While Stephen Colbert may adhere to the old saying, “the show must go on,” he admitted on Tuesday’s "The Late Show" that everything has its limits.
The surprise announcement was made, with much fanfare, on Tuesday's "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert."
Cooper was stunned and turned down his mom’s offer, saying, “That kid would be on the front page of the New York Post every day of its life.”
The late night hosts tackled everything from UN inaction and congressional corruption to how climate change will affect coffee drinkers.
McCarthy discovered an app that made her and her costars laugh at the most inopportune time.
All three late night hosts had high praise for the comedy legend who touched all of their lives in one way or another.
“I talked to a lot of sources at CNN. Some said, ‘Yeah, this is really weird. I’m ticked off at Chris.’ Others said, ‘You know, I understand. You can’t pick who your family members are.’”
Stephen Colbert may have been the one who walked in on Mindy Kaling changing, but she was the one with regrets.
Colbert was visibly frustrated in one of the rare moments he’s stumped in Tolkien trivia, but still ended up smiling ear to ear.
Moreno shrugged off CBS censors while expressing her excitement over coming full circle from her starring role in the 1961 original.
Stewart doesn’t buy the explanation that the coronavirus came from bats, believing that it’s too “weird” that the pandemic began so close to the virology lab.
It turns out Samuel L. Jackson is a fan of Samuel L. Jackson movies, although his biggest blockbusters didn't crack his top 5.
Colbert wasn’t too happy that a picture was published of Weiner wearing a “Late Show” t-shirt, so he came up with a remedy.
The actor stated that he is simply pointing out the fact that Cruz is "a terrible man whose words have resulted in death."
Despite thinking the action figure resembles Jamie Foxx more than it does himself, Mackie was happy with it and said it’s amazing.
While exactly what she was trying to tell them is up for debate, many Taylor Swift fans agree she was trying to tell them something.
Journalist Ronan Farrow appeared on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" on Tuesday, where he discussed a U.S. Capitol rioter who he interviewed.
Colbert called for legislators like Sen. John Kennedy to be voted out of office for refusing to do anything to stop mass shootings.
Colbert laid into the QAnon believer after several stories about her past pushing wild conspiracies surfaced.
Williams believes the trophies may have been taken years ago when she threw a house party.
Colbert acknowledged the part Trump played, but blamed Fox News and Republicans for appeasing the president’s falsehoods throughout his presidency.
The President-elect understands Republicans are "in a tough spot," but is unlikely to mend his broken friendship with Senator Graham any time soon.