Ch-ch-check out Obama's AH-Mazing final WHCD speech (above)!
Donald Trump has been a guest on Stephen Colbert's Late Show before, but recently the late night host has taken to interviewing a cartoon version of the presidential hopeful — who's only slightly less ridiculous than the real thing!
The Late Show originally debuted cartoon Trump in a bit last week to mock the candidate's name-calling and childlike attitude.
But the animated politician came back on Monday night's show to address Trump polling below Ted Cruz in Wisconsin!
Just like the actual candidate, cartoon Trump isn't too worried about the low polling numbers, delusionally telling Colbert:
Marcia Clark is a bad influence on Sarah Paulson!
Paulson went to great lengths to make sure she properly mimicked all of Clark's physical quirks and tics — but one of the character's habits rubbed off on the actress more than she hoped it would!
Stopping by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night, the 41-year-old revealed that she was actually smoking in the many scenes that show Clark sucking on a cigarette.
While at first, Paulson said she was "coughing a lot," but admitted that eventually started looking forward to any scenes with cigs! She said:
"Eventually I started to be like . . . I was ready for a smoke. I was like, ‘Hey, hey!' It got me a little crazy for the ciggies. I also smoke in American Horror Story and I was shooting them at the same time so it was a real situation."
We can imagine it's pretty easy to get hooked on smoking when filming all those intense, dramatic scenes!
Ch-ch-check out the interview (below) to her Paulson talk more about playing the character!
This is the perfect video to start your day!
Well, it seems like Stephen Colbert doesn't want to deal with the REAL Trump either, which is why he interviewed a cartoon version of the GOP candidate Wednesday night.
Of course, Colbert made sure to ask Donald about Anderson Cooper comparing him to a five-year-old and his juvenile behavior as well as that whole assault case with the businessman's campaign manager — and his responses are downright HIGHlarious!
Plus, that's some really good animation for just a gag.
Ch-ch-check out the only enjoyable Trump interview on record (above)!!!
Fans of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend know that Rachel Bloom and her team have perfected the TV musical, but just in case you haven't been exposed to her CW talents, she's taking her act to CBS!
That's because after he asked her to explain exactly what a musical is, Rachel broke out into a completely rehearsed and choreographed song!
Basically, you NEED to be watching Crazy Ex-Girlfriend!
Ch-ch-check out Rachel & Stephen's Anything Can Be A Musical (above)!!!
Stephen Colbert knows how make those spontaneous musical moments happen!
But when Tom Hiddleston stopped by Monday night's show, the actor required a bit more persuasion to whip out his singing voice!
Being the sly host he is, Colbert started talking about the 35-year-old's new film I Saw The Light, where he plays late music legend Hank Williams.
The host then threw out the idea of Hiddleston singing the titular song from his upcoming biopic — and after being met with audience cheers, he really had no choice but to oblige!
Ch-ch-check out the clip (below) to see the actor reluctantly duetting to I Saw The Light with Colbert!
While Anna Kendrick didn't plant one on the late night host, she did bond with the comedian during her Late Show visit Thursday night!
The Pitch Perfect star didn't have anything to promote, so she just had a good time with Colbert as the two started talking about their love for Lord of the Rings, Stephen Sondheim, and musicals!
One thing lead to another and all of a sudden Anna and Stephen were singing Falling in Love is Wonderful from Annie Get Your Gun!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing interview (below) and let us know who you think has the better voice!
James Corden will be driving in the carpool lane earlier than on his normal commute this month!
One of our favorite segments on The Late Late Show is Carpool Karaoke, which features the late night host driving around with A-list singers like Adele, Justin Bieber, and Mariah Carey while belting out their hits!
The sketch has become so successful that it's currently being shopped around to networks as it's own weekly TV series, much like Jimmy Fallon's Lip Sync Battle getting it's own show on Spike TV!
And while Corden would not host the spinoff show, he will be in the driver's seat for an upcoming Carpool Karaoke primetime special airing later this month!
The upcoming special will feature Jennifer Lopez — plus highlights from past segments — along with more of Corden's favorite moments celebrating his first year as host of The Late Late Show!
Wow! We hope Stephen Colbert doesn't start to feel neglected!
Either way, we can't wait to watch The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Special March 29 at 10 p.m. EST on CBS.