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“Late Late” Guest Host Hoedown
Who wants to guest host the Late Late Show?
That’s the question CBS executives are asking this week as they frantically line up talent to sub for former host Craig Kilborn, who left the show last Friday after five years.
Kilborn caught CBS off guard last month when, in the middle of contract negotiations, he announced he was not returning to his 12:35 a.m. show. Now, the Eyeball has its eyes on two other members of David Letterman’s Worldwide Pants production crew for weeklong gusting duties, according to Variety. Ed actor and frequent VH1 pop culture pundit Michael Ian Black has made the cut, as has Strangers with Candy funny lady Amy Sedaris.
Both Sedaris and Black are under contract with Worldwide Pants and are no strangers to the world of late-night television. Sedaris performed several well-received skits on Letterman earlier this year.
Other names that pass the smell test, according to published reports, include sports-radio personality Jim Rome and actor-comedian D.L. Hughley.
Who goes on first and for how long remains unclear at this stage–CBS has so far declined to comment on the search.
Fans of Vince Vaughn will be disappointed to know that despite Vaughn’s friendship with Kilborn and his brilliant fill-in work for Letterman during Dave’s medical hiatus last year, the actor will not be guest hosting for the Late Late Show. Vaughn’s publicist confirmed Wednesday that Vaughn is busy with feature-film projects and will not take on additional work.
The Late Late Show remains in reruns for another three weeks before CBS starts bringing out the guest hosts September 20.