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Trevor Noah on world leaders praising Biden: ‘The bar is incredibly low’

On The Daily Show, Trevor Noah discussed Joe Biden’s trip to G7 and how he aims to repair international relationships in a new segment called Grandpa’s Day Out. Biden met American’s “oldest and palest ally” Great Britain, including meeting Boris Johnson. Biden reportedly brought him a custom-made bike while Johnson gave him a framed picture of Frederick Douglass printed out from Wikipedia.
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Trevor Noah Says Chrissy Teigen Was “Far From the Only A**Hole on Twitter”

Chrissy Teigen‘s apology post, but he’s not blindly accepting her words and moving on. Instead, the The Daily Show host took viewers on a deep dive into online behavior on last night’s show, unpacking why a popular Twitter personality such as Teigen would stoop so low as to urge a teenager to kill themselves, like she did with Courtney Stodden.
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Trevor Noah and Jimmy Kimmel aren't super impressed with Marjorie Taylor Greene's Holocaust apology

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) "has become notorious for her willingness to say absolutely anything with zero shame," Trevor Noah said on Tuesday's Daily Show, "whether it's conspiracies about 9/11 or the existence of Jewish space lasers — which is ridiculous. I mean, everyone knows that the Jewish space laser was taken out by the Buddhist submarine missiles years ago. But now, MTG is admitting that some of her recent comments might have gone too far."
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'The Daily Show' host Trevor Noah coming to Colorado Springs

Trevor Noah, the comedian and host of "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central, is coming to Colorado Springs. Noah announced this week dates for his "Back To Abnormal" tour, which includes a stop Oct. 2 at The Broadmoor World Arena. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Friday at,

Trevor Noah is ready to come back to life. But what will that look like?

Up until March 2020, Trevor Noah had spent nearly every night of the last 15 years in front of an audience. He hosted educational shows, game shows, awards shows, reality shows in his native South Africa. He toured relentlessly as a stand-up comedian before succeeding Jon Stewart as the host of "The Daily Show" six years ago — and then still toured nonstop on the three days of the week he wasn't in front of the camera. I tell him that in the Before Times, no matter where I found myself — on the road to Vegas, back East reporting a story, up north visiting friends — I'd inevitably run across a billboard bearing his smiling face, promoting an upcoming show at some venue.

Trevor Noah Makes A Complete Mockery Of Marjorie Taylor Greene's Holocaust Apology

“The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah expressed faux sympathy for Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) after the conspiracy theory-endorsing lawmaker finally apologized for comparing House mask mandates to the Holocaust. Greene admitted her comments were offensive after visiting the Holocaust Museum and, she claimed, educating herself about Nazi persecution of...
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Trevor Noah shakes his head at Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Holocaust apology

Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, also known as “your crazy aunt’s even crazier friend,” according to Trevor Noah, has apologized for saying mask mandates are like the yellow stars Nazis made Jews wear during the Holocaust. It’s the latest controversy in a seemingly endless string of them for one of the most extreme figures in mainstream American politics.
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Trevor Noah To Take Two-Month Summer Hiatus With ‘The Daily Show’ Returning In September With “New Look & Feel”

Is Trevor Noah going back to the studio in September? Possibly. Comedy Central has revealed that The Daily Show will have a “brand new look and feel” from September 13 but was cryptic as to whether Noah would leave his cubby hole in his apartment and return to the studio. The Daily Show is the last of the nightly shows to return to the studio.
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San Diego concert calendar expands: Van Morrison, Trevor Noah, Karol G, Dropkick Murphys announce new shows

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Van Morrison, comedian Trevor Noah and Latin pop star Karol G are among the latest performers to announce new tours that include shows in San Diego. Other artists headed this way include Rod Wave, Waterparks, Dropkick Murphys and Rancid. In addition, comedian JoKoy has added a second December show at Pechanga Arena San Diego, after selling out his first at the venue.

This Week in Seattle Events News: Trevor Noah, Best Coast, and More

After a year of mostly virtual entertainment, IRL concerts and performances slated for this summer and beyond are sure to sell out fast. To help you stay ahead of the game, we've rounded up major-venue events that are newly on sale (like Chastity Belt) and going on sale this week (like Best Coast and Shannon and the Clams), plus other noteworthy announcements (like Chateau Ste. Michelle's summer concert series, which goes on sale this Monday). Read on for details, and check out our complete guide to in-person things to do in Seattle for more options.
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Trevor Noah has "a few surprises" when The Daily Show returns to the studio: Will he still wear a suit?

Noah spoke to trailblazing former late-night host Arsenio Hall for a Comedy Central For Your Consideration video. During their hourlong chat, Noah was asked about returning to the studio, since he's the last late-night host still doing his show from home. “As for going back to the studio, I have a few surprises as to what that will look like, I’m working on a few things with the team and we’re really excited because I want it to be intentional," he says. "People always say ‘When are you going back?’ I’m never going back, I’m only moving forward." Asked about ditching his hoodie, Noah says: “I might never. I might never put on the suit or the shoes or whatever. I don’t know. This is who I am. I think the pandemic has stripped a lot of people of that pomp and ceremony. I think it’s a good thing. We see each other a little bit more. I don’t know if I’ll ever go back to the suits and the leather shoes. If I do, I do. If I don’t, I don’t but I will no longer think this is something I have to do.”


TICKETS ON SALE JUNE 18TH AT 10AM LOCAL TIME AT LIVENATION.COM. Produced by Live Nation, the tour kicks off on September 18th in Santa Barbara, CA at the Santa Barbara Bowl with stops in Washington D.C., Houston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and more before this leg wraps up in San Francisco’s Chase Center on December 10th. Fans can expect more dates to be announced in 2022.