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then stay tuned for "stupid and afraid." >> announcer: it's "the late show" with stephen colbert. tonight, baltimore problems! plus, stephen welcomes idris elba, maude apatow and musical guest perry farrell, featuring jon batiste and "stay human." and now, live on tape from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause ) ( theme song playing ) >> stephen: hello! whoo! howdy! howdy doody! perfect! perfect! ready to wrestle. do you wrestle? do you wrestle? have a seat, everybody! thank you very much! what a lovely crowd, what a lovely, lively crowd!
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they're alive on this planet. welcome to "the late show." i'm your host stephen colbert. i'm going to start the show... ( cheers and applause ) i'm glad to hear it. i love the energy in this room right now. i'm going to start the show tonight with some, and i hope i'm pronouncing this correctly, good news? ( laughter ) is that right? it's been a while, it's been a while. ( laughter ) as you know, my friend jon stewart has been working with police and firefighters, and other advocates-- ( cheers and applause ) --for a couple of years now, to try to get congress to permanently reauthorize health care for 9/11 first responders. it was a no-brainer, and eventually, they got congress to wrap their no-brains around it. ( laughter ) ( piano riff ) today, donald trump held a ceremony in the rose garden to sign the bill. it was a good thing, done by a terrible person. ( laughter ) like when vlad the impaler would give each of his victims a starbucks gift card. ( laughter ) thoughtful. >> jon: oh wow.
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>> stephen: and, like he has in other recent speeches, trump ha- sounds. >> in a few moments, i will sign the bar-partisan to fully reauthorize the nine-elective-- eleven-- victims compensation funds. >> stephen: ( as trump ) "it's like they always say about that terrible day, 'narver fahglep.'" ( laughter ) narver fahglep, jon. >> jon: that's what they say. >> stephen: "never, narver, narver, fahglep." ( laughter ) trump told the first responders he didn't only stand with them now, he also stood with them "then." >> many of those affected were firefighters, police officers and other first responders. and i was down there also. but i am not considering myself a first responder. but i was down there. ( audience reacts ) >> stephen: trump just can't help but insert himself into everything. ( as trump ) "i just watched "end game." great movie. the iron man and the fat thor-- and, i was there, too.
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i don't consider myself, i don't consider myself an avenger. because i was rooting for thanos." ( laughter ) "he had some good ideas." ( cheers and applause ) ( piano riff ) to claim that, while you're not a first responder, you were down there with them after 9/11 has got to be the worst thing i've ever heard. if he hadn't already said this: >> i was down there, and i watched our police and our firemen down on 7-11, down at the world trade center right after it came down. everyone who helped clear the rubble-- and i was there, and i watched, and i helped a little bit. ( audience reacts ) >> stephen: ( as trump ) "yes, i helped out a little bit on 7-11. ( laughter ) of course that was in july, so things were fine. ( laughter ) so glad i wasn't there on 9-11,
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i hear it was not good, not good." ( laughter ) "narver fagleb." ( laughter ) ( piano riff ) but i do think it's remarkable that our president claimed to stand by the heroes of one of america's great cities. because he spent the weekend trashing another great american city. and i'll tell you all about it in our ongoing segment: "is donald trump a racist?" episode three-- million. ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: i don't know. >> jon: been going on for a long time. >> stephen: previously on "is donald trump a racist?" yes. ( laughter and applause ) but some people, some people still aren't convinced. not even after his twitter attack this weekend on chairman of the house oversight committee and man watching his white coworkers explain "get out" to him, elijah cummings. ( laughter )
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cummings recently criticized the conditions at the mexico border, so trump took offense, tweeting, ( as trump ) "rep. elijah cummings has been a brutal bully, shouting and screaming at the great men and women of border patrol about conditions at the southern border, when actually his baltimore district is far worse and more dangerous. his district is considered the worst in the usa dot, dot, dot, dot, dot, dot, dot, dot, dot, dot as proven last week during a congressional tour, the border is clean and efficient, well run, just very crowded. cumming district is a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess. if he spent more time in baltimore, maybe he could help clean up this very dangerous and filthy place." ( audience reacts ) ( booing ) trump is president of the united states. fun fact: do you know where baltimore is located?
