This romper on Diane Kruger’s bod is like a match made in heaven!!
While most rompers tend to look casual and summery, the 37-year-old managed to find one that looked formal and smokin’ hot for her Thursday appearance on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson in El Lay.
She wore the double-breasted Chanel number with the confidence of a sultry businesswoman, pairing it with Versus pumps and a boxy leather Jason Wu tote. The built-in shorts allowed the piece to be shorter than a dress without risk of a wardrobe malfunction, so Diane’s legs were put on full display.
We're pretty used to Kristen Stewart's awkward behavior during interviews - or in ANY public setting, for that matter!
But during the actress' appearance last night on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson, the talk show host seemed to GLADLY take the reigns of discomfort, which, combined with her increasing bewilderment over his stream of questions, resulted in an absolutely HIGHlarious, AH-Mazing interview!
We're not kidding!
The topics of discussion go from dancing to Finland to tigers to Hunter S. Thompson to punk rockers to COCONUTS!
And that's only a FRACTION of the confusion!
Ch-ch-check out all of the ridiculousness (above)!
For some reason, Craig Ferguson has decided to take his late night talk show, The Late Late Show, to Paris, France for a week, and will air a series of special episode on location there starting August 1st!
Check out his announcement (above)!
This should be inneresting!
Random, but he's a pretty HIGHlarious guy, so we imagine there will be some good segments and sketches!
Like everyone else, Craig brought up the Charlie Sheen situation in his opening monologue last night on The Late, Late Show. However, unlike everyone else, he urged us all to take a step back and really look at the man we've been mocking. Craig points out that Charlie is obviously mentally ill and to poke fun at him is just exasperating the situation.
And he has a point…one we fully agreed with.
Check out Craig's monologue (above) and see if you don't feel the same way after.
Truthfully, we know it seems easy to have a laugh at a man who calls himself an adonis with tiger's blood coursing through his veins, but if you're really paying attention, there really isn't anything funny about what Charlie is doing to himself and to the people in his life.