LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS Monologue Highlights - 7/9

LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS Monologue Highlights - 7/9

Below, check out "Late Night with Seth Meyers" monologue highlights from July 9th!

Yesterday, Brazil lost to Germany in the World Cup semifinals by a score of 7 to 1. People in Brazil were so upset, they only partied until 3 in the morning.

According to a new report from BP, the earth will run out of oil in 53 years. Luckily, thanks to BP, the ocean will still have plenty.

A British man is being fined 150 pounds for stealing a box of diapers. The man was able to steal the diapers because they were being guarded by a Brazilian goalie.

On July 4th, police in a Washington town were forced to kill a loose cow after it tossed a police officer in the air. I guess when cows get bored, they go cop-tipping.

Yesterday Alice Cooper was inducted into the White Castle Burger Hall of Fame. It's like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame but instead of receiving a regular plaque, you get 4 smaller plaques.

In an upcoming article for the Wall Street Journal, Tyra Banks predicts that everyone will have a robot in the future. The article raised a lot of good questions, like: why is the Wall Street Journal interviewing Tyra Banks?


Beloved "Saturday Night Live" personality - and the longest serving "anchor" on the show's wildly popular "Weekend Update" - Seth Meyers takes over as host of NBC's "Late Night," home to A-list celebrity guests, memorable comedy and the best in musical talent.

As the Emmy-winning head writer for SNL, Seth has established a reputation for his sharp wit and perfectly timed comedy and has gained fame for his spot-on impersonations, unique characters and hilarious spoofing of topical news. Seth takes his departure from SNL to his new post at "Late Night" as Jimmy Fallon moves to "The Tonight Show."

From Emmy-winning executive producer Lorne Michaels ("Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," "Saturday Night Live") comes the next generation of Late Night jabs, laughs and unforgettable moments on "Late Night with Seth Meyers." One-hour daily show.