tv The Late Show With Stephen Colbert CBS June 1, 2022 11:35pm-12:37am PDT
colbert is coming up captioning sponsored by cbs >> tech billionaire elon musk is pushing back against allegations that he sexually harassed a spacex flight attendant back in 2016. >> musk allegedly exposed himself to that flight attendant during a massage, and that he then offered to buy her a horse in exchange for sex acts. >> spacex employees, give it up for your c.e.o., elon musk! ( applause ) >> good afternoon. today, i would like to clarify
something. to all of you, my staff. and that is... what sexual favor i am seeking when i offer which animal. remember, they all rhyme. a horse means intercourse. if i give you a rabbit, go ahead and grab it. and then, of course, a stick bug for a quick tug. now, anyone who is upset they weren't offered an animal can stop by my office and i will personally give you crabs. >> announcer: it's "the late show" with stephen colbert! tonight, monkey see, monkey flu! plus, stephen welcomes jennifer connelly! and patti lupone! featuring jon batiste and "stay human." and now, live on tape from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause ) ( theme song playing ) >> stephen: hey, what's going i see you. e.ere you ar right over there. ( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) watch out, watch out!
♪ ♪ ♪ every monday. every monday. hello, louis! it's good to see you. endia, good to see you. what's up, negah? mr. lampley, mr. fouche, good to se you. joseph. ( audience chanting stephen ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome, one and all! down here, up there, high and away over there. hello, gentlemen, ladies, good to see you. welcome, one and all, to "the late show." i am your host, stephen colbert. now-- ( cheers and applause ) folks, if you watch this show regularly, and i hope you do, you know that i try to have a pretty positive outlook on the world, such as it is. i see the glass as half full. i don't always know what the liquid is, and i'm definitely not drinking it-- but it's half full. but current events have me a little unsettled, a little-- a little flurpy about america's future.
and i'm not alone, because according to a recent cbs news/ yougov/ mountain dew: code red poll, "america's mood is uneasy and worried." things are so stressful, our national bird is now the balding eagle. ( laughter ) so-- it looks good. long may he wave. ( cheers and applause ) just going to shave it? ( laughter ) according to the poll, 74% of americans say things in america are going badly, and 65% of americans say that when important things come up, president biden is slow to act. well, yeah! he's 79! ( laughter ) at his age, if he moves too fast, he'll get bruised by his shirt. ( laughter ) the g.o.p. doesn't fare well in this poll either, because the republicans are described by a majority as "extreme." the g.o.p. responded, "this poll is illegitimate, no one feels that way, and when we return to power, anyone who feels that way will be sorry when we make the purge real."
( laughter ) speaking-- good movie, though. quality movie. ( cheers and applause ) speaking of the president dealing with our problems, he left us. he's in asia. this weekend, he was in south korea, and during a press conference, he was asked about the threat that north korea might shoot off some missiles while he's over there. ( laughter ) >> stephen: first of all, whose idea was it to hold a press conference in front of a raging waterfall? that's what you do if you're a mobster and you're afraid somebody's wearing a wire. today, he held a press conference next to a guy operating a jackhammer. and that message itself, "hello," has got to be pretty disappointing for kim jong-un. he spent four years being the focus of u.s. foreign policy, getting love letters from the
former president. all he gets from biden is hello? it's the most casual presidential greeting of an adversary since reagan said this at the berlin wall: >> mr. gorbachev, how's it hangin', bro? ( laughter ) >> stephen: how was it hangin'? i remember how it hung. how it hanged. as so? to the right? but north korea's not the only foreign power biden has a message for. today, while in tokyo, japan, he was asked this hypothetical about china attacking taiwan: >> are you willing to get involved militarily to defend taiwan, if it comes to that? >> yes. >> stephen: gulp. ( laughter ) come on, joe, we have enough going on. it's like that old coco chanel saying, "before you leave the house, look in the mirror, and don't go to war with china." ( laughter ) biden's very blunt statement surprised many, including the reporter who asked it, so she
followed up. >> you are? >> that's a commitment we made. >> stephen: he sounds so resigned. "i know the spark has gone out of our marriage, doris, but it's a commitment we made, so let's go upstairs and do the nasty, i guess. or, right here on the kitchen counter. it's not like the kids are around anymore to interrupt us." ( laughter ) but, this is important, because the u.s. has historically warned china not to use force against taiwan, while generally remaining vague about how far it would go, in a policy called strategic ambiguity. johnny, tell them what strategic ambiguity means! >> if you invade taiwan, you'll get whatever's in the mystery box! it could be a nuclear strike, or a broyhill dinette set. may god have mercy on our souls, steve! >> stephen: thank you, johnny. ( applause )
so, it seems like biden might have just stepped in it a little bit, which is why, after his very firm "yes," he did a little backstroke. >> look, here's the situation: we agree with a one-china policy. but the idea that it could be taken by force, just taken by force, is just not appropriate. it will dislocate the entire region, and be another action, similar to what happened in ukraine. and so, it's a burden that is even stronger. ( audience reacts ) ( laughter ) ( laughter and applause ) >> stephen: i would describe the biden foreign policy as wistful anxiety.
