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“Taylor Swift’s Super Bowl”
On Sunday, Travis Kelce and the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens, securing a spot in what Stephen Colbert now calls “the Taylor Swift Super Bowl.”
On Monday night, Colbert said Swift, who is dating Kelce and has drawn significant attention to the league all season, is “the biggest star in the NFL.”
“This has all been great for the NFL and for fathers who are struggling to bond with their teenage daughters.” -STEPHEN COLBERT
“Yeah, you have the Super Bowl and you have Taylor Swift. The ratings are going to be higher than Snoop Dogg’s at a Willie Nelson concert. -JIMMY FALLON
“But there are so many big questions about the Super Bowl. Can the 49ers contain Patrick Mahomes? Can the Chiefs stop Christian McCaffrey? And the one that most people are interested in: Can Taylor Swift do it? Because she has a concert in Japan the day before! -JIMMY FALLON
“It’s just too stressful. Why can’t she just do a concert somewhere closer, like Paris, Venice or New York? They’re all there in Vegas. -STEPHEN COLBERT
“Of course, I hope Taylor makes it, because I really want to watch the Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII halftime show with Shaky Footage of Taylor Swift cheering in a Skybox, with Usher.” -STEPHEN COLBERT
The most impactful punchlines (83 million dollars edition)
“The jury in former President Trump’s defamation trial ordered him to pay $83 million in damages. Yeah, in a related story, a bunch of classified documents just showed up on eBay. -JIMMY FALLON
“A Manhattan jury on Friday ordered former President Trump to pay nearly $84 million in his civil defamation case. Well, that explains the new amounts collected. -SETH MEYERS
“Well, congratulations on payday, Eric!” — STEPHEN COLBERT, on E. Jean Carroll saying she wants to give the money Trump owes her to something he hates
“Former President Trump told a rally in Las Vegas over the weekend that he feels ‘more sharp now than he did 20 years ago.’ Of course, based on his entire testimony, he doesn’t remember anything from 20 years ago.” -SETH MEYERS
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What excites us Tuesday evening
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