Late-night TV’s male hosts of 2015 impersonate one another

For the Vanity Fair spread of fall 2015 that examines how men continue to dominate the late-night TV landscape, nine of them made fun of each other through half-hearted impersonations.

Roll the clip.

Stephen Colbert, Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, James Corden, Larry Wilmore, Trevor Noah, John Oliver and Bill Maher took part in this, although as you could see, not all of them even made the cut for these short video promos.

But at least they’re on TV, which is more than can be said for the women. Am I right, ladies?

Plus, Vanity Fair made more promo clips. This one has them involved in a group text that gets sexty right quick. And the “Where the women at?” is too telling.

And here they are describing each other in one word.

Sean L. McCarthy

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