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the united states. (singing as trump) ♪ god bless america except baltimore ♪ they've got rats there no maga hats there ♪ i avoid it because they are poor ♪ ( cheers and applause ) ( humming ) now, a lot of people called trump's words racist, so he fired back on twitter: "there is nothing racist in stating plainly what most people already know, that elijah cummings has done a terrible job for the people of his district, and of baltimore itself. dems always play the race card when they are unable to win with facts. shame!" oh, so the only reason to call somebody racist is because you can't win an argument with facts. interesting.
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he continued, "if racist elijah cummings would focus more of his energy on helping the good people of his district, and baltimore itself, perhaps progress could be made in fixing the mess that he has helped to create." ( as trump ) "i'm not the racist, he's the racist. after all, i wouldn't have said anything racist at all if he was white!" ( laughter ) now, reverend al sharpton announced that he was going to do an event in baltimore today to protest trump's racist tweet, so trump fired out another one: "i have known al for 25 years. went to fights with him and don king, always got along well. he 'loved trump!' he would ask me for favors often." oh, that's nice. they're friends. "al is a con man, a troublemaker, always looking for a score. just doing his thing. must have intimidated comcast/nbc. hates whites and cops!"
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here's how out of touch the president is, he thinks "hates whites and cops" is more damning than, "hung out with donald trump and don king." ( laughter ) trump sent out, trump sent out staff and harry potter explaining that voldemort's got some good ideas. ( laughter ) mick mulvaney. mulvaney went on the fox news sunday, where a friend of the show, chris wallace brought up the pattern of trump's racism: >> you say it has zero to do with race, there is a clear pattern here, mick. the president tweeted about john lewis, a black congressman that he should-- this is before his inauguration-- he should spend time in his crime-infested district. then, two weeks ago, he goes after these four members of "the squad," all women of color, and says they should go back to the crime-infested countries from which they come. then he talks about elijah
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cummings and he says his district is rat and rodent- infested. infested. it sounds like vermin. it sounds subhuman. and these are all six members of congress who are people of color. >> i think you're spending way too much time reading between the lines. does anybody-- ( crosstalk ) >> wallace, i'm not reading between the lines. i'm reading the lines. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: nicely done! nicely done! >> jon: hey, that's the line! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: nicely done! bravo! bravo! chris wallace just stepped up to mick mulvaney and said, hey, mick, read between these lines." one imagines, one imagines. ( cheers and applause ) mulvaney continued: >> does anyone watching this program dispute the fact or the possibility that if adam schiff has said the same thing about the border, that the president
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would be attacking adam schiff the exact same way today? >> i don't think he'd be talking about his crime-infested, rodent-infested district. >> he very well could. it has zero to do with the fact that adam is jewish. ( audience reacts ) >> jon: whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! >> stephen: wow! pro tip: if you're trying to distance yourself from accusations of being a white supremacist, maybe don't use the excuse, "donald trump's not racist-- he'd say the same thing about jews!" ( laughter ) another trump defender on the sunday shows was florida senator rick scott. he was on nbc's chuck the meet, and his brain done broke. >> but that justifies a racial resentment tweet in response? is that presidential leadership? >> well, look, i, i, look, i didn't do the tweets, chuck. >> stephen: ( as scott ) uh, oh, ah, ehh, oh... i'm just... ( stammering )
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( piano riff ) i'm just going to keep making sounds till you cut to commercial. uh oh, ah, ehh, oh! laug ) before that interview started, fun fact, rick scott had a full head of hair. ( laughter ) and it wasn't just baltimore. trump also tweeted, ( as trump ) "speaking of failing badly, has anyone seen what is happening to nancy pelosi's district in san francisco. it is not even recognizable lately. something must be done before it's too late." ( as trump ) san francisco used to be a beautiful city where joe dimaggio would drive a cable car right up to your house with a hot rice-a-roni. ( laughter ) today, tony bennett left his heart there and it was stolen by a homeless guy. ( laughter )ump r york, los angeles, and chicago, and called the people owstupid. at this rate, he's going to take
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( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: jon batiste and "stay human," everybody! ( cheers and applause ) jon, i am super excited.
