Trevor Noah Interviewing Stephen Colbert Is The Best Thing You'll See Today

Chris Pizzello | Invision | AP

Chris Pizzello | Invision | AP

Instead, he'd rather interview First Lady Melania Trump.

But Noah also asked the hard industry questions, like whether Colbert thought he'd succeed when CBS selected him (the real him, not his Daily Show character) to replace David Letterman in 2014.

"I changed my mind".

Ellen then told Trevor that she could hook him up with a Kardashian, adding that he should let her know when he is ready to meet them. "I'll ask him about something, if he doesn't know the answer he'll make the answer up".

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The politically-focused comic then launched into an impression of the 45th president, saying, 'Very big, very close, we're gonna do it, so much and so forth, they know, they don't know'.

"I heard you say to someone that Trump would be a dream guest for you". We're going to do it. "I know the game".

Despite losing interest in interviewing Trump, the award-winning comedian revealed he'd genuinely "want to interview Melania Trump".

'She is my new dream guest; said Noah, who authored the 2016 book Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood. But when he had to choose between Rihanna and Tiffany Haddish he opted to give Rihanna the boot because she's too famous, and he would want the relationship to "be more equal". "It's a very specific thing to come out and be like I'm coming for online bullying".

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