tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC December 23, 2016 12:37am-1:38am PST
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- matthew mcconaughey -- from broadway's "chicago," actress mel b. star of "chasing cameron," cameron dallas. featuring the 8g band with fred armisen and craig finn. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening everybody. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] fantastic to hear. and in that case, let's get to the news. today is our last show of 2016, but we'll be back on january 9th, and then cancelled on january 20th. [ laughter and applause ]
there are just three days until christmas when most of us will celebrate the birth of christ, and mike pence will celebrate history's least planned parenthood. [ laughter and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] donald trump's childhood home in new york city is going up for auction three days before his inauguration. wow, just think, you could own the home that donald trump never grew up in. [ light laughter ] the rock band kiss reportedly turned down an offer to perform at donald trump's inauguration, and it's not the first time trump has been refused a kiss. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: "you're my best friend." [ light laughter ] an 11-year-old has set up a stand in a subway station to offer advice to stressed out new yorkers, and apparently, nobody is less stressed out that his parents.
"mom, i'm heading down to the 4-train and talk to strangers." "okay, have fun." [ laughter ] i still don't know. [ light laughter ] i'm just shaking eggs over a flame. the -- a new poll -- not the new poll. a new poll -- a new poll has found that the most annoying thing said in casual conversation is "whatever." the second most annoying is, "hello, i'm conducting a poll." [ light laughter ] a new study has found that using multiple social mediaplat forms may make you depressed or anxious, while using just one may make you president. [ laughter and applause ] according -- according to new research, drinking cactus water can help cure hangovers, but if you keep waking up hung over in the middle of the desert, maybe it's time to stop drinking altogether, bro. [ laughter ]
mattel is selling a new -- a smart-home version of its barbie dream house featuring a toilet that can actually flush. now all barbie and ken need in order to use the bathroom are genitals. [ laughter ] and finally, a group of models allegedly spent six hours doing a photo shoot in an abandoned warehouse before alerting police that there was dead body inside. at first, they just asked for her diet secrets. [ laughter ] "how do you do it, girl?" you guys, we've got great show for you tonight. he's starring in two fantastic movies, the animated "sing" and a new crime adventure film, "gold." matthew mcconaughey is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] she is starring in broadway's "chicago" and co-hosting "nbc's new year's eve with carson daly," mel b is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ]
and his new show, "chasing cameron" comes out on netflix on december 27th. social media star cameron dallas is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and -- i met cameron for the first time back stage. a very lovely young man, was not wearing a shirt as he walking around backstage, and i got to be honest, it looks great. [ light laughter ] nothing to be ashamed of, looks fantastic. [ light laughter ] and i'm real tough judge of torsos. [ light laughter ] moving on, you know, i'm about to turn 43 years old. i'm married. i have a kid. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, thank you. give it up for 43, but nothing makes me feel older than when i don't know or understand the new slang terms teenagers are using. and it seems like these days, teen slang terms are evolving so fast, that sometimes, it's hard it keep up. and there are some new terms that are actually inspired by the holiday season. so we decided to give you a little primer on new team slang terms in a segment we call "seth explains teen slang: holiday edition." [ cheers and applause ]
♪ [ bells jingling ] >> seth: our first holiday teen slang term is "chronic-kuh." [ light laughter ] let's see what it means. it's when your supply of marijuana miraculously lasts for eight whole days. [ laughter and applause ] here it is in a sentence. i thought i'd blow through my weed the first day at my parents' place, but that chronic-kuh was lit for the entire week. #l'highem. [ laughter and applause ] l'highem. moving on, our next term is "gingerbread house." here's the definition. something you can look at, but you're not allowed to touch. for example, i've been dating julie for six months, now but her family's born again, so she a straight-up ginger bread house. [ laughter and applause ] our next teen slang term is "baby new year." let's see what it means. the guy at your new year's eve party who gets so wasted, he ends up passed out in the fetal position in his underpants. [ laughter ] here it is in a sentence. hey, if you're looking for kevin, he went full baby new year in the bath tub.
