Actress Kirstie Alley's turn on "Dancing with the Stars" earlier this year helped revive her career, but was also fodder for late-night hosts who made fun of her weight.
One of the biggest offenders was David Letterman, and when Alley appeared on the "Late Show," looking svelte in a purple dress, she made sure to take the talk show host to task for his fat jokes.
"I thought you loved me madly, and then you would talk about me being sort of chub," Alley chided. "Some of your jokes were funny, but I didn't know if it meant you didn't love me anymore."
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Jimmy Whittemore, a 22-year-old aspiring actor, broke into the famed Ed Sullivan Theater where David Letterman's "Late Show" tapes, and caused and caused $5,000 worth of damage early Sunday morning.
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"Two and a Half Men" star Jon Cryer appeared on the "Late Show with David Letterman" -- and talked about co-star Charlie Sheen's public meltdown.
Cryer started by saying, "I love him, he's a great friend, "to which Letterman replied, "He called you names, he called you a troll." Cryer replied, "Yes -- as friends do!"
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Cryer said they had no warning Sheen was close to the edge. "Nobody was prepared for this, I didn't see it coming, no one did. None of us wanted to continue with the show if we felt it was hurting him, and there was a point when everyone felt like... there was no control here."
Continuing her media blitz for her second album, "Born This Way," Lady Gaga showed off her odd behavior on "The Late Show with David Letterman" and ripped Letterman's sheet of notes, stuffed it in her mouth and chewed it up. Gaga said, "I'm so fed up with all of this," before eating the sheet of paper.
Dave asked about the singer's infamous egg vessel she arrived in at this year's Grammys, and Gaga replied, "It's a place where I can meditate and experience rebirth, so I just get inside of it and close it, and then when I feel that I have been reborn spiritually, I just whoo, come out."
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Oprah's final two guests will be Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith. As the queen of daytime talk ends her 25-year run of "The Oprah Show" on May 25, speculation about who will appear as the final guest included boyfriend Stedman Graham, Tom Cruise, Dr. Phil McGraw, Jennifer Aniston and Gabrielle Giffords.
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Actress Courteney Cox's recent trip to St. Barths with "Cougar Town" co-star Josh Hopkins caught the paparazzi's attention, along with her amazing bikini bod. The paps managed to snap a photo of Cox in the water after one side of her bikini top accidentally slipped off, and when she mentioned the incident to David Letterman on his show, the host pulled out the photo.
"They actually did get something... I had a little nipple slip," Cox admitted. Right on cue, Letterman showed the photo of the bikini malfunction and a surprised Courteney laughed, "Wow, Dave, that's not pixilated or anything!"
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It was supposed to be her first TV appearance since her felony charge, but troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan today denied reports that she would be appearing on "The Late Show" to do the Top Ten list.
Someone from Lohan's camp reportedly reached out to the show and booked Lindsay to announce the "Top Ten" segment via satellite for Thursday's show, according to Reuters. "We made a mistake. Someone purporting to be a friend of Lindsay's reached out to the show yesterday, allegedly on her behalf, and booked her to appear," explained a spokesman for the show.
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."