Now that he’s the host of ‘The Tonight Show’, Jimmy Fallon collects on his $100 bet with friends who said he would never host the show, including Robert De Niro, Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Mike Tyson, Tina Fey, Joe Namath and a bucket wielding Stephen Colbert (02:50 – 03:20).
Malin Akerman, Stephen Amell, Wayne Brady, Stephen Colbert, Chris Colfer, Lucy Hale, Matt LeBlanc, Stana Katic, Heidi Klum, Ross Mathews, Joseph Morgan, Meghan Ory, Ian Ziering, the coaches from “The Voice” and many more are scheduled to appear at THE 40TH ANNUAL PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS, to be broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, Wednesday, Jan. 8 (9:00-11:00 PM, live ET/delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network. Hosted by Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, stars of the CBS comedy 2 Broke Girls, the live show will feature previously announced performances by Sara Bareilles, OneRepublic and Brad Paisley.
The Live Red Carpet Arrivals Show will stream on www.PeoplesChoice.com, the official website for THE 40TH ANNUAL PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS, and www.CBS.com. Fandango Chief Correspondent Dave Karger will co-host with entertainment news correspondent SuChin Pak and fashion expert Tim Gunn from outside the Nokia Theatre, L.A. Live on Wednesday, Jan. 8 (8:00 PM, ET/5:00 PM, PT). During the live web cast, the hosts will hand out the first awards of the night, interview fan favorites in movies, music and TV and highlight the fashion trends as stars arrive on the red carpet.
Stephen Colbert gave a surprise appearance at Marrington Middle School of the Arts on Monday, October 14th. At the invitation of his brother John who teaches 8th grade SC History at the school. The host of the Colbert Report entertained the children with stories of his childhood, answered questions and spoke on the value of arts in education.
The eighth grade was introduced to him by Principal James Spencer in a way that caused the children to expect their history teacher. Their squeals of delight rewarded the celebrity as he entered. The school was gracious and made the experience memorable for all who attended the gathering in the cafeteria.
Stephen then visited the fine arts classes before he had to leave to catch his flight back to New York. Thank you Stephen for an exciting and inspirational morning.