#toiletpapersash. [ laughter ] our next teen slang term is "eggnoggles." it's beer goggles for eggnog. [ laughter ] let's see it in a sentence. i shouldn't have had four eggnogs before going christmas shopping at the mall. i thought i was hooking up with an abercrombie model, but turned out to be a drunk mall santa. #eggnoggles. [ applause ] up next, it's "joseph." you might hear a teenager using this word, so let's see what it means. the last one to find out that his girlfriend is cheating on him. [ laughter ] for example, tyler is a total joseph. he still thinks stacey is his girlfriend, even though she's fully pregnant with dave's baby. [ laughter and applause ] coming up next, it's "ball drop." let's see what it means. when someone hits puberty in the middle of your new year's eve party. [ laughter ] for example, kyle must have gone through a ball drop because his rendition of "auld lang syne" just went down an octave. [ light laughter ] our next new teen slang term is "the holy land."
this is new slang -- this is a new slang term. [ laughter and applause ] this is a new slang term teens are using. [ laughter ] just in case you forgot the premise, my writers had to put that in. this is a new teen slang term teens are using. [ light laughter ] that's what again? what are we doing now? the holy land. it's the one chinese restaurant that all the jewish people in your town go to on christmas. [ laughter and applause ] for example, so jealous of having goldstein, i'm stuck here eating figgy pudding while he and his family are mowing down dumplings in the holy land. [ light laughter ] #letmypeoplegotothatrestaurant. [ cheers and applause ] next up, we have "daily double." this has really taken off for teens. here's the -- [ light laughter ] here is the definition. when you drink so much on new year's eve, it looks like there are two carson dalys. hlhl for example, hey, turn it up. the guy from "trl" and the guy from "the voice" are both on tv. #dalydouble.
[ light laughter ] our next holiday teen slang term is "manger." it's the makeshift bed you have to use when your parents have guests over for the holidays. [ light laughter ] for example, mom invited 30 relatives over to the house for christmas, so dad pushed two ottomans together, and i'm sleeping in the manger. [ light laughter ] moving on our next slang term is "jack and rose." you probably remember jack and rose as the main characters from the movie "titanic." let's see what it means. when your date dies before the night is over. [ laughter and applause ] you know, how that used to happen and you didn't have slang for it. [ laughter ] for example, i was all set to get a kiss at midnight, but then, steve jumped off the roof into the pool. #iceberg #jackandrose #myheartwillgoon. [ cheers and applause ] next up, "messolution." let's see what messolution means. when you break your new year's resolution while you're still at a new year's eve party. [ light laughter ] for example, i promised myself that in 2017, i would stop getting blackout drunk and
embarrassing myself, but at 12:03 a.m., i chugged the punch bowl, stripped to my underpants, and ended up full-on baby new year on the front lawn. [ laughter and applause ] #messolution. up next it's "yule log." let's see what it means. the family member everyone burns during christmas vacation. [ laughter ] for example poor uncle barry, he's 52 years old, but no one will ever stop talking about his ball drop back in 1976. he, the family yule log. [ laughter ] last teen slang term is "auld bang syne." what does it mean? well, it's when you sleep with an old acquaintance who should be forgotten. [ laughter ] let's see it in a sentence. remember that guy brian who missed senior year because he was in rehab? well, he was at a christmas party last night and auld bang syne. #eggnoggles. [ laughter ] that was "seth explains teen slang: holiday edition." [ cheers ] we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ these as well. luke!?
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♪put a little love in your heart.♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back everybody. our first guest tonight is an academy award-winning actor you know from his work in films such as "interstellar" and "dallas buyers club." you can see him in the upcoming drama "gold" in theaters january 27th. he also lends his voice to the animated film "sing" which is in theaters now. let's take a look. ♪
>> i am not singing this. >> what's not to like? you're a female and you're a teenager. this song was made for you. >> wow. it's like you can inside my tiny teenage mind. >> i know, right? you just got to add some moves. and a little bit of -- ♪ ♪ hey i just met you and this is crazy but here's my number so call ♪ ♪ me maybe >> go for it. >> oh, you mean like this? ♪ ♪ try to chase me but here's my number so call me maybe ♪ ♪ >> there you go. you're a natural. >> seth: please welcome to the show matthew mcconaughey, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: welcome to the show. >> i like the bass line in your band. >> seth: yeah, that's sid over there providing the bass line.
