"I love Dwayne 'Rock' the Johnson as much as the next middle-aged man who loves fast cars. But for the love of Ludacris, Dwayne, we don't need another celebrity in the White House," Colbert said
Famous fans drum up support for the campaign to get the "Star Trek" and "Reading Rainbow" star behind the podium.
"Another gun fetishist weighing in on the tragedy is Colorado representative and H.R. supervisor for John Wick, Lauren Boebert," Colbert said on Tuesday night.
"I always love Zack Snyder and I think the story behind this 'Snyder Cut' is really one for the ages," Leto told Stephen Colbert.
Trump released a statement saying that he was responsible for the progress with the vaccines due to his administration's Operation Warp Speed.
"Congratulations, tomorrow's going to be a great morning, Britain," Colbert joked on Tuesday's installment of "The Late Show."
"I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say that there is a possibility―just a possibility, mind you―that this medieval selective breeding program might be racist," Stephen Colbert joked.
The comedian spoke candidly about the "emotionally stunted group of fundamentally flawed people" Meghan Markle would be joining by marrying Prince Harry.
Six books by the children's author Dr. Seuss will no longer be published in a move that has prompted outrage from many conservatives.
The late-night host railed against Republican lawmakers for "tuning out" during the impeachment trial of Donald Trump.
The talk show host went on a comic tirade against the Republican lawmakers who have defended the former president.
"There's reportedly a lucrative market for pardons," Colbert joked during his Monday night monologue, with the president reportedly due to pardon more than 100 people.
"Have you had enough?" the late-night host asked, hitting out at the politicians who have enabled the president over the past four years.
"Turns out 2020 is dropping some bonus tracks," Colbert said on Monday, lambasting Trump's leaked phone call to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger of Georgia.
Stephen Colbert has brutally mocked President Donald Trump, comparing the president's legal losses to the first lady rejecting holding his hand.
The former president also spoke about Joe Biden's victory during his appearance on "The Late Show" Tuesday night, expressing hope for the next four years despite the challenges that lay ahead.
"For all the predictable behavior of the last few days and the last four years," Stephen Colbert said, "right now something unpredictable needs to happen."
Stephen Colbert is back for 2020 doing an Election Night specials for Showtime, and "The Late Show" is also airing a 12-hour pre-show throughout the day.
The Democratic contender for South Carolina told "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert "Lindsey Graham's word isn't worth much of anything."
"Schadenfreude," which translates to "enjoyment obtained from the troubles of others," was used frequently on Friday.
The comedian said the former president couldn't "lecture anyone" on how to behave in the Oval Office.
"I don't get it. It's literally the least you can do," Hanks said during a virtual appearance on "The Late Show."
In a June 23 interview, the television personality grilled the former national security adviser over his previous support for President Donald Trump.
"And I heard he was crucified harder than he was nailed!"
"I don't want to jinx myself, but I'll tell you why: The American people, they fully understand what's at stake here," the former Vice President said during an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on Thursday.
"This is not a Democratic or Republican issue. The virus does not discriminate. You have Democrats dying, you have Republicans dying. It's not a red-state, blue-state issue," New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Thursday.
"How about liberating the scientists, letting the CDC hold a press conference of their own every day or the National Institute of Health?" CNN's Anderson Cooper said during his appearance on "The Late Show" on Monday night.