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The 'Late Show' host admits to James Franco that he banned Harmony Korine from his show after catching the filmmaker going through the 'Kramer vs. Kramer' actress' purse.
The 'Spring Breakers' actress plays along with David Letterman to make fun of her former boyfriend, resulting in a big laugh from people in the studio.
The estranged wife of Jason Hoppy is struggling to hold her tears when describing that her marriage has gone from a fairytale to a nightmare.
Boosted by Jennifer Aniston's appearance, Kimmel topped his idol Letterman, but fell short of surpassing his rival Jay Leno.
The CBS' 'Late Night' host manages to sing some praises for the NBC presenter before dropping criticism toward his rival.
The 'This Is 40' star says she had a rough pregnancy and thought she's going to have a vampire baby like Bella in 'Twilight'.
In a January 6 edition of 'Oprah's Next Chapter', the 'Late Show' host will open up for the first time his affair that resulted in an extortion plot in 2009.
President Obama cracks a joke about Buddy Guy's first guitar strings, Led Zeppelin's history of 'hotel rooms trashed' and David Letterman's humble beginnings as a weather anchor in Indianapolis.
The R'n'B singer gives her fans a first listen of her new studio set 'Girl on Fire' during a live chat session and announces tour date with Miguel.
Singer and record producer Cee-Lo Green dishes out a wacky holiday video filled with human-like animals for the track 'This Christmas'.
Sheldon Stephens is saddened that people think he's 'a liar, extortionist' after he makes a claim that he's involved in a sexual relationship with the Elmo voice when he's 16.
A possible first glimpse at the giant robot in the upcoming sci-fier is allegedly shown in a promo video for Guillermo del Toro's visual effect company Miranda.
The Gwen Stacy of 'The Amazing Spider-Man' reportedly made the sex tape long before she dated current boyfriend Andrew Garfield.
The punk band's 'Uno!', 'Dos!' and 'Tre!' will have an accompanying documentary, 'Quatro!', which will feature behind-the-scenes footage of the trio's creative process that resulted in the trilogy.
Keri Russell and Josh Hamilton's peaceful lives turn into a nightmare when their house is occupied by an alien, which preys on their children.