he will take that home with him tonight. he'll be very happy. he'll be very happy that he heard that. >> good to be here, man. >> seth: great to see you. so here you go. animated film. you play a koala. is that the dream? [ laughter ] >> it was about time. >> seth: it was about time. have you -- is this your -- no. you've -- have you -- you've done animated. >> i've only done it once before. "kubo and the two strings" earlier this -- earlier this year. >> seth: okay. >> and now "sing." and i don't know if you know anything about the films i've been making, i have kids eight, six, and three. i haven't made many things that they can see in a while. [ laughter ] >> seth: oh -- "dallas buyers club?" not -- not really, yeah. [ laughter ] i think that might be the next "frozen." "dallas buyers club." >> "killer joe," not yet. >> seth: "killer joe," that's right. >> "true detective," nah. maybe wait a little bit. >> seth: yeah, exactly. you got to wait a bit. >> yeah, so it's my second one. and it's a ball doing it. >> seth: and a -- koala. and do the kids -- have the kids seen it? >> kids have seen it three times. >> seth: great. and what's their reaction? >> they love it. >> seth: oh good. >> they have a different favorite song every time they leave the theater. they have a different favorite character every time they leave. and if they see it four, five,
six times it's going to be the same thing every time they see it. >> seth: are you -- have you ever been their favorite character? >> i was my daughter's -- my daughter's favorite character right now. >> seth: okay, gotcha. [ light laughter ] >> but -- i got a feeling it's kind of temporary. [ laughter ] >> seth: she's gonna give you another shot. so then next time she'll see it, she'll say, "i didn't feel like your heart was in it that time." >> something. they dig it. i did get a little more clout in the household. >> seth: that's good. >> finally, you know, i play buster moon. his name, this koala. so my kids go see it and pop eyes, what they call me. i have a little extra umpf in the household now. >> seth: that's good. >> i use that leverage. >> seth: okay. >> unfairly. >> seth: what could you use leverage for with children who are eight, six, and three? >> hey, who was the one who was buster moon a koala bear in the movie? come one? >> seth: i see. >> right, side with me. >> seth: oh, you use it in arguments >> hey, oh yeah. >> seth: i got to do an animated film then. you play a koala. a famous -- famously australian. i notice no accent. >> no australian accent.
>> seth: is that -- i think we're finding out why? >> i did live there. [ laughter ] no australian accent. i got asked that. i did a lot of australian presses and they're like, "well a koala's australian. and you lived over here for a year. why don't you do an australian accent?" i was like, "no." it would have been a little too literal. [ laughter ] decided not to. >> seth: but you did. you mentioned you lived in australia for a year. this was between high school and college. >> yeah. >> seth: and then were you -- is it true that you were one of those people that came back from abroad and you actually brought the accent back with you? >> damn right. >> seth: wow. [ laughter ] and this is texas, right? there can't be a lot of people walking around with an australian accent back there. was it -- were people into it? >> the ladies kind of were. >> seth: yeah. [ cheers ] but then -- >> which why i was doing it. >> seth: yeah, but -- >> and also because i was playing -- yeah. it was a lot of my fraternity brothers out there going, "you son of a bitch. you did fake that for a year." yeah, i did. [ laughter ] >> seth: but i would imagine the problem with faking an accent for a year is if you don't move, you have to explain what happens when the regular one comes back,
right? >> no, i actually let everybody know. all my buddies, like one night. >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> they were like, "wait, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa." it's like a year after i'd been hanging out with them. we were in the frat house. and like, "well what happened to your australian accent?" i was like, "gotcha." [ laughter ] >> seth: you played the long con. >> i did the long year con. >> seth: and you actually went back and you taught at your alma mater, ut this year, university of texas. >> we got a class there that -- that we're going into our third year of it. um, it's a class i wish i would have had when i was in film school. >> seth: okay. >> so if you -- any movie you see, if you're privileged to read the very first script, very different. >> seth: very. >> so it's called from script to screen. and all, it's put the science to the magic in that script. what it turns into to get to that two hours of celluloid that you see on film. major changes. and we take them through that chronologically. >> seth: i must be a jackpot to be in matthew mcconaughey -- professor mcconaughey. excuse me, professor mcconaughey's class. >> yes please. [ light laughter ] thank you very much. thank you very much. >> seth: and i also realize i did not raise my hand. and i apologize for that. [ laughter ]
i want to ask, so you got another movie too. again, very different. one for the kids. one for the adults. >> yeah. >> seth: so this film, "gold," you play -- this is about businessman who is trying to find gold in indonesia. and i heard a tale that you were drawn to this character because he reminded you of your father. >> he reminded me -- he's a prospector. he is at the bottom of the barrel living in a -- you know, in reno working out of a bar in reno. and he dreams that he knows the man who knows where the gold is in indonesia. and he -- a blackout dream follows that dream, finds the gold. so what it was was it was somebody that my dad -- my dad would take me around the country to go collect money from people that owed him money. >> seth: okay. >> and as a 12, 13, 14-year-old boy, i was shamed them in to paying him back. >> seth: oh, he brought you as a prop. >> as a prop, yeah, exactly. good move pop. so, but he introduced me to a lot of different characters. or i saw him with a lot of different characters. i mean, there was this one incident.
