<![CDATA[NBC4 Washington - TV, movies, music and celebrity news]]>Copyright 2016http://www.nbcwashington.com/entertainment/entertainment-news http://media.nbcnewyork.com/designimages/WASH+NBC4+BLUE.png NBC4 Washington http://www.nbcwashington.comen-usFri, 28 Oct 2016 00:58:07 -0400Fri, 28 Oct 2016 00:58:07 -0400NBC Owned Television Stations <![CDATA[Tracey Ullman Makes Long Awaited Return on HBO]]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 16:57:37 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/ulmanulman.jpg

Tracey Ullman gave "The Simpsons" their start nearly 30 years ago as squiggly interstitial segments on her Fox sketch show. But the British writer-actress, who expertly mines humor from the seemingly trivial, is far more than the answer to a TV trivia question.

Still, it's fitting that Ullman makes her long awaited return to U.S. television Friday on HBO with "Tracey Ullman's Show," less than two weeks after the landmark 600th episode of "The Simpsons." 

An even more significant piece of timing: The chameleonic comedian rides again with Britain and the U.S. in full-blown identity crises.

Ullman first rose to fame in the UK in the early 1980s, when she also got some initial U.S. exposure with her 1960s-style retro hit "They Don't Know" and its charming video, featuring a Paul McCartney cameo.

With her breakout Fox show, she bridged British-American comedic sensibilities via her very funny – and very human – creations, from Francesca the preternaturally precious teenager with two dads to Kay, the sad sack whose lethargic delivery of her first name adds a couple of syllables.

Ullman, as evidenced by her strongest characters, avoids caricature by striking subtle notes of underlying sadness. Like a lot of creative types who live in their own minds, the buoyant Francesca is a loner. So is languid Kay, whose life revolves around caring for her demanding elderly mother.

Ullman extended her run and character stable in the mid-1990s with HBO's "Tracey Ullman Takes on..." and Showtime's U.S.-centered "Tracey Ullman's State of the Union," which premiered in 2008. She helped unleash a wave of funny women, from Tina Fey to Mindy Kaling, who make their mark behind and in front of the TV camera.

Ullman's new effort comes with Britain still reeling from the Brexit vote and the U.S. headed toward an election like no other. While Ullman's approach, in many respects, is a far cry from "The Simpsons," both are at their best reflecting the times through eccentric characters from ordinary places.

"Tracey Ullman's Show," which first aired on the BBC, focuses on British life and includes the return of Kay. Ullman also impersonates two dames – Judi Dench and Maggie Smith.

While her spot-on impression of Angela Merkel already has traveled the world, via the Internet, Ullman will never have the reach of "The Simpsons." But there's nothing trivial about the comeback of a comic force who can play countless characters without turning into a human cartoon.

Jere Hester is Director of News Products and Projects at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He is also the author of "Raising a Beatle Baby: How John, Paul, George and Ringo Helped us Come Together as a Family." Follow him on Twitter.

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<![CDATA[Once-Missing Dancer Thanks Cops ]]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 14:52:30 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/shirlene+quigley+cops.jpg

The North Bergen Police Department got a huge thank you from Shirlene Quigley when she dancer and her father stopped by police headquarters on Thursday.

The 32-year-old and her father, Brad Quigley, thanked the members of the detective bureau for finding her and reuniting her with family, the New Jersey police department said.

"We are beyond pleased this situation has come to a successful conclusion," police wrote in an Instagram post. "The North Bergen Police Department wishes Shirlene health, happiness and success in all of her future endeavors."

Quigley, who lives alone in North Bergen, vanished near the Port Authority Bus Terminal at around 1 a.m. Sunday after making a cryptic comment to friends. 

Rihanna and Missy Elliott posted emotional pleas on Instagram for information on the whereabouts of Quigley, who has also performed with Beyonce.

North Bergen police said in an Instagram post Tuesday evening that the dancer was found safe with the help of NYPD. She was at an undisclosed medical facility, and her father flew in from Los Angeles to reunite with her. 

