New York Mets fan Jon Stewart gave fans a Derek Jeter-esque tip of the cap as he left “The Daily Show” for the last time in Manhattan on Thursday night.
“Daily Show” successor Trevor Noah was on the scene with scarily big shoes to fill.
“I like huntin’, fishin’, and lovin’ every day,” Luke Bryan said on his press whip through NYC this week, that included Jenny McCarthy (left), a chat with Erin Andrews, and a capping performance in Soho for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy 6 Edge + and Note 5.
On Friday, Kevin Hart tried to get as many kids in to the frame, and in to shape, at the Children’s National Medical Center in D.C.
“I attribute my personal and professional successes to not only my self-reliance and determination, but to the inspiration, education and support I received from others,” Lea Michele said in the #ActuallySheCan campaign.
Andy Richter gave Comedy Central’s Andy Daly the “atta boy” for landing Season 2 of his show “Review” backstage at the UCB deep on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles.
Kevin Farley’s documentary about his late brother, Chris, arrives on Spike on Monday, August 10. At a Hollywood premiere, Tom Arnold and Michael Rosenbaum bookended the exec-producer/star.
It does not count if one of the “2 Thumbs Up” is your own. Tom Green and “I am Chris Farley” director Brent Hodge after the STK Out catered screening at the Pickford Center.
“Blunt Talk’s” premiere is not until Monday night at the DGA, but creator Jonathan Ames gave a sneak of his “Hairy” call at the TCA’s for an audience that was bigger than just Seth MacFarlane and Patrick Stewart (pictured).
“Karate Kid” bad boys William Zabka and Martin “Sweep the Leg” Kove made a rare karate-related appearance at Street Food Cinema’s outdoor screening of the classic.
This newest Malibu beach house is in … Dallas, where singer Redfoo turned up for a promo appearance in Texas that had a musical tie to Pandora.
“Who wants to have fun tonight?” Miguel shouted as the Grammy winner grabbed the mic at Up&Down in NYC on Thursday night. Alexander Wang was in the crowd.
Bryan Batt hustles Nic Cage down the carpet at New Orleans political thriller “The Runner” premiere at the TCL on Wednesday night.
Later at Wood and Vine, Batt, Ciera Payton, director Austin Stark and producer Glenn Williamson enjoyed Alchemy’s hospitality.
The 301 (Maryland) to 310 (L.A.) connection was strong at Ben Feldman and Duff “Ace of Cakes” Goldman’s Crab Fest at No Vacancy on August 2.
“The Matrix” star Laurence Fishburne with host Feldman.
Ben Feldman is the odd man out amongst chefs Duff Goldman, Michael Voltaggio, and Bryan Voltaggio. The Sunday afternoon feast gave every cent to Chrysalis, which creates a pathway from homeless to self-sufficiency.
Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell dropped in to Maestro Dobel’s V-VIP piano bar (a tent inside the VIP area) during the three day weekend.
A$AP Rocky got in on the surprise trend, turning up unannounced adjacent to the main stage for a quick “Sunday Funday” party in the tented and elevated Samsung Galaxy Owner’s Lounge in sight, but out of earshot of the main fields.
Girls were camped out early for bubble gum rappers Jack & Jack’s performance at the skyscraper Dell Lounge in Chicago. Bottom right, non-bubble-gum DJ A-Trak spun a Friday night after party after hanging with Dell’s Lauren Mauro and Lisa Martin-Louro at the Windows 10 branded space.
This is the demographic for Jack & Jack.
Marina and the Diamonds closed down Soho House’s weekend of parties in Chicago with her second performance of the day. Sophia Bush was in the crowd for the Bacardi hosted bash.
Chicago-fornication: David Duchovny channeled Keanu Reeves by performing with his band at Bub City.
Mulder led a team huddle backstage.
Jack Antonoff of “Fun” fame is bringing his side project Bleachers to L.A. Let’s call his Hard Rock Hotel set on August 1 a warm up.
Josh Radnor called Emily Best’s name to come on up and accept the IVY Innovator Film Award at SmogShoppe on Tuesday night. Cadillac’s new man in Hollywood, Michael Patrick, cheers at center.
Loyola Law School’s “Hot Topics” Entertainment Law Symposium included ABC Studios’ Howard Davine, Robert Klieger, Jennifer McGrath, and Michael Plonsker amongst others chewing on the changing landscape of the digital media business.