What color is this dress?
Even celebrities are weighing in, with many being Team #whiteandgold.
Read some of their responses, and then find out what color "science" says it is:
Whoa! Stephen Colbert, is that you?!
On Thursday night, the Northwestern alum was honored at the 10th annual Oscar Wilde Awards in Santa Monica to recognize the work of the Irish in film and television.
However, all anyone could talk about is how hot the 50-year-old's facial hair was! Damn, boy!
When asked about the impetus for this follicle refinement, he answered simply:
Saturday Night Live has been around for 40 years now and its producer, Lorne Michaels, is thinking about all the what ifs…
Like, what if he hadn't rejected certain comedians from his show?
You might not believe how many insanely talented (and currently successful) people were rejected by SNL!
Some of the bigger names to get turned down by the show are:
We always knew that Ellen DeGeneres was number one!
But now, thanks to The Harris Poll, we've got the data to prove it!
According to the study, Ellen is America's favorite TV personality for the third year in a row! Also, she's the only woman in the top ten.
Runner up was
The Golden Globes are over, but award season is just beginning!
Among the bigger award shows, a very special ceremony happens every year somewhat under the radar: the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association's Dorian Awards!
Over 100 members of GALECA vote on their favorites in TV and film, all through an LGBTQ lens.
If you're not familiar with the award show, it distinguishes itself not just with its LGBTQ-friendly categories, but also with unique ones like Campy TV Show, Unsung TV Show, and Visually Striking Film Of The Year!
See the entire list — and find out who will be the recipient of the prestigious Timeless Award (below)!
Well this is certainly some exciting news!
When will Stephen Colbert be taking the reigns?
Well, The Late Show has finally gotten a fall premiere date and it's only nine-months away —
What a sad, sad day for The Colbert Report fans!
Last night, December 18 was the series finale of Stephen Colbert's nine-year-long run on Comedy Central.
However, never one to do anything small, the show was a star-studded affair that found Patrick Stewart, Andy Cohen, James Franco, Jon Stewart, Bill Clinton and literally SO MANY OTHERS singing We'll Meet Again to help Stephen off to immortality.
Seriously, the host of the show (officially) can't die because HE killed Death last night in the last segment of Cheating Death.
Which means he'll be
But it's rare for anyone on such a highly viewed spot to take the risk of premiering a BRAND NEW SONG!
That's just the kind of fearless rapper Kendrick is!
See him face off with the Colbert Report host before debuting his untitled new track (below)!