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i've wanted an interview from our first guest for a long time. >> jon: hey. idris elba is here tonight. >> jon: oh wow, oh yes! ( cheers and applause ) >> jim: one of the biggies. can't wait to see him come out here. >> jon: yeah, yeah. >> stephen: first of all, folks, this is your official reminder that tomorrow and wednesday are the second round of democratic party primary debates. that's right, it's going to be a real-- and i believe i'm coining this term-- donkey show. ( laughter ) and, that's not all. because "the late show" will be live after the debates, both nights, tuesday and wednesday. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: i'm on live, i'm on live! >> stephen: yes! we will be live on tuesday. we will be live on wednesday, which means i will be dead on thursday. ( laughter ) there's going to be 20 candidates -- oh, hello. there's going to be candidates onstage over the two nights. that is so many candidates, the property brothers are in there and you didn't even notice we
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put them in there. ( laughter ) right down over there right in the middle. ( cheers and applause ) i'm, even i'm having trouble remembering who they all are. which is why i'd like to bring someone on the stage right now up here to help me get them straight. this is "the late show's" "guess who... is probably not going to be president." okay, i need someone to come up here and help me. ( cheers and applause ) do we have a volunteer? raise your hand, if you want-- i saw you first. there you go. hey, come on up, come on up. thanks very much. there we go-- come on up, we'll put a mic on you there. have a seat right here. please, thank you very much. all right. ( cheers and applause ) hi. >> hi. >> stephen: what's your name? >> i'm christie. >> stephen: i'm stephen. thank you so much for being here. where are you from. >> i'm from seattle, washington. >> stephen: you'reg way >> >> stephen: do you come to new york often? >> no, this is our first trip. >> stephen: oh wow, who is we? >> my son is with me here
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tonight, and my husband and daughter, they're out exploring the city now. >> stephen: okay, do you understand what we're going to do now? >> a little bit. >> stephen: i am going to hold up actual photos of actual democratic candidates, these are people who are running for president, who will be in the debates, over the next few days, and i want to see if you can identify who they are. ( laughter ) all right. you ready for this? do you vote? >> yes. >> stephen: good for you. well, you should, okay. ( cheers and applause ) so important. okay, christie, can you tell me who this man is? look at the monitor and you'll see. can you tell me "name this candidate"? >> no. >> stephenau this is corado senator michael bennka fu: gan is "michael bennet 2020: a chicken in every pot, a sporty fleece on every dad." ( laughter ) now that i've told you his name,
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does it ring a bell? >> it rings a little bell. >> stephen: okay. >> but not the slogan. >> stephen: that is a death knell for his campaign. ( laughter ) can you name this woman? she's a friend of oprah. >> oh, yes, marianne? >> stephen: what? >> but i can't think of-- >> stephen: her last name? >> stephen: she doesn't need a last name. she expresses everything through one sound. ( laughter ) this is marianne williamson. if you're having trouble remembering her, i recommend opening your heart chakra and inviting the universe to gift the name into your head. ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) i'm going to kick up the difficulty level here a little bit, okay? >> i'm not doing well to begin. >> stephen: going to get a little tougher. you're doing great. again, you are like most americans, you don't know whalt. which one of these two is
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democratic candidate and senator kirsten gillibrand and which one is kate sidly, the number one real estate agent in putnam county, five years running? ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) no help, no help from the audience, please. which one is which? >> left is -- >> stephen: which one is gillibrand and which one is-- don't, no help! >> i don't know. >> stephen: which one is which is the real estate agent and which one is gillibrand. >> real estate agent. >> stephen: that's correct. this is the real estate agent. this is kristen gillibrand. oh, she won! ( laughter ) i forgot, i forgot there was a point system. >> i'm on the board? >> stephen: yes. but if you're looking for a modest three bedroom with good bones and good schools, don't wait, call kate. okay? >> okay, all right. ( cheers and applause ) here's a toughy.
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this is not fair. who is this? no, i know. i know. >> sorry. >> stephen: i don't know either. ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) i was hoping if you could tell me. >> i don't know. ( piano riff ) >> stephen: okay. here's a gimme. who is this candidate? who is that? >> biden. >> stephen: i sorry, what? >> joe biden. >> stephen: it is. it's joe biden. ( cheers and applause ) of course, this is vice president joe biden. of course, the photo he prefer i show you is this one. ( laughter ) thank you for playing our game! ( cheers and applause ) >> thank you for having me. >> stephen: we have some gifts for you. we have some gifts for you. this is to help you get through the debates. ( laughter )erso here's one, may i put this on you? >> yes. >> stephen: here's one that just says "i guessed randomly." ( laughter ) thank you so much.
