Late Show With David Letterman
Kristin Chenoweth's Bizarre "Late Show" Interview
I want some of what she's on! Kristin Chenoweth stopped by tonight's "Late Show" to, in theory, plug her upcoming ABC dramedy, "GCB," and catch up with David Letterman. Instead, we were treated to a rambling tale of eyelash extensions, formaldehyde allergies, Asian stereotypes, anti-inflammatory medication, Vicks VapoRub (in the nose, to kill bacteria), neck braces, falling earrings, and dear lord will someone please come carry her off the stage?
With Help From 10 Supermodels, David Letterman Unveils "Sports Illustrated" Swimsuit Edition Cover
Hot girl overload! David Letterman welcomed 10 models featured in the 2012 "Sports Illustrated" Swimsuit Issue to tonight's "Late Show," first to assist him with the night's Top 10 list (of reasons this edition is the best one ever), and later to wait anxiously as he unveiled the cover, flanked this year by 19-year-old Michigander Kate Upton.
Nicolas Cage Confronts His "Vampire Photo" Doppelganger On Letterman
"How can I be polite about this... it's a, uh, somewhat slowed down version of me." Remember that Civil War-era photo that popped up on eBay and, according to its owner, was proof Nicolas Cage is a time-traveling vampire? Cage finally commented on the controversy to David Letterman on tonight's "Late Show."
Lana Del Rey Makes Up For "SNL" Disaster With Pitch-Perfect Letterman Performance
She may not be a fan of Saturday night, but it seems that Thursday's alright, alright, alright. Nearly two weeks after a disastrous turn on "SNL," Lana Del Rey came back with a vengeance on tonight's "Late Show" with a crowd-pleasing string-heavy rendition of "Video Games," earning the (heavily) expressed approval of David Letterman and Paul Schaffer in the process.
Watch Howard Stern And David Letterman Trash Jay Leno
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!