Stephen Colbert Performs Monologue From His Bathtub After Late Show Shutdown

'You're watching a very special social distancing edition of The Late Show'

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Like every other late-night talk show, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert has temporarily suspended production amid the growing coronavirus pandemic. But rather than take a few weeks off, the CBS host has opted instead to continue broadcasting—from his home bathtub.

Monday night’s Late Show, which was supposed to be a repeat given that production had paused, instead kicked off with a surprise new monologue from Colbert, dressed in his usual on-air suit, broadcasting from a bathtub filled with bubbles.




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