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The 'Colbert Report' host has some playful revenge by introducing the 'Voice' coach as 'Gwar Stemponi' on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers'.
The 50-year-old comedian said Gwen was not 'a huge fan of the show' after she mispronounced his last name when presenting him with an award at the Monday awards-giving event.
The former First Lady plays hilarious name-drop game with Stephen Colbert and has the funnyman promote her new book.
The host of CBS' 'Late Show' drops funny nicknames like Morlando Blur, Mustin Keebler, Jelusty Gobbler, and Sorlena Blomez while narrating their love relationships.
The 'Colbert Report' host wags finger on the HBO show for its latest episode that involved a fictitious Ted Cruz fundraiser, calling it 'a transparent Hollywood attack on Republicans.'
CBS has committed its year-round production of the late show to the city's historic building, the Ed Sullivan Theatre.
The 'Colbert Report' host gives two middle fingers to the world's largest online retailer, which has been accused of 'deterring customers from buying books by' him.
The Senior Black Correspondent of 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart' is given his own show to replace 'The Colbert Report'.
The 'Colbert Robert' host takes a selfie with the current 'Late Show' host and delivers the Top 10 list that he wrote when he applied to be a writer on the CBS show.
David Letterman will welcome his replacement as a guest on 'Late Show' next Tuesday, April 22.
Opening his Comedy Central talk show by paying tribute to the veteran comedian, Colbert says, 'I do not envy whoever they try to put in that chair. Those are some huge shoes to fill.'
Comedy Central and Neil Patrick Harris congratulate the 'Colbert Report' host after he's officially announced as the new 'Late Show' host.
With the help of one of Twitter's founders, Biz Stone, the 'Colbert Report' account which recently caused misunderstanding is removed from the site.
The Comedy Central host explains how his joke was taken out of context, insisting, 'I'm not a racist - I don't even see race.'
The Twitter account 'The Colbert Report' is not directly controlled by either Colbert or his show.