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After 33 years on late night television, 22 of which at the helm of The Late Show on CBS, David Letterman hosted his final show. Leading up to his swan song, the 68-year-old host welcomed some of his most notable guests including Julia Roberts, Oprah Winfrey, Adam Sandler, Tom Hanks and George Clooney to name a few. However, for his final hour, Letterman went for a relatively subdued approach, as compared to Jay Leno and Chelsea Handler’s send-offs.

It mostly consisted of clip montages from his over 6,000+ shows. The only celebrities that showed up did so to deliver his final Top 10 List, “Top 10 things I’ve always wanted to say to Dave.” Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock and six others participated.

He was also joined by President Obama and former presidents in a pre-taped segment for the intro. It all ended with the Foo Fighters sending Letterman off to the sunset. Who knew David was such a fan of the Dave Grohl-fronted band.

Check out his final Top 10 list below, along with his final monologue, farewell and more clips.

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For the past few months, I’ve shared a different celebrity home each Saturday. Compared to ones I’ve previously featured, I was expecting a lot more when I read that Jim Carrey sold his Malibu home for $13.4 million. It’s nice, but given the price I was hoping for something jaw-dropping. Clearly, in this case it’s all about location, location, location. Homes along the Malibu coast are a hot commodity and go for a premium.

Carrey first listed the property for $18 million back in 2011. The Dumb and Dumber actor re-listed it last year for $13.95 million. With the attractive lower price, Carrey received close to his asking and sold for $13.4 million. Still a nice profit, considering he paid only $9.75 million back in 2002.

Compared to other Malibu mansions, it’s on the smaller side, so I’ve read. It measures in at just 2,866 square feet and boasts 3 bedrooms and 4 baths. The indoor space beautifully flows into an outdoor deck and patio all of which are facing the Pacific Ocean. Check out the 51-year-old actor’s recently sold abode below.

check out his former home after the jump

This. Looks. Hilarious. The first trailer for a new magician comedy called The Incredible Burt Wonderstone has just come out and I seriously can’t wait to watch it when it hits theaters.

As the story begins, a famous but jaded Vegas magician named Burt Wonderstone (Steve Carell) breaks up with his longtime stage partner Anton Marvelton (played by Steve Buscemi) when Anton is injured by Burt during their hotbox trick. Burt finds himself fighting for relevance when a new, “hip” street magician named Steve Gray (Jim Carrey) appears on the scene. Seriously, Carell & Carrey going head-to-head as rivals in a movie will definitely be something to see.

The film comes out in March 2013 and also stars Olivia Wilde, James Gandolfini, and Alan Arkin. As a side note, there is another magician movie coming out in 2013 that looks really good called Now You See Me… but that one’s not a comedy. Anyway, enjoy the new trailer below!

Watch the trailer after the jump…

This coming January 2013 is Vanity Fair‘s first ever comedy issue and it’s guest edited by Judd Apatow. For the issue, Apatow brought together his most talented friends and idols to contribute, write, and pose for a 19-page Mark Seliger portfolio. There are three different covers to this issue, with four different comedians looking fabulously funny on each. I’ve included all three of them below and you can vote for which one you like best.

This is only the third time since Graydon Carter became the editor of the magazine 20 years ago that someone has been a guest editor. The last guest editor was Bono when he guest-edited the Africa issue in July of 2007. Before that, Tom Ford guest-edited a Hollywood Portfolio in March of 2006. With the comedy genre booming these days, Carter felt like it was the perfect time for such an issue and that Judd Apatow was the perfect choice for the job.

In the first cover shown above, Jim Carrey is dressed up as Evel Knievel, Maya Rudolph is doing an ancient Egyptian like Steve Martin in his King Tut days, Will Ferrell is done up like a corny cowboy, and Amy Poehler as a 60s go-go girl. Check out the other two covers below, featuring comedians like Kristin Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, and more.

