– I know a lot of people,
their first like, you know, version of listening to Lady Marmalade was the Pink and
Christina all that version but mine actually,
actually you were my first, ’cause I had people that showed me really great music when I was a kid but my first version of hearing was you, was your version of Lady Marmalade. – Sarah Dash and Nona Hendryx. – Labelle.
– Yeah but did you know? I heard you didn’t know
what the lyrics were about. – I had no clue what that song meant. (audience laughs) I just knew that it was
a phenomenal like a hook. – [Kelly] You get to wail. – Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir, and then later I found out the nuns thought we were
bad people, the nuns! (audience laughs) For singer a song about a hooker. – Oh my gosh. – I said, what hooker? – What hooker (laughs). – I said what hooker, I just know I love that
melody and the song itself and so I found out they were upset and I said here’s the deal, you don’t take a mattress from a hooker, let her make her money. – Let her make (laughs).
– They gotta make their money. (audience laughs) – I ain’t stoppin’ it, work girls work. – It’s not my dream but it’s theirs. – It’s theirs right?
– If I send my son to school
with a Tupperware container, he goes to school with a clear bowl, and it’s got a blue lid, and it says Tupperware on the lid. My son would be proud to go
to school with that (bleep). My mom’s Tupperware… (audience laughs) Usually an empty Cool Whip container. (applause) Country Crock. (audience laughter) One time, she put it in an empty Neapolitan ice cream container. (audience laughter) Had the red handle. She put my homework and my lunch, and looked like a (bleep) breifcase. Like what the (bleep). – Yes.
(audience applause) Please welcome comedian Jo Koy. (jazzy music) (audience cheering) You’re so funny! Oh! – [Jo] I love you! – Yes! – [Jo] Jane, I love you! – [Jane] It’s so nice to meet you. Have a seat. – [Kelly] Okay sit down! You’re so funny. – Thank you.
– I told you my sister is so bummed she’s not here to meet you. She’s such a fan as well. But I have a question for you, cus you use your mom a lot… – [Jo] Yeah.
– In your stand-up. – [Jo] I use her a lot, a lot. – Does she get mad? Cus my mom really loves
when I use her in songs. (audience laughing) – And people don’t know, like… My mom is Filipino. So when I do the accent
I don’t want you guys to be like “Oh what is that?” She’s Filipino, so when
I do jokes about her, she wants more. So like, when she comes sees me, like to the show and
she sees me she’s like, “You know there’s a couple more “stories you could have done.” (audience laughing) – She loves the spotlight. – There’s a couple more… That would have been funnier. Like all of the sudden she’s a writer. – [Kelly] She’s a critic. – Yeah, she’s a critic. – All mom’s are. It’s fine, it makes us who we are. – I have a suggestion for you, please – Okay. – Can you play a Kelly song
when you walk out next time. – No! That would be toolage.
– Just one! – I mean, here’s the thing. Christmas does happen. And I do have a Christmas
record that I love. So I might do some of
mine off of that record. – Okay, all right. – But I, I feel like a tool like, you know, and here’s my music. (audience laughing) – Like you know. Like maybe maybe if I have a– We’re working on a new record. If we have a new song I might do that. But you know, you feel kinda like a tool. – Yeah, yeah, yeah, ye– Now I see what you’re– Now it became a cruise, a Carnival cruise. – My children, yeah– – Kelly Clarkson, live
on the Carnival cruise. ♪ Since you’ve been gone… ♪ (audience laughing) – Here’s the best thing about me; I actually really want
to do a cruise thing! – [Jo] Oh you do? – Because, no, here’s why. Because I have friends who have done them, like the party things. And I’m like, wait you
just get free everything and they just hide you
off in your little area. – Yeah. – And I’m like, well that just
sounds like a free vacation. – [Jo] Yeah, right? – I mean I grew up poor. Even– It doesn’t matter
how much money you have, you don’t waste it when you grow up poor. Yeah, so I’d be down for that. – Look, speaking of poor… That’s where that joke came from. The Tupperware, that Cool
Whip containers, that’s real. – That’s all of us. – You know what’s funny–
– Yeah we grew– I was literally telling her, I was like that was every kid
in my neighborhood, all of us. – I did that joke. Then Tupperware sent me
a big box of Tupperware. – [Jane] Oh, that’s fantastic. – Yeah, like the biggest
box of Tupperware, and they’re like– And then I go to use it,
but I open the fridge, and there’s still a Country
Crock filled with spaghetti. I swear to god! Like I won’t change it. It’s like why throw it away? I feel bad if I throw that stuff away. – Yeah. – You know what I mean? I start from the bottom. I had to pay for my Netflix special. I had to do everything on my
own, to get where I am now. – [Kelly] Good for you! (audience cheering) – I used to… I used to rent theaters,
you know what I mean. I used to rent theaters in
Vegas, and sell tickets. – You have to believe in yourself. – Yeah man. – Absolutely, if you’re not
getting invited to the party, you, you got to, throw your own party.
