This is SO powerful.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis went on The Late Show Monday night with host Stephen Colbert, and performed their new song White Privilege II along side special guest Jamila Woods.
While the controversial song may have originally caused a stir due to the rapper's noticeably white skin, it looks like Macklemore heard what people had to say about the track.
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That's because while the Seattle-based musician opened things up with an extremely poignant verse, he actually left the stage to give the spotlight to some very deserving guest performers.
And we're glad he did because Jamila completely shut everything down with a haunting refrain.
Seriously, ch-ch-check out the performance right now (below)!!!
Remember when we told you about how Margot Robbie and her Suicide Squad castmates (including Cara Delevingne and Will Smith) were getting into the prison spirit by giving each other REAL tattoos?
#SquadGoals, right? Well, one of those didn't end up quite as planned…
After the Super Bowl on Sunday, Margot and Tina Fey stopped by Stephen Colbert's special episode of The Late Show to help promote their upcoming film Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.
While chatting it up with the late night host, Robbie revealed that one of the tats had a glaring error…
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Fortunately for the Wolf Of Wall Street star, the mistake wasn't at her expense but she did seem pretty embarrassed as she dished that SHE was the one who misspelled a word while inking someone else!
The victim happened to be
Miss Piggy is all about making an entrance — but her new look has got her coming in like a Wrecking Ball!
That's because the famous pig is channeling her inner Miley Cyrus on this week's episode of The Muppets!
Rocking out blonde braids and a foam finger from Miley's 2013 MTV VMAs performance, Miss Piggy is certainly showing off a younger look!
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We don't know exactly why the fine swine changing up her style, but her makeover seems to be encouraged by comic duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele!
After finding out about a new visitor who is heading to the Muppets' set, the Key & Peele stars warn MP and Kermit to listen to the visitor's crazy suggestions or their show will get cancelled — and hilarity ensues:
Have you found yourself standing by a watercooler listening to talk about Making a Murderer unable to join in on the conversation because you're too lazy to watch the ten-part documentary?
Well you're in luck!
That's because Stephen Colbert tackled the controversial, true crime Netflix series on Tuesday night and basically broke everything down so simple that EVERYONE could understand the plot.
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The Late Show host invited the creators of Making a Murderer Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos over to chat about their hit docu-series and reveal whether or not they thought Steven Avery was actually guilty.
Plus, they even admitted that they want their next project to be all about Florence + The Machine! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the makings of the Making a Murderer creators (below)!!!