David Letterman didn’t hold back today as he interviewed Lindsay Lohan on the “Late Show," grilling her about all her rehab and addiction issues.
Lohan deftly dodged most of the questions, but did admit, “I’m the happiest when I’m working and the healthiest, and I think [rehab] is an opportunity for me to, you know, focus on what I love in life. And I don’t think it’s a bad thing. I think it’s a blessing and not a curse.”
When Letterman asked, “Do you have addiction problems?” She replied, “Now you sound like Dr. Phil.” Watch the interview above!
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Jimmy Fallon is leading the pack of late-night hosts when it comes to likeability. The “SNL” alum, known for his quirky games and viral videos, received the highest Q score among fellow funnymen Jay Leno, David Letterman and Jimmy Kimmel.
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The late-night TV competition is heating up, and all three hosts – David Letterman, Jay Leno and Jimmy Kimmel – are making headlines.
It looks like the feud between David Letterman and Oprah Winfrey really is over. Letterman will appear on "Oprah's Next Chapter" in January, and it appears nothing was off limits in the interview.
The pair sat down at David’s alma mater, Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, to discuss everything from the comedian’s public sex scandal to his relationship with Jay Leno. The new friends will also discuss their ongoing feud.
“Jack Reacher” star Tom Cruise stopped by “The Late Show with David Letterman” on Monday night. Dave kept the mood light, asking Tom if he had ever talked to his son Connor, 17, about the birds and the bees.Keeping the teen’s privacy in mind, Cruise dodged the question with “[Connor’s] like, ‘Please don’t talk about me… with certain things, his friends will go, ‘What was that talk like, what were the details?’”
Late-night hosts David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon were on their own Monday, taping in front of nonexistent studio audiences. With New York on lockdown because of Hurricane Sandy, the two comedians had to go it alone with just their musicians, guests and skeletal crews.
Bandleader Paul Shaffer, who has served as the bespectacled musical director on “The Late Show with David Letterman” for three decades, is considering leaving the show when his contract is up in two years.TV Guide Canada. “I’m going to be certainly ready to lie down after that, take a nap.”
Just days after political commentator Keith Olbermann was fired from Al Gore's Current TV network, he admitted to David Letterman that he "screwed up."
On the "Late Show" Tuesday night, Olbermann suggested the network was not capable of supporting him and his show. "I screwed up really big on this. Let's just start there. I thought we could do this. It's my fault that it didn't succeed in the sense that I didn't think the whole thing through," said the former "Countdown" host.