“Parks and Recreation” star Aziz Ansari has been through a lot over the last decade. Many ups and downs, if we do say so ourselves. Here, he visited ” The Late Show” and dug right in by calling CBS, in so many words, racist. He also pointed out that Stephen Colbert is the “bagillionth” white guy on TV.
Colbert, dumbfounded, sat shifting in his chair, fretting, it would seem, CBS knocking on his door. Still tense, Aziz quipped that someone is going to get fired for misquoting the title of his book. But Colbert broke the tension with a joke. Laughing, he said that he hopes it was a white guy.
Sofia Vergara gets totally creeped out in the hot seat next to Conan. She visited the Conan O’Brien show in 2014. The talk show host made her uncomfortable as soon as she sat down. In the creepiest voice he could conjure, Conan says, “I love you.” Sofia casually tries to brush it off, “Don’t be creepy,” yet she’s clearly disturbed.
As the interview goes on, it only gets creepier. Conan tells her he enjoys dancing with her boyfriend. “Now it’s really getting creepy,” she says. Next, Conan begs her to laugh at his joke. All she can say is, “Creeeepy.”
They were discussing fears on BBC One’s "The Graham Norton Show" one evening in 2015. Comedian Josh Widdicombe, having just divulged that he used to write for "Dora the Explorer" magazine, was not ready for the insult that would be slung at him. It was Widdicombe’s turn to share a personal fear.
He started to say he was going to go with flying. But then Mark Ruffalo rudely suggested Widdicombe might fear girls under the age of 12. The actor clearly regretted it and walked off the stage in shame after trying to apologize to Widdicombe with a chivalrous handshake.
Jamie Foxx visited "The Graham Norton Show" in 2017. He managed to give an epic stand-up routine while sitting on the red couch with Judi Dench, Steve Carrell, and Kristen Wiig. Talking about the travails of dating at 49, he describes standing outside a club in LA.
A carload of starstruck young women screams, “OMG, it’s Jaime Foxx!” Foxx smiles, “What’s up?!” It turns out they go to school with his daughter. Another time when he was a DJ at a club, three twentysomething young ladies found out he was 49. He said they acted as if he told them he had a terminal disease!
If you didn’t know Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon are in a BFF bromance, now you do. They have one of the most adorable friendships of all the celebrities. On "The Tonight Show," Timberlake and Fallon do an SNL-like skit.
Dressed up as 13-year-olds at summer camp, the buddies get in trouble with the camp leader for staying up all night chatting. It gets a bit out of hand when the two belt out a duet of Alanis Morissette’s song “Ironic.” They go to bed, finally, but not before Timberlake says, “Best friends forever?” and Fallon answers, “Best friends forever.”