Transcript for Sean Spicer to make late-night TV debut on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'
Good morning, everybody. We'll begin with former white house press secretary Sean spicer. Making his late night television debut tonight, he has decided to sit down with Jimmy Kimmel for his first interview since leaving his post at the white house. That is going to be -- if nothing else, very entertaining. Kimmel tweeted this picture of himself last week so he's wearing a Navy hat. He's posing with spicer and writes if I promise to look at the camera this time, will you come to my show. The Navy reserve member spicer wrote five minces later it's a deal and now we have a show. Simple. Yeah. I'm sure you guys all have enjoyed Melissa Mccarthy's spicer on "Saturday night live." We're sure Jimmy will asking Sean how he feels about her Emmy nominated performance when he hits the couch on Jimmy Kimmel live on ABC 11:35 P.M. Don't miss it. It'll make pop tomorrow. Yeah. We'll wait and see what happens. Issa Rae, the easy breezy beautiful writer of "Insecure" shouldn't be any longer and announced her role on Instagram sharing a photo getting made up and had a caption about being a teen and living through cover girl's ads and Issa joins an a-list of many including queen latifah. It is a great show. She is so incredibly talented. So deserving. That smile lights up a room. Easy breezy. Finally, hurricane Irma story that will make you believe. A nun whose mission is to help others was really able to come through when they pulled up to a street that was blocked with downed tree, yeah, she is holding a chainsaw. Rather than wait for divine intervention she pulled out that chainsaw and she started cutting down those trees. How fabulous is this. A police officer from the miami-dade department was driving by and he saw her. He had to whip out his phone and start shooting. He shared the video and Instagram saying, sister Margaret Ann in action. She is the principal of a local high school in Miami and told CNN, quote, there was a need, I had the means and I wanted to help out. Yes, she did. The call of action.
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