“What we saw today was the opposite of gaslighting,” the “Late Show” host said. “Today, we were reality-boarded, and I am here for it.”
Bruce Springsteen, Tom Hanks, Katy Perry, and every firework ever made turned out for “Celebrating America,” a special so earnest and uplifting it was impossible not to be moved.
Campy, patriotic, and, above all, proud, Gaga’s grand inauguration performance represented survivors, the underrepresented, and the hopeful—and was blissfully, fabulously gay.
Disney+ will stream all five seasons of the original “Muppet Show,” starting Feb. 19. Tim Teeman and Kevin Fallon cannot wait to see Kermit, Piggy, Gonzo, and the chickens.
“Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” breakout Heather Gay was “Mormon royalty.” But getting divorced and speaking out against the church on national TV can change a few things...
The “Daily Show” host summed up Fox News’ position on the Capitol insurrectionists as, “Nobody is allowed to kill cops except for the people who respect cops.”
In his final “A Closer Look” segment of the Trump era, the “Late Night” host warned that we can’t let powerful forces try to “memory-hole” his presidency.