– [Jo] Make your own party. – Yeah right exactly. – Yeah man… – Yo! She didn’t get here on her own. She waited in line, or
did you guys forget? Did you all forget? And she won, and that’s how you get here. – [Jane] Yep… (audience applauding) Absolutely – So, I’ve heard that you
have your own holiday. – Jo Koy Day – That’s ama– That’s like every year?
– That’s in Hawaii, yeah. November 21st I think it is. And we– I actually go
there every November and… I don’t know, I give free slippers away. I don’t know I just– There you go, slippers, Spam. Who wants Spam? – Oh my god I grew up with Spam! – Spam’s so good. – What is it though? – Who cares? – Do you have a holiday? – No I don’t. – [Kelly] I don’t either – There are no Jane Lynch days. – [Kelly] I feel gypped.
– I know. – Uh, Yeah there is, it’s
called every day, Jane. You’re my hero, you’re amazing. – Oh god bless you, stop it. And you’re fantastic. – All right Jo Koy, how
did you get your name? That’s an interesting name. Is it Joseph? – Joseph is my real name,
but Jo Koy is my stage name. Cus my real name is Joseph Herbert. See, that’s why I changed my name! (audience laughing) It’s so mean! – [Kelly] It’s so great! – My real name is Herbert. I’m half white– Stop laughing, man! (audience laughing) So I used to do open mic’s – I love that you
– and every time I would say my real last name– Like her, I guess she was there too… Would laugh. So I always had to defend– – And not a good laugh though? – Not a good laugh, and
when you’re first starting off you don’t want to get laughed at. So I, I started to figure out a nickname, and then my aunt, my auntie Evelyn, she would always call me Jo Koy. She goes Jo Koy. And I was like that’s my name; Jo Koy. So then, now I’m getting
all these interviews, and people are like, “Yo, where did you get
that nickname from?” and I’m like, my aunt named me that, but I don’t really know why. So I asked her why name me Jo Koy? And then she goes– We were eating, we were eating
at a fish and chips place. And then she goes, “I
didn’t call you Jo Koy.” And I’m like, why didn’t
you say this 30 years ago? Cus I swear to god Kelly,
this was like two weeks ago that she said that. She says “I don’t call you Jo Koy” – So you misremembered this? – No, no no no! I go, I go then what do you call me? I go, I thought it was Jo Koy. She goes, “I call you Jo-ko.” Cus in Tagalog, her native tongue. That’s her national language. She calls me Jo-ko. Ko- means “my” ” My Jo” (audience awing) – [Jane] Cute. (fake crying) (audience laughing and applauding) – All right, well stick
around cus when we come back (laughing)
(upbeat rock music) ♪ She got a body like an hourglass ♪ ♪ But I can give it to you all the time ♪ ♪ She got a booty like a Cadillac ♪ ♪ But I can send you into overdrive ♪ ♪ Oh, you’re waitin’ for that, eh ♪ ♪ Step on up, swing your bat ♪ ♪ See anybody could be bad to you ♪ ♪ You need a good girl
to blow your mind, yeah ♪ ♪ Bang bang into the
room, I know you want it ♪ ♪ Bang bang all over you,
I’ll let you have it ♪ ♪ Wait a minute, let me take you there ♪ ♪ Wait a minute ’til you, ah, hey ♪ ♪ Bang bang there goes your
heart, I know you want it ♪ ♪ Back, back seat of my
car, I’ll let you have it ♪ ♪ Wait a minute let me take you there ♪ ♪ Wait a minute ’til you, ah, hey ♪ ♪ B, to the A, to the N
to the G to the, hey ♪ ♪ B, to the A, to the N
to the G to the, hey ♪ ♪ See anybody could be bad to you ♪ ♪ You need a good girl to blow your mind ♪ (crowd cheers) ♪ Bang bang into the room,
