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Conan O'Brien, L.A. Gay Men's Chorus, and The Simpsons Join Forces in September for 'The Monorail Song'
Fans of The Simpsons have something to look forward to in L.A. next month, according to an interview Conan O'Brien did with Buzzfeed UK:
...what’s really interesting, just because you brought it up, is two days before I left to come to England my phone rang and it was The Simpsons. And they said that they were doing a live show at the Hollywood Bowl, and all the actors are going to do the voices, and, “Would you be a special guest star and sing ‘The Monorail Song’ with the Los Angeles Gay Men’s Choir?” And the answer there is “YES”, so I am going to do that I think in September.
Conan O'Brien devoted his entire show last night to Orange is the New Black, inviting seven members of its cast to their first-ever group late night appearance.
Laverne Cox opened the show, which was attended by a group of actual hardened criminals, by discussing a makeover for Conan. Taylor Schilling and Uzo Aduba talked about their crazy fight scene, and Aduba taught Conan to make crazy eyes. Kate Mulgrew says Conan once almost ruined her career by forcing her to perform an Irish jig. Cox talked about her TIME magazine cover, giving trans people a voice, and her brother who is sometimes mistaken for her. Finally, Lea Delaria explains how she taught Natasha Lyonne about lesbian sex.
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Everyone's favorite hunky werewolf Joe Manganiello appeared on Conan O'Brien Tuesday night to talk about, among other things, stripping. First thing's first: the name. The name can make or break a career, and the one that would set Conan down the path of stardom is "Big Red", because he's "here to pillage your village."
Then, of course, there are the dance moves which Manganiello was only too happy to share. You can watch the lesson and take notes of your own AFTER THE JUMP...
SNL's Kate McKinnon made an appearance on Conan Monday night and talked about some of her well-known characters like Justin Bieber and the female cop duo 'Dyke & Fats'.
McKinnon also inspired her fellow guest Kellan Lutz and Conan sidekick Andy Richter to come up with their own version of her sketch, 'Hunk & Fats'.
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Christopher Meloni — the actor who played the Rick Santorum-esque vampire authority on True Blood and also stars in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit — talked with Conan O’Brien about how he has "the best butt on prime time" TV.
Apparently Meloni’s melons also get him ogled in the gym shower — it’s hard being the pretty girl at the dance. During the interview, O’Brien also asked him about a picture of Meloni wearing only a bra and panties.
Check out the interview and the photo AFTER THE JUMP…