Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney and Julia Roberts are also scheduled as guests for next week’s shows.
Bill Clinton will make his 10th and final ‘Late Show’ appearance on Tuesday night as the former President joins the growing number of high profile guests bidding farewell to long time host David Letterman. After over 6,000 episodes of the talk show Letterman will step down as host later this month as Stephen Colbert takes over hosting duties.
David Letterman's time a 'The Late Show' host is nearly up.
The former President will be joined by comedian Adam Sandler on Tuesday night’s edition, while Howard Stern and Don Rickles will appear on Monday. Wednesday sees actress Julia Roberts along with musical guest Ryan Adams, followed by George Clooney and Tom Waits on Thursday. On Friday night Letterman will be joined by Oprah Winfrey and Canadian comic Norm MacDonald.
Larry Wilmore, Bill Clinton, Maria Alekhina, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Paul Farmer - The Clinton Global Initiative University - Fast Forward: Accelerating Opportunity for All held at the BankUnited Center at BankUnited Center - Coral Gables, Florida, United States - Saturday 7th March 2015
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Maria Alekhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot - The Clinton Global Initiative University - Fast Forward: Accelerating Opportunity for All at BankUnited Center - CORAL GABLES, Florida, United States - Saturday 7th March 2015
Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton - Clinton Global Initiative University - Fast Forward: Accelerating Opportunity for All at BankUnited Center - Coral Gables, Florida, United States - Friday 6th March 2015
Bill Clinton, Tawakkol Karman, America Ferrera, Paul Lorem and Vivek Murthy - The Clinton Global Initiative University - Fast Forward: Accelerating Opportunity for All at BankUnited Center - Coral Gables, Florida, United States - Friday 6th March 2015
A documentary about Bill Clinton, directed by Martin Scorsese, has reportedly been shelved following disagreements between Clinton and Scorsese.
A HBO documentary, directed by Martin Scorsese, about former US President Bill Clinton has stalled. Sources close to the project claim there have been disagreements between Scorsese and Clinton over control of content.
Bill Clinton photographed in 2013 at a campaign event for President Obama.
Martin Scorsese will no longer direct the planned Bill Clinton documentary for HBO.
Martin Scorsese has scrapped his half-finished Bill Clinton documentary over disagreements about control, people brief on the project told the New York Times. The movie was intended to be released to coincide with Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential run.
Martin Scorsese has no plans to finish Bill Clinton documentary after an apparent disagreement
Parts of the movie were shot over the last two years, notably when Mr Clinton made a philanthropic visit to Africa, however, it has now been shelved indefinitely because the former President insisted on more control over the interview questions and the final version. It was more than Mr Scorsese was prepared to give and the project hit a wall.
Continue reading: Martin Scorsese Scraps Bill Clinton Documentary over Demands
During the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative in New York's Time-Life Building, Bill Clinton addressed questions about how the digital era has affected the initiative, with things like crowd funding and 3D printing making huge leaps forward in what can be achieved. He then posed for a selfie.
The Time-Life Building in New York City was the sight of the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative. During the annual meeting, Chelsea Clinton was seen arriving with her parents, Bill and Hilary Clinton. Chelsea Clinton was seen giving a speech about the need for action toward the Ebola Crisis, as well as thanking CGI members but advising that more help would be needed in the future.
A flurry of concert tickets for the X-rated shows appear online.
Miley Cyrus has bit hit with calls to cancel her controversial Bangerz tour after scores of parents complained that her shows were too explicit for their children to be attending. The Disney star-turned pop rebel has been using shock tactics for months to gain notoriety and what previously raised a few eyebrows has apparently evolved into stunts provoking outrage and concern.
Miley Cyrus' 'Bangerz' Tour Shows Have Drawn Complaints From Concerned Parents.
The 21 year-old's tour to promote her latest album, Bangerz, kicked off in Vancouver and shocking details from the show leaked out right from the off. Shots and videos from the shows quickly spread around the internet with many voicing their distaste for the raunchy choreography and revealing outfits.
Yikes! Miley made sure every is talking about her new Bangerz tour.
Miley Cyrus has kicked off her long-awaited tour to support her latest album, Bangerz, and as expected, it's a total circus. One onstage event in particular has drawn the usual crowd of haters and lovers as Miley makes sure all eyes are on her whilst she tours the world.
The Start Of Miley Cyrus' 'Bangerz' Tour Has Been Accompanied By The Usual Controversy Miley Invites.
The Bangerz tour began in Vancouver where she - and let's see if we can put this politely - mimed a "Monica Lewinsky" on an actor pretending to be the former US president, Bill Clinton. Yes siree, Miley held her mic in a provocative manner next to the Clinton crotch whilst she...y'know. All the while, she was surrounded by her usual band of twerking and grinding dancers, who were in this instance, dressed in red, white and blue patriotic attire.
Continue reading: Miley Cyrus Fakes Oral On Bill Clinton Actor As Bangerz Tour Kicks Off
The actress has branded reports that she had an affair with former US preside "ludicrously silly."
Liz Hurley has spoken out to defend herself against claims that she and the former US president Bill Clinton had an affair in the nineties. The Bedazzled actress has taken to Twitter to fiercely deny the stories, tweeting "Ludicrously silly stories about me & Bill Clinton. Totally untrue. In the hands of my lawyers. Yawn."
Liz Hurley Has Strongly Denied That She Had An Affair With The Then-President, Bill Clinton.
Egging his neighbours isn't the only thing Justin Bieber has been up to. Here are our top ten worst antics from the teen star.
Everyone remembers the teenage heartthrob that loved his mother, stood firm behind his Christian faith and sang that cute, though annoying, song about trying to keep a girl interested. However, that heartthrob has decided that his 'Baby' faced image just isn't what he wants anymore and appears to have made every effort to try and embody that badass megastar status that many young starlets so desperately crave.
Justin Bieber is failing, however. Instead, he has just about managed to act a few years younger than his 19-year-self, and succeeded in infuriating just about every non-Belieber on the planet (the fans remain firm behind him). And so, we present you a small snippet of just what Bieber's been doing to hack everyone off.
He's no angel
Continue reading: Justin Bieber's 10 Worst Moments
Funnyman Arsenio Hall is ready to reclaim his title as the king of late night chat with his new show for syndicated TV.
Arsenio Hall is back! It's been 19 years since the comic last dominated the late night viewing slot with his popular combination of chat and music and after a hiatus lasting nearly two decades, he is back to reclaim his place among the elites of the chat show circuit.
Arsenio Hall is back on late night TV
The 57-year-old former TV regular, whose late night shows famously included a sax-playing Bill Clinton and Magic Johnson's revelation that he suffers from the AIDs virus, will get a second chance at becoming a talk show mainstay again this Monday, 9 September, when he begins his run on The Arsenio Hall Show on syndicated television. It's been a lengthy stay away from the front of a camera, but it is a break that Arsenio has no regrets over and one that he feels he can return from with a bang.
Continue reading: Arsenio Hall Finally Returns To Late Night Chat After 19 Years Away