( laughter ) he's just following teddy roosevelt's famous dictum: speak softly. ( laughter ) now, when the president was over in asia, he addressed the hot new virus everybody's talking about. i'll tell you about it in our unfortunately recurring segment: ( howling monkey ) >> planet of the monkeypox! >> take your stinking pox off me, you damn dirty apes! >> stephen: while he was in korea, the president was asked about the disease, and said that "everybody should be concerned." way ahead of you. ( laughter ) and i understand why, because there are more than 190 confirmed or suspected cases in 16 countries, including the u.k., portugal, germany, belgium, france, the netherlands, italy, sweden, and spain. evidently, monkeypox is traveling through europe. even worse, it now insists on pronouncing it bar-tha-lona. ( laughter )
driving in a lorry. monkeypox has also monkeyed its way over to america, where there is now a third case down in florida. but, that's fine! because florida knows how to handle a disease outbreak, right governor desantis? >> covid, in my view, is a very minor risk. >> stephen: okay. we're all dead. ( laughter ) now, there's a reason monkeypox has been spreading so quickly. according one infectious disease expert at the w.h.o., "it has gotten into the population as a sexual form, a genital form." now, i'm no doctor, but i know that the genital form of something is always the worst possible form. ( laughter ) "i'm sorry, mr. smith, it looks like you have a sinus infection. the genital form. ( laughter ) here's a-- ( applause ) here's a nasal spray.
you're not going to like where that goes." ( laughter ) thanks to our meddling genitals, this could just keep spreading. the w.h.o. is concerned, monkeypox could accelerate during summer months with mass gatherings like festivals. so be careful around primate-themed festivals, like lollapa-lemur, chimp-chella, and bonobo-roo. ( laughter ) there is, however, some good news for the babies, and it's not just that i never really had your nose-- i'm sorry for the mix-up. because, to help relieve the country's ongoing formula shortage, on sunday, the u.s. military airlifted baby formula from europe. that is a shocking headline! the united states, the land of the free and the home of unlimited breadsticks, has been forced to airlift formula from europe because we can't feed our babies. if i told you five years ago
this was happening, you'd say, that's got to be the worst news of the day. and then i would tell you about genital monkeypox. ( laughter ) but-- ( cheers and applause ) which also came from europe! which we also got from europe. but thanks to our european friends, our babies are ready to chow down on 132 pallets of formula from zurich, switzerland. ooh, and the swiss formula is the best-- it's got those little marshmallows in it. ( laughter ) and, i'm being told we have just received footage of the formula landing. >> brrr-brrr-brrr, here comes the plane, open up! nom-nom-nom-nom, nom-nom-nom. ( laughter ) >> stephen: speaking of-- ( laughter ) speaking of whiny little babies, billionaires. according to a new study, during the covid pandemic, a new billionaire was created every 30 hours. specifically between march 2020 and march 2022, 573 people became new billionaires, including 40 new pharmaceutical
billionaires. which is so sad. you know they're just going to blow it all on drugs. ( laughter ) we also saw the addition of 62 new food billionaires. and, we actually have a reaction from one such billionaire. >> i-- i'm rich, bitch! >> stephen: we've got a great show for you tonight. ( cheers and applause ) my guests are jennifer connelly and patti lupone. but when we come back, are celebrities scamming you about crypto? stay tuned after these celebrity crypto commercials to find out. ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing )
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we've got two tremendous-- two tremendous guests tonight, louis, i'm very excited. >> yes, we do. >> stephen: these two women are amazing. oscar winner jennifer connelly is here. she's in the new-- the "top gun." ( cheers and applause ) >> yes. >> stephen: she's in the new "top gun" movie. and then, broadway royalty, patti lupone is out here. she's in a new-- ( cheers and applause ) she's in a revival of "company" right down the street. absolutely amazing. but, before we go on with the rest of the show, i just want to take a moment here to give a shout-out to our podcast, out there. for those of you who listen to the podcast-- which is everyone, at this point-- our podcast is every episode of "the late show," plus other stuff that you don't-- you don't get, in "the late show" podcast. i mean, you don't get on the show, the broadcast-- like, special stuff, like maybe me explaining this right now. might be in the podcast. >> like this right now, yeah. actually, it's kind of nice. >> stephen: maybe not on the show. and you can listen to it seven days a week. but the reason i want to bring that up is that, i'm not the only one who likes our podcast. so do the people. because we just won a webby award.
