It’s been an interesting season for television shows with the writers’ strike and all. Late night comedians’ shows have taken a serious hit, given the fact that they usually film their episode earlier in the day that it airs. But Jay Leno, David Letterman, Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Kimmel all returned to the airwaves yesterday despite the political climate of Hollywood.
And the reviews are mixed. Reportedly Jay Leno wrote his own monologue, which may or may not be in violation of the strike, given that he’s a member of the writers’ guild. "We are not using outside guys. We are following the guild thing ... we can write for ourselves."
Usually going on talk shows is a pleasant experience for celebrities. They get to plug their latest project, and the welcome baskets in their green rooms are the best. But this past week, Paris Hilton had an experience at the Late Show that she’d love to forget.
Last Friday, the heiress made a scheduled appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman to promote her new fragrance Can Can and upcoming movie “Repo! The Genetic Opera.” But Dave had other plans.
The true test of any super ballad is whether or not it make it’s listeners bawl their eyes out. And Avril Lavigne’s “When You’re Gone” has passed with flying colors.
“When You’re Gone” is a love song that Lavigne wrote with the agenda to relate to all of her listeners on a common level. She told press, "It's about the person you miss and all the little things you miss about them. So many people can relate to it in different ways, whether it's someone going off to war... or losing someone or even just breaking up with someone, or simply just missing someone because you're going away.”
About fifteen minutes before comedian Drew Carey graced the Late Show With David Letterman’s guest seat last night, he found out that a deal had finally been made to secure him the hosting spot on the legendary game show, The Price Is Right.
You could hear the “aaahhh, FINALLY!” in his voice when he told Letterman, "It's a done deal, I'm the new host of 'The Price is Right.'"
In the tradition of Hollywood badgirls, Nicole Richie has had her fair share of run-ins with the law. But she’s hoping that she doesn’t have to pay the hefty price like her "Simple Life" co-star Paris Hilton. Richie keeps the hope alive that she won’t do time for her DUI.
During her “Late Show with David Letterman” appearance last night (June 6), Nicole was candid about her upcoming court date. "I'm just keeping my fingers crossed, of course. I'm scared also but I'm willing to face whatever consequences come my way and I take responsibility for what I've done."
It looks like Lindsay Lohan is making her appearance on the paparazzi most wanted list for all the wrong reasons. Days after joking about rumors she drove over a photographer's foot, Lohan is being sued by the paparazzo in question.
According to Access Hollywood, photographer Giovanni Arnold is claiming he “sustained severe and permanent personal injuries and economic loss,” due to his NYC encounter with the Georgia Rule actress this past March. He also named Momma Lohan as a co-defendant.
I've been gone all day today and just came in to find the news that Britney Spears has filed for divorce from Kevin Federline --- who will now be known as FED-EX!!!!!!! Oh Hallaleujah, there are angels singing in heaven. I'm so proud of her for coming to her senses. Fed-Ex was such a low life and she deserved so much better than him.
She looked fabulous on her surprise guest appearance on David Letterman last night.
Love you girl! You made the right choice. Divorce is never easy, but it's better to cut your losses and move on in a case like this. Of course the Federjerk is going to get some $$$$$$ but you know what, it's probably worth it to get him out of her life. Plus she's going to COME BACK and make lots more!!!!!!!!
Here's the video of Britney Jean Spears on The Late Show last night: