Steve Martin does not want a portrait of Stephen Colbert. Even if Frank Stella, Shepard Fairey, and Andres Serrano try to convince him otherwise.
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Rico Rodriguez (better known as Manny from Modern Family) was the cutest kid in the world on The Tonight Show last night -- becoming ""The Ridiculous Rico"" to perform magic tricks for Jay Leno and Jeff Bridges.
Arianna Huffington stopped by Conan and gave this little nugget of truth: people don't want to pay for news unless it's financial or very weird porn.
Amy Adams told Jimmy Fallon about what it's like to see Mark Wahlberg get punched in the face. I bet he was all like, ""Hey! Don't get me staaahdid, or I'll knock ya teeth out!"" You know, because he's from Boston! Ha! Get it?!
Barbara Walters and David Letterman talked about her list of the most fascinating people and, wow, Ms. Walters got a little defensive. Meow!
Helen Mirren -- a.k.a. the classiest woman on Earth -- talked with Jimmy Kimmel about her first film, which featured a nude scene. But then, Kimmel took things to a different level. ""I watched that movie yesterday,"" he said. ""Just the nude scenes."" Way to go, Kimmel. Way to go.
Michelle Williams stopped by The Daily Show and Jon Stewart gave her some news: she won an award for her new film Blue Valentine, but she didn't even know!
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