it was the day before christmas at 2:30 in the afternoon. he says, "come on buddy. let's go get some stocking stuffers." so we get in the car, we drive -- >> seth: that's exciting as a kid that age. >> december the 24th. picking up -- some fingernail clippers, etc. so we're driving there and he gets off the exit of i-59 southwest houston, about four exits early and pulls into this abandoned one-story shopping mall. broken windows. graffiti. we go around back, downed power lines, dumpsters, and a white van that flashes its lights at us. [ light laughter ] we pull up next to it, pop says, "stay here, this is chicago john." [ laughter ] oh my man, this is great. what are we into dad? he gets out of the car and he goes over. chicago john rummages through the back of his van through microwaves and hair driers and stuff and pulls out this shoe box. pulls out this thing wrapped up in paper towels and shows it to my dad. and when he shows it to my dad, i remember, i saw my dad's back. my dad's shoulder is going -- [ laughter ] which was, my dad's way of going, this is something really good.
[ laughter ] the next thing i see is my dad pulls this envelope out of his pocket and i see his elbow going like this. so he is counting off benjis -- [ laughter ] or whatever. >> seth: oh, yeah, that's a benji motion right there. >> he's counting off bills, right? he gets it. he wraps it up. he comes back to the car. he gives a glance to the sky like, i don't know, frickin' helicopters are probably looking for us or something. which they weren't. gets in the car. hands it to me, he says, "put it in the glove box so nobody can find it." it's just me and him. >> seth: yeah. also that's the first place they look. right. [ laughter ] >> so i'm in some little intermodal mafia gig here, i think with my dad. i don't know what it is. we drive for five minutes, he doesn't say a word. finally he says, "buddy, open up the glove box, see if it's still there." i don't know if we have a ferret. i don't know if we have a cobra. but this is really fun stuff. >> seth: yeah, yeah. >> as a 17-year-old kid. i reach in there and unwrap the paper towels. i lay it out on the middle consol and it's a big silver watch.
and i never forget my dad. he leans over, he's like, "god damn, buddy. that's a $22,000 titanium rolex and i just bought it for three grand." [ laughter ] that rolex was not a rolex. [ laughter ] it wasn't worth $400. but the gig, the scam, the shady deal. >> seth: he loved this gig. >> he loved the shady deal. he always said, "i'd rather do a -- i'd rather make half the money in a shady deal with people that are fun than make twice as much money with a bunch of squares." >> seth: wow. [ light laughter ] >> and that's very much who kenny wells was. >> seth: and we have a clip. let's show a clip of kenny wells here in gold. >> 85, 15 slip. if you have the balls. >> kenny, do you have balls? >> open it. [ tiger roars ] ♪
i'm touching a tiger. [ laughter ] >> seth: now that's fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] >> a very shady deal. >> seth: very shady dealer. real tiger. >> real tiger. >> seth: real tiger. >> real tiger. real mcconaughey. as you can see i'm not doing much acting in that scene. i am scared [ bleep ] less. and i am sweating. >> seth: and that was the last day of the shoot? >> how about that for scheduling. >> seth: yeah. >> you guys know anything about a shoot that scheduled the tiger scene as the last shot on the last day of filming. [ laughter ] i'm the producer on the show. i even thought that was clever. [ laughter ] >> seth: cause if you go down, they still got a movie. >> hey, we got everything else in the can. >> seth: he would want us to put this out. >> yeah.
