Cor­den, Payne in a boy-band sing-off

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Once in a boy band al­ways in a boy band

While One Di­rec­tion may be on an in­def­i­nite hia­tus, Liam Payne didn’t shy away from per­form­ing a boy band hit dur­ing a visit to

on Wed­nes­day night. He teamed up with mu­si­cal host James Cor­den to de­liver an a cap­pella ver­sion of as well as his take on Ge­orge Michael’s fol­lowed by a cover of Ed Sheeran’s

Bernie has a mes­sage for Hil­lary

Fresh off his sum­mer break, Stephen Col­bert in­vited Ver­mont se­na­tor Bernie San­ders to his stu­dio for a con­ver­sa­tion about life af­ter the elec­tion. And while the for­mer can­di­date and au­thor of

may have moved on from his time run­ning for pres­i­dent, he thinks Hil­lary Clin­ton should do the same. Es­pe­cially af­ter read­ing her mem­oir,

“Let’s not keep ar­gu­ing about 2016. Let’s get to­gether and take on Trump’s de­sire to di­vide us up. Let’s go for­ward with a pro­gres­sive agenda,” he said. “I think it’s a lit­tle bit silly to keep talk­ing about 2016.”

. Tonight Show helps Har­vey vic­tims Jimmy Fal­lon re­turned to his late-night slot on Tues­day af­ter a sum­mer break to send his thoughts to those af­fected by Hur­ri­cane Har­vey, which stormed through south­east Texas. He also an­nounced that the

is do­nat­ing $1 mil­lion to aid with re­lief ef­forts. Later in the week, U2 per­formed the TV de­but of their new sin­gle for the au­di­ence.

Mag­gie Gyl­len­haal isn’t go­ing to take it

While sit­ting down with Stephen Col­bert to pro­mote her new HBO show

Mag­gie Gyl­len­haal re­vealed that Don­ald Trump’s 2016 pres­i­den­tial cam­paign in­spired her to com­bat sex­ism. Pre­vi­ously, she had noted misog­yny in her life but had usu­ally brushed it off, but she put a stop to ac­cept­ing sex­ism as nor­mal af­ter Trump was elected de­spite his in­fa­mous scan­dal with Billy Bush. “I’m not go­ing to take it any­more,” she told Col­bert.

Sarah Paul­son does im­pres­sions

Sarah Paul­son’s act­ing abil­i­ties stretch far be­yond what she’s shown on

The ac­tress flexed her abil­ity to do hi­lar­i­ous im­pres­sions of her A-list peers dur­ing a visit to where Jimmy Fal­lon had her de­liver her take on Drew Bar­ry­more and Holly Hunter while he took on Al Pa­cino and Zak de la Rocha dur­ing his Wheel of Im­pres­sions seg­ment.”

Liam Payne and James Cor­den fo a lit­tle boy-band singing.

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