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Corden Wonders What a Nonpolitical Grammys Would Be Like
Members of the Trump management on Monday criticized the Grammy Awards for that includes Hillary Clinton in a comedy bit. In it, she learn a sensational excerpt from “Fire and Fury,” the White House tell-all. James Corden, who hosted the Grammys, fired again at the “Late Late Show” on Monday, particularly addressing Nikki Haley, the ambassador to the United Nations, who denounced the Grammys’ political second in a tweet.
“I guess Nikki only liked the other nonpolitical parts of the Grammys. You know, Kendrick Lamar’s performance about police violence, or U2’s performance about immigration in front of the Statue of Liberty. You know, lighthearted, nonpolitical stuff.” — JAMES CORDEN
“Well, Nikki Haley, you can tell your boss, some of us love politics without the Twitter meltdowns thrown in.” — JAMES CORDEN
Awaiting the State of the Union
Late-night TV is getting ready for a milestone Tuesday evening: It’ll be the primary State of the Union deal with Trump-obsessed style will get to sink its enamel into. The hosts took some batting observe on Monday evening, and landed slightly a couple of zingers.
“Tomorrow night, of course, is President Trump’s first State of the Union address. He’s not scheduled to appear in front of Congress again until the impeachment hearings.” — STEPHEN COLBERT
“The State of the Union is the one day of the year presidents are supposed to brag about their accomplishments. So he’s been training for this, really, for his whole life.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“They released the theme today. It’s ‘Safe, strong, proud,’ based on the three words he never heard from his father.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“You can tell he’s serious about it because today he hopped on his computer and googled ‘how to do State of the Union address.’” — JIMMY FALLON
“White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said today that President Trump’s State of the Union address tomorrow is must-watch TV. Incidentally, ‘must watch TV’ is also the first thought that goes through Trump’s head when he wakes up in the morning.” — SETH MEYERS
The House sergeant-at-arms allotted a batch of misguided invites to the State of the Union, misspelling it “Uniom.” Mr. Kimmel and Mr. Colbert had some nonsensical a laugh with it.
“If I’m not mistaken, the Uniom was the side that won the Civil Warm. Isn’t that right?” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“Maybe, just maybe, it’s not a typo. I mean, Donald Trump said he would shake things up, he would change things. Maybe tomorrow will be the first State of the Uniom. ‘My fellob Amerimicans: with Dolin Trunk as your predisent, every mang, woban and chilm will know: The state of our uniom is strog. So strog.’” — STEPHEN COLBERT
The Punchiest Punchlines (Logic Edition)
“A lot of artists called out Trump’s immigration policy, including Camila Cabello, U2 and the rapper Logic. Not the first time Trump and logic have been at odds.” — STEPHEN COLBERT, at the Grammys
“President Trump will deliver his first State of the Union address tomorrow, so if you want to know how the country is doing: The State of the Union is being delivered by Donald Trump.” — SETH MEYERS
The Bits Worth Watching
Mr. Kimmel needs to see a rap combat between Jay-Z and Mr. Trump: “Winner gets to be president.”
Mr. Meyers took a dive into stories that Mr. Trump attempted to fireplace the particular recommend, Robert Mueller.
What We’re Excited About on Tuesday Night
Mr. Kimmel is threatening to upstage Tuesday’s giant speech: He will probably be broadcasting an interview with Stephanie Clifford, the previous pornographic-film actress referred to as Stormy Daniels, who reportedly had an affair with Mr. Trump in 2006.
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