During The Commercial Break: Stephen’s GRAMMY Moments With Taylor Swift And Justin Bieber

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “During The Commercial Break: Stephen’s GRAMMY Moments With Taylor Swift And Justin Bieber” – below is their description.

Last night during the commercial break, Stephen told our audience that after he hung with Sheryl Crow at the legendary Clive Davis GRAMMY party, he scored major Dad Points by introducing his daughter to Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber! #Colbert #GRAMMYs #TaylorSwift #JustinBieber

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