The actor croons a jazzy tune about all the characters who've died on the show for charity campaign Red Nose Day
The June 7 telecast will feature songs from all the nominated new musicals and revivals, as well as some overlooked ones
The model tells ET she plans to file a lawsuit against Cosby, alleging defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress
The singer-actress-filmmaker will reflect on her childhood, her career and private life in the currently untitled tome
Alec Baldwin, Jimmy Kimmel, Julia Roberts and Oprah Winfrey look back on icon's 33 years of late-night laughs
Former "Fresh Prince" star and "DWTS" champion Alfonso Ribeiro will take over for Tom Bergeron
British royal on historic tour of Ireland gets standing ovation for speech about healing "even when the heartache continues"
The singer does her best impressions of other pop stars, including a fellow "Voice" coach
On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Kimmel got choked up saying farewell to the departing "Late Show" host
The rapper also apologized to TV viewers, who he says were "unable to enjoy the performance the way he envisioned"
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos, including ducks mesmerized by a yo-yo and sanitation workers taking a foosball break. To see these videos in their entirety, click HERE.
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of roller coaster season, when theme parks unveil their newest attractions. But this year, at Six Flags Magic Mountain outside Los Angeles, what is new is old again. Carter Evans reports on the Twisted Colossus and journalist Arthur Levine who lives to ride.
The actor jumped out of a cake and gave David Letterman an icing-filled bear hug ahead of the host's final episode
"CBS This Morning" continues its conversation with the Academy Award winning actor in the second part of his sit down interview from the One World Observatory. Clooney tells Charlie Rose about his marriage, whether kids are in his future and tackling humanitarian issues.
Rumer Willis and partner Val Chmerkovskiy take this season's mirrorball trophy during a performance-packed finale
Some of Hollywood's biggest names are paying tribute to Letterman's legacy of laughter. Oprah Winfrey, Julia Roberts and Jimmy Kimmel discuss his legendary career.
Images of Brad Pitt, Barbra Streisand, Oprah Winfrey and Katy Perry made the exhibit cut
David Letterman has only one show left in his historic run on late night television. His 33 years as host are the longest in history. With one show to go, some of comedy's biggest names are paying their respects to the "Late Show" legend. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Bill Murray, who was David Letterman's very first "Late Night" guest nearly three decades ago, will be making his 44th appearance Tuesday night. After the show taping wrapped, Murray took his farewell into the streets outside the Ed Sullivan theater wearing goggles and covered in cake
The actress opens up about how her role in the Oscar-nominated film inspired her to get involved in lung cancer awareness