Conan O'Brien is and Emmy-Award winning talk show host. Conan O'Brien is best known for NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien. Conan O'Brien videos and pictures available on Gossip Center. Conan will replace Jay Leno on the Tonight Show in June 2009
Back in the 1995, Martin Lawrence and Will Smith breathed new life into the classic cop drama genre with “Bad Boys” (“Bad Boys II” followed in 2003) and now it seems there’s a third movie in the works.
During his interview on “Conan,” Mr. Lawrence discussed the forthcoming flick with host Conan O’Brien in light of recent rumors.
Causing quite the stir in the Hollywood headlines on Monday (June 23), Conan O’Brien reportedly got slapped with a penalty from the IRS after missing nearly $8,000 in back taxes on his family’s home in Westerly, R.I.
Making sure to avoid an unnecessary drama, the LA-based comedian stated that he would have paid the IRS sooner if he knew there was an issue. Via a statement this afternoon, the "Conan" host told press, "As soon as I was made aware that the tax bill on my parents' house was being mailed to the wrong address, I paid the bill immediately. The problem has been corrected. I am grateful to the reporter at the Westerly Sun who spotted this error and notified me."
There’s been all kinds of action as part of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil over the past few days, and our favorite stars were apparently tuned in to see Team USA defeat Ghana on Monday night (June 16), with plenty of Twitter action afterwards.
With the arrival of social media, there’s no longer any barrier between our favorite celebrities and their adoring fans, and last night (April 13) there were plenty of posts from the 2014 MTV Movie Awards.
Zac Efron added some shots to his Instagram account with the message, "What a crazy night! Thanks to all the fans who made it possible! #mtv #MovieAwards,” while Jessica Alba included Mr. Efron in her own post, "W these #stunnaz @ritaora #zacefron #mtvmovieawards #sincityadametokillfor #abs.”
The late night host made it his mission to break the celeb cameo record for the annual award show and blew it out of the park by featuring a number of famous faces including Seth Rogen, Andy Samberg, Elijah Wood, Sarah Silverman, Jessica Alba, Ashton Kutcher, Lupita Nyong'o, Taylor Swift and the cast of "Noah" in a pre-taped segment that aired before his monologue tonight (April 13).