In the post on Thursday, police said the public outcry was instrumental in helping to find Quigley. 

"The outpour of concern and assistance from the community and celebrities alike was quite touching. We could not have done it without their help," police wrote.

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<![CDATA[Halloween-Ready Richard Sherman: 'I'm Definitely a Wizard']]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 11:44:02 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/214*120/Screen+Shot+2016-10-27+at+8.57.36+AM.png

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman cast a spell over a press conference Wednesday, when he dressed as a Gryffindor and said he was a wizard. 

Clad in a robe and Harry Potter's signature scarlet-and-gold tie, the NFL player waved a wand while answering questions about football and his wizarding world. He said that "The Order of Phoenix" is his favorite book in the Harry Potter series and compared America's favorite sport, football, and Potter's favorite, quidditch. 

"Five quarters of football is pretty tough, but quidditch — the beaters, the chasers, trying to find the golden snitch, things like that — that's tough," Sherman said, referring to the gritty 6-6 tie his team played on Sunday night against the Arizona Cardinals. "Five quarters of football, though, in the elements, I'd say that'd take the cake."

Sherman is known around the league for his shut-down defense, penchant for trash talk and willingness to address major issues facing American society at press conferences. Last month, Sherman showed his support for players who kneel during the national anthem by walking out of a press conference.

But Wednesday, Sherman faced the press with a much more light-hearted topic in mind, possibly because he recently got back from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando: "I just went to Harry Potter land. I felt like that was home."

He plans to rock his "Hogwarts student" costume on Monday night, when he takes his son trick-or-treating. And in lieu of an invisibility cloak, Sherman has a sure-proof disguise to hide from paparazzi.

"This is all you've got to do," he said, slipping on a pair of glasses. "Clark Kent did it. You've just got to put the glasses on. Bam, no longer Richard Sherman. Can't even tell anymore, right?"

When asked about his health after Sunday's game, Sherman stayed in character to describe his symptoms, whcih presented as heat exhaustion.

"Well, I'm definitely a wizard, so if you're asking if I feel like a Muggle again, I don't," he said, after being asked if he felt "human" again. "But I started feeling better probably around late yesterday, last night, just getting more fluids in me and more energy, legs started getting back under me."

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<![CDATA['Late Night’: Jokes Seth Meyers Can't Tell]]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 06:56:28 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/nbc_myr_hlt_s4e019_439_jokessethcanttell_20161026_1200x675_794662979665.jpg Host Seth Meyers invites his staff writers to deliver jokes on the show that he feels uncomfortable doing “due to my being a straight, white male.”]]> <![CDATA['Late Night’: Trump's Obamacare Fail]]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 06:55:49 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/nbc_myr_hlt_s4e019_439_closerlook_20161026_1200x675_794664515727.jpg With the Obama administration announcing that premiums for health care would go up next year, Donald Trump had a substantial critique in his grasp. But, host Seth Meyers says, the Trump campaign missed the opportunity for a substantial critique, opting to instead make strange appeals to black voters.]]> <![CDATA[‘Tonight’: Fallon & Timberlake Sing 'Ironic']]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 06:54:58 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/JT_Screen-Shot-2016-10-27-at-3.41.03-AM.jpg Host Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake are kids at summer camp, singing "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette.]]> <![CDATA['Tonight Show’ Superlatives: Eagles and Cowboys]]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 06:53:25 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/nbc_tjf_hlt_s4e023_558_superlatives_20161026_1200x675_794659907904.jpg Host Jimmy Fallon hands out superlatives to Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys players.]]> <![CDATA[Timberlake, Fallon Go to Summer Camp on 'Tonight']]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 10:54:19 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-618408886.jpg

It was a sleep over and a pizza party with Justin Timberlake during Thursday's "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon."

Timberlake's appearance opened with a skit of the two playing kids sleeping at Camp Winnipesaukee. But two grown men at a summer camp in October playing as children can be considered strange, maybe even ironic. Timberlake and Fallon marked the occasion by singing Alanis Morissette's "Ironic."

