Stephen Colbert Teases Jonah Hill About Homophobic Slur (Video)

"The Daily Show" gets a new correspondent and Anderson Cooper talks his McDonald's addiction on "The Late Show."
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After a teary Tonight Show apology for making a homophobic slur, Jonah Hill was asked to say sorry for a different transgression on The Colbert Report Wednesday, when Stephen Colbert asked Hill if he wanted to address "the elephant in the room."

"It was revealed you are friends with Adam Levine. Would you like to apologize? Because I have had 'Moves Like Jagger' in my head for three years, and someone needs to say their  f---ing sorry for that."

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Earlier on Comedy Central, new Daily Show correspondent Michael Che made his debut with a well-informed report from Syria that blew Jon Stewart away. So much so that Aasif Mandvi showed up to express his jealousy. 

Anderson Cooper confessed to David Letterman that he is a secret McDonald's eater. "Once a month I allow myself the number one meal and I super size it," he revealed, saying his last trip to the golden arches was on his birthday. "I said it was my birthday, and she looked at me like I was the loneliest and most pathetic person on the planet. Did I expect her to give me a Happy Meal?"

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On The Tonight Show, Tom Cruise faced off against Jimmy Fallon in a round of "Face Breakers." The pair took turns in throwing balls at a wall of glass painted with their faces, and the first to smash all of his opponent's faces won.