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( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: hey! welcome back, everybody! ladies and gentlemen-- ( cheers and applause ) ladies and gentlemen, my first guest tonight is an academy award-winning actress you know from "labyrinth," "a beautiful mind," and "snowpiercer." she now stars in "top gun: maverick." please welcome back to "the late show," jennifer connelly, everybody!
( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> wow! hi! >> stephen: hi. >> nice to see you. >> stephen: nice to see you, too. >> nice to see all of you! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: lovely to have you back. you know, the-- the-- you've started off your summer in a big way, because the "top gun," over there in cannes-- the "top gun: maverick"-- six-minute standing ovation at the end. and those french don't give that away for nothing. >> it was amazing. i have to say, it was-- >> stephen: yeah? >> the energy was palpable, it was unbelievable. i've seen the movie now, three times with audiences. >> stephen: yes. >> and every time, it's like, people are just ready to have a great time in the movie theater, i think. >> stephen: have you seen it in an imax? have you seen-- >> yes, i've seen it in imax. >> stephen: because that's the one-- i have been told go see that.
>> yes. i think what they've been able to do with the flying sequences is so impactful-- >> stephen: and there's no green screen now! this is-- it's all happening. >> it all happens. all the actors who are playing pilots, they all went through training, they're up there in the planes, and you can feel it. so, yeah, it's pretty amazing. >> stephen: i've got to ask a very important question-- at any point in this movie-- and i don't want you, don't give anything away, obviously. no spoilers. but, at any point, does anyone in this movie take a highway to the danger zone? ( laughter ) or an off-ramp to a perilous junction, or something like that? is there danger zone in the movie? >> so much danger zone. >> stephen: okay, good, good. okay, then you go to london. then you go to london. okay, here we go, this is-- >> we went to london, and we-- >> stephen: this is the royal premiere. >> --had a royal premiere. >> stephen: there you are-- >> which is very special. >> stephen: --with kate and william. had you met them before? >> i had never met them before. i have, once before, been to a royal premiere. >> stephen: i love this photo. you must love this photo, too. >> i love this. >> stephen: tell the folks what i'm about to show them. >> it's a photo, the last time i
was at a royal premiere was in 1986, and i met diana. ( audience reacts ) >> stephen: and this was for? >> it was for the movie, "labyrinth," which i was a teenager when i made. >> stephen: there you go. ( cheers and applause ) that's a nice photo. >> yeah. ( cheers and applause ) you can see how-- how pink my cheeks are. i was so overwhelmed meeting her. >> stephen: she seemed nice? >> she seemed-- she was impeccable. she was impeccable. she was lovely. >> stephen: you're not so bad yourself, here. >> oh, thanks. >> stephen: at age 16, this is how old-- this is the same year that "top gun" comes out! >> that's when "top gun" came out. same year. >> stephen: wow! >> yeah. a little bit of trivia there. >> stephen: did you-- did you, like, watch the original, back in the day? did you? >> i watched the original, back in the day, and i've rewatched it several times. >> stephen: i bet. >> yeah, i have. >> stephen: is there shirtless volleyball in this one? >> there might be shirtless something or another. >> stephen: okay! ( laughter ) had you met tom-- i call him tom-- had you met tom cruise-- >> t.c. >> stephen: --before? because i had never met the man. i had never met the man. >> you've never met him? >> stephen: no, no. >> he's extraordinary. i had not met him before, no. >> stephen: how is that possible? because you've been famous since you were 16.