They manage to sing quietly until they hit the chorus and their enthusiasm gets the best of them -- their whiny rendition of "Ironic" triggering a camp staff member to quiet them down.

Later in the show, Timberlake also poked fun at a selfie he took that got him in some trouble with the law. 

The singer posted a picture of himself on Instagram in a voting booth in Tennessee Monday, writing "No excuses, my good people!"

A Tennessee law bars voters from taking photographs or video while inside a polling location.

Timberlake, who flew in to Tennessee from California to cast an early vote, shared some advice while on the "Tonight Show": "Get out and vote, but don't take a picture of yourself. I had no idea."

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<![CDATA[Rob Gronkowski Goes Undercover as Lyft Driver]]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 11:00:18 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/gronkgronk.jpg

Talk about a smooth ride.

New England Patriots' tight-end Rob Gronkowski went undercover as a Lyft driver in New England recently...and the results were about as hilarious as you might expect.

Starting out with a high-pitched voice, "Gronk" acted as a lover of astrophysics - barely able to discuss the subject with a passenger.

But he quickly transitioned into a passionate Patriots fan, lovingly talking about his teammate, Tom Brady.

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"You know, that Tom guy? He does throw it to Gronk, and the way he spikes the football is just so cool to me," he gushed.

One woman complimented him for knowing all of the player’s names, while another tells him Brady is "off limits" since he’s married.

"I mean I’m not trying to get with him!" He said. "I mean I just want to meet him."

Gronkowski even says he has a man crush on Brady, soon after admitting, "I love that guy! I got like four posters of him."

One passenger tells him he met Rob Gronkowski at a bar downtown, which the NFL star vehemently denies.

After revealing his identity to the surprised passengers, "Gronk" starts spiking the football - his signature move. One passenger recommended he wear the wig he used as a disguise to the games.

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<![CDATA[Letterman Hosts Special on Climate Change]]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 10:49:41 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/letermanna.jpg

Jay Leno's post "Tonight Show" career revolves around standup and his love of cars, as evidenced by his CNBC show, "Jay Leno's Garage."

The latest phase of Jerry Seinfeld's post-"Seinfeld" professional life focuses on standup and his love of cars  – and comedians – as seen in his Crackle series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."

David Letterman, nearly a year and a half after leaving CBS' "Late Show," appears driven by a somewhat loftier goal: He wants to save the world.

Letterman guest hosts Sunday's installment of the National Geographic Channel’s "Years of Living Dangerously" ­– a gig that took him to India to report on climate change. In semi-retirement, as in his three-decade late night career, Letterman charts his own path, as he journeys toward perhaps his greatest human trick of all.

India, of course, is a long way from the New York TV studios where Letterman got legions of fans stuck on him with early stunts like donning a Velcro suit and leaping onto a Velcro wall. And the gravity of his latest venture marks a departure for the once perennially sarcastic host known for getting cursed out by one-named icons Madonna and Cher.

But Letterman not only grew on audiences, he grew up. His heart surgery in 2000 at age 52 brought out a more serious side. He provided unforgettable words of outrage and comfort after 9/11 ( “We're gonna try and feel our way through this, and we'll just see how it goes – take it a day at a time.”). He became a stronger interviewer, learning to listen and follow his curiosity, much like his hero, Johnny Carson.

Letterman never set out to be a hardcore political comedian, even if in later “Late Show” years, he highlighted President George W. Bush's battles with eloquence in "Great Moments in Presidential Speeches" segments. It's telling that Letterman's first major post-"Late Show" appearance was a surprise Donald Trump-themed “Top 10 List” delivered during a Steve Martin-Martin Short stage show.

Few, though, might have guessed Letterman would head to another continent to interview Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and energy experts. But the undertaking brims with the ambition and restlessness that propelled his comedy career. As he nears 70, the gray-bearded late night elder is cognizant not only of his entertainment legacy, but of his role as father to his 12-year-old son, Harry. 

