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Bill Maher Tells Donald Trump To Forget Mars, “Make Earth Great Again”

Update with video Bill Maher said forget (more or less) Mars. Using a more potent F word, Maher welcomed Earth Day by devoting his New Rules segment to a lambasting of billionaires, news media and Hollywood for presenting Mars as “the party planet right next door.” Earlier: “Everyone has to shut up about Mars and how cool it would be to live there,” Maher said, pointing to The Martian with Matt Damon, the space dreams of Elon Musk and Richard Branson, and President Donald… Read

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Stephen Colbert Hate-Tastes Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccino, Describes Color As “Tumor”

Stephen Colbert hate-tasted Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino on Friday’s Late Show“It's called Unicorn Frappuccino because ‘Sugary Affront to God’ was taken,” he explained. “I have no idea how many unicorns they're grinding up for these things, but I'm guessing PETA is furious,” he reported. Starbucks has acknowledged the limited-time girlie-drink offer is an attempt to take over social media with a drink "made to be Instagrammed." Colbert’s staff handed him one and he… Read

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Anne Hathaway Takes James Corden’s ‘Soundtrack To A Rom Com’ Challenge On ‘Late Late Show’

Anne Hathaway took the Sountrack to a Rom Com challenge with James Corden on Late Late Show: 10 tunes, 9 sets, 1 take. They danced through all the Stations Of the Romantic Comedy: chance meeting, love at first sight, rainstorm snuggling under umbrella, elevator heavy petting, dramatic breakup over text message, agony of re-singled-dom, kiss and makeup in very public setting. And all that while performing such tunes as “Kiss Me,” Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together,” and… Read

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Donald Trump Is A Shih Tzu, ‘The President Show’ Star Anthony Atamanuik Tells Stephen Colbert

Anthony Atamanuik, star of Comedy Central’s new late night The President Show debuting next week, explained to Stephen Colbert how he plays Donald Trump: “Trump pitches forward when he stands; he has no center of gravity,” Atamanuik said, explaining that’s why “he’s afraid of stairs and slopes – I don’t know if people know this.” Then he accentuates Trump’s mouth, and brings in the hand gestures. But jutting forward the chin, to create an underbite, is key, the Upright… Read

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Stephen Colbert Still Reeling From Loss Of Bill O’Reilly

UPDATED with video: Stephen Colbert wasn’t about to let go of the Bill O’Reilly Booted story on Thursday’s Late Show. “I need a little something to hold me together,” Colbert began. “I’m still reeling from the loss of Bill O’Reilly.” By “reeling” Colbert meant doing a happy dance. Stopping for breath, Colbert announced: “I'd like to stop now and welcome any orphan O’Reilly viewers to our show tonight. I know this is a confusing time for you. You’ve been through a lot. Not… Read

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Jimmy Kimmel Introduces Starbucks’ Two New Girlie Drinks For Our Troubled Times

Starbucks yesterday unveiled their latest abomination,” Jimmy Kimmel announced Thursday on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. “This is the Unicorn Frappuccino. It’s the first frappuccino that looks like a windbreaker from the ’80s. It’s got pink powder, mango syrup, sour blue drizzle, everything but coffee in it. And when you stir it up, the color changes. It’s only available until April 23, or until somebody dies from drinking it.” (AP reported Thursday that Starbucks had issued… Read

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Trevor Noah Wonders Why It Took Advertisers So Long To Dump Bill O’Reilly

Trevor Noah opened Wednesday's The Daily Show noting Serena Williams is expecting a baby, and reminding viewers, "you know what they say: For every amazing black baby that comes into the world, one old white man has to leave." That would be Bill O'Reilly, pushed out of Fox News Channel hours earlier. "You may not know this, but Bill O'Reilly was the biggest figure in the history of cable news," Noah explained, before launching a clip package of various ways in which… Read

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Stephen Colbert And “Stephen Colbert” Say Goodbye And Good Riddance To Bill O’Reilly

“I owe a lot to Bill O'Reilly,” CBS late-night star Stephen Colbert said at the top of Wednesday’s show, hours after Fox News Channel gave the hook to its primetime star. “I spent over 9 years playing a character based largely on him – and then 12 months in therapy, to de-bloviate myself.” “So tonight, we at Late Show are proud to issue a statement from Bill O'Reilly’s Conservative Gasbag Stephen Colbert: “Nation, shame on you! You failed him, you failed Bill O’Relly. You… Read

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‘Daily Show’ Writer Michelle Wolf Lands HBO Stand-Up Special

Michelle Wolf, writer and on-air contributor for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, will make her stand-up comedy debut on HBO later this year. Neal Brennan will direct the hour-long special, to be taped this summer in New York. "What can I say?” Wolf said. “It's HBO, it's a dream. I'm mostly just trying not to get hit by a bus before I tape." "Michelle is one of the most inspired comics working today,” said Nina Rosenstein, executive vice president, HBO Programming… Read

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Andy Cohen’s ‘Watch What Happens Live’ Headed To Hollywood For First Time

Bravo’s  Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen is heading to Hollywood for the first time for a week of shows starting Sunday, May 21. The live late-night show will air from the Palace Theatre. “We've been fantasizing about taking the show to LA for eight years, and I couldn't be more excited that the Palace Theatre will be our home," said host and executive producer Andy Cohen. "I feel like we're hitting the big time.” Watch What Happens Live and the Bravo Clubhouse… Read

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Alec Baldwin Reveals How He Gets Into Character As Donald Trump For ‘Saturday Night Live’

Alec Baldwin, visiting CBS’ Late Show, explained to Stephen Colbert how he gets into character as Donald Trump for Saturday Night Live. “When I saw your Donald Trump for the first time I went, ‘Oh, thank god, somebody cracked that nut’,” gushed Colbert, who had introduced Baldwin as the person he wished was POTUS in reality, and commended the actor on having “one of the great careers of all time.” Baldwin called "eerie" the number of people who come up to him on the… Read

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Bill Maher To Dems: Ignore Kale Eaters, Run Charismatic “Lyndon Johnson-y” “Bastard” Against Donald Trump In 2020

Rick Perry in charge of the nukes is President Donald Trump’s most troubling cabinet appointment, Bill Maher said in his State of the Union Interview, released this morning by ATTN: and HBO in promotion of Maher’s Real Time. Trump voters will come out of the ether when their jobs don’t come back and they lose their health care, HBO’s Real Time host told ATTN:’s Editor in Chief Matthew Segal in the far-reaching interview that looked at Donald Trump’s first nearly-100 days… Read