As Meghan turns 42, Newsweek looks at how the past 12 months have been packed with award-winning highs and late night-ridicule lows.
Frankel told Harry and Meghan to "go on Saturday Night Live and make the joke be about you," after a Spotify executive called them "f****** grifters."
The visit to Corden's final taping of "The Late Late Show" has been included in a behind-the-scenes video of the episode.
Singh spoke to Newsweek about the challenges of hosting a late night talk show ahead of her new venture "The Muppets Mayhem," which launches Wednesday, May 10.
The Writers Guild has called an immediate strike meaning late-night talk shows will be off the air starting Tuesday.
Since the release of his memoir in January, Prince Harry has found himself a target for comedians in stand-up specials and late night shows.
"Mom I had a nightmare! My pillow had polyester filling instead of memory foam!" one user said.
The couple's grilling by "South Park" shows their transition from serious celebrities to objects of ridicule, said Newsweek's chief royal correspondent.
The couple's recent roasting by "South Park" may not be the last as Harry and Meghan have increasingly become the punchline of pop culture puns.
Meghan's estranged sister said the royal never worked at the U.S. Embassy in Argentina, while Meghan has said she had an internship there.
From Jimmy Kimmel to Seth Meyers, Prince Harry has become an easy target for the nation's late night hosts in the wake of his tell-all memoir.
The late-night show host recited from a fictional children's book, "The Prince and the Penis," based on Harry's memoir during his opening monologue on Monday.
Harry's self-narrated audiobook of his hit memoir "Spare" has triggered an avalanche of online jokes and viral clips.
Charlmagne Tha God chatted with Newsweek about his Comedy Central show "Hell of a Week" and why it's a stand-out in late-night television.
The late-night host recounted the story after the former president spoke at a rally for Dr. Oz, who he called a "total phony."
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During his monologue for 'The Late Late Show with James Corden,' the host allegedly repeated a joke from Gervais' 2018 stand-up special 'Humanity.'
The host of 'Hell of a Week With Charlamagne Tha God' told Newsweek about his mental health journey.
"I think somebody can be having mental health issues, but that doesn't give you the right to be a bigot," Charlamagne told Newsweek.
While most commenters support the poster, Megan Vogels told Newsweek that a conversation, or even an email, would have been more direct and kind.
"I realized there's another part of my life out there that I want to carry on exploring," Noah said.
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel opened his show by putting the death of Queen Elizabeth II into context for American audiences.
"The Tonight Show" host said Biden's approval rating has "skyrocket to 11 percent" after Manchin agreed to support Inflation Reduction Act.
Comedians are increasingly targeting the president as he deals with a plummeting approval rating.
"Hahahahaha Duke really needed that night swim," one user said.
Kimmel questioned why the president hasn't used executive orders to bring in gun control.
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The ABC Dallas affiliate WFAA cut away from Kimmel's monologue after he called out "cowardly" senators for "listening to the NRA" after the shooting in Uvalde.
As Corden's name has surfaced in Doctor Who rumors, social media users have shared their reactions about the host—and most appear to be negative.
Kimmel pointed out Greene's gun-heavy political ads and claimed he receives a dozen death threats from the congresswoman's supporters each day.