Anderson Cooper, Alessandra Ambrosio, Behati Prinsloo, And Iggy Azalea Serve As Guests On Monday's Edition Of 'Late Night With Seth Meyers' [VIDEO]
'Late Night With Seth Meyers' booked Anderson Cooper, Alessandra Ambrosio, Behati Prinsloo, and Iggy Azalea as guests on Monday's edition of the late night talk show.
Meyers monologue involved jokes about St. Patrick's Day, the earthquake in Los Angeles, along with news that Drake and Rihanna were officially a couple.
After that, Meyers talked to his bandleader Fred Armisen who talked about "joining" the cast of the new "Star Wars" film. During the banter, Armisen said he would be playing both the planets and all of outer space.
Meyers then went on tell the audience about his worst St. Patrick’s Day story. Meyers also included a segment where he showed that famous quotes weren't so perfect the first time.
Cooper was the first guest of the night and talked to Meyers about the Malaysian plane disappearance. Cooper also talked about Meyers belonging to the same gym as him at one point in time,
Models Ambrósio and Prinsloo were Meyers next guests who talked to Meyers about crazy shooting locations and the new Victoria Secret swimsuit catalog.
Meyers musical guest of the night was Iggy Azalea who performed her new single "Fancy" with Charli XCX.
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Friday's episode of "Late Night With Seth Meyers" brought guests Christian Slater, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Andy Daly to the late night talk show.
Meyers monologue included a joke about Pi Day and talked about the Obama administration requiring post-secondary institutions to make sure they prepare students for their future.
Before his first guest, Meyers had a segment where he noted his "accomplished" guests in the audience for the show.
Slater was the first guest of the night and mainly talked about the controversial film he starred with Shia Labeouf called "Nymphomaniac."
The next guest was Tyson, who opened up to Meyers about the series "Cosmos." The astrophysicist also talked about comic books and alternate universes with the "Late Night" host.
During the interview "Pluto" confronted Tyson for classifying it as a dwarf planet instead of major planet.
Daly performed a stand-up comedy set for the "Late Night" audience to end Friday's episode.