>> seth: that was his last thing. >> in memoriam. [ laughter ] >> seth: i know you're working -- this is very exciting as well. a partnership. you are working with wild turkey. >> yes. >> seth: the good people at wild turkey. >> the good people, the russell family at wild turkey. they came to me about five -- four years ago about being the face of the campaign. and i started sharing ideas with them about how to market wild turkey. and they started -- they liked them. so i said, let me come on as creative director. so i've been helping write and i direct the ads. and we're going into our second one, we'll shoot in february. >> seth: that's fantastic. i mean, i think you are delivering something for, seriously every age group from the animated koala to the wild turkey. [ laughter ] >> wild turkey, another american product and an american invention. bourbon. >> seth: give it up for our matthew mcconaughey, everybody. "gold" is in theaters january 27th. we'll be right back with more late night. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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and we have had such a fantastic week with one of my favorite vocalists sitting in with the 8g band, he's from one of my all-time favorite bands, the hold steady and now his third solo record, "we all want the same things" will be available fo preorder on january 10th. give it up for craig finn, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much for the great week. >> thanks for having me. >> seth: also you guys, fred armisen is here this week. give it up for fred. [ cheers and applause ] fred, we go through this every time we're here. we love tv. you're on multiple television shows, "portlandia," "documentary now," you work here, "snl," you just went back and did some cameos on that. fantastic. you're on tv all the time and yet you still claim that you have time to watch every television show that's on tv. >> fred: everything >> seth: that's impossible fred. that's impossible. and if you just said that to impress me now is the time to admit it is not true. >> fred: no, i love it all. >> seth: okay. so if i name a television show you could tell me everything about it? >> fred: yeah. >> seth: all right, that means it is time once again for fred armisen's extremely accurate tv recaps. ♪
>> seth: all right. the name of tonight's show fred is "the level" on acorn tv. >> fred: oh "the level?" >> seth: yeah. >> fred: you know it? >> seth: no. >> fred: so acorn tv is great. >> seth: okay. >> fred: and they just do like series and they'll sort of like put stuff out like all at once. >> seth: okay. >> fred: so the pilot for the -- the whole thing is an origin story, it's like a separate story from "the walking dead." it's like all "walking dead" related. >> seth: so it's "walking dead" related? >> fred: yeah. so it's like an extension of "walking dead." it's like an origin story of a separate story and -- >> seth: zombies? >> fred: yes. >> seth: okay. >> fred: but it's before the zombies come out. [ light laughter ] you know what i mean? so every episode is every episode is before you see any zombies. so you just feel it. you just feel like, something is gonna go down. they don't reference it because they don't know zombies yet. you know what i mean? >> seth: so you as the audience have a sense the zombies are coming. none of the characters do. >> fred: exactly.
>> seth: but then as an audience member you're wrong because the zombies never show up. >> fred: no you're right, because you know that from the makers of "the walking dead," so that you know that later on oh, okay, in this world, zombies came out. >> seth: so a normal episode is just regular people going about their day? >> fred: yeah. it's on an oil tanker. >> seth: what? >> fred: it's on an oil tanker. [ laughter ] >> seth: that seems like the first detail you should have told me. >> fred: yeah i'm sorry. so yes it's on an oil tanker. >> seth: okay enough. let me tell you what tv guide said. the level is the adventures of two drug squad detectives who actually both calculating law breaking liars with murky pasts. >> before the zombies. >> fred: okay, give it up for fred everybody. [ applause ] >> seth: you know our next guest as one-fifth of the spice girls as well as one of the judges on nbc's hit show, "america's got talent." starting december 28th, she returns to broadway as roxy hart in "chicago" for eight-week limited engagement at the ambassador theater. please welcome to the show, mel b everybody.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> i'm very good. how are you? >> seth: i'm wonderful. i'm so happy to have you here. >> thank you for having me. >> seth: you've been world traveling. you just came back from australia? >> yeah, i was in australia for about six weeks, then i went to london for two weeks, and then launched myself into rehearsals full on in new york. >> seth: yeah, you're opening in less than a week. and you haven't had a ton of time to rehearse, right? >> no, but let's not say that right now. >> seth: well, i'm just hearing your schedule and i'm thinking unless you were rehearsing on the planes you have not had a lot of time. >> no. i haven't had a lot of time. but you know the roxy character, she's a little bit all over the place like me. >> seth: okay. >> as in she's a very emotional woman and very erratic and kind of thinks on her feet. >> seth: gotcha. >> so hopefully that will work out. >> seth: there you go. >> i'm hoping. >> seth: and -- you have three
daughters, right? >> i do. >> seth: are they helpful in this time of rehearsal? >> well i have a 5-year-old, a 9-year-old and a soon to be 18-year-old. so they -- you know, they were kind of brought up and born in america so they've been helping me with my accent. and they kind of take the mickey out of my accent a lot. because when i try do an american accent it doesn't sound very american. >> seth: oh no, in "chicago," i don't need to tell you, here. >> yeah. >> seth: yeah. >> so i'm having a problem with my r's. i mean so much so. my 5-year-old turn around to me and she said, "mommy, why didn't you choose a different part, like a smaller part." [ light laughter ] i'm like "where's the faith." i'm all about girl power and supporting women but i've got my three daughters that are like "oh, geez, mum, are you sure you can do this?" [ laughter ] >> seth: now is there a -- based on ages because obviously you have seen them now all ages, are the -- is the 5-year-old the most honest? is that the way -- >> the most honest. and then also, obviously my 18-year-old, a little bit moody, like you are when you're 18. she likes to kind of jab me with the honest truth also.
