James Corden seems like such a sweet guy… just the perfect mark for an April Fools Day prank!
[ Video: David Beckham & James Corden Spoof Serious Underwear Ads! ]
And Katie Couric wasn't taking any prisoners with this one!
She fooled James AND his entire Late Late Show audience with a fake fall down the stairs!
See the newswoman take a break from being serious — and risk a serious break! — in the silly but suspenseful clip (below)!
This could be exciting!
After completely making up stories about himself doing badass things, Brian Williams has left NBC Nightly News for a few months.
[ Related: Katie Couric & Diane Sawyer's Bitter Behind-The-Scenes Feud Comes To The Forefront With New Tell-All! ]
In his place, the network is considering bringing in Katie Couric!
Andrew Lack was named the head of NBC News this morning and has reportedly already been talking to Miz Couric, trying to get her to take the job, after leaving the network in 2006.
A source revealed:
Rosie O'Donnell is NOT letting Stephen Collins off the hook!
The View co-host TORE into Stephen after his tell-all interview with Katie Couric aired this past Friday.
Rosie believes Katie took it too easy on the admitted child molester, so she took to her blog to set the actor straight.
[ Video: Stephen Claims He Was Molested Himself As A Child In His 20/20 Interview! ]
We're not so sure how to feel about this…
Stephen Collins may have opened up about his victims during his 20/20 interview on Friday night, but he actually talked a lot about himself too!
Katie Couric sure did get a lot out of the 7th Heaven star, but one of the more interesting things we learned is that Stephen claims he was molested himself when he was a kid!
Stephen Collins spoke for the first time on camera since his molestation claims came out, and boy did he share a lot of information on the case on Friday night.
Katie Couric sat down with 7th Heaven star for a Yahoo! and 20/20 interview, and in it, he admitted to exposing himself to underage girls at three separate instances that took place in 1973, 1982, and 1994.