"I'm not saying Rudy was drunk, but that's usually when the guys in Brooklyn start to emulate the Queen of England, "Seth Meyers said.
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'What is he doing? '
The 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks this weekend does not appear to be a very good fodder for a light late night humor. But that was until Rudy Giuliani got involved.
Saturday, Giuliani turned a speech commemorating the occasion into a wandering monologue, not funny but still comical. He impersonated Queen Elizabeth II and remembered his run-ins with Prince Andrew.
Trevor Noah was one of the many late night hosts who responded with baffled amusement.
On " Late Night ", Seth Meyers said there was reason to agree with commentators who suggested that Giuliani was not fully in control of his faculties.
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Dr Anthony Fauci spoke to Noah about tackling vaccine hesitancy and what he called the need for vaccination warrants .
Jimmy Kimmel's wife, Molly McNearney, has come up with a skit that allows her to declutter their house at the same time: it's called "Win Jimmy 's Crap ".
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Judge Stephen Breyer, who at 83 has rejected calls from his fellow Liberals to resign, will meet with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday. Will Colbert keep his feet on the fire?
Also check this Image The Metropolitan Opera performed Verdi's Requiem on Saturday, the first1st time the company has performed in its theater since March 2020. Credit ... Richard Termine / Met Opera
Anthony Tommasini, Times chief classical music critic , gave an enthusiastic review to the first performance at the Metropolitan Opera since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic: a Saturday staging of Verdi's Requiem in commemoration of September 11.