Best of Late Night TV: Miley Cyrus' Emotional Interview and Jessica Alba's 'Tramp Stamp'
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Time for another "Emotional Interview" with...Miley Cyrus! The best emotions she acted out had to be "super-offensive" and "super-polite," but the most hilarious thing she said? "I"m an international phenomenon and my name is Miley and everyone knows that."
Miley was also asked if she'd rather give up pot or glitter. The answer may surprise you. (Haha, not it won't, she obviously chose glitter.)
Speaking of Miley (sorry, there was a lot happening with her), she's really mad at Leonardo DiCaprio because he didn't "pass the vape" at an SNL after party. It's like, get your priorities straight, Leo. First the man-bun, now this?
On a more serious note, The Late Show" and said her new movie helped inspire her to come out. Her thoughts are not to be missed.
Critical, life-changing news: LL Cool J claims he coined the expression "I'm Audi 5000," which is the most important saying to come out of the '90s, nay every decade ever. Listen to his story below and prepare to be mind-blown.
In non-celeb news, Jimmy Kimmel sat down with a bunch of hilariously cute children and questioned them about the election. One little girl thought Hilary Clinton was some chick named "Rose" and that Donald Trump was George Clooney. Let the amazingness abound.
Over on "The Late Late Show," Jessica Alba opened up about her "tramp stamp," and was mocked mercilessly as a result. She was going through a breakup, guys, sob!