Mama June must be THRILLED about this development!!
Check out a shot TLC's current scheduling (below)!
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Why couldn't we have a speech like this?!
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Jimmy Fallon took a moment out of the Tonight Show on Thursday to go back in time and play a couple of graduating seniors from Oneonta High School Class of 1989. No, they weren't the valedictorians, they were the two kids with the WORST GPAs!
Jimmy and The Rock put on their best "dumb" voices and talked about how kids shouldn't get caught up in "fads" like "computers" which as the rock explains is just "a dumb box of wires." LOLz!
We're TOTALLY on board with the worst kids speaking! Maybe not inspiration, but it would have made our graduation speeches MUCH more memorable!
David Letterman's final show on Wednesday night brought in his biggest ratings since 1994!
That's a major coup in the late night wars for CBS as they said goodbye to the funny man's 33-year late night career.
In fact, the Late Show with David Letterman registered a 4.1 rating in the coveted age 25-54 demographic, and in the 18-49 demographic Letterman logged a 3.1 rating.
Farewell in retirement, David, and congrats on going out on a high note!
[Image via Late Show/YouTube.]
Say it ain't so!
After 22 years as the host of the Late Show — it's time to bid David Letterman farewell!
And it seems we're not the only ones struggling with saying goodbye to the TV host.
And who's surprised?! The comedian has clocked in more than 6,000 broadcasts in 33 years while on television. WHOA!!
Since Dave couldn't have EVERY one of his former guests on during his final week, many were forced to say their goodbyes on social media — including Sia, Oprah Winfrey, Bette Midler, Jimmy Fallon, Betty White, Ellen DeGeneres, Conan O'Brien, Backstreet Boys, Maroon 5, Seth Meyers, Mindy Kaling, Foo Fighters, and Andy Cohen, just to name a few.
Ch-ch-check out their touching goodbyes (below)!
Baby! We love that Biebs!
On Last night's Late Late Show with James Corden, Justin Bieber popped in for a ride around town with Corden and a little singing too (below). That's right late night host finally made our dreams come true by doing Carpool Karaoke with JB!
As they rode around, Corden couldn't help but start the ride off with Bieber's classic hit, Baby! Not only can J-beebs still pull the song off, but Corden does a very convincing Ludacris!
The Late Late host also sneaks in a few questions about Justin's body, how frequently he wears a pair of underwear, and his dating life. Let's be honest, he was just asking what was on all of our minds!
After this ride, we don't know who's more talented, Corden or JB — but we might give the advantage to Justin since he proved he can solve a rubix cube in about 2 minutes. Ch-ch-check out the HIGH-larious, AH-mazing duet-filled ride for yourself (below)!
David Letterman's 33-year reign as the King of Late Night has officially come to an end!
On Wednesday, the TV host signed off from his show, The Late Show, for the last time. We knew his farewell would be one to remember — but we didn't realize we'd have to hold back tears!
The 16-time Emmy winner made sure his send off was both star-studded and incredibly touching! AH-Mazing!
So, let's take a moment to honor the top FIVE moments from the 68-year-old's FIERCE last episode!
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)!!!
What a special tribute to David Letterman!
As everyone knows, the host of the Late Show is appearing in his final show tonight and everyone has been sending their goodbyes to the 68-year-old!
The AH-Mazing singer-songwriter wrote:
That's definitely one moment Sia will never ever forget in her life!