Noah previously said King Charles III "can barely pull his d*** out of his own pants" and that pressure to mourn Queen Elizabeth II was "recolonizing" people.
Will Smith addressed the 2022 Oscars, where he slapped Chris Rock following a joke made about his wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith, in a late night show appearance.
During a talk show appearance, Stewart addressed the controversy surrounding Chappelle's recent "Saturday Night Live" monologue.
After announcing his final episode of "The Daily Show" would air on December 8, Trevor Noah told Jimmy Fallon what's next.
The Daily Show is expected to return with a new host in early 2023, Comedy Central said on Wednesday.
"I realized there's another part of my life out there that I want to carry on exploring," Noah said.
Current and former correspondents of 'The Daily Show' were named as potential replacements for Noah, who announced on Thursday he was stepping down.
The Daily Show host said "people who have been oppressed by the British Crown" should be free to "say whatever they want" after Queen Elizabeth II's death.
"Something went wrong here. Something really went wrong. What went wrong?" the Daily Show host said on a Variety podcast.
William Shatner ribbed Musk about everything from selling his first company to his recent failure to acquire Twitter.
Jon Stewart sent an expletive-ridden tweet to Ted Cruz for rejecting the toxic burn pit bill for American war veterans, triggering a social media feud.
Jon Stewart gave a speech at the Kennedy Center as he became the 23rd recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Trevor Noah spoke out after it was revealed that Kanye West has been barred from performing at April's Grammy Awards due to "concerning online behavior."
The comedian criticized several reporters for their coverage of the Russian invasion in, what as some broadcasters put it, a "relatively civilized" country.
"He knew it was inappropriate. The fact that he did it repeatedly and was conscious and knew—I think that is being racist," the singer said on "The Daily Show."
"That's like the original old school. That's on the Mount Rushmore of racism," Noah said on 'The Daily Show.'
Trevor Noah has hit back at Joe Rogan after the podcast host appeared to suggest that only "100 percent African" people should be called Black.
Thousands of people have been sharing a comment by the "Daily Show" host in August 2020. Noah said: "Nobody drives into a city with guns because they love someone else's business that much."
The MyPillow CEO has frequently pushed false claims about the election result and believes Trump will return as president in August.
"Ethnic replacement" and "obedient third world" immigrants were part of the "eerily" similar remarks highlighted by Carlson and white supremacist mass shooters on 'The Daily Show' Friday.
The Daily Show host criticized the Texas senator for turning "people who actually need real help into political props" since his return from Mexico.
Democratic Rep. Cori Bush also spoke about facing "white supremacy" in Congress and explained how she planned to counter it.
The host of The Daily Show went as far as to say that the congresswoman is undercover as a Republican to make the GOP appear "unhinged."
The former "Daily Show" host was moved to join the platform amid the Wall Street/Reddit/GameStop frenzy that currently has enthralled the world.
"If you get fired at Best Buy, they don't just let you steal a TV on the way out," Noah said on Monday's "The Daily Show."
"I mean, this dude was going all over the country refusing to wear a mask. What do you expect?" The Daily Show host said on Monday's episode.
"The Democrats are being sore losers. They refuse to acknowledge they lost the election," said Kayleigh McEnany in 2018.
Twitter's anti-Trump contingent piled on the president after he declared himself victorious in states that are still considered too close to call.