VIDEO: Tina Fey on Female Late Night Host: 'Ellen Is Going to Be the First'

May 15
8:46 2014

Tina Fey stopped by last night's SETH MEYERS and spoke about honoring Don Rickles, Fred's foul-mouthed karaoke and the sketches she repeatedly shot down at SNL. She also predicts that Ellen DeGeneres will be the first female to host a late night talk show, explaining, ""Ellen is going to be the first person to break through, because she is already wearing jackets."


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VIDEO: Tina Fey on Female Late Night Host: 'Ellen Is Going to Be the First'

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