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( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: hey, everybody! welcome back to "the late show"! ( cheers and applause ) ladies and gentlemen-- ( cheers and applause ) ladies and gentlemen, you know my first guest from "the wire," "luther," and "the avengers" movies. his latest is "fast & furious presents: hobbs & shaw." >> what's the problem, boys? is it hot? must be hard being so-- human! aaahhh! aaahhh!
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aaahhh! aaahhh! >> stephen: please welcome idris elba! ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: ordered a special audience just for you. >> thank you! ( cheers and applause ) wow.
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a standing ovation, i can't believe this! >> stephen: not everybody gets that. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you for having me, man. >> stephen: how is your summer so far? are you busy man? talking about this movie or have you had a chance to sort of have fun? >> no fun, no fun whatsoever. just work. it's been busy. i deejay as well as act every now and then. >> stephen: really, jon and i were talking about that before the show. jon said you were a good deejay. >> oh, thank you! thank you, bro. i do my thing, i'm doing a residency at ibiza every friday, at the moment. >> stephen: every friday you fly to ibiza to deejay. it sucks being idris elba. >> it sucks! ( laughter ) who wants to do that? so, i'm always tired and yeah, but had a great summer. >> stephen: you don't look tired in the clip. when you signed up, did you think it was going to be fun or daunting to do that much action in this movie. >> it was going to be daunting, because the director david leitch, he loves, he did "john wick." he has these really big sequences, he's a former-- >> stephen: highly choreographed.
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>> it's also daunting because i was going to be working with dwayne and jason, you know. >> stephen: who's more daunting between the two of those? the idea that i'm going to be in the fight scenes with dwayne the dwayne johnson or jason statham. >> it's jason. >> stephen: really? yeah, he's just, like, wiry. the rock is kind of like, give me a hug, boy, you don't want to fight. come on, bring it in. >> stephen: he's a big, loveable teddy bear is what he is. >> he is. >> stephen: now you are, this is a serious and personal subject if you don't mind me asking but we like to get into deep subjects sometimes on the show. >> yes. >> stephen: you are currently the reigning sexiest man alive. ( cheers and applause ) ( piano riff ) and i believe-- >> it's so weird, because as soon as someone mentions it, my eyebrows do this weird thing where it's like, yeah. it never happened before.hen't . can't help it. ( laughter ) now you will be officially the
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sexiest man alive, it's for one year. this goes until november. >> whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, it says alive. >> stephen: yes? >> it says as long as i'm alive. ( laughter ) >> stephen: well, hey, here's the thing, your co-star dwayne johnson was the sexiest man alive in 2016, so how can there be two sexiest men alive? it's like the highlander, there can be only one. ( laughter ) >> dwayne hasn't let it go. >> stephen: he hasn't? >> it's sad, it's sad. >> stephen: no? what are some of the responsibilities of being the sexiest? >> well, in that year where you are allotted the sexiest man, the idea is to, you know, be sexy, do sexy things-- >> stephen: say go to ibiza every friday to deejay, that's one of them. >> i got married, this year. >> stephen: oh, congratulations. ( cheers and applause ) >> thank you. >> stephen: that's a sexy thing to do. >> yes. >> stephen: yes? >> to my beautiful wife, and that was considered a sexy thing to do, so, yeah-- >> stephen: sure. hopefully she finds you sexy and so that helps seal the deal.
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>> she does. she loves its when i do this. ( laughter ) >> stephen: can we get a close-up, they cant' quite see what you're doing. let's get a close-up on three because it's real sexy. >> okay, here we go. this is normal. say sexy. >> stephen: sexiest man alive. ( laughter ) ( applause ) >> it just happens. you do it a little bit, too, stephen. >> stephen: what? ( laughter ) ( piano riff ) >> stephen: i was. >> you got it. >> stephen: there was another film you're in that everybody is obsessed with right now, and it's "cats." >> oh, yeah. >> stephen: you play-- what's the name of your character? >> macavity. >> stephen: macavity. >> i play macavity. >> stephen: and we have a picture here, the internet is all abuzz with a trailer which came out last week, and here you are as macavity. >> can you see me? >> stephen: right there. >> hey! ( meow ) >> stephen: is all of that digital? are you wearing any of the, is it like a suit with ping-pong
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balls and they add on the fur? is there any prosthetic work involved? >> the fur coat is mine, i mean literally mine. and, the hat is real. the ears aren't real, the eyes are real. i had to wear these incredible contacts. >> contacts, yeah? >> but the rest is the wonderful magic of movie making. can i tell you, though, when i was working on "hobbs & shaw," just after that i went to work with "cats." i was working with dwayne and jason and as soon as they found out i was working on "cats," this was their favorite thing to do as i walked on set. we were doing a fight scene. i'm walking in, looking all bravado. and they'd say, hey, idris, what you're doing next! ( laughter ) and the crew would be, like, what are you doing next? and i'm like-- ( clearing throat ) "cats." i don't know, "hobbs & shaw, "fast and furious,"-- "cats." ( laughter ) it's just-- >> stephen: i've never seen "cats." can you tell me or explain to me what the plot of "cats" is?
