What happens in a late-night show studio after the host goes home? Oh, probably nothing! Probably everyone else just goes home to rest up for the next day's show, or maybe there's some floor cleaning, or a staff member goes through the seats to see if any audiences members misplaced something during taping. Well, not at 'Late Night With Seth Meyers.'
Late Night with Seth Meyers
In his relatively short run as 'Late Night' host, Seth Meyers has already interviewed Kanye West (remember that whole rant about "sonic paintings"?), so it comes as little surprise that he also landed West's prolific paramour, Kim Kardashian, for her very own interview. The two are currently celebrating the release of their somewhat controversial 'Vogue' cover, so what better way to keep that going then by hitting a reality talk show to chat about it?
"Not alright, not alright, not alright!" No matter how famous you may be, if your name is at all confounding, confusing, or oddly spelled, some people still might not know how to spell it -- not now, not ever. Matthew McConaughey may have just won an Oscar for Best Actor, but that doesn't mean that the average Joe can parse his last name, and Seth Meyers is out to prove that said average Joe (or, in this case, an average Frank) isn't the only one inept at putting the correct letters together.
The world is a dangerous place, and if warning labels can help even the most basic and obvious of injuries and maladies from occurring, that's a fine thing. (Yes, you can choke on this small object. No, don't put this plastic bag over your head.) But what about products that don't currently come with a warning label and still need them? 'Late Night' host Seth Meyers has a few labels he'd like to see put into circulation, and he shared the first round of them on last night's show.
Casting speculation regarding 'Star Wars: Episode 7' reached a fever pitch about six months ago, but in between all the buzz about who will return and who will play an all-new character, no one thought to ask the most essential question of all: but who will be playing Outer Space itself? Step back, Harrison Ford.
Sure, Seth Meyers gets a few good-natured digs in before Ian McKellen flips the script and quite literally takes over his own 'Late Night,' but that doesn't mean that anyone was having a bad time on the show last night. Meyers, finishing up his first week as 'Late Night' host, welcomed everyone's favorite pair of best friends -- McKellen and Patrick Stewart -- and the results were both charming and quite funny.