Check out the other two covers & vote after the jump…

American Idol 11: Battleship Edition In San Diego

In: Adam, TV Shows

Well, another city, another 10,000 “hopefuls” fill the audition room in what is quickly becoming my favorite city in the US. – San Diego. Famous (in my opinion) for its perfect weather and amazing gay pride, I’m just hoping that it also holds some talented folks and some epic crazies as Lopez and Tyler (ugh and Seacrest) tease and gel their hair as high as it will go for these Cali residents. Last night’s auditions took place on a jet carrier or something random like that: not REALLY sure what that’s about other than a blatant attempt at faux nationalism but oh well.

No spoilers before the fold, don’t worry, but I will say that the show is really editing down the insanity this season and particularly this episode as we pretty much just see success stories: I guess they’re doing some polling and finding out what people want to see… though, come on, at least ONE tragic queen spitting at the camera or a sassy gal with more extensions than real hair and the three inch lacquered nails to match. Ah well, it was a decent episode: if you’re looking to save time read the summary and see the highlights alone or if you’re looking to see me trash a bunch of “singers” click through for that as well!

Click through to read the rest of my review & watch the audition highlights…

While the year-end lists have been flying fast and furious, we haven’t been sharing a lot of Christmas videos. I’m not sure if it’s just because they are few and far between or because it’s really hard to surpass the awesomeness that was the viral video: The Twelve Gays of Christmas. While this new video that surfaced yesterday doesn’t match the gold star that the previous earns, it’s still be great and has a few special cameos.

Starring Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes and Jim Carrey as Santa Claus, the trio find themselves re-enacting the story ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas while being narrated by Allan McLeod as so the prelude tells us, drank half a bottle of whiskey prior to the filming of this video. While he continually makes mistakes during the reciting of the classic poem, the director tells him to continue.

While the video doesn’t garner any huge LOL’s, it does induce enough laughter that’s worth the watch. Plus, who doesn’t love checking out Ryan Gosling at any cost, am I right? He looks pretty damn good in those pyjamas and sleeping cap I might add. Check out this Funny or Die exclusive below.

Check out “Drunken History Christmas” after the jump.

Is James Spader The New Boss On “The Office”?

In: TV Shows, Tyrell

During the latest season finale of The Office, we watched as a special elected team weeded through potential candidates to find the new boss to replace Michael Scott at the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin. As the rumors circulated at the time, it was under the impression that Jim Carrey could potentially be the replacement. Now a new rumor is circulating and has us all wondering, will James Spader be the new boss at the office?

Before you start telling your friends what you read on Homorazzi let me quickly clear the air. While he was vying for Michael’s position it seems that he will actually be receiving a better job… replacing Kathy Bates as the CEO of Dunder Mifflin. This makes me terribly sad. I absolutely love Kathy Bates on The Office. However, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Spader and NBC are in talks. So why a quick exit from Bates? Her new drama Harry’s Law received a second season pick-up and therefore, Kathy needs to focus on that.

Just to be clear, the deals and talks are still in the early stages and are no where close to signing pen to paper, but I think that James would be a welcome addition to the show’s core ensemble. The proposed storyline places him in the series premiere jumping onboard as Scott’s replacement. However, his immediate desire for empire building will get him kicked into the bigger offices upstairs. So once again, the Scranton office is void of a boss… so who will fill the gap once again?

See potential replacements after the jump

Have you been watching The Office lately? If not, you should because with the draw to Michael Scott’s departure, it’s getting really good. To fill you in, Will Ferrell has been introduced as a new character named Deangelo Vickers. It appears that Michael Scott (played by Steve Carell is grooming him to become the next boss of the Scranton Dunder Mifflin branch. However, some new season finale spoilers have me thinking that maybe, things are about to shift once again in the cubicles.

Funny man Jim Carrey has signed on for the season finale of The Office and his character is apparently interviewing for Michael Scott’s job. So what about Deangelo Vickers? Well according to cast member Jim Krasinski, Will Ferrell does not appear in the season finale. Can you imagine? Jim Carrey on The Office? That would be awesome in my opinion.

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