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>> ah, wow-- what a way to throw me under the bus there. >> stephen: yes. >> no, it's a classic. it's a big musical. >> stephen: sure, i'm familiar with that. >> andrew lloyd webber. >> stephen: right. >> and it is, i guess it's about a cat-- ( laughter ) >> stephen: maybe more than one. >> how am i doing? >> stephen: very good. >> and it's one cats journey towards what is essentially "cat heaven." >> stephen: oh, okay. >> and the idea is we all, we aspire to get toward cat heaven. there's this young cat and she gets sort, you know, of taken on this story about how to get to cat heaven or what you should do to get into cat heaven. how am i doing? does anyone know what the story is? ( laughter and applause ) >> stephen: that is the best explanation of the plot of "cats" i have ever heard. i understand you went to cat school. >> yes. >> stephen: what is cat school? >> okay, so cat school-- so tom hooper who directed it,
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amazing director, did "le mis," he's very detailed. he wanted the actors to really embody the feline, you know, persona, the vibe. and so, he instructed this lovely lady, her name is sarah i think. and she was a cat expert and in fact, not only was she a cat expert but she was also an expert on how humans should play "cats." ( laughter ) >> stephen: that's a job? i mean, she's been waiting forever for this movie to be made! ( laughter ) come on! come on! come on, i've wasted my life! i've wasted my life! come on! ( laughter ) so what did she teach you? how does a human walk as a cat? >> okay, so. >> stephen: could you teach me? >> ah, yes. yes! ( cheers and applause ) well, see, you've got it all wrong. >> ste: what have i got to at so rst of all, she spoke to us about the anatomy of the cat. we had to understand the bone
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structure, how the hips and everything work, and all that. and what you realize is it's all about the shoulders. there you go, i can see it. and cats-- ( cheering ) oh! you did a little diddy bop there, that's good. ( laughter ) so, but the thing is cats prowl, they sort of prowl. sort of one shoulder in front to have the other, and it's a bit of that, yeah. and then yeah, there you go. and then she would say to you, what's that noise? ( laughter ) ( piano riff ) ( meowing ) >> stephen: i don't know-- >> you know. >> stephen: i don't know if you're a great teacher or if i'm a genius. i can't tell between the two of those. >> you're a cool cat. see what i did there? >> stephen: wow. well, idris, it's so nice to have you here. >> thank you very much. >> stephen: thank you for being here. "fast & furious presents: hobbs & shaw" is in theaters this friday. ( cheers and applause ) idris elba, everybody! we'll be right back with actress
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a magical place...that's lookin' to get scared! halloween time is back in disneyland and disney california adventure parks!... ( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey, everybody, welcome back! ladies and gentlemen, my next guest is an actor you know from "knocked up," "funny people" and "this is 40". she now stars in hbo's "euphoria."
