tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC April 13, 2016 12:37am-1:37am EDT
[ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- anna wintour. from "barbershop: the next cut," actress and rapper eve. music from the last shadow puppets. featuring the 8g band with fab moretti. [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] fantastic to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. a new poll shows donald trump
new york's republican primary. trump is so confident, he's even stopped doing his hair. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] a new poll has found that bernie sanders is the most likable of all the presidential wi ndidates. which, let's face it, is kind of like being the best dressed person at walmart. [ laughter ] the cast of abc's "scandal" is set to appear at a fundraiser for hillary clinton later this month, unless she loses in new york, in which case she would like to speak with the folks at "how to get awayinith murder." [ laughter ] house speaker paul ryan, this afternoon, issued a formal statement ruling himself out as a potential replacement candidate if there's a contested republican convention. and you know things are bad in
dropping out of the race. [ laughter ] "just in case, i'm not interested." [ laughter ] the white house science fair is tomorrow and once again, joe biden waited until today to start his volcano. [ laughter ] tomorrow night will be kolby bryant's last nba game. he says he's looking forward to retirement and his teammates are looking forward to finding out at the ball feels neke. [ laughter ] "ooh, it's got tiny bumps on it. this is so much fun. it bounces." [ applause ] an iowa man was arrested this weekend for masturbating for up to three hours while riding the bus. [ laughter ] passenge on the bus said they were horrified and also a little insulted that it took him three hours. [ laughter and applause ] hillary clinton and new york mayor, bill de blasio were
a racial joke at an event this weekend. said hillary, "i love black people, i'm even letting a couple live in my house right noamw. [ light laughter ] just for a bit, then i'm moving in." the voice actress of "dora the explorer" is being accused of getting her friend expelled from school after peer prshsuring her into vaping. hand if you think that's bad, caillou's discovered needle drugs. [ laughter ] well he's pretty happy about it. [ laughter ] a new study is being conducted as to why a town in italy is home to over 300 residents over the age of 100 despite a diet filled with cigarettes and wine. said the residents, "actually we're 30." [ laughter ] "this is what you look like when you smoke and drink all day, we're 30." a museum in england is claiming
roman troops drank from penis shapab pots to make each other laugh and improve moral. that story again, england was conquered by a bachelorette party. [ laughter ] and finally, a new study shows that the human body responds to sex in the same way it responds to working out. in both cases, it's annoying when people don't wipe off the equipment when they're finished. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen -- [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show for you tonight. she is the editor and chef of "vogue" and the subject of a new documentary, "the first monday in may." one of our friends, anna wintour is back on the show. [ cheers and applause ] so excited to talk to her. from the film "barker shop: the next cut" eve is joining us on "late night" tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and we will have music from the english rock super group, the last shadow puppets this evening. [ cheers and applause ]
[ applause ] as i mentioned, my wife gave birth to a baby boy about two weeks ago. so we're in -- yeah, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] and he's doing a pretty good job of sleeping. i'm doing a terrible job of helping. [ laughter ] mostly because he's been waking up at midnight and 4:00 a.m. and i'm just -- i'm a pretty sound sleeper, so he can -- my wife basically, he cries. my wife will pick him up, take him out of the room, feed him, and come back in. and i just don't hear anything. and i feel bad because i'm trying to be helpful. and i basically said to my wife when i go to sleep, please wake me up. and i think she just reached the conclusion it's just easier to do it, and not wake me up and have me ask her 100 questions at 4:00 in the morning. but last night, i really outdid myself because i slept through midnight, i slept through 4:00 a.m., and then at 5:00 a.m. i woke up because i thought i heard them in the other room. and so then i yelled into the other room, "hey, do you need my help!"
sat bolt upright. [ laughter ] basically saying, "hey, could you -- i know you don't have to wake up and help, could you not wake me up a third time?" [ laughter ] and then i felt bad because once i woke her up, i made her feed me. [ laughter ] i feel like maybe she could make me a sandwich. no, my wife is doing a fantastic job. and i'm sorry she's stuck with a such loser like me. moving on, you know, when i watch a tv show, i watch it all the way to the end because i want to see the closing credits. i like to know who worked on the production. and it turns out, some shows have some surprising credits you may not have noticed. we're going take a look at some of them now in a segment we call, "hidden credits." [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: let's get started. first, "empire" is a huge hit ovlaer on fox. you've got your production assistants, your boom operator, but then there's this right here, there we go. slap coach: tanya evans.
