor's fellow comedian pal has been selected to lead the special 'In Memoriam' tribute segment for him.
Bieber helps the 84th Annual Academy Awards to be more appealing to younger audience by appearing in the 'Midnight to Paris' spoof with the host.
In collaboration with Funny Or Die, the 2012 Academy Awards releases the trailer that sees Fox and Duhamel embarking on a quest to find Crystal, the lost Oscar host who has fallen 'off the grid.'
The 'Like My Mother Does' singer is going to perform 'The Star-Spangled Banner' on November 24 before the Detroit Lions vs. the Green Bay Packers showdown.
In the January episode, Elena and her acquaintances are in danger now that Klaus threatens to kill everyone whom Stefan has ever met.
This will mark Crystal's ninth hosting duty for the Academy Awards after he last hosted the prestigious show in 2004.
Joined by former boxer Mike Tyson, Billy and Helen team up in a new vampire movie trailer spoof titled 'Grampires: When Harry Bit Sharon' for Funny or Die.
Many campaigned for his participation after he made an impression out of audience when guesting at this year's ceremony.
Titled What Makes You Healthy, the book will share Sheryl Crow's healthy culinary secrets with fans.
Having hosted Academy Awards for eighth times, Billy Crystal offers advice to 2011 host duo Anne Hathaway and James Franco.