Steve Grand became a viral sensation after he posted a music video to YouTube about unrequited love between he & another man. Hailed the first openly gay country artist, Steve opens up about when he knew, his Catholic roots, & his forthcoming album.
He‘s one of Nashville’s finest. It’s Dierks Bentley! Larry joins Dierks on stage at Hollywood’s Cinefamily Theater to chat about his new album, life on tour, and the current state of country music.
Titillated by sex in Sochi? Torn over Fallon’s first week guests? Comedians Dave Rubin, Andy Daly and Maz Jobrani tackle the day’s hot topics, and the age-old question: do people on Tinder get married?
Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz is in. The bassist and proud dad opens up about what Macklemore has proven, what he hid from his parents, and his apprehensions about reuniting the band. Plus, Pete talks fatherhood and his plans for a big family.
John Cena sits down with Larry to talk about his new fitness program '10 Weeks BodyChange,' the return of Hulk Hogan and the upcoming WWE network.
As of 2012, 88% of the corn crops in the US are genetically modified. Curtis Stone, Monsanto’s Dr. Fraley & a panel of experts debate the safety of GMOs, the extent of their testing, & whether GM foods should be labeled in part one of this special.
Media personality & reality star Jack Osbourne joins Larry to chat about his life changing diagnosis, going from a party-centric lifestyle to changing dirty diapers, and growing up on television. Plus, Jack opens up about how he overcame addiction.
Actor, producer, and all-around hustler Seth Green joins Larry to explain why people take issue with “Dads,” the power of Seth MacFarlane, and why Affleck isn’t the right pick to play Batman. Plus - Larry and Seth duke it out, improv-style.
Talk show host, former politician and newsman, Jerry Springer, stops by to chat with Larry about everything from political predictions, to his beloved New York Yankees, and why his namesake show has stood the test of time.
Vernon Davis is one of the NFL’s most well-rounded athletes. The star 49ers tight end goes in depth with Larry about his various off-the-field pursuits and comments on some of the NFL’s hottest topics!
Larry profiles the cast of Criminal Minds! Longtime stars Joe Mantegna and AJ Cook dissect their characters, their co-stars, and discuss how the show has changed them. Plus - AJ and Joe on Criminal Minds’ Emmy snub.
There’s no other performer quite like him. It’s Meat Loaf! The timeless-talent dishes on his classic album Bat Out of Hell, the price of fame, and his recent political endeavors. Plus, what to expect when Meat’s show hits Las Vegas Boulevard!
Larry sits down with country music singer, Martina McBride, to talk about tolerance, how she has managed to stay out of the tabloids, and going from a small town in Kansas to becoming one of country music's biggest stars.
Terry Crews might be the most likable guy in Hollywood. The actor and ex-athlete is all candor as he discusses his awe over the Golden Globes win, how he saved his marriage, and why this man calls himself a feminist. Plus, Larry gets a pec pop tutorial.
He’s the crown jewel of comics. Stan Lee -- who gave the world Spider-Man, Iron Man, & the Fantastic Four, among many others -- sounds off on the Marvel movie franchise, why today’s top writers choose comics, and the most amusing person he knows.
Larry sits down with rapper turned actor and producer, Ice Cube, to talk about his new movie with Kevin Hart, his early years with seminal rap group, NWA, and his thoughts on rap music today.
TV legend Oprah Winfrey talks with Larry King about the difference in each generation's experience with racism.
Comedians Tom Green, Theo Von and social media expert David Begnaud talk with Larry King about the controversy surrounding the casting Ben Affleck as Batman.
Actress Sharon Stone talks to Larry King about her HIV/AIDS activism and how it has affected her career.
Actress Gina Gershon chats with Larry King about her love life and step parenting.
"Hardball" host Chris Matthews answers social media questions from fans.
"Modern Family" Star Jesse Tyler Ferguson tells Larry that when marriage equality is legal in California, Mitchell and Cameron will get married.
Former Romney Spokesperson Richard Grenell calls for new leadership in the GOP and for the replacement of current RNC chair Reince Priebus.
Rachael Ray talks about Julia Child's influence on American cooking.
Lisa Lampanelli explains how her fight with Victoria Gotti resulted in the longest board room ever on "The Celebrity Apprentice".
Mentalist Lior Suchard tells Larry King about how President Bill Clinton suggested that he be used as a mental weapon against Iran.
Former US Secretery of Defense Donald Rumsfeld tells Larry King about his support for DADT and ambivalence towards same sex marriage.
Actor Jason Bateman and Actress Melissa McCarthy answer questions from social media.
Country music singer Tim McGraw opens up to Larry King about his relationship with his father and stepfather.
T.I. discusses the limits of current gun control legislation, asserting that the law fails to protect people from the criminals responsible for mass shootings.
Reputation Expert Howard Bragman theorizes that Manti Te'o's sexual orientation may play an important role in his recent public controversy.
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