Jennifer Lawrence visited The Late Show in NYC yesterday. The Silver Linings Playbook Golden Globes winner spoke about her controversial "I beat Meryl!" line, which is actually a quote from The First Wives Club, and spoke about her introduction to acting as a child. Turns out, Jennifer got practice with her craft by lying.
As we fly towards Christmas, the celebrity events are all slowing down, allowing our favourite stars some time to spend with their families and loved ones. But don't let that fool you — many stars were still out in force this week! Hugh Jackman, Eddie Redmayne, Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried continued their hectic press tour schedule with another Les Misérables event in Los Angeles — lucky they all like each other so much! Elsewhere, Aussie singer (and star of film The Sapphires) Jessica Mauboy represented at the Dubai International Film Festival, Taylor Swift and Harry Styles kept each other company at a tattoo parlour, and one gorgeous celebrity announced her pregnancy. Then there was Miss Universe — USA may have taken the crown, but Miss Universe Australia Renae Ayris did us proud when she placed third runner-up. There's much more to see. . . click through the gallery to catch up!
Channing Tatum arrived at the Late Show studios in NYC on Wednesday afternoon. He arrived in a casual shirt, and later exited decked out in a suit ready to sign autographs for fans. Channing's on the East Coast making a final promotional push before his latest feature, Magic Mike, hits cinemas on July 26. The film loosely tells the tale of his young days as a stripper.
Channing chatted with David Letterman about the movie, his dancing, and working with Matthew McConaughey. Dave coaxed Channing into doing his best Matthew McConaughey impression, which included Matthew's catch phrase, "Alright, alright, alright." Matthew and Channing struck up a friendship while shooting the Steven Soderbergh-directed film and even visited a New Orleans male strip club together.
Robert Pattinson was on The Late Show With David Letterman in NYC last night to chat about Breaking Dawn Part 1 and much more. The actor talked about his plans for after the Twilight series and revealed why he got into acting in the first place — instead of sports, Robert signed up for drama class to meet girls! Robert also told David about how fans of his movies aren't just young girls but ladies of all ages. Check out Robert's cute interview!
Rose Byrne rocked up to The Late Show with David Letterman earlier this week to catch up with the host and talk about her role on The Place Beyond the Pines. Looking gorgeous in a green leopard print dress, the actress told Dave that the movie was shooting in Schenectady, New York, and then challenged him to spell out the letters of the city. Dave turned their interview into a mini spelling bee and asked Rose to spell Indianapolis — something the Aussie struggled with, just a bit! She also mentioned that excited female fans come to the set of the movie to try and get a glimpse of her hot co-stars Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper.
Ashton Kutcher's Two and a Half Men debut is just a few weeks away, but until now we've never had the details on how he came about taking the role. As it turns out, Ashton had casually mentioned what a great gig it was, and it soon turned into a job offer! Watch as he talks about initially being nervous about getting involved in all of the drama surrounding the show, and calls Charlie Sheen a "lingual genius."
Last night, Emma Stone talked to David Letterman about her first visit to the White House when she attended a screening of her new film The Help with First Lady Michelle Obama. Although Emma said it was incredible to meet Mrs. Obama, she was incredibly nervous because she hates watching herself on screen. Unfortunately, she was requested by the first lady to stay through the film, so she couldn't say no. Watch Emma share the story and tell Letterman what would have made the movie more bearable!
Ryan Gosling swung by The Late Show in NYC last night to chat about his upcoming comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love. Conversation veered back to Ryan's start in the Mickey Mouse Club, as well as his 2007 Oscar nomination for his role in Half Nelson. Ryan recalled that at the ceremony, his fellow nominee, the legendary actor Peter O'Toole, actually put the moves on his sister. Brotherly love made Ryan a little defensive — check out the story below!
During and following the months of Charlie Sheen’s meltdown, his Two and a Half Men co-star Jon Cryer hardly spoke out about the topic. He did respond when Charlie called him a “troll,” but even then his appearance on Conan O’Brien’s show in March was mostly humorous and didn’t focus on Charlie’s issues. On Wednesday night Jon taped an interview with David Letterman on The Late Show, where the topic of Charlie was inevitably brought up. Jon explained how nobody on the show was prepared for Charlie’s actions, especially since the whole situation was unprecedented, but added, “I love him, he’s a great friend.” When David said, “He called you names — he called you a troll,” Jon replied, “As friends do.” (You’ve gotta admire how he’s handled this whole situation.) He also spoke about how quickly the Ashton Kutcher casting came about and what Ashton loves about private planes. Check it out!
Memo to all talk show hosts: keep your notes away from Lady Gaga and don’t accuse her of lying! It’s something David Letterman learned the hard way after he asked the star about whether she ate Barbie dolls’ heads during her concerts. When she said, “Yes, all the time,” he responded with, “No, that’s not true,” which led Lady Gaga to snatch his notes, rip them up, and put some papaer in her mouth! It’s her first time on The Late Show and it ties in with the release of her album Born This Way, which came out yesterday in Australia.