>> seth: yeah, so the 9 is really your touch stone. >> oh yeah she is. she actually has been doing like line reading with me. and i don't know if you have seen "chicago" before but it is not kind of the friendliest of scripts. >> seth: yeah it's not a kid's play. it's not "matilda." >> no, it's not "matilda." i'm saying a lot of words and she was asking me, "so what does illicit mean?" i'm like, "i'll tell that a little bit later. let's stick to the regular text." >> seth: by the way, if she is in new york for next eight weeks, she's gonna hear worse than illicit. [ laughter ] >> i know. it was funny because i did yoga here when i first got here and i knew that i was in new york because i tried to hide myself cell phone at the back of the class and the teacher saw me and she went, "for god sakes, get your cell phone out of here!" in the middle of the yoga class. i was like "oh, my god, i'm definitely in new york." >> seth: all right, now everybody find their center! >> umm. [ laughter ] >> seth: and -- obviously your
children travel with you a lot, did they like australia? was that a nice experience for them? >> they loved it. i did put them in to regular public school. i think it is nice for them to be like a normal kid around normal people. having said that, i was kind of on my way to work a lot of the times when i would drop them off. so i would drop them off in a full like face of make-up and hair. they would be like, "mom, can't you be just like a little bit normal?" i'm showing up like a drag act. i'm like "off you go kids." >> seth: they are doing a show in sort of one of these -- you are a judge on many talent shows. >> i am and i don't actually know how that happened. i just kind of fell into it. >> seth: yeah, you're sort of one of our great purveyors of talent here in this country. >> if somebody would have said to me you're going to be a judge on america's got talent. a judge on x-factor. i would go, "really? me a judge?" i get to just sit there and give my opinion. which apparently people sometimes like and sometimes they really don't, but i love it. >> seth: it seems as though being opinionated comes fairly easily to you. is that safe to say? >> yeah, i can't help it,
physically. >> seth: it doesn't strike me that you are fighting to hold back your real opinions. by the way if you're wondering where your 5-year-old gets it. >> i know right? [ laughter ] >> seth: does it change, you know being in the situation where you sit behind a desk and you watch people audition on those shows. does that change the way you audition when it comes around time for to you do it? >> well i did actually audition for "chicago" about nine years ago. >> seth: oh wow. >> and i did the whole workshop. and then spice girls went off and did a tour. then it just so happened that i had time this year. i had time off. i had four months off. and then i filled it by being here in new york. and for me, it is not just about doing "chicago", it is a play that is amazing. it's been running for 20 years. but to be in new york at christmas time, i've never done that before. my kids are so happy and excited. it is just lovely here. i love it. >> seth: it's great. first one's the best. the second one is okay. [ applause ] [ laughter ] no but it is a great city this time of year. you mentioned the spice girls, 20 years. this is the 20th anniversary of the spice girls.
[ cheers and applause ] >> i know it is kind of crazy. >> seth: what is your -- what are your daughters' relationships with the band? are they familiar with it, the music? >> well i was in london for two weeks and they all came and surprised me onset which was really nice. >> seth: on fantastic. >> and it's funny cause my kids don't really see them as real people. my kids see them as baby, sporty, posh and ginger. i'm like, they have real names. yes, so it was kind of nice. i think for my kids, you know, they want the spice girls to get back together. >> seth: sure. >> especially my 5-year-old and my 9-year-old. >> seth: yeah. we all do. >> they kind of miss that cycle sort of i'm hoping once we all get our schedules sorted out we can actually celebrate and say thank you to the fans for all their support and stuff. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: and it must just be fantastic. yeah, give it up. the fact that you are all emotionally in a place that would be okay to get back together, i think says a lot about all of you as people. >> yeah we've all grown up, we're not bitches any more. >> seth: yeah well there you go. something for us all to look forward to. thank you so much for being here, such a pleasure.
