David Letterman's 'Late Show' set has been dismantled mere hours after the final episode aired.
David Letterman's Late Show set has already been thrown in the trash. The talk show host's last show was on Wednesday night (20th May) but within 24 hours the set had been dismantled and parts of it could be seen in a dumpster close to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York.
David Letterman's Late Show set was quickly dismantled after the final episode aired.
Jim Carrey was rocking his beard - which is looking incerasingly bushier - as he arrived at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York for the last episode of 'The Late Show with David Letterman'. He was also sporting a T-shirt with the slogan 'Spank You'; a catchphrase of his from the 'Ace Ventura' movies.
'30 Rock' star Alec Baldwin arrives with his heavily pregnant wife Hilaria Baldwin and their young daughter Carmen at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York for the last ever episode of 'The Late Show With David Letterman'. Alec appears to be clutching a gold-wrapped gift - presumably for David Letterman - which he puts aside as he poses with his family. The Baldwins appear to be on good terms with the photographers, as Hilaria shakes one of their hands and Alec asks them if someone he knows is about. He is later seen taking photos of the paparazzi with his phone.
Barbara Walters - Photographs from the TIME 100 Gala which honors TIME's 100 Most Influential People In The World. The even was held at Jazz at the Lincoln Center in New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 22nd April 2015
The legendary television journalist will return to ABC to interview the most notable people in entertainment and pop culture from the last year in her annual two-hour special.
ABC has announced that Barbara Walters' '10 Most Fascinating People' special will air for one more year, which may come as a surprise due to the network initially planning for last year's instalment to be the final one.
Walters' '10 Most Fascinating People' special will air in December
The two-hour show, which features interviews with the most notable people in entertainment and pop culture from the last twelve months, will be resurrected on Sunday, Dec. 14th, starting at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
The former TV host didn't feel like she fitted in on the ABC talkshow.
Jenny McCarthy has opened up on her departure from The View, explaining that she began to feel like she didn't fit in with the ABC talkshow's way of working. Speaking to Howard Stern this week, the former TV presenter discussed her life and career, addressing speculation over a rumoured acrimonious split from the show.
When asked by the radio star whether she had been fired, McCarthy replied "Yes and no," adding "I would call it: If I wanted to stay with Rosie and if I was a Republican I would still be there right now."
She revealed that her decision to leave was made during a "four-hour legal meeting" and after realising that she would have to "censor" herself too much on the show.
Continue reading: Jenny McCarthy Couldn’t Be Her "Full Self" On 'The View'
In a bout of sisterly love, McCarthy announced her departure with Sherri Shepherd.
The news that Sherri Shepherd was leaving ABC’s The View has been out since last week, when the host tweeted about her departure. At that time, her co-host and friend Jenny McCarthy tweeted: “If Sherri goes ... I go too. #sisters.”
These are my Avengers and we will be back! pic.twitter.com/fjtxqfpY3H— Jenny McCarthy (@JennyMcCarthy) June 27, 2014
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is "shocked" at the news of her former co-host Sherri Shepherd's departure from ABC's 'The View'.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who left ABC's The Viewlast year, told her Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy that she is "shocked" at the news of Sherri Shepherd's departure from the morning talk show, as US Weekly reports.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck left The View last year.
The 37-year-old discussed her former The View co-host's departures on Friday (27th June) during Fox & Friends. Of Shepherd's departure from the show after seven years, Hasselbeck said "I was shocked, in some ways."
The retired TV journalist recalled being asked to dinner by the 84 year-old actor over three decades ago, but rejected him: "I said, 'No, I have to work.' You know, I don't mix business with pleasure."
Barbara Walters is confessing all since she is now retired.
The 84 year-old recently admitting to having a crush on Hollywood star Clint Eastwood that lasted for many years, and is still hoping that a chance of a romance between the pair will happen.
The revelation occurred when Walters appeared on Jimmy Fallon's 'Tonight Show' this past Wednesday night (June 11th).
The veteran television journalist will give away tapes, recordings and photographs, that span over her 50 year career, to the college she attended.
Barbara Walters is being very generous with her illustrious career.
Even though the iconic news caster is now retired from a regular TV role, she is making sure her years on the job stay alive.
Walters is donating archives from her journalist career, which includes tapes, documents, recordings and photos, to the Sara Lawrence College in Bronxville, N.Y., The Journal News reported.
The 84 year-old will bow out of hosting the daytime television show for good on May 16th.
Barbara Walters is leaving 'The View' hosting panel for good.
The 84 year-old announced her plans to retire from daytime television almost one year ago, and it is now time for her to start saying goodbye.
ABC announced on Monday that Walters' last appearance on 'The View', a talk-show she created with Bill Geddie in August 1997, will be on May 16th and the network will air a two-hour special about her entire illustrious career.
Continue reading: Barbara Walters Last Appearance On 'The View' Is Announced
Date of birth
25th September, 1929