Last night, Elizabeth Banks visited Chelsea Lately to discuss how she is frequently confused with Chelsea, and to discuss her new movie Our Idiot Brother.
Betty White joined Jimmy Kimmel Live! to discuss endangered animals and her new hidden-camera television show, Off Their Rockers.
Also on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Robert Rodriguez appeared to discuss Spy Kids 4D, his children's unusual names, and Steven Seagal's intimidating advice.
Last night, Snooki visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to talk about her disappointment with Italy and her next book.
Joel McHale stopped by The Tonight Show to talk about his new idea for a restaurant, waking up Chevy Chase from hibernation, strange addictions, and the new Spy Kids 4D movie.
Jesse Eisenberg appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to his mother's profession as a clown and weaning himself off television.
Aziz Ansari showed up on Conan to talk about hanging out at Whole Foods, his friend's macaroni and cheese fetish, and his hatred for Sixteen and Pregnant.
Last night, Jesse Eisenberg stopped by The Tonight Show to talk about his various car accidents, his unappreciated travails through Poland, and how his Social Network role has led to confusion about his identity.
Jessica Alba visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! to talk about working with Robert Rodriguez and the dangers of the fourth dimension.
James Franco appeared on Conan to talk about the time he fell asleep while flying a plane and to discuss his appreciation for the "exotic" arts.
Finally, Katie Holmes showed up on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to reminisce about her SNL hosting gig and to discuss her hobby of dancing and driving.
Perez Hilton, that paragon of subtlety and understatement, has gotten hold of a clip from What's Your Number?, the much-buzzed-about Anna Faris rom-com, that purports to feature a "COMPLETELY NAKED!!!" (emphasis his) Chris Evans. Check out the footage yourself and tell us if you think the Captain America star qualifies as "COMPLETELY NAKED!!!":
Calling that "completely naked" is an insult to actors like Ewan McGregor and Harvey Keitel, men who have devoted their careers to seeing their naughty bits displayed on celluloid. That said, we still have high hopes for What's Your Number?, which is said to reach Bridesmaids levels of hilarity.
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Aziz Ansari visited Jimmy Kimmel Live to discuss his first co-starring role in a feature film and to compare his value of iPhones to babies.
Piers Morgan joined Conan to discuss phone hacking and his less-than-friendly relationship with Heather Mills.
Chef Gordon Ramsay and Jay Leno cooked a capellini arraibiata on The Tonight Show... it's an interesting process.
Finally, Rudy Giuliani showed up on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to talk about his take-down of the Mafia.
Colin Farrell appeared on The Late Show to talk about his trip to the Grand Canyon.
Ryan Reynolds showed up on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to share some dirt on his The Change-Up costar Jason Bateman (as revenge for the night before).
Jason Bateman himself visited Conan to discuss the long-awaited Arrested Development movie.
Finally, Jeremy Piven spoke to Jimmy Kimmel about his poor relationship with technology.
James Franco visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night to offer Jimmy a hot air balloon ride, and then point out the host's faux-pas.
Jason Bateman stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to share some interesting facts about Ryan Reynolds.
Olivia Wilde appeared on Conan to discuss some awkward encounters, and her contribution to the The Change-Up script.
Finally, Emma Stone appeared on The Late Show to tell Letterman about her meeting with Michelle Obama.
When it was announced that Rachel Zoe was going to have a child, it went without saying that everyone knew this child would be living the fashion high life right from the womb. When your mother is a fashion goddess and dresses celebs such as Nicole Richie, Kate Hudson, and Cameron Diaz, it's expected that your wardrobe would bring even Tim Gunn to tears of jealousy. That being said, there is such a thing as going overboard -- even by Hollywood's standards. When it comes to dressing her four-month-old son, Skyler, Zoe is sparing no expense.
During a Wednesday appearance on Nightline, 39-year-old stylist took ABC's Juju Chang on a tour of her son's walk-in closet. The kid can't even crawl yet and he's got a walk-in closet....life is not fair. Baby Skyler is already the proud owner of a $1,160 Gucci bomber jacket along with a shoe collection worth $3,700, which includes a $150 pair of Tod's loafers. The kid also uses a $1,400 Hermes blanket to catch his spit up while sleeping in his $914 crib. Other pricey items in the nursery include a giant stuffed giraffe ($163), a silver piggy bank ($1,355) and $78,000 worth of designer clothing, all totally up to a staggering $87,000. Again, I feel compelled to remind you that this child is 4 months old.
Even with her son's vastly growing wardrobe, Zoe comments that boys fashion is disappointing compared to girls fashion and says "Let me tell you there's going to be a lot of boys clothes in my line." I can't even fathom how many clothes this boy is going to go through by the time he reaches the age of 5. Rachel may claim that her views on life have changed with the birth of her child, but fashion is still playing an excessive role in her life. She's projecting one obsession on a new-born obsession. For a glimpse at the style guru's new outlook on life and Skyler's outrageous wardrobe, check out the video below:
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Lady Gaga visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! (dressed notably, of course) to discuss her sense of style, recording her album on buses, and how to properly prepare meat.
Beyonce appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to discuss the making of her new album and her visit to the Great Wall of China.
Matt LeBlanc stopped by the Tonight Show to talk to Jay Leno with his Emmy nominations for Episodes, his mother's reaction to the news, and his competition in the running.
Finally, Louis C.K. graced the Late Show set to share a fantastic comedy bit with David Letterman and the audience.
Neil Patrick Harris and Jimmy Fallon teamed up on Late Night to win in an intense game of charades.
Olivia Wilde visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! to share scary stories about her house, which is haunted...by the Jonas Brothers.
Entourage's Kevin Connolly stopped by Conan to discuss pioneering the first Spray Tan Party.
Finally, Chris Tucker stepped onto the Tonight Show set to talk to Jay Leno about his revived standup career, and to share a few jokes with the audience.