I’ll let you have it ♪ ♪ Bang bang all over
you, I know you want it ♪ ♪ Wait a minute, let me
take you there, yeah ♪ ♪ Wait a minute, till ya, ah hey ♪ ♪ Bang bang, there goes your
heart, I know you want it ♪ ♪ Back back, seat of my
car, I’ll let you have it ♪ ♪ Wait a minute, let me
take you there, yeah ♪ ♪ Wait a minute till ya, ah, hey ♪ (audience cheers and applauds)
– Earlier, Chrissy told
us about the song she did for her movie “Breakthrough.” It’s a song getting tons of Oscar buzz, now it’s time to hear it. Performing “I’m Standing With You,” give it up for Chrissy Metz, y’all. (audience applauds)
(audience cheers) ♪ When you’re hurtin’,
I want you to know ♪ ♪ That you’ll never have to hurt alone ♪ ♪ When your faith is,
faith is runnin’ low ♪ ♪ I’ll never lose faith in you ♪ ♪ And when the night surrounds you ♪ ♪ And you think that no
one cares about you ♪ ♪ I will go and throw my arms around you ♪ ♪ I’ll be there ♪ ♪ Through whatever you go through ♪ (crowd applauds)
♪ I’m standin’ with you ♪ ♪ Here wherever you go to ♪ ♪ I’ll stand beside you ♪ ♪ And when you think that all
the odds are all against you ♪ ♪ And you just feel like giving
up, well, I won’t let you ♪ ♪ Through whatever you go through ♪ ♪ You go through ♪ ♪ I’m standing with you ♪ ♪ I’m standing with you ♪ ♪ See, nothing you can do can move me ♪ ♪ You can try, but you can’t lose me ♪ ♪ You can’t lose me ♪ ♪ Through whatever you go through ♪ ♪ I’m standing with you ♪ ♪ And wherever you go to, ♪ ♪ I’ll stand beside you ♪ ♪ And when you think that all
the odds are all against you ♪ ♪ And you just feel like giving
up, well, I won’t let you ♪ ♪ Through whatever you go through ♪ ♪ I’m standing with you ♪
♪ I’m standing ♪ ♪ I’m standing with you ♪
♪ I’m standing ♪ ♪ I’m standing with you ♪
♪ I’m standing ♪ ♪ I’m standing ♪ ♪ I’m standing with you ♪
♪ I’m standing ♪ ♪ With you, with you,
I’m standing with you ♪ ♪ I’m standing ♪ ♪ I’m standing with you ♪ (audience claps)
(audience cheers) – Thank you. – [Kelly] That was so good. – [Chrissy] Aw, thanks.
-Everyone knows that
you’re an amazing singer, so I thought it could be fun
if you and I performed a few songs. [ Cheers and applause ] Thank you. But…
Thank you. Oh, but here’s the catch. To mix things up a bit,
we fed these songs into Google Translate. And we’re going to perform
the jumbled lyrics right now. It is time for
“Google Translate Songs.” Here we go. -♪ Google Translate Songs ♪ -So, if you ever use
Google Translate, you know that
it’s not always perfect. For example, when translated
to Lithuanian and back, “The Tonight Show
Starring Jimmy Fallon” becomes “The Tonight Is Played
By Jimmy Fallon.” -True.
-So, we did the
same thing with — You’ve done that before? We did the same thing
with song lyrics. Some people have
done this online. It’s super fun. Camila, since since you’re
my guest, you will go first. Okay?
-Okay. -You will be singing the Google
Translate version of “Bad Guy” by Billie Eilish — which, when translated,
is called “Evil Young Boy.” [ Laughter ] Roots, whenever you’re ready. ♪♪ -Yeah. I am gonna channel
my Billie Eilish. ♪ Comfort ♪ ♪ Demi’s nose
wears a shirt ♪ ♪ Your fingertips
are quite lazy ♪ ♪ Reaches around
without asking ♪ ♪ What if you did
some crimes? ♪ ♪ An evil young boy ♪ ♪ That sounds like
a bumpy boy ♪ ♪ That’s your husband ♪ ♪ Sternum’s
under pressure ♪ ♪ My text is evil ♪ ♪ Your mom gets
kind of weird ♪ ♪ My daughter’s
a desert ♪ ♪ Elminate your dad ♪ ♪ I’m an evil boy ♪ ♪ Ghosts ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -Bumpy boy.