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please welcome, maude apatow! ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: nice so see you again! >> hi! >> stephen: nice so see you again! >> thank you for having me. oh my god, it's crazy! >> stephen: it's our pleasure! i've had your parents on many times. >> yes. >> stephen: leslie mann and judd apatow. and they-- talk about you. >> they do? >> stephen: does that bother you at all? >> um, yeah, sometimes. i mean-- >> stephen: they don't think it does. >> they throw me under the bus a lot. >> stephen: they think it's okay. we have a clip here of the number of times your parents have talked about you on the show. >> oh! >> stephen: jim, can we roll this, please? your daughter maude was going off to northwestern university. >> well, she's back. so, she came back. >> stephen: oh, she's back home. >> she dropped out. >> stephen: okay. >> is that bad? >> my kids do not like anything, they're not interested. >> she's not, like, a slob,
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she's fine-- >> stephen: no one said she's a slob. ( laughter ) >> thanks. >> this is how spoiled my kids are. they've met taylor swift three times. >> stephen: is your daughter really going to be okay with you talking about this? >> she told me not to, but-- ( laughter ) >> stephen: did your parents get in trouble from you? >> yes, i was not happy with my mom for saying that, really, but i'm not going to say anything about them because i'm not petty like that. ( laughter ) >> stephen: you can emancipate yourself. you can emancipate yourself. now, is your family excited? is this your first time on a late night show? >> this is my first time, yeah. i'm so nervous right now! i can't even like-- ( cheers and applause ) thank you. m freang out.ingbefine.h, inow.? >> stephen: do you think your folks are watching tonight? >> i don't think they're watching, but they called me beforehand and told me everything is going to be fine, and i kind of believe them. >> stephen: yeah. >> but i'm still hoping everything is going to be fine--
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>> stephen: is anyone in your family an idris elba fan? because they might be watching for idris because he's on tonight. >> my grandma is the biggest idris elba fan of all time. >> stephen: oh, really? >> i told her i was going to be on the show with him and she was so excited, she's never been more proud, so. ( laughter ) >> stephen: has she seen your work? has she like, seen "euphoria?" >> i said she's not allowed to watch "euphoria," so this is, this is good for her. >> stephen: and is that because there are so many penises on "euphoria"? ( laughter ) that show has been known for kind of balancing out the showing of full male nudity, to kind of balance out the many years of full female nudity on hbo and other places. >> you know, i don't know if i feel comfortable with her watching it. maybe that's just because she's my grandma. >> stephen: i'm not comfortable with your grandmother watching it. >> oh yeah. >> stephen: i know that much. ( laughter ) mm-hmm. you know, thut-- drake is the executive producer, right? >> he is. >> stephen: that's kind of exciting. >> it's crazy, i love drake. >> stephen: have you spent time with him? >> yeah, so i wasn't on set when
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drake visited at first, but when he came back, i was there and we were shooting the halloween episode where i was dressed as bob ross. >> stephen: i think they sent me a picture. i was wondering what this is about, and that is-- >> that is literally the day that he visited. ( laughter ) ( applause ) so, yeah, he basically didn't tell anyone he was coming. so we are just shooting that scene literally that exact moment when i opened the door and it was revealed i was dressed like bob ross and, yeah, he just sort of snuck up on us and i was really caught off guard. ( laughter ) ( applause ) and he kind of, like, saw everyone and he hugged everyone and then he saw me and he shook my hand! ( applause ) i didn't know what to do, so it was just, like, yeah, yeah.
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>> stephen: well, it's an alarming image, i've got to say. >> no, he sort of like looked at me and i think he wasn't sure what was happening and sort of, yes. but, then i saw him a few weeks later at an event and he went, "bob ross!" and i was like, ah, yeah, good thing he know that, but-- >> stephen: speaking of idris elba, i know that you're a big fan of musical theater. >> i am, yes. >> stephen: and did you listen to idris elba's explanation of what "cats" is about? ( laughter ) >> i was watching and i was, like, i don't know even know how he's doing that, it's so complicated. i don't know how he could explain it. >> stephen: i thought he did a good job. but i've never seen it. have you seen "cats"? >> i have. i was in "cats" when i was nine. >> stephen: yes. yes. i know. ( cheers and applause ) i know because your parents sent us a home movie of you-- ( laughter ) jim-- >> no, no! ♪ another day is dawning touch me
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♪ it's so easy to leave me all alone with the memory ♪ of my days in the sun ( cheers appla >> what is happening? ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: brava! brava! >> oh my god. ( laughter ) >> stephen: the season finale of "euphoria" airs sunday on hbo. maude apatow, everyone! >> thank you! >> stephen: we'll be right back with a performance by perry farrell. ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) es. hoolathunk in es. we kp special k.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: brava! bravo! maestro! perry farrell, everybody! we'll be right back. from the couldn't be prouders
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>> stephen: now stick around for james corden. good night! captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh ♪ are you ready y'all to have some fun ♪ feel the love tonight don't you worry ♪ where it is you come from it'll be all right ♪ it's the late, late show >> reggie: ladies and gentlemen, all the way from israel in stars


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