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has an elf on the shelf that talks to santa. and my friend david has a mensch on a bench that tells him all about hanukkah. >> but we're not christian. >> or jewish. >> but we want one. >> it's not easy being an atheist parent during the holidays. >> god knows we don't care. you know what i mean. but it's hard on the kids. >> well now, there's a logical solution. >> introducing, skeptic on a stick. the holiday toy for atheists. >> skeptic on a stick teaches our children secular facts. not religious fables. >> christmas trees start dying the moment they are separated from their root system. >> skeptic on a stick tells my child the holiday message i want her to hear. >> santa claus is just a marketing ploy created by the coca-cola corporation in the 1930s. >> thanks for taking that one, skeptic.
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literally. skeptic on a stick. order in the next 30 minutes and get the little bummer boy absolutely free. [ laughter ] >> rising sea levels threaten 1 billion people in coastal seas. barum bum bum bum. >> call today. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back. our next guest is one of the biggest social media influencers in the world. his netflix series "chasing cameron" starts streaming december 27th. let's take a look. >> find my phone, please. honestly, help me find my phone. >> check in -- did you change pants? >> when you texted me back you said you were in the apartment. >> this apartment's so small how can i lose it in here? that's what i don't get. like how do i lose things in here? >> do you get separation anxiety when you lose your phone? >> do you think i do? i don't know. >> please welcome to the show, cameron dallas, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
>> seth: how are you buddy? >> i'm good. how are you? >> seth: i'm so happy to have you here. you're our first social media influence here we've ever had on the show. >> awesome that's great. thank you. >> seth: yeah. for those of us who don't know, explain exactly what that job is. >> yeah, so basically being a social media star, we're kind of like young entrepreneurs in a sense where kind of going back to the traditional media where we have kind of our own platform and nowadays with modern technology people have the freedom to choose who they want to watch and thankfully i've had amazing fans that watch me and i'm able to produce things that i want to produce and kind of make things i want to make. >> seth: and just to give a sense for those who don't know your following 17 million followers on instagram. >> yeah. >> seth: more than obama. more than the pope. those are the big guys. >> the pope's pretty big, yeah. >> seth: the pope's a big guy. >> aren't there like a bunch of them? >> seth: yeah that's true. when you add up all the popes, they have more instagram followers. >> there you go. there you go. they beat me. >> seth: but -- what was your
first instagram post? cause again i think it is very important for people to understand this. you started at zero. you did not -- it wasn't like you all of a sudden got a television show on a conventional network. you are a kid who had zero instagram followers. what was your first instagram post? >> i actually got instagram for the first time in my science class. there was this really cute girl next to me and she was telling me about it right. instagram have filters. >> seth: gotcha so you hadn't heard about instagram? >> no clue. no clue. i don't know what it is about the filter but it makes you like that much better looking. >> seth: sure, i'm heavily filtered on this show right now. >> yeah -- thank god yeah i have make up on and stuff. no, i do. >> seth: yeah, we both do. [ laughter ] >> that's something a lot of people won't admit but yeah so i ended up getting it and like i didn't understand the concept so i would upload the photo and delete it right after. >> seth: sure. >> i didn't know what followers was but -- like a lot of teenagers instead of studying for my classes at home, i was on my phone. i ended up learning what instagram was and what having followers meant and how you could build your own brand through that.
>> seth: and so from that day to 17 million, how small a window of time was it? how long did it take to get there? >> i started in 2011. so coming up -- >> seth: five years like 17 million people, that's unbelievable. let's try our game out here. i'm gonna take a picture. yeah, and i'm gonna put it on the show's instagram page and we'll see how we do. all right, um -- >> should i take one on mine too? >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. take one on yours. we'll do you first. [ light laughter ] okay, great. >> all right here. >> seth: i'm going to post that. and then you post one too. and tell me if you have any notes, please. >> stick your tongue out or something like that. >> seth: okay, cool. just be cool? >> be funny. >> seth: alright, be funny? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay great. alright so let's -- i'm sharing it now. and we'll just check in and see how we are doing as far as likes go. are, are you putting anything? post yours. what are you saying in your caption? >> i don't know. do you want to pick your filter? i don't know what you look best in. >> seth: put me in the one that makes you look funny. what happened? >> look at this photo. >> seth: that's great.