-Yeah. -It was bumpy boy.
-“I’m a bumpy boy.” -“I’m a bumpy boy.” [ Laughter ] “Bumpy boy” is great.
Alright. Alright. Here we go.
I will be performing the Google Translated version
of “All Star” by Smash Mouth. -Love that song!
-Me, too. It’s now called
“Hot Ball.” [ Laughter ] Here we go —
“Hot Ball.” ♪♪ -♪ People who don’t speak
said the world is bent ♪ ♪ I left my sharpest knife
in the house ♪ ♪ The girl who could not think
had a finger and a finger ♪ ♪ Things existed
on her…face ♪ ♪ Whoops ♪ ♪ A-hoy,
you’re a hot ball ♪ ♪ Fun is happy ♪ ♪ Hang out ♪ ♪ A-hoy,
you’re a stone man ♪ ♪ Entertain me ♪ ♪ Have cash ♪ ♪ Shiny things
are not metal ♪ ♪ But the rocket bursts
smash the fungus ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] Wow.
-The original lyrics. -That is. That’s the bonus
lyrics of the original song. -I personally think
that is pure poetry. -Yeah, it is pure poetry.
Thank you. For our last one here,
let’s do a duet of the classic Shaggy song
“It Wasn’t Me.” [ Cheers and applause ] But we’ll be singing
the translated version, which is called
“I’m Not the Self.” -That’s actually —
That’s very spiritual. -Yeah, I’m not —
I’m not the self. -[ As Shaggy ] Very, uh —
-[ As Shaggy ] That’s the way
Shaggy wants to do it. “I’m Not the Self.”
-He’s not the self. -Alright, here we go. Roots, whenever you’re ready,
give me the beat. [ Light laughter ] ♪♪ -Oh, yeah.
-Yeah. -♪ Welcome, sugar,
take my hand that is bruised ♪ ♪ Slipping with
the girl of doors ♪ -♪ You imagine there
are empty butts ♪ ♪ Slapping on the
toilet ground ♪ -♪ I was spotted on a mantle ♪
-♪ I’m not the self ♪ -♪ I was harmful to the couch ♪
-♪ I’m not the self ♪ -♪ Bathing very much
with her now ♪ -♪ I’m not the self ♪ -♪ She took a picture
of receptions ♪ -♪ I’m not the self ♪ [ Normal voice ]
Camila Cabello, everybody.
(soulful pop music) – Come on! Woo! ♪ Our friends think we’re opposites ♪ ♪ Falling in and out of love ♪ ♪ They’ve all said we’d never last, hey ♪ ♪ Still we manage to stay together ♪ ♪ Other guys have tried before ♪ ♪ To replace you as my lover ♪ ♪ Never did I have a doubt ♪ ♪ Boy it’s you I can’t do without ♪ ♪ I feel better when I have you near me ♪ ♪ ‘Cause no other love around ♪ ♪ Has quite the same ooh ooh, hey yeah ♪ ♪ Like you do do do do baby, hey ♪ ♪ They said it wouldn’t last ♪ ♪ We had to prove them wrong ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I’ve learned in the past ♪ ♪ That love will never do without you ♪ Hey, woo! ♪ Do without you, baby ♪ Come on, sing. ♪ Love will never do ♪ ♪ Love will never do without you ♪ ♪ Yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ Love will never do ♪
♪ Love will never do ♪ ♪ Love will never do without you babe ♪ ♪ Love will never do without you babe ♪ ♪ Hey yeah ♪ (audience cheers)
MC: Hi I’m Mia from Hallyu Sound and I’m here with the one and only… …MONT! You can introduce yourself? N: Okay. N: Hello Hallyu Sound, we are MONT. Nice to meet you all. N: I’m Narachan. R: I’m Roda B: and Bitsaeon MC: -So this is your third time In Poland, right? All: Yeah. MC: How are you feeling? N: It’s so nice N: Poland is my house MC: same MC: Okay, lets jump right into the questions. MC: Okay so the first one. MC: They are from your fans. MC: We asked your fans to ask you questions.
N: Oh, really?
