We’re still feeling out a world post-Late Show With David Letterman, but Stephen Colbert is already gearing up and shaving down for his big debut. The former Colbert Report host finally ditches his Colbeard in prep for the September debut, and you may never look at hot dogs the same way again.
When Jimmy Fallon took over the "Tonight Show," he brought the entire thing from the West Coast to the East Coast. In 2015, when Stephen Colbert succeeds David Letterman, the show will remain in New York City, and the "late night" war will have at least two shows right down the street from each other.
It's a big match at the World Cup for Team USA today...and Team Portugal if you're rooting for them to advance. After these two teams ended their match in a draw it apparently comes down to a lot of math to see who makes it to the next round. Thankfully we have Stephen Colbert to help figure it out.
According to CBS News, Stephen Colbert, the host, writer and executive producer of the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning "The Colbert Report," will succeed David Letterman as the host of "The Late Show," when David Letterman retires.
Daft Punk has taken the world by storm with their latest hit, "Get Lucky." It's infectious sounds even made their way to the "Colbert Report", where Stephen and friends decided to dance up a storm.
When you are a comedian you have to approach certain situations carefully, such as the events that took place in Boston on Monday. Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert paid tribute to the city in his way before his show Tuesday night.