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See How Michael Cera Pranked Sundance Film Festival in 2013

Actor asked a friend to ply him with awkward questions

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Funnyman Michael Cera dropped by the Late Show with David Letterman on Monday and revealed how he pranked the audience at a Sundance Film Festival Q&A in 2013.

While at the festival promoting his movie Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus, Cera asked a friend in the crowd to ask two specific questions during the Q&A. “The first part is when is the last time you saw your son Amos, and the second part is if you’re so sure he’s not your son why won’t you take the DNA test?” Cera explained.

According to Cera, the audience went silent and he responded by asking that the fans stick to questions about the movie. Letterman joked that Cera should be “banned for life” from Sundance after pulling that prank.

TIME Television

See What’s Next For Jennifer Lopez’s Love Life

The 45-year-old actress told Chelsea Handler, "I need to plan better"

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Jennifer Lopez opened up about her relationship life on Chelsea Lately Thursday. Lopez told outgoing E! host Chelsea Handler, “I don’t really plan things out” when referring to her love life. Lopez also confirmed her status as being single, despite the rumors that she may be back together with her actor ex-boyfriend Casper Smart.

Prior to her relationship with Smart, Lopez was married to musical artist and television producer Marc Anthony. Lopez told People in May in an article about her divorce that she “went through a tremendous low, but I wouldn’t change anything [about my past] because it made me who I am.”

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Watch Jimmy Fallon Give Jared Leto an Unexpected Trim

The Tonight Show transforms into a barber shop

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Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon happened to have an electric trimmer when actor Jared Leto stopped by on Wednesday. Leto, who left a bit less scruffy, said during the segment that Fallon was “pretty good” at trimming beards.

Leto, who is touring with his band 30 Seconds To Mars as it promotes a new single, admitted during the show that he had been growing his beard out since the Academy Awards in March, when he won an Oscar for his supporting role in Dallas Buyers Club.

TIME Television

Watch David Letterman Pay Tribute to Robin Williams on Late Show

"I had no idea the man was in pain"

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David Letterman returned to the Late Show on Monday and paid tribute to his friend, the late Robin Williams, who had died while the show was on a summer break.

Letterman had known Williams for 38 years. They met at the the Comedy Store in West Hollywood, where Letterman says he watched Williams’ first set at the club.

During his tribute, Letterman lamented Williams’ passing and his depression. “I had no idea that the man was in pain, that the man was suffering,” he said.

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Watch Sylvester Stallone Talk About His Old Rivalry With Arnold Schwarzenegger

Who wouldn't pay to see that fight?

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On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, actor Sylvester Stallone talked about his old rivalry with actor and politician Arnold Schwarzenegger. “I think he’s brilliant… but I want to strangle him,” Stallone said.

Although the two may have butted heads in the past, Stallone and Schwarzenegger have starred in several films together including The Escape Plan and The Expendables. Their most recent film together, The Expendables 3, is now in theaters.

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Watch: Taylor Swift Nerds Out With Jimmy Fallon

Swift plays a 13-year-old with a Band-Aid collection

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Taylor Swift went on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night and did not hold back, unleashing her inner nerd during one of Fallon’s signature sketches.

Fallon plays sassy pre-teen Sara (with no “h”), who hosts the segment “Ew.” Swift plays his guest, 13-year-old Natalie, who has a Band-Aid collection. This was far from Swift’s first time showing off her nerdy side, as evidenced by her music video for “You Belong With Me.”

The music superstar is set to perform at the Video Music Awards on Sunday, Aug. 24.

TIME Television

Watch Late Night Hosts Pay Tribute to Robin Williams

Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers and Conan O'Brien remember the late comedian during their shows

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Late night hosts including Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers addressed the death of Robin Williams Tuesday night. Tonight Show host Fallon, near tears, said, “He was one of a kind. He was one in a million.” Meyers took a moment to express his condolences to Williams’ family on his show, Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Late night host Conan O’Brien earlier broke the news to his audience during the taping of his show Monday night. He told his audience Tuesday night, “What I think a lot of people don’t know…is how crazily generous– he was so generous.”

TIME Television

Watch Jimmy Fallon and Megan Fox’s All-Star Pictionary Game

It wasn't a draw

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Megan Fox and Nick Cannon faced off against Jimmy Fallon and Wiz Khalifa in a game of Pictionary Wednesday on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon. “Aliens,” “dancing” and “selfies” were just some of the guesses that were shouted out.

Fox was on the show to plug her role in the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, in which she plays April, a reporter who works with the classic mutant reptiles. Nick Cannon, on the other hand, is working on his producing jobs, including Drumline 2: A New Beat, which is now in post-production.

TIME Television

Daniel Radcliffe Talks ‘Normal Human’ Movie Roles on Late Night

Does this mean no more Harry Potter jokes?

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Daniel Radcliffe (also known as The Boy Who Lived by Harry Potter fans) appeared on Late Night Tuesday to talk about his role in What If. The film, shockingly normal by Radcliffe’s standards, is a romantic comedy where Radcliffe plays a young man named Wallace who’s had trouble finding love in the past. When he meets a girl who could be “the one,” he finds out that she’s living with her long-time boyfriend.

Radcliffe, known for playing more dramatic and fantastical roles, said in the interview, “I think, doing a film where I at no point have to save a dying child, or have a breakdown, or get covered in blood was really nice.”

TIME Television

Watch Jimmy Kimmel Challenge Kim Kardashian to a Diaper-Changing Contest

"Cue the western showdown music"

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Keeping up with the Kardashians star Kim Kardashian appeared as a guest Monday on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and revealed an unlikely obsession: changing diapers. The natural response? A diaper changing contest, of course.

Kardashian, the recent mother of the famed baby North West, and Kimmel, a father of three, faced off with diapers and dolls in a race against time to see who could change the most diapers. See who took home the trophy—the results may surprise you.

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