10:09 PM EDT 02/24/2015
Originally posted 02/17/2015 04:15PM
[YOUTUBE "yNKlGNRpdAo"] Justin Bieber is asking for it.
He's put himself forward for a Comedy Central Roast set to air on March 30, and clearly the roasters will show him no mercy – he's already being pelted with eggs.
Spoofing the egg-throwing debacle in 2014 – Bieber pleaded no contest to vandalism charges for throwing eggs at a neighbor's home– a teaser for the Roast shows the pop star getting treated to a taste of his own omelet.
Originally posted 02/10/2015 07:05PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4044017353001" "" "" "auto"] Jon Stewart is signing off after almost 16 years on The Daily Show.
The host is leaving the Comedy Central show he's hosted since 1999, the network announced Tuesday.
"For the better part of the last two decades, I have had the incredible honor and privilege of working with Jon Stewart. His comedic brilliance is second to none," Comedy Central president Michele Ganeless said in a statement obtained by EW. "Jon has been at the heart of Comedy Central, championing and nurturing the best talent in the industry, in front of and behind the camera.
Originally posted 01/20/2015 01:05PM
Well, this should be entertaining.
Originally posted 07/08/2014 05:00PM
And now, returning to the stage…
Originally posted 09/02/2013 04:45PM
For the Comedy Central roast of James Franco, the writer/actor/director/producer was braced for tasteless jokes at his expense. What he didn't know was that all the roasters were fair game, too.
"I've never watched one of these roasts. I chose not to research this so I had no idea that they were going to be roasting each other [too]. I thought I'd be sitting here for two hours bearing the brunt of it so it was a huge relief," Franco said. "I had a great time. Everybody was awesome, solid."
Before it airs Monday on Comedy Central (10 p.m. ET), we've selected some of the best zingers and put-downs to add some sizzle to your Labor Day.
Originally posted 08/07/2013 02:15PM
Look out, Ellen DeGeneres – there's a new comedian-turned-dancer in Hollywood, and he's got all of the right moves.
On Tuesday's episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert hosted a dance party to Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" that features surprise appearances by, among others, Matt Damon, Hugh Laurie, Jeff Bridges, the Rockettes, Charlie Rose, Bryan Cranston, Jimmy Fallon, Nick Cannon and the entire studio audience and crew of America's Got Talent.
Apparently, Colbert came up with the idea after Daft Punk canceled an appearance on The Colbert Report due to a scheduling conflict with MTV, reports EW.com.
That's okay – this worked out just fine, as the video below hilariously bears out.
Originally posted 07/10/2013 11:45AM
He's a Gucci spokesman, Yale Ph.D. candidate, an award-winning actor and even a documentary filmmaker.
That's a lot of material to work with for pals of James Franco, who will spoof and celebrate the 35-year-old in a Comedy Central roast, TheWrap.com reports.
"If only James Franco was a more successful, multi-hyphenated, incessant creative risk taker in different media, he'd be the perfect person to roast. Oh well … I suppose we'll just have to make do," joked Kent Alterman, president of content development and original programming at the network.
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