1. BTS To Guest On “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”  soompi
  2. William Barr Pulls A No Show On Congress  The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
  3. BTS will be on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' for their next global schedule!  allkpop
  4. Stephen Colbert and Chris Cuomo get sweaty in their pursuit of the truth on The Late Show  The A.V. Club
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BTS’s appearance on another U.S. television program has been confirmed! Stephen Colbert announced during his show on May 2 (local time) that BTS will be visiting the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City for “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Stephen Colbert has a SUPER(group)-sized announcement! The biggest boyband in the world @BTS_bighit is headedBTS’s appearance on another U.S. television program has been confirmed! Stephen Colbert announced during his show on May 2 (local time) that BTS will be visiting the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City for “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Stephen Colbert has a SUPER(group)-sized announcement! The biggest boyband in the world @BTS_bighit is headed

It looks like BTS's next global promotion schedule has just been announced!On May 2, talk-show host Stephen Colbert revealed via SNS, "Stephe…It looks like BTS's next global promotion schedule has just been announced!On May 2, talk-show host Stephen Colbert revealed via SNS, "Stephe…

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“Des Moines. Still tix left on the late show. Get them here. https://t.co/WKJzXnWCcS”

Chris D'Elia on Twitter: "Des Moines. Still tix left on the late show. Get them here. https://t.co/WKJzXnWCcS"

“The Colbert show called me to do a bit but we have a Thursday matinee and I only work in Yiddish anyway”

Jackie Hoffman on Twitter: "The Colbert show called me to do a bit but we have a Thursday matinee and I only work in Yiddish anyway"

““I was gonna ride it onstage for the late show but I don’t have to” Me to ⁦@Folgers66⁩ as to him being able to take the piñata and fill it with mini cards and gifts for his anniversary.”

t.j. miller on Twitter: "“I was gonna ride it onstage for the late show but I don’t have to” Me to ⁦@Folgers66⁩ as to him being able to take the piñata and fill it with mini cards and gifts for his anniversary.… https://t.co/jiCioNBctr"

“Run, don't walk! Get your tickets now for the late show at The Sands Bethlehem on May 4th. https://t.co/xSJ3IDQ3aD https://t.co/dnSiMNU7ga”

jim jefferies on Twitter: "Run, don't walk! Get your tickets now for the late show at The Sands Bethlehem on May 4th. https://t.co/xSJ3IDQ3aD… "

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Chris Cuomo began his appearance on Thursday's Late Show by lifting Stephen Colbert and then explaining his CNN catchphrase: "Get after it." It's his life philosophy, Cuomo said, and a recognition that this is not a time to passively interview officials. Colbert asked him if he expects to persuade people to change their point of view, given America's remarkably fixed opinions on Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Russian election interference, and everything else to do with President Trump, not to mention Trump's own poll numbers. Cuomo said he doesn't care what his viewers think, so long as they think, and then he laid out his theory on Trump's historically narrow polling range: "The intractability of the numbers where the president is involved I don't think is about the American people. I think it's about the expectations ... over time, the erosion of what people expect from public servants." Cuomo explained that his father was New York's governor and his brother has that job now. "So I see that people in public service see the beauty in it," he said. "But we don't feel that anymore. I think that's why people forgive so much in this president. They don't expect better. ... That's why I think the numbers don't move. They can't be shocked, there is no sense of shame about what happens in public service. But we also don't reward virtue anymore. We have two parties that win by attacking the other, and that's a problem." "Why didn't you go into the family business?" Colbert asked. "Well, the main reason is because I don't like it," Cuomo said. He added that he wished his brother, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), would quit politics, enjoy his life, "and not worry about people like me, and these jackals that chase around politicians." They ended with a pushup contest. Watch below. Peter Weber

CNN's Chris Cuomo tells Stephen Colbert why he thinks Trump's poll numbers never move

Chris Cuomo began his appearance on Thursday's Late Show by lifting Stephen Colbert and then explaining his CNN catchphrase: "Get after it." It's his life philosophy, Cuomo said, and a recognition that this is not a time to passively interview officials. Colbert asked him if he expects to persuade people to change their point of view, given America's remarkably fixed opinions on Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Russian election interference, and everything else to do with President Trump, not to mention Trump's own poll numbers. Cuomo said he doesn't care what his viewers think, so long as they think, and then he laid out his theory on Trump's historically narrow polling range: "The intractability of the numbers where the president is involved I don't think is about the American people. I think it's about the expectations ... over time, the erosion of what people expect from public servants." Cuomo explained that his father was New York's governor and his brother has that job now. "So I see that people in public service see the beauty in it," he said. "But we don't feel that anymore. I think that's why people forgive so much in this president. They don't expect better. ... That's why I think the numbers don't move. They can't be shocked, there is no sense of shame about what happens in public service. But we also don't reward virtue anymore. We have two parties that win by attacking the other, and that's a problem." "Why didn't you go into the family business?" Colbert asked. "Well, the main reason is because I don't like it," Cuomo said. He added that he wished his brother, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), would quit politics, enjoy his life, "and not worry about people like me, and these jackals that chase around politicians." They ended with a pushup contest. Watch below. Peter Weber

CNN's Chris Cuomo tells Stephen Colbert why he thinks Trump's poll numbers never move