Other than storied lives in comedy, Letterman, Leno and Seinfeld a share a determination to stay on the public eye, on their own terms – unlike Carson, who all but disappeared after his 30-year run on "The Tonight Show." He might not be leaping back into comedy, but Letterman, in his own way, is proving himself a standup guy.

Jere Hester is Director of News Products and Projects at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He is also the author of "Raising a Beatle Baby: How John, Paul, George and Ringo Helped us Come Together as a Family." Follow him on Twitter.

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<![CDATA[That's a Wrap: 2 Chainz Buys $2.4M Home With Famed Studio]]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 10:58:37 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/2-chainz-new-hollywood-hills-home-tn.jpg Ozzy Osbourne, Eddie Van Halen and Slash are among the marquee names of rock who have laid down studio tracks at the Hollywood Hills home. Now it's the 39-year-old rhymesayer's turn.

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<![CDATA['Big' Win: Tom Hanks Recites Rap From Iconic Role]]> Thu, 27 Oct 2016 11:05:24 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/tomhanksrap.jpg

Tom Hanks doesn't even need a beat.

Twenty-eight years after his breakout on the big screen in "Big," Hanks still knows the rap that his character and friend chant to each other.

Wesley Chan and Philip Wang of Wong Fu Productions went to Florence, Italy, to meet Ron Howard and Tom Hanks, who were promoting their new film, "Inferno."

Wang, a lifelong Hanks fan, admitted he memorized the rap in 'Big' because he watched it so often growing up. When he asked the actor if they could recite it together, Hanks didn't hesitate.

Hanks also revealed that the famous rap was stolen from his kid's summer camp, because while filming "Big," they felt the movie was missing something.

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<![CDATA[Baby Boom: Russell Wilson and Ciara Expecting Their First]]> Wed, 26 Oct 2016 10:01:26 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-471454460-ciara.jpg See which celebrities are gearing up for parenthood in 2016.

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<![CDATA[Adele Endorses Clinton at Concert]]> Wed, 26 Oct 2016 08:11:14 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/102516+hillary+clinton+adele.jpg

Hillary Clinton took a break from campaigning in South Florida Tuesday night to check out the Adele concert at American Airlines Arena in Miami.

Clinton, who turns 69 Wednesday, even got an endorsement from the British singer, who discussed the presidential election and Clinton's Republican rival Donald Trump in between songs.

"I am English but what happens in America affects me too," Adele told the crowd. "Don't vote for him. I can't vote but I am 100 percent for Hillary Clinton, I love her, she's amazing."

Earlier Tuesday, Clinton and Trump both held rallies in Florida as they work to lockup votes ahead of the Nov. 8 election.

Kellyanne Conway, Trump's campaign manager, referenced Clinton's appearance at the concert while defending the GOP nominee's decision to appear at the opening of his new hotel in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. 

"Respectfully, Hillary Clinton has time to go to an Adele concert and everyone thinks that's really cool," she told NBC's "Today" show Wednesday. "Donald Trump stops off to unveil just an incredible, stunning piece of architecture, a new first class hotel and everyone's hair is on fire. I think you see today tangible accomplishments of Donald Trump."

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<![CDATA[Celeb Breakups: Kate Beckinsale and Len Wiseman]]> Wed, 26 Oct 2016 07:05:36 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/DIVORCE_AP_16299744711961.jpg Nothing lasts forever, especially when you're a celebrity. See whose relationships have hit the rocks.

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<![CDATA['Late Night’: Pete Davidson's New Tattoos]]> Wed, 26 Oct 2016 07:06:40 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/pete+davidson.jpg Dating Larry David's daughter; getting tattoos over the summer and immediately regretting them are some of the things Pete Davidson, a cast member on “Saturday Night Live,” tells host Seth Meyers. “I have a bunch of 'Harry Potter' crap,” Davidson said about his tattoos. But he’s worried that he may come to regret this decision since it’s always possible that someone from the cast could turn out to be a sex offender.

