Corden, Payne in a boy-band sing-off
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.