Courteney Cox stopped by David Letterman's 'Late Show' on Monday and addressed the million-dollar question: Will there be a 'Friends' movie any time soon? It's been about ten years since the NBC show wrapped up, but we're all still in love with the gang.
David Letterman announced his impending retirement this week, and it sent the television and comedy worlds into a frenzy. Who could possibly fill the affable, occasional lothario's hefty shoes? No one. But we found quite a few ladies who could replace Letterman's shoes with stilettos and rock the heck out of a late night hosting gig. And believe us: It was extremely hard to narrow down to just five female comedians.
Cameron Diaz recently made a media splash after claiming that everyone will get cheated on at some point. While we think that's an extreme assumption, these cheaters are proving that she may not be entirely incorrect.
On Sunday's episode of Oprah's Next Chapter, David Letterman opened up about the affair heard around the world. "I have no one to blame but myself," the 65-year-old Late Show With David Letterman host told Oprah Winfrey.
The show must go on! David Letterman wasn't afraid of Hurricane Sandy and decided to tape the show without an audience yesterday despite the bad weather. Cracking weather-related jokes throughout the show like 'I haven’t seen people soaked this badly since the Facebook IPO,' he was also joined by Denzel Washington!
What do Tiger Woods, Brett Favre, David Letterman and Oprah Winfrey all have in common? They all paid off people to keep their business private. But all the underage affairs, love children and who-knows-what-other-shenanigans are laid bare in this photo gallery by The Daily Beast.
The results are in: John Stewart is The Most Influential Man In The World. Yes, yes. We'd have to agree. But what about the others? According to AskMen's 2010 reader survey results, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Kanye West, Drew Brees, James Franco, Elon Musk Jose Mourinho, and Graydon Carter top out the list of modern manly man in 2010. Their standards? Who has made the biggest impact, and ultimately, shaped what it means to be a man? That's all well and good, but we decided to re-rank the men based on "The Dateable Index," in other words, the top 49 men we are lusting after this year. But for us, the question is more simple: Who would you rather? In that sense, YourTango has created "The Datability Index." Here, we've evaluated the eligible (or, um, eligible-in-our-minds) fellows on their pretty faces, their current career power, whether or not they've managed to lock down a lovely woman whom we envy, and how often we see them photographed holding fat, adorable babies. The verdict is the AskMen Top 49 Most Influential Men of 2010, in the appropriate order—who would you do order, obviously.
Despite Star magazine's report late yesterday that Bret Michaels had proposed to his longtime on-and-off girlfriend and the mother of his two daughters, Kristi Lynn Gibson, Bret says the news is not true and that he and Kristi are committed but have no plans to marry.
Workplace romances are hardly uncommon. After all, you're probably clocking in more hours at the office than at home. It's easy to develop close on-the-job relationships that can take a romantic turn. But what often starts as a titillating romp in the supply room can quickly turn into a train wreck, endangering your career and your future. Are you willing to chance it? If so, you're not alone. Celebrities, politicians and high powered executives have been known to risk everything for an on-the-job fling.
Just recently, the New York Post ran a piece in which many former staffers dished on David Letterman, painting the picture of a guy with supercharged "sexual electricity." Regina Lasko is really no different from these other ladies, considering that she also used to work for Dave and began dating him while he had a serious girlfriend. And not to say that she still can't be hurt by his infidelity, but as someone who was once "the other woman," is it fair for her to hold a grudge against Dave for too long?
Lost in the scrum of the current late-night war is an indisputable fact: We like to fall asleep watching TV, and when we do, we'd like to be looking at someone we can fantasize about sleeping with. So in the battle of late night, which host is the lady-killing winner?
Over the last ten years, we've watched our favorite celebs hook up, break up, break down, flip out, and start over. With all of its love triangles, legal battles, family dramas, and political scandals, the "Naughties" certainly earned its wicked name!
Tiger Woods recently blew the public's image of him as a squeaky-clean "good guy" by admitting that he's cheated on his wife Elin. While we're usually not too surprised when rich and famous men have affairs, there have been a few fellas whose unfaithful ways we never saw coming. 1. David Letterman - The late night funnyman was never really the subject of tabloid fodder, and he was never exactly a sex symbol. So with a wife and young son at home—and a new lease on life some years after having heart surgery—we were astounded to discover that he had fooled around with a former assistant. 2. Brad Pitt - When Brad married Jennifer Aniston, it was like the celeb world equivalent of the football captain marrying the prom queen. They were America's sweethearts, so when we learned that Brad was sneaking around on Jen with his Mr. and Mrs. Smith co-star, Angelina Jolie (the "girl who smokes behind the bleachers"), our collective heart broke for our favorite Friend. And Brad found himself tossed off a lot of "sexy" lists.