Today’s must-see viral video is Brian Williams rapping to Snoop Dogg’s “Gin and Juice”!Tonight Show.”
"X Factor" judge Paula Abdul walked off the stage during a taping of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" after being questioned over her decisions on the show, as well as Nicole Scherzinger's move that ultimately eliminated 13-year-old singing sensation Rachel Crow.
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The late night talk shows had a field day with Kim Kardashian's divorce announcement on Monday. David Letterman quipped, "People said they had trouble, they were bickering at the altar -- now they're fighting over custody of the cake! Kim said it's not really a divorce -- it's part of a five-player trade!"
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The 2010 "Stand Up to Cancer" fundraising event, which aired live Friday across many networks, brought out all the Hollywood A-listers to talk about the disease and ways to raise awareness.
"Everyone's touched by this. Everyone has a story," said NBC news anchor Brian Williams, one of the telethon's three co-hosts. "Everyone watching tonight is missing someone, in a fight themselves, in remission, living with cancer. This is the common theme. So yes, we are going to go on the air in a recession and ask Americans to give money because this one is for the team. This affects all of us."
Actor and humanitarian Brad Pitt sat down with "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams to discuss the five years since Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc in New Orleans.
Pitt described his initial reaction to the devastated city and explains how his Make It Right Foundation is helping rebuild homes in the lower ninth ward. Watch an excerpt!
Network anchors Katie Couric, Diane Sawyer and Brian Williams are set to host the "Stand Up to Cancer" telecast in an effort to raise awareness -- and more importantly, money -- for cancer research.
The hour-long show will be simulcast commercial-free on September 10 at 8:00 PM (ET/PT) by CBS, ABC and NBC and other cable networks, including HBO, Discovery Health, E!, MLB Network and The Style Network.
Brian Williams and Jon Stewart jokingly poked fun at each other -- and pretended to arm wrestle!
On "The Daily Show" last night, Brian revealed that he wanted to be Walter Cronkite as a kid -- and teased that Stewart aspired to be the next Carrot Top! Stewart dished it right back, asking Williams, "How does it feel to fall so short?"
Off the air, the two men reportedly shared laughs -- proving that their joke war was all in good fun.