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<![CDATA['Late Night’: Presidential Debate]]> Wed, 26 Oct 2016 16:41:57 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/nbc_myr_hlt_s4e018_438_debate_20161025_1200x675_793744963681.jpg Host Seth Meyers presides over another “Late Night” presidential debate. Splicing and slicing clips between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Meyers presents the audience with a jousting of word between the two candidates.]]> <![CDATA[‘Tonight’: Ethan Hawke Wears 'SNL' Jacket]]> Wed, 26 Oct 2016 07:10:29 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/nbc_tjf_hlt_s4e022_557_ethanhawke_jacket_20161025_1200x675_793746499691.jpg Ethan Hawke shares the trouble he's gotten into since being gifted the mortifying leather blazer host Jimmy Fallon was wearing when they first met.]]> <![CDATA[‘Tonight Show’: Pros and Cons of Halloween]]> Wed, 26 Oct 2016 07:10:51 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/nbc_tjf_hlt_s4e022_557_proscons_20161025_1200x675_793742915986.jpg Host Jimmy Fallon weighs the good and bad of celebrating Halloween.]]> <![CDATA['This Was Us': Jack's Fate is Revealed]]> Wed, 26 Oct 2016 10:04:21 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/214*120/Screen+Shot+2016-10-25+at+10.24.34+AM.png The cast reacts to the big reveal surrounding jack's fate and Chrissy Metz talks about the connections she's made with her on-screen father.]]> <![CDATA[American Girl Expanding to Nearly 100 Toys R Us Stores]]> Wed, 26 Oct 2016 07:59:47 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-615380026american-girl-doll.jpg

American Girl dolls, the customizable figurines once available only at the company's stores, are finding new homes all across the country at close to 100 Toys R Us stores.

The brand announced in August that it would be selling its products at Toys R Us stores, and "WellieWishers" line of dolls hit shelves in select stores early September, according to a press release.

While some shops have already been set up, the nationwide grand opening for the shops is coming this Saturday, according to a Toys R Us spokeswoman. 

The new "shop-in-shops" feature "Truly Me" dolls, "WellieWishers" doll outfits and accessories. They are opening in 97 locations across the United States.

"We are focused on finding new, exciting ways to bring our stores to life, and are thrilled to be launching this exclusive American Girl shop-in-shop in nearly 100 Toys R Us locations across the country just in time for the holiday season," said Richard Barry, head of marketing for Toys R Us, in a statement. 

Click here for a full list of stores where the dolls will be available. Additional Toys R Us stores are set to open shop-in-shops next year.

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<![CDATA[Rihanna, Missy Elliott Plead for Help Finding Missing Dancer]]> Tue, 25 Oct 2016 17:42:20 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/shirlene+quigley+alternate+photo.jpg

UPDATE: Missing backup dancer found safe, police say

Mega music stars are joining in the surging call for help finding a 32-year-old backup dancer from New Jersey who vanished near the Port Authority Bus Terminal over the weekend after making a cryptic comment to friends.

Rihanna posted an emotional plea on Instagram for information on the whereabouts of Shirlene Quigley, who has also performed with Beyonce and Missy Elliott. 

Calling Quigley a "beautiful soul," Rihanna wrote, "My heart aches thinking of how heavy this is on all who love her!" The Instagram post included a video of the missing woman contemplating peace and love.

"Imagine if we treated each other like we all came from the same family," Quigley says in the video. "If you are in my life, I love you, whether it be 10 seconds or forever, because we're all family." 

Quigley, who lives alone in North Bergen and teaches dance at Peridance Capezio Center and Broadway Dance Center in Manhattan, according to her Facebook page, was last seen getting on a bus at Port Authority around 1 a.m. Sunday, her father said. 

Her father, who lives in California, said Quigley normally calls him every day around 6 p.m., and he became concerned when he hadn't heard from her.

"I just want her to come home, or if someone has her to let her be," the father said. "She's everything to me. She's why I live." 

Missy Elliott posted a collage of Quigley, urging people to call police if they have information.