a lot of slapping on "empire." interesting fact, tanya got her start working on mexican soap operas. [ laughter ] next up, you have probably seen the hgtv show, "tiny house hunters." i don't know why i think you've probably seen it. [ laughter ] it's about people who are looking for tiny homes to live in. and i have to say, i was surprised to see this in the credits right here. there we go, tiny realtor: brad regan. [ laughter ] turns out brad's the only one who's small enough to get into the tiny houses. and here's a picture of brad. there you go. [ laughter ] next up, the critically acclaimed cbs show, "the good wife." and they definitely couldn't do the show without -- here we go right here -- gavels provided by gary gower's galleria of gavels. [ laughter ] and i'm also happy to say, gary gower's galleria of gavels is now a sponsor of our show as well. gotta get a gavel? gotta get a gary's gavel. go to gary gowers galleria of gavels. you'll have no objections to their prices. order in the store -- [ knocking ] at gary's.
[ iecheers and applause ] >> seth: t hey giveens $7 for that. [ laughter ] next up, the fox documentary series, "cosmos," which explores the vastness of our universe. here's something i did not expect to see in the credits, right here. there we go. screened in front of a live, totally baked studio audience. [ laughter ] so baked that they remain completely silent. [ laughter ] next up, "intervention" is still going strong over on a & e. and if you look closely at the credits yo ll notice this. right here, untouched macaroni salad provided by karen. [ laughter "i don't know how many times we have to tell you this, aunt kaoen, we'my trying to onvince him to kick heroin. your macaroni salad is not going to fill that hole." "i know you are craving heroin, but have you tried some macaroni salad?" [ laughter ]
it's the heroin of macaroni. next up, "vinyl" is an hbo show about the mu c industry in the 1970s. i've seen every episode but i only just noticed this right here, there we go. cocaine played by powdered milk, drip consultant: actual cocaine. [ laughter ] they wrote the whole first season in 45 minutes. [ laughter ] now i recently read an article about how the most popular show on netflix is actually the classic nbc sitcom, "friends." and it turns out, this guy was instrumental to the production. right here, there we go, theme song clap voice-over artist: dwight kruger. that's right, the cl s in the "friends" theme song are actually done by famed voice-over artist dwight kruger. ann.d this is pretty cool, we actually have some classic fobeotage of dwight, live at work, behind the scenes in the "friends" sound booth. let's take a look.y. [ clapping ] >> that was good right? [ laughter ] so what's this? a show about friends, they say? i don't think it's going to fly.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back. and please, give it up for the 8g band, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: also, sitting in all week long, he's the drummer from one of my favorite bands, the strokes, fab moretti is here. [ cheers and applause ] be sure to catch the strokes on friday, june 3rd, when they headline the governor's ball festival on randall's island right here in new york city. great to have you here, fab. thank you so much. >> thank seth, thank you for having me. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: now, as i mentioned, just had a baby a couple of weeks ago and it's been so nice coming to the office. everybody i work with has been so supportive. so excited. and then last night, my writers asked to talk to me.
>> seth: what's going on. >> seth, you're probably wondering why we called you in here. >> seth: i am. because that's not how the boss/employee relationship works. [ light laughter ] >> have a seat. >> seth: again, not how the boss -- >> seth, please! >> seth: okay. >> seth, we brought yo in here today because the writing staff is havd g a major problem that, quite honestly, it's really affecting our work. >> seth: oh, my god. guys, what is it? >>fi lately, it doels like you love this new baby more than us. [ light laughter ] >> seth: i do. >> seriously, it feels that way sometimes. >> seth: it should feel that way all the time. [ light laughter ] guys, it's my child. >> you are not listening. [ light laughter ] you never listen. i'm sorry. i'm sorry. m just really upset. seth, can you get us some water? >> seth: no. >> mike, do you have something you want to say to seth? >> what's the point?
