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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NBC late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon took center stage at Universal Studios Hollywood on Thursday to perform a witty rendition of "Tram-tastic," a new theme song he penned to mark his small-screen debut as "Host" of the theme park's signature behind-the-scenes Studio Tour.
The attraction has brought over 150 million visitors behind the scenes of the movie and television industry's biggest hits. As the Studio Tour's new "Video Host," Fallon will introduce a series of clips that will be seen on HD monitors located in each tram car to augment the live narration provided by Universal Studios Hollywood's tour guides.
Watch some of the behind-the-scenes action!
Late-night host Jimmy Fallon and "The Boss," Bruce Springsteen, had some fun Tuesday night with 9-year-old Willow Smith's hit song, "Whip My Hair."
Check out the hilarious video, with Fallon also impersonating Neil Young.
Host Jimmy Fallon kicked the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards off with a rousing number, singing Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run," with a supporting cast of TV stars -- including the cast of "Glee" and Tina Fey, with cameos by Betty White, Jon Hamm and more. Watch the opening skit! What did you think?
"Modern Family" and "Mad Men" were the big winners at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night, picking up awards for Best Drama and Best Comedy series, respectively.
The stylized 1960's drama won its third Emmy in a row, while the newbie docu-comedy won its first award.
See photos of the Emmy red carpet arrivals!
"Family's" Eric Stonestreet grabbed the night's first Emmy, winning for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, with Jane Lynch following up as Best Supporting Actress for her turn as the mean Sue Sylvester in "Glee." Watch her backstage at the Emmys!
Emmy host Jimmy Fallon gathered a few of TV's finest -- from the cast of "Glee" to "30 Rock's" Tina Fey to "Mad Men's" Jon Hamm -- to kick off the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Watch the hilarity!