Seth Meyers took a moment to talk about the results of the 2016 presidential election and the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency at the beginning of 'Late Night'.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog makes an appearance with Stephen Colbert to explain Donald Trump's election night victory.
Celebrities react swiftly to Donald Trump's election upset on Tuesday night and, as you would expect, much of Hollywood wasn't very happy.
In a rare move, Prince Harry confirmed he was dating 'Suits' actress Meghan Markle on Tuesday.
Michael Keaton will play Vulture In Marvel's 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'.
Alec Baldwin says he doesn't have a dislike for Donald Trump despite his impression on 'Saturday Night Live'.
Michael Buble and his wife are "devastated" after learning their 3-year-old son has been diagnosed with cancer.
Stephen Colbert, the only late night host on the air last night, didn't know what to make of Donald Trump's unexpected numbers just like many Americans during his live broadcast.
On last night's election special, Stephen Colbert gave his cartoon Donald Trump a fitting animated origin story titled 'Trump Begins: The Dawn Of The Donald'.
David Blaine returns with an ABC special this month titled 'Beyond Magic' and he won't be performing alone.
Jennifer Aniston opens up in an interview in the latest issue of Marie Claire magazine.
Angelina Jolie Pitt will continue to have sole custody of her six children with Brad Pitt according to a custody agreement.
'Apprentice' contestant Jennifer Murphy has joined the women who claim that Donald Trump forced himself on them.
'Sherlock' and 'Doctor Strange' star Benedict Cumberbatch reads James Corden a special story about the tale of the 2016 election, pitting Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump.
With the Donald Trump's staffers taking away the GOP candidate's ability to tweet during the final days of the campaign, Stephen Colbert imagines Cartoon Donald Trump's reaction with a look inside Trump Tower.
James Corden and his 'Late Late Show' staffers respond to the Mannequin Challenge, the latest viral trend, in a big way.
Robert Downey Jr, Scarlett Johansson, Keegan-Michael Key, James Franco, Julianne Moore, Martin Sheen, and Neil Patrick Harris are urging you to vote with election day finally upon us.
Tony Award-winning Daveed Diggs and The Roots' Black Thought rap about voting in the 2016 presidential election.
At a Hillary Clinton fundraiser she hosted on Thursday in New York, Cher didn't hold back her feelings on GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
'Wonder Woman' star Gal Gadot announced her second pregnancy with a black-and-white image on Sunday.
HBO has cancelled Bill Simmons' sports talk show 'Any Given Wednesday' after just over four months on the air.
Dina is trying to explain daughter Lindsay Lohan's strange new accent.
Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon reprised their roles as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton for the last time before Election Day on 'Saturday Night Live' this past weekend.
Dana Carvey and Jimmy Fallon run through rapid-fire impressions like Donald Trump putting on chapstick, Michael Caine in kindergarten and Liam Neeson working at a grocery store.
The latest edition of Jimmy Kimmel's 'Unnecessary Censorship' features Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Melania Trump, Bill Murray at the World Series and Halloween.
Jimmy Kimmel sends out a crew to ask people what they think about President Obama's big announcement that he's running for a third term, which of course isn't true since there's a two-term limit.
The Kremlin announced Thursday that it was awarding Russian citizenship to Steven Seagal.
In his appearance on 'The Graham Norton Show', Ben Affleck told the host about how his 4-year son, Samuel, had an unexpected playdate with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
President Barack Obama spoke at a Florida rally on Thursday in support of Hillary Clinton and said, despite Donald Trump running, the election wasn't a reality show.
In a newly released deposition, Taylor Swift gives a detailed account of the alleged groping incident that shook her during a public appearance in 2013.
Patton Oswalt discusses his emotional Emmy speech soon his wife's death and jokes he's turned into the Hulk of crying while he wrestles with grief.
Benedict Cumberbatch and Jimmy Fallon perform a hilarious scene after writing it together using Mad Libs.
Aaron Paul tells James Corden about once impulsively buying two baby albino pythons during a road trip that soon grew into a larger problem than he could handle.
Piper Perabo talks about her ability to cry on cue and how she puts it to work when she's pulled over when speeding.
Tracy Morgan has forgiven and made peace with the truck driver who hit him and sent him into a coma.
Gal Gadot and her 'Wonder Woman' are front and center in the new trailer for the DC film.
Gwen Stefani opens up about her divorce from Gavin Rossdale in Glamour's 'Women of the Year' issue.
The woman suing Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump for alleged sexual assault when she was a minor abruptly announced then cancelled her first public press conference on Wednesday.
Chicago Cubs fan Bill Murray reacted like every fan when his beloved team made history by winning the World Series against the Cleveland Indians and breaking a 108-year curse on Wednesday night.
Ryan Reynolds and Conan O'Brien kiss in the actor's true passion project, 'The Notebook 2'.
Jimmy Fallon and Vince Vaughn have a conversation with each other while adapting to emotional situations thrown at them.
With the Country Music Association Awards on Wednesday night, Jimmy Kimmel gets some of the biggest country music stars to read Mean Tweets directed at them.
Seth Meyers takes a closer look at Democrats beginning to panic as the race tightens and Republicans like Paul Ryan admitting they'll vote for Trump.
Val Kilmer says Michael Douglas is slightly misinformed and he doesn't have cancer.
Miranda Kerr opens up about her split from Orlando Bloom in an interview with Elle Canada.
NBC has ordered more episode to extended 'Timeless' first season to at least sixteen episodes.
Mel Gibson and Stephen Colbert stare up at the night sky and ponder some of life's deepest mysteries in this installment of Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars.
Jimmy Kimmel, who tells his viewers to pull the same prank on their loved ones every year, tells his now 2-year-old daughter Jane that he ate all her Halloween candy.
Jimmy Fallon sings a duet of 'To All the Girls I've Loved Before' with Telemundo's Don Francisco.
Zooey Deschanel and James Corden sing a twist duet on the Lionel Richie classic 'Endless Love' about a glove with a seemingly endless amount of fabric.
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