Check out the speech (above) and see if you think Kanye is seriously running for prez!
What an amazing send off!
David Letterman has been a staple of late night TV ever since he took the desk back in 1993, and now he's being honored in the best way possible.
For Dave's final episode on CBS, we got to see the best bits of his 22 years as host, including an excellent opening monologue and some of his most famous interviews.
But not only was the episode about remembering his best moments, it was also about creating some memorable TV!
A ton of famous faces came out to support Dave; including President Barack Obama and the three POTUSs before him, as well as Tina Fey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Barbara Walters, and Chris Rock, just to name a few.
It was such an amazing way to celebrate Dave, and we're really going to miss him in late night, but we're excited to see what Stephen Colbert and his team can do in the slot!
Ch-ch-check out Dave's final monologue and Top 10 (above & below)!!!
The 30 Rock alum made her final appearance on The Late Show Thursday night, marking her over 20th appearance on Letterman's show!
After the 68-year-old host complemented Fey on her dress, she vowed she would never wear a "fancy dress" on a talk show again — and she meant it!
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt creator explained that she couldn't imagine herself glamming out for anyone else:
No, no, we don't mean ABC Family's Mean Girls 2 starring Meaghan Martin!
We mean Jennifer Aniston is in talks to join the cast of Mean Moms!
But before you go busting out your army pants and flip flops, the movie is only a "spiritual sequel" to our beloved 2004 mega hit Mean Girls — though for a more direct fix, stay tuned for the musical adaptation to hit Broadway.
So while it won't follow the storylines of Cady, Regina, Damien, Janice, Gretchen, or Karen, it is based on Rosalind Wiseman's advice book, Queen Bee Moms and King Pin Dads: Dealing with the Parents, Teachers, Coaches, and Counselors Who Can Make - or Break - Your Child's Future.
And if you're thinking that name sounds familiar, she's the same woman who wrote the original novel that inspired the Tina Fey-penned masterpiece!
Except this time, the story will follow a mother who moves with her husband and two children from a small town to a high-class suburb and is thrown into the world of cutthroat parenting.
The Mean Girls vibe is coming in strong!
We won't know if Jen's proposed character would be a Plastic or an Art Freak, but if she takes the role, she would be reunited with her director from Horrible Bosses 2, Sean Anders.
There aren't enough details yet to tell if this will be a fetch flick or a film flop, but we do know one thing: Jennifer Aniston, we love your work!
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Now, the comedian is playing with the big dogs as evidenced by a HIGHlarious sketch in the season three premiere of Inside Amy Schumer featuring Patricia Arquette, Tina Fey and Julia Louis-Dreyfus that totally called out sexism in Hollywood!
The scene opened on Schumer hiking in the park when she stumbles upon Arquette, Fey and Louis-Dreyfus having brunch in a meadow. The group recognizes the Comedy Central star as the "girl from the television who talks about her p*ssy all the time." LOLz
Schumer joins the women to find out that the group is celebrating Julia's "last f*ckable day," when the media decides that an actress is no longer believably f*ckable anymore! Tina provides a real life example for Schumer, explaining:
"Fetch" may never happen, but the Mean Girls musical still totally is!!
Way back in 2013 we reported that a musical version of the hit 2004 comedy was in the early stages of production from writer Tina Fey and her composer husband Jeff Richmond!
After no word on the production's status for a while, it's been announced that the Broadway adaptation of the film is still underway — and a first draft is expected to be finished as soon as this summer!
But after that, their journey will be even harder than Kevin G's rap career.
Richmond, who will be writing the music, says that they still have a long road ahead of them in converting script pages to musical numbers:
Late Show With David Letterman is coming to an end, and so is an era.
After 33 years on late night TV, Dave is saying goodbye, and to help him do that he's gathered some serious star power!
Instead of his normal Top 10, he needed to bust out a top 28!
But that's just the tip of the celebrity iceberg!
So without further ado, here are the Top 28 final guests on Late Show with David Letterman:
This just breaks our hearts.
As we reported, on Sunday, famed celebrity dermatologist Fredric Brandt was found dead in his Miami home in what is being deemed a suicide. He was only 65.
According to some reports, the doctor was devastated by the character of Dr. Franff, played by Martin Short, in the hit Netflix sitcom Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Many believed the mocking caricature was based off him.
While the "Baron of Botox" was deeply hurt by the Tina Fey-created show, sources close to him claim it wasn't the ultimate reason why he decided to end his life. At the time of his death, he was reportedly suffering from depression.
On Monday, the 30 Rock actress' husband Jeff Richmond, who is an executive producer on the comedy, spoke out regarding the surgeon's passing to DailyMail.com.