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Originally posted 05/20/2015 05:35PM
David Letterman started the process of saying goodbye to the Late Show he hosted for nearly 22 years on Wednesday afternoon – and wasn't he in fine company?
Letterman, 68, had already welcomed a galaxy of stars during his final weeks as the show's host (Tom Hanks, George Clooney, Julia Roberts, President Barack Obama, Sarah Jessica Parker, Billy Crystal, Alec Baldwin, Tina Fey, Scarlett Johansson, John Travolta and Bruce Willis – to name just a few). And in advance of his last taping, more A-listers made their way into the historic Ed Sullivan Theater.
Originally posted 08/05/2014 01:30PM
Is tequila allowed on the Goop diet?
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Originally posted 05/15/2014 11:25AM
Jessica cut her hair because she has "no material attachments" – while he wishes she was "more materialistic"
Originally posted 05/07/2014 05:50PM
The star seriously changed up her look. Are you a fan?
Originally posted 10/15/2013 09:00AM
Kitchen must-knows and must-haves for novice cooks and chefs alike
Originally posted 10/05/2013 01:15PM
George Clooney strikes again!
Hollywood's reigning prankster did not disappoint Thursday when he snuck up behind Steven Spielberg, Jerry Seinfeld and Seinfeld's wife, Jessica, for a funny photobomb at the USC Shoah Foundation gala at New York City's American Museum of Natural History.
Clooney, 52, peeks above the clueless trio, raising his hand and eyebrows in mock alarm.
Originally posted 01/07/2008 08:30PM
Jessica Seinfeld, cookbook author and wife of comedian Jerry Seinfeld, is being sued by the author of another kitchen how-to, accusing her of copyright infringement and defamation.
Missy Chase Lapine, author of The Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids' Favorite Meals, filed a complaint in U.S. District Court in New York on Monday alleging Seinfeld plagiarized Lapine's book in writing her cookbook Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Getting your Kids Eating Good Food, published six months later.
"This action for copyright and trademark infringement and defamation arises from conduct that gives new meaning to the terms 'arrogance' and 'greed,'" says the lawsuit, which lists what it alleges are examples of identical language in the two cookbooks.
Originally posted 10/30/2007 12:35PM
Jerry Seinfeld turned his wife's recent cookbook controversy into a comedy bit Monday night, telling David Letterman he and Jessica Seinfeld are paying no mind to the "wackos."
"One of the fun facts of celebrity life is that wackos will wait in the woodwork to pop out at certain moments to inject a little adrenaline," he said on CBS's Late Show Monday night.
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