important here. >> it's just that the other day you were like running around the office, like my wife had her baby, my wife had her baby. and that's fine. i have nothing against her. but i had just gotten a haircut that morning, and you didn't say a word. [ light laughter ] >> seth: my wife just had a baby. >> oh my god, i heard you the first one million times. you're just obsessed. and even asked you, seth. i was like, seth, did you get a haircut, assuming you would say it back to me. you were just like, no. >> seth: well look, mike, i'm really sorry. if it makes any difference it's a great haircut. >> i want to stay mad, but honestly thank you. >> no, stay mad. when is the last ti e you showed a picture of any of us. and i ven gave you one to show people, seth. [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah, as i told you, i felt really weird about that. >> really weird? you know what? how is this for really weird, genius? [ knocking ] >> seth: that sounds fun. >> well then, whose was it?
calls. [ light laughter ] >> well, we're getting a baby for the office. and we're going to talk about it so much we'll see how you like it. >> seth: oh, that's a terrible reason to get a baby. >> it is the best reason to get a baby. >> seth: you are not getting a baby for the office. >> why not? it will be fun. he can hang out in the green room during the day and then we'll take turns bringing him home at night. >> i can't tonight, i have a thing. >> i also have a thing. >> yeah, i got a thing. >> i'm free, but i'm just not really into babies. >> i can do tonight. >> seth: you are not going to do tonight. >> let me guess, you are? it's never ending with this guy. you think you're like the queen of the babies. >> i want you to stop seeing him. [ light laughter ] >> seth: i am not going to stop seeing my newborn son. >> jenny -- i don't think she's coming back, seth. >> who cares, you will probably just replace her with your baby. >> seth: i'm not hiring my baby to work on the writing staff. >> oh my god, you're going to put him in the band.
as saying i am very mad about your baby joining the band but also very excited because that sounds incredibly cute. >> seth: guys, my baby is not joining the band. look, i'm a dad now. and that's my first priority. but, i'm very sorry if i've neglected any of you. almost everyone here is very important to me. [ light laughter ] >> wait. am i the one -- [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> okay. >> he can accept that. >> seth: thank you. >> and you'll start passing around my head shot? >> seth: michelle, i still feel weird about that. >> hey, are we on for that dog fight on saturday? >> seth: we were never on for a dog fight on saturday. >> next question, what are you doing with the leftover breast milk? >> seth: we're not going to talk about that. >> maybe i come in dressed as baby and suck on you -- >> seth: nope, i'm going to stop you there. let's definitely not. [ baby crying ] >> wait! is the baby here? >> no, that's just jenny, she's still pretty upset.
[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "l tate night." our first guest is editor-in-chief of "vogue" magazine and the artistic director of "conde nast" publications. she's also featured in the new documentary, "the first monday in may," which opens in theaters this friday. let's take a look. >> we're struggling to make this work right now. we still have three people that
have seats at the moment. >> can we block off the middle part in here and just make a little hole here? >> nobody erwould be happy. >> could we do something between these two pillars? this is what they're concerned about. >> this is not art. this is a pillar. >> oh, no. please, tiffany. [ talking over each other ] >> yeah. >> seth: please welcome back to the show, anna wintour. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: lovely to see you, as always. >> thank you. congratulations, seth. >> seth: thank you so much. >> i hear you just had a baby. >> seth: i did have a baby, and the last time we saw each other, and i'm so excited to see -- say where it was, we were at kanye west's fashion show. >> we were with our sunglasses. >> seth: we both wore sunglasses. don't usually wear them inside, but you gave cover to do it. and you knew. you guessed that we were going to have a baby.
