Individuals from all walks of life are among the nominees for Time's 2012 "Person of the Year."
On Tuesday, the magazine announced the 38 people in the running for the annual honor. The winner will grace the cover of Time and join past winners such as last year's "The Protester," Mark Zuckerberg, Ben Bernanke, Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, and, of course, 2006's "You."
In an interview with Playboy, the 48-year-old satirist admits, "I would say the thing that has kept me from being as good a friend to Jon as I would like is just that I'm such a fan. I am gobsmacked by his abilities."
Gathering together for a commendable cause, a lineup of stars were on-hand at Beacon Theatre in New York City to partake in the fourth biennial "Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs" this weekend (October 13).
Celebrating the release of his new book “America Again: Re-Becoming the Greatness We Never Weren’t,” Stephen Colbert paid a visit to “Good Morning America” today (October 2).
The “Colbert Report” host explained the dual nature of the message in his latest work- “It’s trying to capture what America needs right now. America’s perfect and it’s time to fix it. America has the best of everything including the best food.”
The second annual Comedy Central Comedy Awards were taped last night (April 28) in New York City and some of our favorite comedians including Kristen Wiig, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph were in attendance.
The awards show honors the best in stand-up, television, film, and online hysteria, as well as recognizing the legendary comedians of our time. This year, the special mentions were dedicated towards comedic icon Don Rickles and funny man Robin Williams, who called himself "one of the luckiest (bleeps) in show business, with the possible exception of Ryan Seacrest."