10:08 AM EDT 08/25/2016
Campaigning's a Drag: Unearthed Sketch Features Donald Trump Flirting with Rudy Giuliani Dressed as a Woman
Originally posted 08/24/2016 03:45PM
The fight to the White House is starting to look a little more like a drag race.
Originally posted 08/23/2016 12:45PM
If Ryan Lochte thought his Rio robbery incident was over, he was mistaken because The Late Show with Stephen Colbert returned this week.
On Monday's episode of the late-night show, host Stephen Colbert took it upon himself to parody the swimmer's interview with Today's Matt Lauer – Lochte's first sit-down TV interview after authorities accused him of fabricating his robbery story.
Using craftily-edited footage of the interview, Colbert put himself in Lauer's position to try to get to the bottom of the incident.
Originally posted 08/15/2016 04:20PM
The Late Late Show host, whose nightly program nabbed four Emmy nominations, said of the rumored shake-up: "I just think it's silly."
Originally posted 07/28/2016 03:00PM
[YOUTUBE "R4jYBKg-7_8"] It looks like Luke has some serious competition!
Stephen Colbert Introduces Yet Another Same-Name Alter Ego After Legal Threats over His Colbert Report Persona
Originally posted 07/28/2016 10:25AM
[YOUTUBE "LvkFkzpVYJ4"] Stephen Colbert's alter ego "Stephen Colbert" is officially gone – and in his place, we have ... Stephen Colbert?
On Wednesday, the Late Show host told his audience that the "Stephen Colbert" of The Colbert Report is no more.
After resurrecting his Conservative character for the Republican National Convention last week, he was contacted by his former network's legal team "because, and this is true, immediately after that show, CBS's top lawyer was contacted by the top lawyer from another company to say that the character 'Stephen Colbert' is their intellectual property, which is surprising, because I never considered that guy much of an intellectual," he quipped.
Colbert, 52, went on to say, "So it is with a heavy heart that I announce that, thanks to corporate lawyers, the character of 'Stephen Colbert,' host of The Colbert Report, will never be seen again."
Originally posted 07/26/2016 11:30AM
[YOUTUBE "gH4iSF96tFY"] He's back ... with a badge!
On Monday's episode of The Late Show, host Stephen Colbert shared yet another pretaped segment of his 2016 Hungry for Power Games skit – but this time it was at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
With his faux pet weasel Caligula in one hand and his DNC podium badge in the other, the late-night host crashed the political event in his striking blue Caesar Flickerman wig in hopes of taking the stage and standing being Hillary Clinton's podium.
Originally posted 07/22/2016 12:15PM
Reflecting on the commentary offered during the week's four-day Republican National Convention, Stewart attacked conservative pundits, saying that "those fighting to be included in the ideal of equality are not being divisive – those fighting to keep those people out are."
Originally posted 07/20/2016 10:30AM
When Tony winner Laura Benanti appeared on the The Late Show back in May, host Stephen Colbert pointed out that the brunette beauty was a dead ringer for Melania Trump.
Originally posted 07/20/2016 12:55PM
Now, the actor and comedian facing down speculation that rising star James Corden might be a better man for the job.
Colbert, 52, admits he has had an emotional response talk he might be replaced by the 37-year-old Late Late Show host, whose popularity has exploded thanks to viral hits including "Carpool Karaoke."
"It hurts," Colbert tells The Hollywood Reporter. "I'm a human being. Yeah, I care."
Originally posted 07/19/2016 04:00PM
[YOUTUBE "WFjDBvRxcbM"] It's the 2016 Hungry for Power Games, and may the odds be ever in your favor – to laugh hysterically.
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