Late Night Goes After Pepsi’s Tone-Deaf Kendall Jenner Ad!

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Sorry, Kendall Jenner — this was inevitable!

We’re sure you’ve heard about the outrage over Pepsi‘s tone-deaf protest ad — and now, late night TV is taking a stab at it!

On Wednesday, The Late Show, The Daily Show, and Late Night all addressed the negative publicity with their own creative spins.

Related: Madonna Reignites Her Feud With Pepsi!

First up, Stephen Colbert mocked the advertisement’s message:

“So far we don’t know what has caused all of America’s hot extras to take the streets. But I’m guessing it’s a protest for Attractive Lives Matter.”

Seth Meyers tried his hand at recreating an alternate ending to the defamed marketing ploy:

Trevor Noah took the opportunity to take a jab at Kim Kardashian West‘s sex tape, while also calling for other brands to be more “woke”:

Meanwhile, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon kept their comments on the subject relatively tame.

Related: People Are PISSED!

The Jimmy Kimmel Live! host said:

“The fact that this somehow made it through ├óΓé¼ΓÇ£ I can’t imagine how many meetings, and edits, and pitches, and then got the thumbs-up from who know how many people is absolutely mind-boggling.”

While The Tonight Show personality joked about Coke being better:

Needless to say, Pepsi’s week has definitely fallen flat.

Apr 6, 2017 10:15am PST

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