TV Appearances 2002


11-13-2002: Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC) [Article]

11-08-2002: The Wayne Brady Show (syndicated)

11-06-2002: Late Night with Conan O'Brien (NBC) [Article]

11-06-2002: Live with Regis and Kelly (syndicated)

11-04-2002: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) [Article] [Pictures]

10-22-2002: Access Hollywood

10-18-2002: Access Hollywood

05-31-2002: 2002 World Stunt Awards (ABC)

05-30-2002: Late Night with Conan O'Brien (NBC)

05-28-2002: Femme Fatale Special (ET) [Article]

04-20-2002: Virgin Chronicles (MTV)
The debut episode of this half hour MTV program focuses on Rebecca Romijn, and was produced by her husband, John Stamos. Rebecca discusses many of the "firsts" in her life, including first crush, first job, first, uh... etc. At the end, there is a segment called "future firsts," where she mentions her upcoming trip to the Cannes Film Festival: "I'm going to Cannes in the south of France this spring for a movie called Femme Fatale that I did with Brian De Palma, co-starring myself and Antonio Banderas. And it'll be my first trip down the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival."

04-13-2002: ESPN Action Sports & Music Awards: (ESPN, host) [Pictures]

03-02-2002: Primetime Glick (Comedy Central) [Pictures]

02-13-2002: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)

02-09-2002: MAD TV (FOX)
On Saturday, Feb. 9, Rebecca Romijn and Chris Klein, stars of the upcoming feature "Rollerball," receive unwanted attention when they visit MAD TV's set, and Romijn lands the lead role opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger (Sasso)
and Jason Alexander (Caliendo) in the new Broadway musical version of "The Terminator".

02-07-2002: Late Night with Conan O'Brien (NBC) [Pictures]

02-07-2002: Live with Regis and Kelly (syndicated)

02-05-2002: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC)

02-01-2002: The Friday Night Super Bowl Bash (CBS)
A one-hour CBS special airing at 10 p.m. (live ET, tape-delayed PT) from the New Orleans Arena, spotlights Sting and No Doubt performing current hits and classic cover songs. LL Cool J and Rebecca Romijn will introduce performers while Deion Sanders interviews musicians and NFL players.

01-31-2002: Smackdown! (UPN) [Pictures]

01-30-2002: MTV Diary (MTV) [Pictures]

01-09-2002: American Music Awards (ABC, host) [Article] [Pictures]