Don’t worry, folks! The show must, and WILL go on!
Chelsea Handler’s manager Irving Azoff has announced that the talk show host plans to leave E! in nine months when her contract is up, after being with the network for eight years.
On Howard Stern's show earlier this month, the 39-year-old jokester said that the network was “a sad, sad place to live.” She went on to explain
Is a new awards season already upon us? Whoa! Time really does fly!
The MTV Movie Awards are still over a month away, but today we can reveal to you which names and movies were nominated!!!
Last year's star-studded show featured everyone from Rebel Wilson to a half-naked Joe Manganiello, but could this year's Conan O'Brien hosted event be even better?
With names like these, we're thinking yes!!!
Ch-ch-check out MTV's sweet super-clip and a FULL LIST of nominees …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Oh you thought awards season ended with the Oscars?? Hellz no! We still have to give out the Golden Popcorn!
And for the first time ever, Conan O’Brien will host the MTV Movie Awards!
Alright, keep cool my babies!
The redhead late night host is set to emcee the long running award show on April 13th live from Los Angeles!
Conan released a statement explaining just how excited he is to get this gig, saying:
We think Jimmy Fallon looks pretty good behind his new desk, and viewers seem to agree as well, for the most part!
Jimmy had 11.31 million viewers tuning in last night during his inaugural episode, which was over 2 million more watching than there were during Conan O'Brien's premiere back in 2009. However, the two had the same rating of 3.8 in the 18-48 demographic.
Although he appears to have topped Conan, the viewership WAS less than the 14.6 million who watched The Tonight Show to say goodbye to Jay Leno. Well, at least say goodbye for a second time!
Overall, it was a pretty robust opening for Jimmy, and we're excited to see how he does in direct competition with David Letterman!
Looks like there's still a little bit of bad blood between Team Coco and Team Leno!
Last night was Jay Leno's (second) last Tonight Show, as he had previously abdicated his late night throne back in 2009 before taking over his hosting duties again in 2010 in a controversy that left Conan O'Brien famously out of his coveted job.
While many have wished Jay well on his second retirement, our favorite red head above 6 feet had only a solitary zinger to deliver on the subject on TBS' Conan:
As Jay Leno says goodbye to The Tonight Show, we can't help but think back to a mere four years ago when another host said his own tearful farewell.
Conan O'Brien joked a lot on his way out, but in the end he took the highest of high roads, delivering one of the most positive, inspiring speeches we've ever heard.
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the funny man get serious for a moment to say:
"No one in life gets exactly what they thought they were going to get. But if you work really hard and you're kind, amazing things will happen."
Maybe the best advice we ever heard. And we're still trying our best!