okay that's a very good photo. show it over there. show it to them. that's like two young guys. [ laughter ] that's two social media entrepreneurs. >> young stud. you look good. >> seth: that's great. i have 11 likes, just fyi. i want to ask you real quick about magcon. this is something you started. it's sort of like a comic con. it's sort of like a coachella. but mag standing for meet and greet con. >> correct. >> seth: and this is your idea. convention, this is a chance for you guys to be able to able to interact with your fans, social media stars. >> yes. yes. so i don't know if you've ever been to like a meet and greet at comic con or just a meet and greet in genral. it's very quick. so with magcon, the whole sense is like you actually get to spend time with your fans. and you get to say hi to them. meet their parents. you get that really that, interaction that you pay for. >> seth: now you mentioned of course -- because your fans are younger a lot of times obviously they'll have their parents when they bring them to something like this. how are parents -- are parents ever excited to meet you or are they ever sort of -- >> i have some really excited parents sometimes. and -- there is this one
instance where because there's three different ticket types basically for magcon. there's general, priority, and vip. and vip get's like, they get to meet us and everything. >> seth: i'm a general guy and then i just -- >> yeah, yeah. well i mean some people can't afford it. so we like to stay and we like to sign things for everyone at the show after the show. so we stay and we actually meet with people. we were setting that up there was one of these moms where as like, we were signing it, we were going through and we hear like a large scream. so like ah. we all look. naturally you look up, right? and as i look up there is this mom just sprinting, full on sprinting towards me, and i'm like, "yo like what's going on?" is something going on with her kid? i'm looking behind me. like what's going on. she runs right towards me and kind of just like grabs me and pulls me up and starts kissing my cheek. i'm like, "yo, yo, yo, what's up, what's up? i'm trying like to play it down -- >> seth: she lost her mind is what's happened. >> i don't know i didn't really ask her. i like calmed her down. and i was like, "thank you so much." is your daughter over there? she's like, "yeah. "you want go back with her?" she's like, "no."
>> seth: can i tell you something else? that daughter didn't want to go with the mom either. [ laughter ] >> no the funny thing is that the security guard came up to me, he's like "yo, did you see that?" i'm like, "yeah i saw it, she came up and picked me up and kissed me on the cheek. you're supposed to be helping me." >> seth: i like that the security guard thinks his job is, i watch stuff go down and then i make sure people saw it. [ laughter ] >> he's like, "did you see that?" "did you see that?" and i was like, "yeah." i was like, "you saw it too right? he was like, "no." i was like "what?" >> seth: alright let's check in real quick before we go here. how many likes you got? cause i don't want to brag but i'm at 89. >> 89. >> seth: 89 and that's a solid 89. these are good people. >> yeah do you have any comments? >> seth: i have two comments. >> what are the comments? >> seth: have fun and who's he, he's hot. i guess that's about me. >> i'm at -- 20,000 likes. >> seth: 20,000 likes? so pretty close. when you think of how many people are on earth, that's very close. when you think of how many years the planet has been around, that's like nothing. >> there you go. >> seth: we're a couple of social media superstars.
thank you so much for being here man. really a pleasure. >> thank you so much. >> seth: thanks for explaining your world. cameron dallas everybody! "chasing cameron" starts streaming december 27th on netflix. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ my world. with this ring... you are my true love, my ideal. with this ring, i will love you...forever. kay jewelers is the only store to bring you... the visibly brighter leo diamond. tolkowsky-the first-ever ideal cut diamond. and our very own now & forever collection. you'll find all three only at kay, the number one jewelry store for... yes! ♪ every kiss begins with kay. hi, we(laughter)lford quads. we're in 8th grade. technology is the only thing that really entertains us. i'm gonna use this picture on sketchbook, and i'm going to draw mustaches on you all. using the pen instead of fingers, it just feels more comfortable for me. be like, boop! it's gone. i like that only i can get into it and that it recognizes my fingerprint.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to matthew mcconaughey, mel b, cameron dallas. what are you at? i am at 132. >> i am at -- i'm at 30k. >> seth: 30k. fred armisen, craig finn, and of course the 8g band. stay tuned for "carson daly." we'll see you tomorrow. happy holidays, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ >> carson: welcome to "last call." tonight from 97.1 amp radio, this is where i host the morning drive radio program in los angeles every morning. if you're in the area, be sure and chk it out. t