Late night talk shows that are usually filled with jokes and humor took a more sentimental turn as hosts like Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Myers bid farewell to David Letterman.
Actor Charlie Sheen calls Rihanna a “village idiot” on Twitter. Plus, Drew Barrymore shows off pictures of her newborn baby.
We found out this week that Clippers owner Donald Sterling probably won’t be the owner for long.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is a man who isn’t ready to be helped.
Last year the Detroit Pistons’ dancing usher made national news by the way he would break it down during timeouts at the games.
Last month, the celebrity duel du jour was between Jimmy Kimmel and Kanye West. Kanye lashed out at Kimmel on Twitter for a sketch that mocked West’s most recent interview with the BBC. The “Jimmy Kimmel Live” sketch seemed harmless to most people.
Jimmy Kimmel has started a trend. Show up to an event with a camera and a mic, talk about things or people that don’t exist, and watch how many people will pretend they know what you are talking about.
Over the last 10 years, the running joke on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” has been that the show has run out of time and Matt Damon has to be bumped as a guest.
There doesn’t seem to be quite as much excitement for the release of the iPad Mini as there has been for other Apple products.
Detroit’s many fans of sleeper PBS hit “Downton Abbey” had reason to celebrate Thursday morning when Emmy Award nominations were read live by host Jimmy Kimmel.