Craig Goes Large at Largo
Craig Ferguson drew a sellout crowd to Largo in Los Angeles last Thursday to watch a live on-stage version of his SiriusXM radio show. With his guests Thomas Lennon, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Judd Apatow, comedienne Claudia O’Doherty, Josh Robert Thompson and show writer Joseph Bolter. After spending a couple of weeks in New York this spring and producing a live show on stage, they’re gearing up for a two-week run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August. If you’re the traveling sort, enjoy Peruvian flute bands and don’t mind hanging out with throngs of semi-intoxicated people at any hour of the day, you can get your tickets on our Live Comedy Tour page.
Red Nose Day
The American version of Red Nose Day, hosted by Chris Hardwick and aired on NBC last week, raised a remarkable 35 million dollars to help children in poverty here at home and around the world. In its 25 year history in the UK and three years so far in the US, the event has raised more than a billion dollars. And it’s not too late to make your donation.
Corden To Host Grammys
As reported by GoldDerby.com and others, Late Late Show host James Corden has been invited to host the Grammy Awards for a second time. He was well-received in his first year as host in 2016. He has hosted the British equivalent to the Grammys, the Brit Awards, five times and has hosted the Tony Awards.
Since it’s the modern era and Craig is doing a radio show, he prefers phone calls to snail mail. But just for fun, he answered a few letters:
Video courtesy: Craig Ferguson Show
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