Ladies and gents, the time has come for Larry King to officially hang up his suspenders after 25 years. The finale of “Larry King Live” is airing tonight at 9 p.m. ET.
This is Larry King, we’re talking about, so of course we’re going to send him off with a bang. We’ve got plenty of surprises in store for both King and the viewers at home.
Plus, we’ll be live-streaming the red carpet arrivals at Spago as well as the viewing party starting at 8 p.m. ET. You’ll get to see all of the celebs showing up to wish Larry well. If you can’t be stationed in front of the TV tonight, follow @CNNShowbiz, where we’ll be live-tweeting from the red carpet and viewing party starting, you guessed it, at 8 p.m. (We’re not calling this “Larrypalooza” for nothing.)
"It's been a hell of a marriage,” King has said of his time spent with CNN. “This is not a divorce."
And while it’s certainly a bittersweet moment, “there's a time to go,” King said. “You know when it's time."
He’s headed to jail, but actor Wesley Snipes will have his say before he does.
The actor, who has been sentenced to three years in prison on tax charges, will sit down for his only interview Tuesday on CNN’s “Larry King Live.” Snipes is scheduled to report to Federal Correctional Institution McKean at Lewis Run, Pennsylvania on December 9.
Snipes was sentenced in 2008 on three misdemeanor counts of failing to file tax returns.
Yes, it's official: Oksana Grigorieva will sit down with Larry King on "Larry King Live" this Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET.
Last week, the judge refused to grant Mel Gibson's request to prohibit Grigorieva from talking to the media about their child custody battle.
According to reports, Grigorieva will speak to King about domestic abuse on behalf of battered women, despite Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon's suggestion to steer clear of the media.
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