Ruh-roh! CBS forgot to pay their LADWP bill again!
The network put Craig Ferguson in an awkward spot yesterday after an electrical malfunction at their studios left his set without power and light!
The Late Late Show's gay robot skeleton had a few theories. He said:
What a site to host a interview!!
Craig Ferguson took care-free Mila Kunis to the Necropolis graveyard in Glasgow for a lil' Late Late Show chit-chat.
All across the gravestones of the dead, the two talked about life… and then all of a sudden Craig said to Mila, "Don't step on the graves!"
And before you knew it, the two were getting into the etiquette of graveyard walking!
Check out their lively banter in Craig's Scottish home (above)!!
They grow up so fast (sniff, sniff).
David Letterman has signed a new contract with CBS that will move him past Johnny Carson as the longest-running-late-night-TV-show-host in history!
Craig Ferguson aka Fergie had his contract extended, as well.
Nina Tassler, the president of CBS, had this to say about this historic announcement:
CBS has all but inked another deal with David Letterman to return to The Late Show. The company has been authorized to speak with Letterman's production company as well.
But what about his cohort, Craig Ferguson?
Two Howards on one judging panel?! Who wouldn't be excited!
Howie Mandel appeared on The Late Late Show and discussed his excitement that Howard Stern is joining America's Got Talent.
Interestingly, Stern is the first American judge on the show.
Apparently, you do NOT imply that Princess Leia has had work done!
After reports on the internet circulated that Carrie Fisher had had less-than-stellar plastic surgery, the actress appeared on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson to not only dispel them as rumors, but mock the idea that she would only have a face lift when she could get 'it all done!'
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious clip (above)!
Is she AH-mazing or what?!
HOW DID WE MISS THIS????
Mr. Neil Gaiman, you rock star you!
On Halloween night, something magical happened on Craig Ferguson's Late, Late Show. Yes, we're late to the party, but we just couldn't help it:
This is THAT good!
Check out the video (above) to watch Amanda Palmer from The Dresden Dolls and special guests Moby, Stephin Merritt and Neil Gaiman perform "Science Fiction/Double Feature" from "The Rocky Horror Picture Show".