March 4th, 2014
03:33 PM ET
Chelsea Handler has been accused of tweeting racist comments during the Oscars, but the late night TV personality says it's all just a misunderstanding.
On Sunday, she took over The Huffington Post's Twitter account to chime in on the awards show, but some of her witticisms hit a sour note.
March 4th, 2014
01:03 PM ET
"Let It Go" is one of the biggest hits an animated movie has had in years, but dare we say we're partial to this new version.
Idina Menzel showed up on "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon" on Monday night with her pipes at the ready to perform "Let It Go." Fallon and The Roots backed her up with their oft-used classroom instruments, which includes a toy xylophone, wood blocks and a triangle.
February 28th, 2014
12:23 PM ET
Drew Barrymore's relationship with Adam Sandler can sometimes only be expressed through song.
So when the frequent co-stars - who've appeared in "The Wedding Singer" and "50 First Dates" together - appeared on "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon" Wednesday, they decided to duet about their bond.
February 26th, 2014
04:30 PM ET
Jimmy Kimmel and MTV's Sway might want to take notes from Seth Meyers. It seems the new "Late Night" host knows how to get the sometimes volatile Kanye West to show his softer side.
The rapper and new dad appeared on Meyers' talk show on Tuesday night, and it was nothing but smiles, laughter and some remixed classics from West's catalogue.
February 11th, 2014
06:09 PM ET
For everyone who's missed seeing Fred Armisen on late night TV, Seth Meyers is about to be your savior.
The "SNL" alum is bringing his former co-worker along to "Late Night" when he begins hosting the show on February 24.
Meyers announced on Monday that Armisen is going to curate and lead the live band, even when he's off working on IFC's "Portlandia."
As he prepares to take over "Late Night" from Jimmy Fallon, Meyers is surrounding himself with plenty of old friends. His first guest on "Late Night" will be another "SNL" graduate, Amy Poehler.
February 7th, 2014
01:00 PM ET
Thursday night may have been Jay Leno's second time leaving "The Tonight Show," but it was more heartwarming than the first.
It was also more impressive in ratings. According to NBC, Leno's final "Tonight Show" episode had its highest overnight ratings since March 2009, when President Obama became the first sitting president to appear on a late-night talk show. When we start talking overall viewers, Leno pulled in the highest number he's had since 1998 with 14.6 million watching.
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