If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Jimmy Kimmel had the honor, once again, of revealing People's new Sexiest Man Alive. But first, Jimmy had the audience guess who it might be, hiding the man's face and disguising his voice. The audience first learned that he was taping his spot from London, he has an "accent," he has never been Sexiest Man Alive before, he's married to a celebrity, he's not an actor, he has kids, he has tattoos, and -- the clincher -- he used to be an athlete. After a guess of Nick Carter (?), someone finally asked if it's David Beckham. And it was! David, 40, thanked his parents, his hairdresser, his stylist, and Photoshop for the honor. Jimmy asked if he had anything to say to the "gross, ugly losers like Matt Damon who are not Sexiest Man Alive?" David's classy response: "Maybe next year." Josh Hutcherson was also on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote the last "Hunger Games" movie and he talked about being homeschooled. Turns out, he went to an "awkward" homeschool prom in Kentucky. Josh also recalled the fake ID Kimmel gave Josh when the young'un was first on the show at age 13. They showed a clip from that old appearance. Josh was so cute! Over on "The Tonight Show," there was a four-way special NASCAR relay race outside in Rockefeller Plaza between Jimmy Fallon, Justin Bieber, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and The Roots' Tariq. They each paired up with a driver competing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship -- Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr., and Kyle Busch. It was the coolest nighttime relay race through the Plaza, set to the sounds of girls screaming for Justin. JB won, so that just shows what happens when people Beliebe in you!
Conan O'Brien is in Armenia, so watch him and his assistant Sona visit an Armenian marketplace. Conan proceeds to say a bunch of wrong things, to the delight of everyone. Watch more Armenia videos here. Stephen Colbert, a die-hard fan of Star Wars, has vowed to buy any and all Star Wars products on the market. He showed off his old Luke Skywalker soap belt kit and mocked the new Cover Girl ads. "The Forced marketing integration is strong with this one."
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