how did you not just accidentally cross paths over time? >> yeah, i don't think that happens by accident. i don't think much of anything happens by accident with tom. >> stephen: with tom? ( laughs ) likee pration, theg. it's just extraordinary. but he-- i met him, and my first impression was kind of the takeaway, which is, i've never met anyone more enthusiastic about everything than tom cruise. >> stephen: wow. ( laughter ) >> yeah. >> stephen: wow. i think for me, it would probably be the teeth. his teeth are so beautiful. ( laughter ) such beautiful teeth. now-- ( laughter ) it's true! you've got to grant me that. ( applause ) doesn't he have beautiful teeth? >> beautiful teeth. >> stephen: you're no slouch yourself. those are some nice gnashers. >> thanks. ( laughter ) >> stephen: because i sit here and i interview the guests, and i'm looking at the teeth most of the time. ( laughter ) >> very important. >> stephen: that's what i'm thinking, yeah. "top gun," incredible flying sequences, you know, in the original, and this one, they say it's-- as you said, it's really kicked it up a notch. >> i think they're even better, yeah, yeah. >> stephen: but you're not-- you don't-- you're not a huge fan of flying? >> oh, my gosh! i-- i-- no.
i'm not a big fan of flying, and i actually went through a stage where i was incredibly bad at flying. it was very traumatic for me, and for anyone anywhere near me on an airplane. >> stephen: you just lost your nerve? >> i literally got to a point where i just-- it started with a bang on one flight when we took off, and i just decided it wasn't okay, and i shouted that it wasn't okay-- >> stephen: to the-- to the-- >> out loud, to the whole plane- full of people. >> stephen: you said, what, "this isn't okay?" >> "help! ( laughter ) help!" >>en: suan nam ost soe. nd it was bad. anyway, anyway... >> stephen: somewhere, they wrote your name on a list. >> it was the beginning-- it was the beginning of a bad chapter. >> stephen: for this, did you do any training-- i know you're not a pilot on this, but did you go up, did you fly with the jets or anything like that? >> i wasn't supposed to... >> stephen: oh, boy! >> ...but then there was a scene, a very lovely scene at one point where we're just, you know-- tom and i are in this plane. we're just supposed to be sitting on the tarmac. ad he starts talking to me about this plane. "it's a p51, it's a vintage plane"-- it happens to be his plane-- and "have i ever done any aerobatic flying?" and "am i
interested in aerobatic flying?" and i start to become suspicious that i'm going to be doing aerobatic flying... ( laughter ) and i say, am i? he said, it's going to be very beautiful. we're going to do some very gentle, graceful rolls in the plane, and i-- >> stephen: wow. >> --and it's tom, so you're trying to be a little bit cool around him. >> stephen: yeah. >> so i didn't say, hold on, wait, i have a terrible fear of flying. i said, yeah, that's cool. i'm ready. ( laughter ) let's do it! it will be great. >> stephen: did you just takeoff-- at that moment, did you takeoff? >> no, we didn't take off at that moment. ( laughter ) >> stephen: well, i didn't know. i thought maybe he just, like, trapped you, locked the doors, "let's go." >> yeah. no! they planned for it. and, you know, gave-- >> stephen: and how was it? was it beautiful and graceful and everything you'd want it to be? >> honestly, it was-- i mean, look, we started, and he started the engine and flames burst out. that surprised me, definitely. >> stephen: wow. but that's supposed to happen. >> evidently, yeah. he forget to tell me that that might happen.