"Need help from the whole Dance Community to spread the word!" Elliott wrote on Instagram. "Those who have met her know her spirit is always bubbly and kind & uplifting energy! Sending countless prayers."

Police say Quigley's phone was found at a bridal store in Chelsea; her father says she could've been there to pick up something for a show. 

Quigley's father said his daughter made a strange comment to her friend recently along the lines of "Get ready, it's about to happen and I'm going to need you to sub for me." 

Quigley attended Liberty Church in Brooklyn; her father says that she is very religious, and that lately she has seemed "euphoric." 

Her landlord saw her leave her New Jersey home Saturday afternoon and later called a friend to say Quigley did not seem well, the friend said. 

According to her personal website, Quigley's dance career launched when she was 18 and earned a role as one of the "uhh ohh girls" on Beyonce's "Crazy in Love" music video. She has performed on an array of awards shows, including the VMA's, Grammy's and ESPY Awards. 

Quigley created the first high heel dance class at a studio in her hometown of Los Angeles and later brought the workshop to New York City. She has also taught at dance studios around the world, her website says.

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<![CDATA[O'Conner Posts Frantic Facebook Note Following Surgery]]> Tue, 25 Oct 2016 13:05:31 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/sinead-o%27conner.jpg

Sinead O'Conner said she rushed to the hospital earlier this week following complications from surgery. The singer posted on Facebook saying she was unable to breathe and that her liver had been accidentally damaged during a medical procedure.  

The "Nothing Compares To You" singer also bemoaned she was alone and had no emotional support in her posts.

"Gotta go to emergency. Liver all f----- and killing me," O'Conner wrote. "Can't breathe properly it so sore. Am posting as am lonely. Story of life. Wish was not so alone in world. Gotta be worth something to someone after all these years and after all I given. Am so shocked to be so all alone."

In an earlier note posted that same day O'Conner said she has been in rehab following 30 years of substance abuse and would be living in a "sober living environment" for the next year. 

In May, O'Connor caused a brief scare when she was reported as missing in the Chicago suburbs, but was found safe at the Best Western hotel in Morton Grove, where several police cars and an ambulance had been spotted.

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<![CDATA[Top Celeb Pics: ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards]]> Tue, 25 Oct 2016 08:29:55 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-617860394-ent.jpg Check out the latest photos of your favorite celebrities.

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<![CDATA[Obama Talks Trump on 'Kimmel']]> Tue, 25 Oct 2016 07:22:08 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/O_K_AP_16298806924053.jpg President Barack Obama took a dig at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump during an appearance on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" show on Oct. 24, 2016.

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<![CDATA['Late Night’: 'Trump Kind of Christmas']]> Tue, 25 Oct 2016 06:48:27 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/nbc_myr_hlt_s4e017_437_anagasteyer_trumpkindofchristmas_20161024_1200x675_792866371919.jpg Ana Gasteyer talks about her upcoming participation in a "Trump Christmas" family special. She provides the “Late Night” audience a glimpse of this performance.]]> <![CDATA['Late Night’: Trump’s Closing Arguments]]> Tue, 25 Oct 2016 06:49:19 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/nbc_myr_hlt_s4e017_437_closerlook_20161024_1200x675_792863811900.jpg With the election nearing, host Seth Meyers looks at how Donald Trump’s campaign is wrapping up the election cycle.]]> <![CDATA[‘Tonight Show’: This Week in Memes]]> Tue, 25 Oct 2016 10:08:06 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/nbc_tjf_hlt_s4e021_556_weekinmemes_20161024_1200x675_792866371799.jpg Host Jimmy Fallon turns viral photos of celebs and pop culture from the week into memes.]]> <![CDATA[‘Tonight': Random Questions With Ricky Gervais]]> Tue, 25 Oct 2016 06:50:19 -0400 http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/213*120/nbc_tjf_hlt_s4e021_556_randompeoplerandomquestions_20161024_1200x675_792865347887.jpg Ricky Gervais and host Jimmy Fallon take turns answering questions asked by random people on the streets of New York City, no matter how absurd or personal.]]>