Londoners Raise Their Voices To Let The World Know They’re Not Afraid






A terror attack in London left four people dead on Wednesday ― but Londoners will have you know they’re not giving in to fear.


After an armed man rammed a vehicle into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and tried to storm the Parliament building, British pundit Katie Hopkins claimed on Fox News that citizens were “cowed” and “afraid.”






Walid Phares is a controversial pundit who served as a foreign policy adviser for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. On Wednesday, someone ― supposedly Phares ― tweeted from an unverified account that the London attack illustrates how “one man can shut down a city.”


Stephen Colbert Likens Donald Trump To A Tantrum-Throwing Child




Just how are White House staffers keeping President Donald Trump’s spirits up?


Late Show” host Stephen Colbert lightheartedly suggested Wednesday that it involves the repeated screening of Disney’s “Frozen.”


Referencing reports that aides are distracting Trump with positive media coverage in a bid to quell his Twitter rants, Colbert joked they were treating the president like “a 5-year-old throwing a tantrum.”


“‘Honey, calm down. Look, look, we’ve got ‘Frozen’.’” he quipped. “’We’ve got the CD for ‘Frozen.’ Let’s put that in there. Now please, let it go!’”


If positive coverage was what it took to “calm down the big angry man with the launch codes,” however, then Colbert agreed with the method. He even mocked up a fake news segment to keep the commander in chief content.







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James Corden Honors ‘Diverse’ And ‘Brilliant’ London In Wake Of Terror Attack




James Corden paid an emotional tribute to his hometown of London on Wednesday, following the terror attack which left five people dead.

The British “Late Late Show” host said he’d felt “a really long, long way from home” as he watched news coverage of the horrific incident and that he wished he could have been there “with loved ones to stand alongside them.”


Corden praised the spirit of the United Kingdom’s capital by hailing it as a “diverse and proud and brilliant city.”


“If this act of terrorism was supposed to divide,” he added. “The people of London, I know for a fact that all something like this does is bring them closer together as one.”


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Stephen Colbert Tears Into The Trump Administration’s Paranoia




Stephen Colbert poked fun at the paranoia that’s reportedly engulfing the White House on Tuesday.


The “Late Show” referenced a report on Politico that claimed President Donald Trump’s staffers were “keeping mum” in meetings over fears their foes would leak their comments to the press.


“I have some bad news,” Colbert said. “It didn’t work, because your foes have leaked your mum-staying.”


Colbert dissected the security precautions that some staffers are reportedly taking with their cell phones, before suggesting their paranoia could just be down to growing pains in the new administration.





“You went to Washington, you went to work for Trump because you wanted to tear down the government,” Colbert said. “Now you have to deal with it. Now you are the government.”


The comedian likened the administration to a dog that now has to drive the car after spending years chasing it.


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Seth Meyers Digs Up Neil Gorsuch’s Colorful (Spoof) Work History




Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has had a colorful work history. Well, according to Seth Meyers.


With the hearings for President Donald Trump’s pick taking place this week, the “Late Night” host spent part of Tuesday’s broadcast imagining some of the previous jobs that Gorsuch might have held.


“We think to get a sense of who someone is, you need to look at their entire career,” said Meyers. “So we took the liberty of digging up the rest of his work history.” 


**Who knew that Gorsuch was once the understudy for the Trivago guy?





**He wasn’t really. 
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Bryan Cranston Tells Pawternative Facts To Rehouse Adorable Shelter Puppies




Bryan Cranston just wants to find these adorable puppies their forever homes.


The “Breaking Bad” star showered a bunch of ridiculously cute dogs with kisses as he joined “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert in advocating for the animals on Monday.


But in their bid to entice viewers into taking on the pups from New York’s North Shore Animal League, the duo did resort to exaggerating their backstories. You could call them “pawternative facts.”


“You say ‘oh’ now but Sterling is getting his life back together, he’s sober now,” said Cranston of a gorgeous pooch described as a “Shepherd/terrier mix.” “But don’t worry, because he still loves to party, which means you’ll always have a designated driver.”





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James Corden Gives ‘Matilda The Musical’ A Hilarious Donald Trump Twist




You’ll never watch “Matilda the Musical” in the same way again.


Late Late Show” host James Corden gave the stage adaption of Roald Dahl’s children’s book a hilarious White House twist on Monday.


Corden performed “When I Grow Up” alongside actors Ben Platt and Abigail Spencer and the musical’s composer, Tim Minchin.


But as President Donald Trump, his adviser Kellyanne Conway, White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and press secretary Sean Spicer, the quartet’s song had a more terrifying message than the original.





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