if i remember rightly, we were both mesmerized by north west. >> seth: yes. >> "nori" to her best friends. and i looked at you, and i said, "seth, when are you and alexi going to have a baby?" and you went red, i mean, bright red. , it didn't take a genius to figure out what was going on. >> seth: yes, and then, that -- so we were at kanye west's fashion show, which i thought was fascinating. and then you went to his next fashion show -- >> i did. >> seth: at madison square garden. >> i did. >> seth: and it was maybe a little bit less fascinating. >> well, i got there very early beincause i came to do -- i got here about 1:00 this afternoon, and -- [ laughter ] >> seth: you are known for being prompt. >> and they put me in a huge, sort of, v.i.p. section, and i was the only person sitting there for a half hour while we were waiting for -- >> seth: this is so sad, anna. this is you, sitting alone. [ laughter ] >> alone, abandoned, embarrassed. >> seth: and now, also because of your reputation, i feel like ople look at this empty section, and they might think you requested that. [ laughter ] >> possibly, but actually, we
to arrive on that, and jay z. so, eventually, they did turn , and "the life of pablo" concert started, and "the migrant chic" fashion show started, and they were both wonderful. but after 45 minutes, i did happen to notice that jay z had slid away. so, i thought maybe i could sneak out after him without anybody noticing, but i slid into the basement of madison square garden. and i was lost there for a half and hour asking various people to let me out. [ laughter ] and i don't know if you have been0in to the basement of madison square garden, but -- >> seth: no, because i don't wear sunglasses inside, so i see exit signs. [ laughter ] >> i was really in tears, and then, this little security guard came uotto me and said, "did your son play baseball for collegiate?" and i said, "yes." i said, "oh, i was his ach. can i help you?" and i said, "yes, please take me out of here!" [ laughter ] look like someone who would be fie,neha beingn the basement at madison square garden. someone is like, "can i help you?" you're like, "no, i'm good.
laughter ] so, the film is about the annual, sort of, staging of the met -- >> yes. >> seth: the met ball. >> yeah. >> seth: and one of the things we see is the seating chart, and that is such a fascinating part of the documentary, putting the seating chart together. >> yeah. >> seth: how much a role do you play in that?d>> well, i look across from my office. i look at the office of the events director, and in her office, she has a seating chart. and for the six weeks, there are six or seven beautiful "vogue" girls sitting in that office, looking at the c hart. and they don't ever seem to move anything around, seth, they just look at it. and occasionally, i will walk over there and say, "sylvana, can i help you?" and they look at me as if i had just arrived from outer space, soir then, i go back into my office. but somehow, miraculously, it all works out. >> seth: and now, it's also -- we have seen the documentary, you're very -- you're exacting about the details of how you want the night to go. how exact -- are you -- is that true? does this documentary sort of
>> yes, absolutely. last year -- i hoke a wonderful neighbor, called "baslam" -- >> seth: a fantastic director. >> a great director, and -- >> seth: i'm very happy that you are neighbors. that makes -- i feel like you live in a street that's like 100 feet above the sea. [ laughter ] >> he helps me in all things creatisi. and last year, i swear, he and i discussed napkins for hours and hours, decades, even. and i still can't remember which napkin we ended up choosing. >> seth: that's maybe a good lesson not to spend that much time this year. >> yeah. [ laughter ] well, the other thing that we spent a lot time talking about is how to move all our guests from cocktails into dinner because you've been to the met. >> seth: yes. >> it's just several blocks long. so it's a subject of much discussion. so we like to use musical instruments. >> seth: mm-hmm. >> because bas is a musical director. and we have tried trumpets. we, for "anglomania," we had bagpipes. and then, for some extraordinary
triangle. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] >> it didn't work. >> seth: yeah, that's a very quiet -- >> nobody -- >> seth: it sounds like people cheers-ing -- >> yeah. >> seth: so, in a cocktail party, a triangle is not smart. also, so do you ever have -- do you have fun when the actual met ball starts? i mean, i know you have to worry about the details, but do you do such a good job of locking it all down, that you can enjoy yourself throughout the thing? >> no, i'm really, really worrying about why the receiving line is going so slowly, and why so and so hasn't arrived, that was a quite an interesting dress, things like that. [ laughter ] but, one thing i do have a little bit of control over is my own table. and this year, i have sat myself next to tim cook and idris elba. so i think i'm gonna have a lot of fun. >> seth: that's fantastic work. well done. i mean, tim cooke, that's fine, but idris elba, well done. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> seth: very well done. you mentioned noticing people's dresses as they walk past you. and i think from the fashion shows and even the picture i
