The middle name is Olson, which is my mother’s maiden name.To be able to name him after those two women …” Clarifying that his baby boy is named after Ashley Olsen, Meyers jokes, “People have said to us, ‘Ashe Olsen?
“Late Night with Seth Meyers” typically tapes in the early evening, so its jokes and signature sketches riff off the news of the day – but not the headlines of the evening.Trump Mingle includes extreme vetting, people that share each others views on what a disaster dating is and a 30 percent discount on Russian mail-order brides for first- time users.Keeping in line with the Trump administration, the app has a temporary ban on Muslim love-seekers.and later graduated from Manchester High School West in New Hampshire.He then attended and graduated from Northwestern University in Evanston, where he became a member of the fraternity Phi Gamma Delta.The star-studded guest list included Seth's former Saturday Night Live co-star Jason Sudeikis and his fiancée Olivia Wilde; Kristen Wiig, Rose Bryne, Jake Gyllenhaal and his model girlfriend Alyssa Miller, Girls actress Allison Williams and 30 Rock's Jack Mc Brayer.'I tied [the ring] in a bow around our dog's collar,' Seth recently told People, adding that Alexi came home later than expected. On the show, the 28-year-old actress chatted about spending time with her boyfriend Josh Groban in the Big Apple.from Studio 8G in 30 Rockefeller Center – the same night as the final session of the Republican National Convention from Cleveland.Presumably, Meyers will have choice words for the party’s presumptive presidential nominee, Donald Trump, whom he has jokingly banned from the show.CBS’ “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” will broadcast two weeks of live shows on the East Coast during the July political conventions, operating without the benefit of the editing room from Monday, July 18 through Thursday July 21 for the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, and Monday, July 25, through Thursday, July 28, during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.Bill Maher has unveiled plans to expand his weekly HBO program, “Real Time,” with two extra editions slated to air in the weeks the conventions take place. And Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” will cover both events from the ground, with tapings taking place in Cleveland and Philadelphia.