Poor, poor Kourt.
The source says of Disick:
We get so happy when we see them side-by-side, and just imagine all the joy they would bring to the world on a weekly (or even nightly!) basis.
The two comedians/authors/actresses attended the AFI Life Achievement Award Honoring Steve Martin event in LA on Thursday, looking so totally chic!
Tina was quite sexy in a blue lace J Mendel frock that seemed sheer around the skirt area, although there appears to be some beige lining underneath.
Her strappy heels and black clutch went perfectly with the black trim on her dress!
Amy kept it simple in an A.L.C. little black dress that showed off her legs — and we just ADORE her red hair!
Who'da thought she'd look so awesome as a ginger?!
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Looks like Tina Fey forgot which Amy was hers!
Last night Amy Schumer was lucky enough to pick up a Peabody award for her work on her hit show Inside Amy Schumer!
Oh, but her luck didn't stop there! She was fortunate enough to have the always lovely and talented Tina Fey present the award to her as well as get a hot kiss from the 30 Rock Star!
As the Peabody is a very distinguished public service award, rewarding various media outlets for their quality and contributions rather than just popularity, Fey made sure to keep it classy — JK! LOLz!
Tina started it off a little racy by saying:
He is still on the road to recovery.
Almost exactly a year after a speeding Walmart truck hit his limo and left him critically injured, Tracy Morgan gave his first interview on NBC's Today Show live on Monday.
Sitting down with Matt Lauer and his attorney Benedict Morelli, the comedian looked like he did before the accident last June. Morgan explained his health has improved, but he still has occasional "bad days" where he gets headaches and nosebleeds.
Though he has made a visible physical recovery, his emotional battle has proven difficult — his friend and fellow comedian James "Jimmy Mack" McNair was killed in the accident.
The 30 Rock alum got choked up when speaking about Jimmy Mack, explaining
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)!!!
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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