reputation, sort of, stoically, sitting and wearing your sunglasses. are you -- what are you watching and seeing when you're at a fashion show? >> well, i'm usually thinking, "when is this show gonna end?" >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] you're like a lot of us. >> i mean, i have seen a lot of very inspiring fashion shows, obviously, but some of them are a little bit, well, "seen that, done that." so, i spend a lot of time looking at the audience because that's a fashion show in itself, and you're looking to see how many people are taking selfies and how many people are not looking at the fashion show, like myself. >> seth: mm-hmm. >> and, it's a kind of theater. so, it's, you know, you take away from it what you can. >> seth: and are you trying -- is part of it that you don't want anything to know what you're thinking? is that something that you set out to do when you sit there? >> i'm not usually thinking anything very interesting. [ chuckles "was that black or was that navy?" [ laughter ] >> seth: i think people are like, "wow, i'd love to be in her head." and then, they heard that, they go, "oh, okay."te[ laughter ]
>> right. >> seth: so, i want to ask about this as well because "the september issue" was a fantastic documentary about "vogue." yes. >> seth: so, this is -- you have been followed by a documentary crew before. were you more guarded or less guarded this time, having a crew sort of follow you around? >> wel i have learned that people that made documentaries e very sneaky people. >> seth: yes. >> they are so polite and so kind, and very, you know, quiet. they never get in the way. theyijust tollow you around until you make a complete fool of yourself and say something that you deeply regret. d i promised myself that i would be a lot more cautious this time, but after a while, because andrew is such a kind man and such an elegant man, and so quiet, you just forget that they're there. >> seth: yeah. >> it's a very, very dangerous trap. >> seth: was there anything in this one that you regret after seeing it, or are you okay with it? >> well, they seem to have an extraordinary obsession with the way i walk. >> seth: uh-huh. >> so they would follow me, walking corridors of "vogue," walking down the street, walking
and i actually have a really ugly walk. and having seen the film, i realized that i have to take a lesson from kendall. >> seth: yeah, like a runway model. >> --how to walk. >> seth: yeah. the other thing i will say, which you might not notice as much,it's fun watching you walk in the hallway. it's more fun watching how other people react when they see you coming. that, because in "vogue," it's very funny to watch when you come down the hallway, other people, it's like, their posture changes. it's like, "oh, hello." [ laughter ] and also, i want to talk about the music at the "met ball" because you have to choose a performer every year. last year was rihanna. >>nt yes. >>eth: and, so, the documentary, we see that there is some drama as to the budget for rihanna's perfromance, being there. you've got every penny's worth. it was fantastic. >> she was amazing. >> seth: she was amazing. that mt be an interesting, sort of, mix of fashion and music when you have to have these giant performers, oftentimes when people with fairly big egos to come. do they all come and rehearse ahead of time? >> yes, they do, usually on the
and i think it was the exhibition model as muse that we had asked kanye to perform. and believe it or not, he turned up a little bit late. it was in the temple of dendur, and we designed this extraordinary set to sort of compliment the temple of dendur. and he was meant to turn up around midday, and i think it was closer to 6:00 when he finally arrived. and he just took look at us and said, "this looks like a bar mitzvah. take it down." so, we had to that night when the museum was about to close, removed the entire set. but there, you know, had been -- i mean, he was wonderful, and the performance was incredible. >> seth: it was incredible. >> to be honest, he was right. it did look like a bar mitzvah. [ laughter ] >> seth: once you hear it, it's very hard to forget that it looks like a bar mitzvah. have you ever had a performer at the met that was easy to work with, the dream performance? >> yes, there was a charming, charming young boy called "liam." he came to perform for "anglomania." we decided to have one of the shows from "billy elliot," and
