Senator John McCain and David Letterman, Late Show with David Letterman
Unlike his last mea culpa appearance on The Late Show, John McCain was much more lighthearted during his segment on Thursday night, joking: "I don't want to talk about the bleeping campaign."
The former Republican presidential candidate sat down with David Letterman to talk about several topics: He praised President-elect Barack Obama for some of his staff choices, including Secretary of State-designate Hillary Rodham Clinton...
Macaulay Culkin's sister, Dakota, was struck and killed by a car in Los Angeles this week, police confirm to People.
Dakota, 29, stepped in front of a car in West L.A. just before 11 pm on Tuesday. "The driver stopped, rendered aid and identified himself as required by law," said...
Jennifer Aniston spoke out for the first time about her naked GQ cover at the Thursday premiere of her new movie, Marley & Me.
Aniston said, "I wasn't trying to make any statement," about the cover and subsequent photos in which she appears in only a neck tie, reports Us.
Her on-again boyfriend John Mayer (who did not walk the carpet with Aniston), said he thought she looked smokin' hot.
"I mean, if I have a problem with that cover...
Simon Cowell, American Idol Gives Back 2008
American Idol powers-that-be have decided to shelve the "Idol Gives Back" charity-centered episode this season because of the ongoing economic crisis and recession.
Industry insiders say that Idol officials didn't want to ask people to donate money when the economy in such dire straights and with unemployment...
After Dave Chappelle stunned his fans and the entertainment industry in May 2005 by abruptly leaving production of the third season of his insanely popular Comedy Central sketch comedy series, Chappelle Show, the comedian has been flying under the radar with impromptu stand-up shows and surprise appearances.
TVGuide.com caught up with Charlie Murphy, of Chapelle Show's "Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories" sketch fame and brother of Eddie Murphy, to get the scoop on whether or not he and Chappelle had kept in touch after all the Season 3 turbulence.
"I actually just retained his phone number [a few] days ago because I had to talk to him," said Murphy. "So he'll be hearing from me soon."
Chappelle has quietly returned back to the stage since falling off the grid with several stand-up performances, but is still keeping a low profile. "He's doing fine. He's doing some stand-up out on the ...
Hugh Jackman, recently named People's Sexiest Man Alive, has a new title: Oscar host.
The Australia star has been tapped to host the 81st annual Academy Awards ceremony, to take place Feb. 22, producer Laurence Mark and executive producer Bill Condon announced Friday.
"Hugh Jackman is a consummate entertainer and an internationally renowned movie star," Mark and Condon said in a joint statement. "He also has ...
Michael C. Hall, Hugh Laurie and Jamie-Lynn Sigler
Ever notice how people on TV have to do things differently? Like they can't just have a kid or adopt one – there's always a twist. And they can't have a party without some kind of fake serial killing thrown in. Or real serial killing. And also, they have sex with their pants on. Okay, not really sex, but… read on for this week's Top Moments.
Lauren Graham could soon be showing us the funny again.
ABC has made a production commitment to a new comedy starring the former Gilmore gal as a self-help guru who advises women on how to live a stress-free life, only to have her calm center unsettled when ...
Bettie Page, whose trademark raven hair, risqué lingerie and bondage pin-up photos made her a cult favorite, died Thursday night at a Los Angeles hospital — nine days after suffering a heart attack. She was 85.
Page was born Betty Mae Page in Nashville, Tenn. on April 22, 1923. Smart and ambitious as a teenager, she was the salutatorian of her high school graduation class and was voted "Most Likely to Succeed." She earned a scholarship to attend George Peabody College, where she studied acting.
Page's famous pin-up days lasted from 1951-1957, where her slinky, curvy and scantily-clad or nude...
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Former American Idol producer Nigel Lythgoe has denied Paula Abdul's claim that the show's execs purposely allowed Abdul's alleged longtime stalker, Paula Goodspeed, to audition for the judging panel during Season 5. Goodspeed was found dead of an apparent suicide near Abdul's home last month.
"You do not take somebody in that room that you believe is a danger to herself or a danger to Paula ...