>> stephen: yeah, sure, yeah. >> it actually was. we took off and it was dawn and we were in the desert and it was kind of beautiful. >> stephen: that's fantastic. tom? i'll go up with you. ( laughter ) just trying to tempt him. trying to tempt him in some way. >> yeah. >> stephen: yeah. we have to take a quick break, but when we come back, i will ask jennifer if she, like tom, does her own stunts. stick around. ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) ♪ ♪ ♪ (sha bop sha bop) ♪ ♪ are the stars out tonight? (sha bop sha bop) ♪ ♪ ♪ alexa, play our favorite song again. ok. ♪ i only have eyes for you ♪
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( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: been a long time. hey, everybody, we're back here with jennifer connelly from "top gun: maverick." obviously, mr. cruise famously does his own stunts. >> yes. >> stephen: i do, too. and-- ( laughter ) but, do you do your own stunts? because there's a little action sequence, a bit of an action sequence here, and i want to know if this is really you doing it, here. you're not a pilot, but you do pilot something. >> i do. i'm at the helm of a vessel. >> stephen: jim? >> we have to get the boat to the yard. >> i can't go. >> what do you mean, you can't go? >> test tomorrow. i have to study. they only told us today. >> i can't sail her alone. >> just use the engine. >> why are we taking her to the yard? >> to fix the engine. >> to fix the engine. >> i can help. >> a lite rougher than i
expecting! >> you don't say! pull on the backstay, depower the sails. >> okay. what is happening? >> you're supposed to be in the navy! >> i don't sail boats, penny-- i land on them! ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: had you-- ( cheers and applause ) that's-- that's a continuous shot. you're driving that boat there, right? >> i am, yeah. >> stephen: and it's a bit rumply out there. >> it was. you know, we filmed that sequence twice, actually. we filmed it the first time outside san diego, and it was very beautiful. and it was, you know, we had lovely shots. and there were dolphins, even, swimming beside us. and tom was like, yeah, this isn't fast enough. so we redid the scene and we went to san francisco. >> stephen: for the rough weather. >> for the rough weather. for the, you know, for the wind. and that's what we have. >> stephen: had you sailed before?
>> i was taking lessons before, in preparation, for... >> stephen: so, just for this movie? >> yeah. >> stephen: because that's a sizable boat. that's probably a 36-, 40-foot boat, something like that. >> yeah, and we're moving really fast, so. >> stephen: yeah. did you like the feeling? of the helm in your hand? >> i loved it! ( laughter ) yes! sounds like a euphemism, but, yeah. >> stephen: sure. ( laughter ) yes. it can be both. >> it was great. it was amazing. i was taking lessons, in-- i started in new york, here, you know, because i live in brooklyn. >> stephen: in the harbor. >> yes, taking lessons in the harbor, which is interesting. >> stephen: that's busy. >> yeah, it's kind of like learning to drive on the autobahn, you know. ( laughter ) i don't recommend it as a place to learn how to sail. >> stephen: or learning how to skateboard on the autobahn. >> yeah, exactly. so yeah, i was doing that and everywhere i went before filming, i was trying to take sailing lessons to prepare. >> stephen: well, jennifer, it's lovely to see you, thank you so much for being here. >> it's lovely to see you. >> stephen: i look forward to seeing it in imax. >> thank you. ( cheers and applause ) thank you. >> stephen: my best to your husband. "top gun: maverick," is in theaters on friday.
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folks, my next guest tonight is a two-time tony award winner and a broadway legend. she now stars in "company" on broadway, which just earned her yet another tony nomination. please welcome to "the late show," patti lupone! ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: hey, kiddo. >> stephen: hey, kiddo. good to see you again. >> and you. >> stephen: it's been a long, long time. >> long time. you got me through the pandemic, i have to say, in all sorts of rooms you were in. >> stephen: yeah! we migrated. it was a movable feast. ( laughter ) okay, i want to talk about something that got a lot of attention-- earlier this month, you were in a talk-back at the end of "company"-- >> look at these wonderful people with their masks on! >> stephen: isn't that lovely?
( cheers and applause ) and-- yes! these people get it. >> yes, right. >> stephen: so, and, you-- you made news. you told an audience member during this talk-back to put their mask on, inside the theater, because they weren't wearing it correctly-- >> properly, right. >> stephen: --and really making trouble with this. we have a little clip right here. jim? ( laughter ) >> just keep-- you sir, right next to her. put your mask over your nose. that's why you're in the theater. that is the rule. if you don't want to follow the rule, get ( bleep ) out! ( cheers and applause ) who do you think you are? you do not respect the people that are sitting around you! you pay my salary? ( bleep ). chris harper pays my salary. who do you think you are? >> stephen: well! >> yes. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: so-- what happened? how did it get to that point? because you're a lovely person. >> sometimes.