on saturday. and i asked him to show us, you know, what he would do, so he sang the song. and then i said, "will you sing it again?" and basically, he spent the entire weekend rehearsing just for me. [ laughter ] and i would have just put him in my pocket and taken him right home. >> seth: so you took advantage of his kindness by making him work for two straight days? [ laughter ] >> he was enchanting, and then, i was crushed because apparently, he never left england before. and he went back to london and decided he had enough of billy elliott that he wanted to play football and went home to brighton. >> seth: really? >> yes. >> seth: he said, "i loved doing it on stage, but i went to new york once and this lady made me do it 50 times in a row." [ laughter ] >> that was it. >> seth: that was it. >> yes, back to david beckham. >> seth: now, you have the reputation of proceeds yourself to some degree, and it sometimes follows your family as well. your son went to japan, yes? and word got out that he was your son? >> yes. yes. and i had actually, as a surprise, arranged a tour guide
and the tour guide arrived with a osttleg dvd of "the devil wears prada." and he led him through the streets of tokyo, saying, "this is the son of --" and everyone was bowing, bowing, bowing. [ laughter ] charlie said it was the most mortifying experience of his life. >> seth: i like that he brought a dvd, the tour guide. >> as a gift. >> seth: there you go. that's so nice, a bootleg copy. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you, seth. >> seth: best of luck on this year's "met ball." >> thank you. thank you so much. >> seth: and always such a delight to see you. [ cheers and applause ] anna wintour, everybody. "the first monday of may" opens this theaters this friday. we'll be right back with eve. for a limited time, you can get a great deal on this passat. wow, it looks really good... volkswagen believes safety is very important... so all eleven models come standard with an intelligent crash response system... hmm. ...seven stability-enhancing
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and i approve this message. on [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. ouhtr next guest is a grammy winning artist and star of the new film "barbershop: the next cut" which is in theaters friday, let's take a look. >> so you playing celebrity barber and i'm mr. mom now? >> you're the one who said you want to spend more time with maya and kenny. so what's the problem? >> some time? half your clients was mine to start. >> oh, you complaining now? when kenny's mom asked if he could spend the remainder of high school with us i was cool with it. but since he's been with us he's done nothing to help out. >> yeah, come on now. >> it's like we have two toddlers in the house. >> it's a new situation. >> it's not a new situation. >> it is a new situation. >> it's been a year. you being so soft on him. >> it's taking him some time. do you know how long how he was mothered? >> i understand that. >> all right y'all. [ speaking over each other ] yo, do y'all need a minute because we'll leave. >> you know what, i'm gonna leav e. it's like a love and hip hop reunion in here.
show, eve. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: how are you? >> i'm good, how are you? >> seth: you look beautiful. >> thank you. >> seth: and congratulations on the film. you were in the original cast. this is your third "barbershop" film. is it nice seeing everybody again? >> it's realan nice. yeah, it was like coting back to a -- like a family reunion or summer camp. >> seth: yeah. >> so itt as really good. >> seth: you are all aging very well. >> yeah, i thought that, too. i actually was like, ice cube must live in an oxygen tank. >> seth: yeah. >> like, because he looks so good. >> seth: ice cube looks really good. >> yes, it's crazy. >> seth: and i said that a lot. [ laughter ] >> seth: you hang around seth meyers you know that i'm telling people ice cube looks really good. >> i heard that. >> seth: and you get it -- common's your husband. >> yes. >> seth: now have you ever worked with him before? >> i never worked with him before. when i got the call saying, oh we got common, he's going to be my husband, i was excited and nervous at the same time.
step it up. like, he's l e a serious actor. he's like really good at -- and i admire him so, i was kind of scared. >> seth: well you did fantastic. >> thank you. >> seth: the first film, you went to beauty school to sort of learn your way around a barb shop, yes? >> yes, so we -- i went to barber school. but this time around, they gave me a refsher. >> seth: that's nice, so you don't have to go through the whole thing again. >> exactly. you don't have to go through the whole thing. just so i can hold the tools properly. i think it looks real, i hope it looks real. >> seth: peoele will probably tell you if it's not. people are pretty honest about stuff like that. >> it's true. >> seth: now, [ inaudible ] is obviously a grammy award winning musician. and i want to ask you about your start with music. because i heard you were in a band when you were very young called the dope girl posse? >> what? how did you find out about that? >> seth: this is how good our research department is. they tell me about the dope girl posse. >> alright, dope girl -- by the way, we were popping in philly. >> seth: okay. i don't know if other people knew, but we were popping. >> seth: yes. >> we were a young group. >> seth: how young were you?
