Oprah Winfrey's avocado toast is not like yours.
"We plan for the unplannable."
The annual glitzy event where journalists covering the White House normally dine with the president, power brokers and celebrities will be held in Washington Saturday night, but without President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump spoke to the nation for his first State of the Union on Tuesday night and late night hosts like Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah were ready to react.
The unyielding barrage of news coming out of Washington, D.C. has kept late-night programs like "The Daily Show" on their toes and, in many cases, riding a wave of ratings success. But do hosts like Trevor Noah ever crave a breath of creative fresh air?
In times when it is easy and understandable to be at a loss for words, late-night television hosts often find themselves searching for the right ones to say.
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