James Corden's been in the late slot after Letterman for about a week now.
And he's making a bit of a splash.
This week, he had soccer star David Beckham as a guest on , and they took the opportunity to debut a new clothing line. The Late Late Show
A new underclothing line, to be precise.
You'd think more people would be taking shots at The Biebs and his Calvin Klein ads...
The Kardashians are frequently known for taking what others do and trying to top it.
This newest one has me scratching my head though.
You've heard of breastfeeding selfies, right?
Giselle Bunchchen started the trend, posting pictures of herself feeding her children.
And Alyssa Milano has kept the trend alive.
They're called "brelfies."
Now, Kourtney is posting pictures of her using breast pumps to express her breast milk to feed her child later.
So what do we call these types of pictures? Pumpies?
Did you catch this one?
A radio station in Sydney, Australia had already arranged an $80,000 dream wedding for a local couple after the unemployed groom wrote to talk about their need to postpone their wedding due to personal and financial hardship.
Everything taken care of, down to the last detail.
So when a somewhat familiar wedding singer showed up, no one should have been surprised, right?
Surprised they were when Ed Sheeran walked in, strapped on his guitar and played "Thinking Out Loud," the song the couple had chosen for their first dance.
And it's good to know Ed's got something to fall back on in case this recording thing falls through...
Jeff Fieren's a photographer from Nova Scotia who's been known to dabble in dioramas using only Lego building blocks and other lego items.
Seems like maybe he's got some spare time on his hands - maybe a lot of it.
Check out his website. He's built dioramas of each of the 50 United States.
Some are dead on: dancing girls in Nevada; folks attending a big football game in Alabama; and the Wright Brothers in North Carolina.
But others will have you scratching your head: a merry-go-round and funnel cake stand for New Jersey; two guys on swings for Ohio; and a roadway sign saying "Welcome to Delaware" immediately followed by one saying "Thanks for visiting."
Come on, guys. We all know that's a Rhode Island joke.
Despite being a guy who chooses to write books that are over 1000 pages long, Stephen King can be short, sweet and to the point at times.
Take for instance his reaction to Indiana's controversial new Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
He's not a fan, and he puts it in a very simple light.
No novel, no novella, not even a short story needed here.
The general manager of the NFL's Cleveland Browns has been suspended for four games without pay and fined $250,000.
For texting to on-field personnel during games.
That's a serious wrist slap right there.
A lot tougher than the NFL's former "Give Me That Phone You'll Get It Back At The End of The Game" policy...
It seems like the roast that would never end, but the Comedy Central roast of Justin Bieber finally aired last night.
The folks at ABC News provide a two-minute summary on this morning's "The Skinny."
Check it out for a clean breakdown of the show.
If you believe the clips, it looks like the Biebs had some of the best lines of the night.
NBC announced plans to produce another live musical right around Thanksgiving.
Two years ago, it was starring Carrie Underwood. Sound of Music
Last year, it was starring Alison Williams. Peter Pan
This year, it's . The Wiz
Right. . The urban twist on the classic The Wiz Wizard of Oz.
Debuted on Broadway in the mid-70s, Turned into a movie in 1978, starring Michael Jackson as the Scarecrow, and Richard Pryor as the Wiz.
Not exactly a classic.
But, it will be the third installment in NBC's franchise - for lack of a better term.
Already, suggestions are being made for the casting.
Beyonce as Glinda. Pharrell as the Tin Man.
Not seeing Kanye mentioned anywhere - but he'll trying to pick up an Emmy for it anyway...
Meanwhile, here's a sampling of the King of Pope as the Scarecrow.
Here's a head-scratcher: some scientists in England have found a way to kill the hospital superbug known as MRSA.
Great news, you say. How did they do it?
Simple. They cooked up a compound from a recipe found in a book about 1000 years old.
The book is called Bald's Leecbook, and the treatment is for styes.
Take cropleek and garlic, of both equal quantities, pound them well together… take wine and bullocks gall, mix with the leek… let it stand nine days in the brass vessel…
The scientists followed the directions and when they tested it, found that it had a 90% success rate in killing the bacteria generally blamed for MRSA.
This could turn into something.
Up next: applying strategies to current warfare. Game of Thrones
Step 1: get a dragon...
The folks at Disney have been busy turning cartoon characters into live-action characters.
We've had Maleficent, and most recently, Cinderella.
So why not take the same approach with Bambi?
Great idea, and played up perfectly by the folks at Saturday Night Live with a little help - okay, a lot of help - from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnston.
Check it out!