>> yes. >> seth: i think you have to be like 14 before it's a posse. >> no, what? first of all, we weni to catholic school. and we were four girls, we were a posse. >> seth: was the catholic school excited that you guys were the dope girl posse? >> no, they actually hated us. they hated us. >> seth: yeah, that makes sense. but that's probably good for your cred. >> yeah, of course. >> seth: you don't want to say, go check out the dope girl posse, the catholic church thinks they're the best. [ light laughter ] >> this is true, this is true. >> seth: and then hip hop, you sort of came to -- when did you decide that -- when you leave the rest of the posse? >> we all went our separate ways at the ripe old age of 15. >> seth: i'm sure that happens, behind the music. >> yeah, behind the music. so i made the life decision at 15 that i wanted music to be my life. and literally though, if i wasn't in school, i was in the studio. like, every day through high school, i was in the studio. >> seth: that's really, it's fantastic. congratulations on all yisr success in that regard. >> t ank you. >> seth: i want to ask you about your tattoos. you have a bunch of them. you are known, you're famous for
[ laughter ] >> i am. >> seth: and i am so glad they're here. >> well, i wanted to show them. >> seth: yeah, well, thank you so much. and, now, when you first got them, i heard on a dare? >> yes, it was a dare. a friend of mine at the time -- i wanted to get some dog paws, as you do. >> seth: okay. >> and i was like i want to put them somewhere coo and she was like i dare you to just put them on your chest. i was like really? all right. and i did. >> seth: it didn't take much persuading. [ light laughter ] >> no, it didn't take any persuading at all. and i did it, and was excited about it and then thought about my mom. and then when my mom saw them she was like, are you, really? that is the tackiest thing i've ever seen. [ light laughter ] >> seth: also, she must have been thinking you are supposed to think of me right before the tattoo. >> no, it's just, i made a lot of bad decisions, not thinking about my mom before, so. but yeah. but years later, said to her, i kind of had a thought, like, mom, what do you thi if i maybe wt them removed. just asking.ceshe was like no, you can't do that. that's how people know you. i was like -- [ laughter ]
around. >> everybody comes around in time. >> seth: so, i want to ask about this, i have a bunch of questions about this. so your husband started a race or an event. you explain what it is. it's called the "gumball 3000." it started in 1999. >> yes. yeah. okay, so it's called the "gumball 3000." and it is a rally, not a race. and basically, it's you know, it's for car enthusiasts. >> seth: okay. that's how i'll say it. it's a 3,000 mile journey in seven days. this year it's going to be from dublin to bucharest. >> seth: wow, so it's a different 3,000 miles every year. >> every year it's somewhere different. sometimes it's in the states. and you basically, you pick the car you want. and it's everyone from like, skateboarders, to rappers, to you know, sheikhs, and cardiologists. it's basically an adventure for seven days. >> seth: now, have you ever driven in one of the cars? >> oh yeah. i've driven it five years in a row. i am doing it this year as well, with my husband. >> seth: now, so , when you're behind the wheel, are you a fast driver? >> i'm, i'm okay. i keep it safe. because, like i said, it's not, it's not a race. you know, i try.
>> seth: okay. what kind of car you guys driving? >> this year, i want to drive something pretty chill. he wants to drive a supercar. >> seth: right. >> like a pagani or something. >> seth: you want a nice volvo or something? >> well, not a volvo. [ light laughter ] i mean, i like volvos. to anybody who has a volvo. >> seth: and, you live in london now? >> i do, i live in london. >> seth: as you mentioned, you grew up in philly. you're living in london now. >> yeah. >> seth: you've been in the states until you moved to london. what do you miss the most living in london? >> what do i miss? especially being in new york. i love coming to new york. i would say the biggest thing is probably green juice, and "the housewives." which sounds horrible. >> seth: uh-huh. [ laughter ] >> but we do have it, it's just we are not current on it. >> seth: oh yeah. >> so i kind of binge watch bravo. >> seth: okay, gotcha. so you barely, you're getting like, old "housewives." >> old "housewives." >> seth: you don't' have -- there's not a london housewives? >> there is but it's also the old version. >> seth: oh, gotcha. is it just like "downton abbey?" is that what's "the real housewives?" [ laughter ] >> exactly. >> seth:
much fun at all. well, thank you so much for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> seth: congrats on the film. such a joy to always ee youg >> thank you, >> seth: eve, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "barbershop: the next cut" hits theaters friday. we'll be right back with music from the last shadow puppets. dr oh with a little bit of uh uh, and a little bit of
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