Stephen Colbert

Tom Hanks Says Coronavirus Made His Bones Feel Like 'Soda Crackers'

Tom Hanks, who tested positive for coronavirus along with his wife, Rita Wilson in March, is detailing his symptoms that left his bones feeling like they were made of ‘soda crackers.’ Read more now.
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Artists Come Together for Massive ‘One World: Together At Home’ Special

Artists across all genres are coming together to support Global Citizen and the World Health Organization, with a special on NBC, ABC, and CBS as a message of solidarity during the coronavirus crisis.
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Will Ferrell Keeps the Love Alive With Hilarious Notes to His Wife

Will Ferrell is an expert in the romance department and told Stephen Colbert that he keeps his Valentine’s Day interesting after 20 years of marriage by writing his wife hilarious love letters. Watch him read the notes.
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Watch Kit Harrinngton react to potential 'Game of Thrones' endings.

Watch Kit Harrington React to Potential 'Game of Thrones' Endings

Will Jon Snow crack? Nope! Watch as Kit Harrington reacts to potential 'Game of Thrones' endings.
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Elle King

Elle King Returns To ‘The Late Show’ With “Shame”

The lead single from her sophomore album gets its TV debut
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Death Cab For Cutie

WATCH: Death Cab For Cutie Performs “Gold Rush” on ‘The Late Show’

Watch Death Cab For Cutie perform their new single "Gold Rush" on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert'!
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Jack White

WATCH: Jack White and Stephen Colbert Sing the Full Versions of Classic Jingles

Jack White and Stephen Colbert sing the full versions of classic commercial jingles.
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Paramore

WATCH: Paramore Perform “Rose Colored Boy” on ‘Colbert’

Last night (May 1), Paramore hit 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' stage to give “Rose Colored Boy” its debut TV performance.
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MGMT

WATCH: MGMT's 'Colbert' Performance Is a Music Video Throwback

MGMT stepped into a time machine for last night’s 'Late Night With Stephen Colbert' performance, and now, “Me and Michael” feels less like a shiny new song and more like a vintage clip on old-school MTV.
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