MC: Yeah MC: So it’s really important for them Question 1: At what age did you discover your passion? N : I think at highschool. N: You know I was in a band in highschool. MC: Really cool.
N: Yeah! R : When I was 15 I started listening to music and felt it, so that’s how it started. B : Same, me too, in the middle school. B: I don’t know if I was 15, 14, just middle school. N: Okay, okay Question 2: If you would have a chance to talk to your idol, who would it be? N : Definitely BigBang! N: You know my favourite artist is Taeyang seonbaenim in kpop R : I’m Zico MC: oh! Same! B : Me similiar. BigBang or Winner, very similiar yeah. Question 3: Imagine that you caught a golden, lucky fish. She can make three of your dreams come true. Each of you have one. What would be your dream. N : My first wish is if she can let me have five more wishes. MC: That is smart. N : Another, oh.. everyone have only one. R : For me.. (starts laughing) N : Ooo so happy man
R: Oh yeah N : Money? R : Oo, exactly. I would wish for money so I could flex. B : For me… B: I want to teleport so I can go easily from place to place and perform around the world. MC: Poland, Korea, Poland, Korea N : What’s your wish? MC: Ooo.. MC: …that’s a really good question. MC: But probably same.. like teleport. MC: Because travel is really expensive and I really want to travel the world. B : Oh yeah, right! N : Also smart. Question 4: If you would meet yourself from five years ago, like when you were younger, what would you say to yourself. N : PLEASE practice hard… N: …your dance and vocal! R : I would say that I should listen to my mom and dad more, cause I regret that. B : I want to tell myself to exercise more so I could be taller. MC: But you are already tall so it’s okay! Question 5: If you would have 24 hours to do anything you want, what would you do? R : Ooo I… MC: There’s something coming! R : I would sleep the whole day MC: This is what I was thinking! N: Really? N: Wow, okay N : Okay since I can do whatever i want to, for five hours N: I would talk to BigBang N: I would want to eat all of the delicious food from different countries N: and concert! B : If I’ll have 24 hours B: then I want to have Bruno Mars under my right arm and Beyonce under my left arm and do a tour together. Question 6: – Tell something about another MONT member that anyone don’t know yet. Like a secret or something N : We have another member?! MC: No! Like each of you, you can tell about him or him. N : Oo like a TMI N : I think that Roda’s head is bigger than mine. R : Really? MC: You can compare it. N : You know he (Bitsaeon) can sleeptalk. N: He can sleeptalk very clearly. B: Done? MC: It’s okay, that’s enough. N : Sorry! MC: Okay and the last one is like a challenge for you. MC: Your new song is called „Rock, Paper, Scissors” and we love it! MC: It’s amazing so congratulations! Challenge: Can you sing a part of it, but instead of singing „Rock, paper, scissors” you can sing it in Polish so it will be „Kamień, papier, nożyce”? (Trying to get it right) MC: Yeah! You have it right! MC: At the end we have a little gift for you. MC: You recieved a lot of gifts today! MC: Okay so we have something small… B: Pierogi?
N: Pierogi! MC: … but we hope you will like it! B : SOCKS? *speechless* *sure* N : Can I open it? MC: Yeah of course. MC: We really hope you will like it. MC: It’s really good for cold in Poland right now. MC: It has a Palace of Culture on it. N: Oh really? N: Wow, and a mushroom! MC: It’s good for cold, but it’s like a gift from Warsaw B: Wow, very cute! N: Thank you so much!
R: Thank you!
B: Thank you! MC: And… we also have this! R : Ooo pierogi!
N: Pierogi badges R: Pierogi Team MC: Yeah, we know you really like pierogies. MC: So I hope you like this little gift N: I like it, thank you so much! N: I like it, thank you so much!
R: Thank you! N: And how did he knows?! MC: Oh yeah! How did you know?! B : There are socks! MC: It can be some…. legs? ( we are sorry for our MC ) MC: Thank you guys so much for coming here… MC: … and for the amazing concert! MC: You were really good on a stage and I hope to see you soon!
N: Yeah! Thank you so much MC: Guys this was MONT! Thank you so much! N : Thank you so much Hallyu Sound fans and Mints! This is Mont! Mont: Thank You!