( laughter ) >> stephen: what led up to that moment? >> well, for instance, you know, we are now used to looking out at the audience, and you see people with masks on. you know, i see the eyes. usually you see the whole face, but i see the eyes. i know what's going on on-stage. this was a talk-back. there were about 100 people in the audience. so when you see everybody except for two people, this woman and her half-asleep husband, with the mask off, you just immediately see it. but what led up to it, and it's what nobody covered in the press, was what she did when our covid safety managers came down to tell her to put it on correctly. she took it off, waved it in the air, and then put it over her eyes. so she was mocking the mandate, and mocking the covid safety managers, who get abuse every night. i mean, we have-- the ushers go up and down the aisle. and we just got an email today, somebody else is out. you know, we're not out of this. we're not out of it at the jacobs theater. >> stephen: wow.
do you need me to go in? do you need me to do the show? >> oh, wouldn't that be great! do you know how much they would love that! >> stephen: now, did you anticipate this-- it made such a splash, now you can buy merchandise that has it on it. you can have "who do you think you are?"-- patti lupone. ( cheers and applause ) >> which seems to be my go-to! >> stephen: yes, "who do you think you are?" >> it just seems to be my go-to. i have to come up with another expression. ( laughter ) i don't know. >> stephen: you're back on a broadway with this beautiful revival of "company." here we go, here's the playbill for it right there. we-- ( cheers and applause ) people may not know, you and i did this show together with the new york philharmonic. >> we certainly did. >> stephen: in 2011. this was, to me, kind of the definitive production right here. ( laughter ) there we are. here we are together. that's you right there, and that young guy right there is me. and-- ( cheers and applause ) most terrifying thing i've ever done. >> yeah, it is-- >> stephen: most terrifying thing i've ever done, you know.
>> it is terrifying. >> stephen: yes. >> you have ten days to absorb a musical, and then you have one hour to be on the stage of the new york philharmonic, because the stagehands are so strict, right? with how much time you can spend on the stage. >> stephen: you've also done it in the west end, and now here you are, doing it again. what's different about how you approach the role, or does it change with each production? >> it does. it changes with the direction. >> stephen: okay. >> and mary ann elliott, who is the brilliant director of this concept, of bobby being female, i'd never worked with her before and i'd wanted to work with her. and it's just her approach with actors, and she is a-- an actors' director. and this is probably my favorite interpretation of joanne, because she's funny. she gets to laugh, you know? and she's not dour-- doo-er? or is it dow-er? >> stephen: you're the legend of broadway-- who am i to say? ( laughter ) now, "company," for those who don't know, was written by
stephen sondheim. and to honor him, there are special playbills of stephen sondheim for... you know, for the lovers and the collectors out there. this is the man that i met and knew. ( cheers and applause ) and here he is, as a very young man. and i'm curious-- i was lucky enough to interview him a couple of times, to do that, shortly before he died, interviewed him right there. >> i remember that interview. >> stephen: and it was deeply-- though i didn't do much of his work, deeply influential to me. you did six sondheim musicals. and i'm curious, what was it like to work with him? what did you learn from him? >> well, i re-created. i didn't create a role, i recreated. and, it's always intimidating when someone that you deeply respect and are deeply intimidated by, shows up in the rehearsal room, because you just want-- or, i just want approval. i want a validation of my interpretation.
and he was a task master. he was-- his notes were, at times, extremely harsh. t when t rsh, a they were. approv it was- i could cry now. it was sort of-- it's, you know, when he died, my first thought was, who will make me better? and no one-- i mean, no one-- he had such-- david mamet and stephen sondheim are my strongest influences in my profession, in theater. and i don't think there'll ever be someone as complex as stephen to influence the interpreters of his work, and musical theater. >> stephen: beautifully said. ( applause ) in just a moment-- in just a moment, i'm happy to say that you are going to perform a
number from "company." what will we be hearing? ( cheers and applause ) >> we'll be hearing joanne's anthem, "ladies who lunch." ( cheers and applause ) sphen: pa broadat theernard stick around for a performance by patti lupone, everybody. thank you, patti. ( band playing ) ♪ ♪ thousands of women with metastatic breast cancer... are living in the moment and taking ibrance. ibrance with an aromatase inhibitor is for postmenopausal women or for men with hr+/her2- metastatic breast cancer
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>> ha-ha! cheers, mate! >> stephen: "company," is on broadway now. patti lupone, everybody! good night! ( cheers and applause ) captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >> wow! thanks for being here! captioning sponsored by cbs ♪ the late late show, oh, oh the late late show, woo! ♪ the late late show, oh, oh the late late show oh-oh! ♪ it's the late, late s♪
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