Comedians D.L. Hughley and Amy Sedaris are among those who will guest-host "The Late Late Show" while CBS and producer Worldwide Pants search for a permanent replacement for Craig Kilborn.
Michael Ian Black and ESPN/sports radio host Jim Rome will also take turns as host of the late-night show, the Hollywood trade papers report. "The Late Late Show" is currently in reruns; new episodes are scheduled to begin Sept. 20.
Sedaris, the star of Comedy Central's "Strangers with Candy" and an upcoming feature film based on the show, frequently has been mentioned as a possible replacement for Kilborn because of her connection to "Late Show" host and Worldwide Pants principal David Letterman. She's been a guest on Letterman's show several times, and both the "Strangers" series and film are Worldwide Pants productions.
The company produced the NBC series "Ed," which co-starred Black. The actor is also known for his commentary on VH1's "I Love the ..." shows.