After receiving a hero's welcome outside the Ed Sullivan theatre, Anderson Cooper sat down with David Letterman and recalled the attack that he and his CNN crew endured at the hands of angry Egyptian protesters.
"People came from all around surrounding us, punching us, kicking us, trying to rip the clothes off my female producer."
Promoting his new film "Red" on "The Late Show with David Letterman" Monday, Bruce Willis modeled what could the newest fashion craze for bald men -- a beef toupee!
"It's 100 percent ground beef sirloin," said the actor, whose inspiration came from Lady Gaga's meat dress at the MTV VMAs. "Top shelf, organic."
Check out the hilarious exchange between Willis and Letterman.
"The Daily Show's" Jon Stewart mocked former CNN anchor Rick Sanchez Saturday, as he hosted Comedy Central's "Night of Too Many Stars."
Sanchez was fired from his CNN job Friday, following a radio interview in which he called Stewart a "bigot" and said CNN and other media were run by "people like him."
It's been over a year since Joaquin Phoenix's bizarre appearance on the "Late Show with David Letterman" -- and the actor returned Wednesday, clean-shaven and sane, ready to apologize for his behavior.
"I mean, I think that you've interviewed many, many people and I assumed that you would know the difference between a character and a real person," Phoenix said about his now infamous interview, which turned out to be all an act for his fake documentary "I'm Still Here." "I hope I didn't offend you in any way," he added.
Ah, ya gotta love David Letterman for keeping his fingers on the pulse of pop culture. The "Late Show" host learned how to pump his fist, "Jersey Shore" style, from his guest, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi. Watch how well he does it, too!
Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres popped up on the Broadway stage Tuesday when she made a surprise guest appearance in the musical "Promises, Promises," joining stars Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth.
A few hours before appearing on Broadway, Ellen stopped by the Ed Sullivan Theater for a cameo on "The Late Show with David Letterman," where she delivered the Top Ten List!
Actor/producer Michael Douglas opened up to "Late Show" host David Letterman about his battle with throat cancer on Tuesday.
"Extra" caught the "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" actor as he arrived to the set of the "Late Show with David Letterman." Check out the video!
How much money do TV personalities make? TVGuide.com gathered TV star salaries, and it looks like Oprah Winfrey tops the list, earning roughly $315 million a year as the leading daytime talk show host.
Her nearest rival, earnings-wise, is late-night talk show host David Letterman, with a hefty $28 million annually as the host of "The Late Show with David Letterman."