– Was that uncomfortable
though, being in that mask? That was huge. – What? – Were you hot? I would be sweating. – I was hot as hell, yes. It was like, so hot, so kind of uncomfortable but
I wanted to be in that mask and I wanted to be in that hard dress and those pumps. – Man, you are braver than I, I look at my stylus, I’m
like, I feel like sausage, I feel like I’m stuffed in
here, help me out, I’m like.. No but my sister and my
mother love that show. – It’s an awesome show. – It’s so big, it’s so popular. – Yes it is and I’m happy
to have been a part of it. At 75, I do think that people don’t think 75 women should do that. – Did you say 75? (audience cheers and applauds) – [Guest] Oh yes. – I have zero time for you
lookin’ like that at 75. – Oh thanks sweetheart. – I can’t stand you right now.
We want to start by saying
congratulations to you, because you went to number one
on the U.S. pop charts. (cheering, applause) -Thank you. Thank you, so much.
-With your debut solo single “Strip That Down.” I mean, how does that feel? -Your debut solo single…
-Honestly… …straight to the top.
I mean… It’s the craziest thing, and I’m so overwhelmed.
I want to thank everyone who’s enjoyed listening,
my fans, thank you. Thank you guys so much. -I mean, it’s…
-Uh… I really am overwhelmed. I can’t believe it.
(laughs) -I’m just so lucky.
-Well… believe it. Also, what’s even funnier
about this win is that you dethroned
your homie, and your… -Aww. -…former One Direction
bandmate Niall Horan. So you bumped him down
to number two. -You went to number one.
-You know what, though? I was reading,
I was reading in the press, and they were saying somewhere
it’s the first time in history that two band members
have ever gone back-to-back -for number one, so… -Yeah.
-(cheering, applause) You know, I’m– you know,
I’m glad to be part of something -that’s doing so much success,
so it’s amazing. -Right. Did you text him, I mean,
were you guys, like, -do you guys talk smack?
-He hit me-he hit me up. -He hit me up, he was like
“Yeah. Well done.” -Yeah. -He did “Well done”? -LIAM:
Yeah, he was like, “Well done.” -“Congrats on the number one.”
-Well, you guys, I’m sure will have a lot more battles
for the top of the charts. -And…
-Now, we know you have a new song called “Bedroom
Floor” coming out soon, too. (cheering, applause) And, a lot of the ladies and a
few gentlemen would love to know what’s the craziest thing you’ve
done on your bedroom floor? -(cheering, applause)
-(laughs) -TAMARA: Let it out, Liam.
-Whoa. (laughs) She’s going
“Spill, spill, spill! Give us the details.” Um, craziest thing, I mean, I’ve
woken up on the bedroom floor -a few times.
-We could go into more details, but we’ll leave it at that. And when you wake up fully
clothed on the bedroom floor. -TAMARA: Ah. Always fully
clothed? -Just roll out. I like a party.
Well, I mean, sometimes. It was either the greatest
night, or you lost everything. (chuckles) -Clothes always optional.
-Yeah. -There we go. -Clothes are optional.
-All right, you’ve also said -in previous interviews…
-(audience clamoring) -Relax. -It took them a while
for that to register. But you’ve also said
in previous interviews, that the One Direction reunion
is inevitable. -So…
-(cheering, applause) I know your fans, obviously,
we’re dying to know. When is that gonna happen? Um, I feel like
it’s gonna happen. -I’ve got a feeling.
-(cheering, applause) -Does that mean something’s
in the works? -I don’t know. -I’m excited for it.
I want it to happen. -Yeah. You know, there was a whole
album that we didn’t tour, I know we need to go
and write some more music. (cheering, applause) And it was so much fun,
and everyone loves it so much, -so we have to go again,
for sure. -Nice. -So, it’s…
-Now, you guys obviously cause a storm when you guys
are in a group together, but the one-on-one, I mean,
all these beautiful people came out to see you.
Does that ever get overwhelming? -Like, do you have to…
-(cheering, applause) Do you ever have to,
like, wear a costume, or use a fake name,
some kind of disguise? I’ve never really gone
with a fake name or disguise, I feel like I’d like to grow
some sort of Dumbledore beard, -or something.
-TAMARA (laughing): Yeah! -If I was gonna break out.
-Some of us… -That’d be dope.
-Or, that would make me probably stand out more, like, “Why has this guy
got a huge beard?” -It’s… -Yeah.
-(laughter) -Who’s the dude from