LATE SHOW ME MORE: “It’s An Honor To Have You”

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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “LATE SHOW ME MORE: “It’s An Honor To Have You”” – below is their description.

Thanksgiving may be over, but we still have plenty to celebrate! Check out Stephen Colbert backstage with Lady Gaga and Evie McGee Colbert, PLUS a behind-the-scenes look at Andrew Garfield and Rosamund Pike. Not to mention an EPIC cooking demo with the legendary Chef José Andrés. It was a short but sweet week here at LSSC, and you don’t want to miss a beat! #Colbert #BehindTheScenes #LateShowMeMore

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