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They don’t love you like I love you: ‘Lemonade’ takes over late-night

Beyoncé’s hour-long visual album “Lemonade” dropped last week, and it’s been the object of many music-lovers’ attention. Of course, many late-night hosts were also quick to capitalize on the media frenzy.

Watch the hosts’ various hilarious attempts to bask in Bey’s spotlight:

James Corden’s monologue was a (beautifully shot) visual journey.

Jimmy Fallon told lame jokes about the album on his segment, “3 Things You Might Not Know.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uel5-dZBi2k

Seth Meyers showed how the release of “Lemonade” has impacted the women on the “Late Night” staff.

Jimmy Kimmel explained the drama of “Lemonade” using emoji.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfHlBT0WImA

Stephen Colbert reenacted scenes from the “Hold Up” music video and proceeded to ‘white-mansplain’ the album.

Finally, The Daily Show took a more political route, by talking about its musical, visual and social influence, as well as by incorporating Donald Trump into the music videos.

 

Which late-night show do you think made the best parody of Beyoncé’s epic album?

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