David Letterman, the king of late-night comedy, welcomed the heir to his throne when Stephen Colbert visited the "Late Show" Tuesday night.It was the Comedy Central comedian's first reunion with the late-night host since CBS hired him to replace Letterman when he retires in 2015.
Drew Barrymore and husband Will Kopelman welcomed a second daughter, Frankie, on Tuesday, People magazine reports.Happy to announce that today we are the proud parents of our second daughter, Frankie Barrymore Kopelman, the couple told the magazine.
"Goonies never say die!" at least that's what pint-sized hero Mikey (Sean Astin) vowed in the beloved 1985 adventure flick. Now, almost 30 years later, it seems Mikey was on to something. "The Goonies" may have taken a break, but they're coming back probably.
Drew Carey got the ballroom boot on "Dancing With the Stars" Monday night, and when it was all over, the comedian-turned-game-show-host told TODAY he had one regret about it all not putting his work on "The Price Is Right" on hold during the competition.
Say it ain't so! Courteney Cox stopped by "The Late Show" Monday to discuss her directorial debut, "Just Before I Go." While there, host David Letterman begrudgingly asked about the possibility of a "Friends" reunion."You're sick of that question, aren't you?" the comedian asked.
Country crooner Kristen Merlin had "The Voice" viewers mesmerized by her soulful performance of Sugarland's "Stay" on the season's first live show Monday.And then the unthinkable happened: Her microphone went dead.