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Stephen Colbert's Laughter is Music to Our Ears
Tonight, America's eyes will be glued to their TVs as Stephen Colbert proves whether or not his unique brand of searing sarcasm can translate to the late night show template. To celebrate his past before he embarks on his Late Show future, get any eyeful of every time Colbert broke from his usually stony-faced character on the Report.
The Rock for President
Dwayne Johnson continues to be America's hero, with the ultimate Labor Day post. The man was a pro wrestler, became a Hollywood star, AND rescues drowning puppies? There's only one solution: The Rock '16.
on Sep 7, 2015 at 3:35pm PDT
Hillary Clinton is Stopping by Late Night
Former First Lady Hillary Clinton will squeeze in some time to hang with Jimmy Fallon to coincide with her Democratic campaign. Her appearance will follow the political frenzy taking over the The Tonight Show the week prior, with Donald Trump, Joe Biden, and Jeb Bush all sitting down. Fingers crossed that he gets her to play 'Drinko.'
Photo by Marla Aufmuth/Getty Images for LeadOn:Watermark's Silicon Valley Conference for Women
Sam Smith Will Open Up Spectre
Musical golden boy Sam Smith will sing the title track to the upcoming James Bond film 'Spectre.' Titled, "Writing's on the Wall," Smith says the recording is "one of the highlights of my career." You can give it a listen on Sept. 25th.
on Sep 7, 2015 at 8:00am PDT
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