"They say Amy Winehouse's next album is about cooking — cooking crystal meth." —Jay Leno
Plus, Paris Hilton recalled a "humiliating" David Letterman interview and Halsey spoke out about people judging her pregnancy.
“She said it was the first time in her life that she felt a love that didn’t hurt. And it just stuck with me to this day. I think about it all the time.”
Paris Hilton Opened Up About Her "Cruel" And "Purposefully" Humiliating 2007 Interview With David Letterman After An Extremely Awkward Clip Resurfaced
"I was just getting so uncomfortable and I was so upset. During the commercial breaks I'd look at him like, 'Please stop doing this.'"
David Letterman Constantly Put Famous Women In Uncomfortable Situations, And Here Are 15 Examples To Prove It
The Top 10 List about Monica Lewinsky was horrific.
"People are horrified, I know. We'll take it out in editing."
"Beyoncé is stunning, but that doesn't mean she wouldn't use any trick in the book to look better — any woman would!" —Piers Morgan
Everyone owes Yoko Ono an apology.
"Aren’t you supposed to be in rehab right now?"
Princess Diana deserved so much better.
"I can't sleep at night unless there's half a dozen security guards."
"I pushed the limits a lot, many different times in my life."
Remember when Cher called David Letterman an a**hole on his own show? Same.
Remember when Cher admitted she got arrested at 11 years old for driving a car? Same.
"My mom said to me, 'One day you should settle down and marry a rich man.' I said, 'Mom, I am a rich man.'"
“I feel like the more diverse the room, in every way, smoother sailing. People behave themselves better, the cream will rise differently.”
"The implication was that I was telling people to give up and not be active and to not fight. That was not my intention," Fey told David Letterman on Netflix.
The artist talked about going to therapy with Beyoncé, their daughter Blue Ivy, and the late-night host who can't rap.
Malia Obama of the House Obama, First of Her Name, Queen of Sick Burns.
Netflix's new chat show, My Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman, is out today with an hour-long sit-down interview with former president Barack Obama.
David Letterman will host Barack Obama on the premiere of his new Netflix show.
His six-episode interview series will launch in 2018.
Your faves could NEVER have throwback pics this ICONIC.
There's no news here. Just beard. Letterbeard.
“The Celebrity Apprentice puts the defibrillator paddles to Donald Trump's dying reality franchise.” —Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 2007
Update: Because CBS doesn't own the copyright anymore and Worldwide Pants are "considering a range of options."
These are the most impactful, emotional, and remarkable pictures from this past week. Cheers to the weekend!
Madonna's infamous 1994 Late Show interview kicks off this week's #ThrowbackThursday.
"You made it cool to be smart. You made it cool to be witty."
Mythique outre-Atlantique, l'émission mélange les interviews de personnalités avec les monologues de l'animateur. Retour sur un règne télévisuel de 33 ans.
The British pair didn't quite see eye to eye on what the lyrics should be.
A look back at 33 years in late night.
"You have tremendous legs."
Jimmy has been a fan of Dave's since he was a kid, and it shows.
He was a weatherman, sports reporter, game show host, and just overall awesome dude.
"That type of stuff had never been done on TV before."
It's like a fairytale, but not.
We all have those days.
"That would have made sense to me," he told the New York Times about finding his replacement.
The bill, passed March 26, could allow businesses to discriminate against LGBT people. Amid the national backlash, Gov. Mike Pence said the bill needs a "fix."
The late night legend will pass the talk show torch to Stephen Colbert in 2015.
For the second time this month, a TV interview with Bill Cosby has been canceled. The comedian also stayed silent when grilled on the rape accusations on NPR.
It's great that he's on board, but we still have a long way to go.
Equal parts funny, sweet, and totally heartbreaking.
Plus the secret that helped one celeb trainer lose 30 pounds without going to extremes, 21 pics of people being weirdos on public transportation, and 10 tips to avoid major moving mistakes.
Eric Garcetti asked the CEO of CBS to consider relocating The Late Show following news of David Letterman's retirement.
Plus Amy Schumer on David Letterman, an alternate "How I Met Your Mother" ending, and a Georgia high school has its first integrated prom ever (!!!!).
Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill, And Martha Stewart Perform Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's Crack Admission Speech
In the style of a Ken Burns documentary, because why not. Also starring Vince Vaughn and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
Best job in the world.
Christie says when he took office, people's perception of the state was based on mob dramas and reality shows.
Appearing on the show just before the premiere of Showgirls, Jesse Spano did her best to inform David on the skills of strippers.
"Are those your drums? Those are beautiful!" Watch the late night-host compliment just about every drummer to ever appear on the show in exactly the same way.
Her family told her to never forget the face and the name on the "Wanted" posters. She didn't. Joselyn Martinez tells her story.
An expert on 1980s television, the Parks and Rec star offers up his carefully chosen list of favorites.
The prankster has become the prank-ee.
From sparring with Gene Siskel on At The Movies to throwing snowballs at David Letterman's audience, we compiled just some of Ebert's most indelible TV appearances.
The governor plays along with the Late Show's tradition of relentless fat jokes about him.
And David Letterman loved hearing all about it.
"If you want to be president, you gotta work for everybody, not just for some," says President Obama on Letterman.
"The Tonight Show" host took a $15 million pay cut to prevent staff layoffs, so where does this place him among his rivals?
He also joked that to avoid scandal, convention attendees might want to refrain from "naked texting" and "making offensive remarks about women."
Even David Letterman's ridiculous questions can't throw the FLOTUS off of her game.
Late-night wars come and go, but grudges last forever. Renowned Jay Leno-hater Howard Stern joined David Letterman on tonight's "Late Show" to congratulate Letterman on his 30 years in late-night TV. And since Letterman hates Leno just as much as Stern does, what better way to celebrate than by spending five minutes talking smack about him!
The 2012 presidential election would already be over if politics was more like like American Idol and high school.
There's something funny about the way Rick Perry was using his hands in the last GOP debate.