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Kanye West is set to discuss his battle with bipolar disorder in an episode of David Letterman’s talk show “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.” The 41-year-old rapper will appear on season two the Netflix show — which launches on May 31 — where he will talk about his mental health, especially his struggle with bipolar,…

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David Letterman entered the homes of his viewers for more than 30 years as host of “Late Night” and “Late Show.” He’s now hosting a Netflix-original talk show, “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.” The TV legend will bring to the show global influencers who intrigue him for 60-minute in-depth conversations. The interviews take place both indoor and…

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Aziz Ansari tackled the weighty issue of feminism in a fairly simple way this week. During his recent appearance on “The Late Show,” the comic gave a pretty simple explanation for how to determine if one is a feminist or not.

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Stephen Colbert replacing David Letterman  Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert has just been announced as the replacement for David Letterman on “The Late Show.” CBS released a statement today, Thursday, April 10, confirming that the job would go to Colbert. “Stephen Colbert, the host, writer and executive producer of the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning “The Colbert Report,”…

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Baby Boomers across America are giddy this week, as numerous events and appearances are planning in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ legendary appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. But, with all of the nostalgia and tributes, there is a factor that is being ignored as it pertains to the Beatles and their legacy.

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It’s no secret that many celebrities struggle on their way to the top. Surprisingly however, some of the most successful stars of our time, found themselves not just broke but flat out homeless. Click to continue viewing seven celebrities who truly fought their way to the top! Some of them may surprise you! – ruthie…

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When celebrities are caught red handed, it is heard around the world. Held in such high esteem, it’s sometimes hard to believe that our idols could do any wrong. But alas, celebrities are human, and they do make mistakes. Click to continue for celebrities who brought the saying “what is done in the dark always…

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It’s considered an essential rite of passage for our nation’s biggest stars to sit down for a tell-all interview with Queen of all Media, Oprah Winfrey. And, although most stars are more than happy about the power boost such an interview brings, a few are left with a sour taste in their mouths. Unfortunately, for…

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