If Jews really do “control the media,” Colin Jost asked, “How are we still seeing a new interview with Kanye every day?”
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“Don’t worry, I’m feeling very confident about this erection,” the “Saturday Night Live” impersonator said, repeating an actual gaffe made by the Georgia candidate.
“You know an interview’s gone off the rails when you’re watching it thinking, ‘Gee, I hope Alex Jones can talk some sense into this guy,’” the late-night host joked.
In this exclusive clip from the comedian’s new holiday special, he embodies Mariah Carey as Christine Baranski’s character from ‘The Grinch.’ And it is spectacular.
The late-night host also joked that Graham and Ted Cruz have been spending more time with Walker “than he’s spent with all of his children combined.”
The breakout comedy star of 2022 talks stealing scenes in “Fire Island” and “I Love That for You” and taking center stage in his new holiday special “Have You Heard of Christmas?”
In his first big TV interview since “the Slap,” Smith opened up to Trevor Noah about what made him snap on Chris Rock in such a public, violent way.
In response to Trump describing Fuentes as a “guest whom I had never met and knew nothing about,” Kimmel joked it’s the “same thing he says whenever Eric comes over to eat.”
The stand-up comic talks catfishing his son in “I Love My Dad,” Elon Musk ruining Twitter, and why he wishes Dave Chappelle was more “open-minded.”
“Even Hannity cut away from him!” the “Late Night” host said. “That’s like the National Zoo cutting away from their live panda-cam.”