Transcript for You can’t say the title of London Hughes’ new comedy special on TV
It's always the basic ones that just find love first. All your friendships group, all of the ugly ones are married first, you know. I have a lot of ugly, happy basic friends. Right? And they always look at me and they're like, London, you need to go out there, girl, you got to find a single guy in a club and I'm like, a single guy in a club, you have more like finding a black girl in a Judd apatow movie. That is London Hughes, in the Netflix comedy special produced by Kevin hart, the special based on her popular tour in the U.K. And allegedly explore herself dating experiences among other things. She is joining us for her first-ever U.S. TV interview. We have a feeling it won't be her last because she is very funny. Thank you. Yes. We've enjoyed you during the commercial break, making us laugh. London Hughes, thanks so much for being with us. Hi, thank you for having me. It's good to be here. This is so surreal. I love it. I love it. I made it. Great. We have to ask first, especially about your dating experiences, so how is the dating thing going? Are we still talking to a single London Hughes right now? We're still talking to a single London Hughes. Still single. America, if you're listening, I'm looking for love, this has killed my dating, it is crazy. London, you are from London. Yes. You got a one way ticket, you came here last year. As soon as you got here, pandemic hit, and we went through the summer of protests and racial reckoning, presidential election, and here we are. On behalf of Amy robach and myself, let me say welcome to America. I feel like I've been through it all. I literally got here, February 8th, 2020, and I've lived in the you can my whole life. I got rid of my flat in the uk. Said good-bye to my parents. I'm off to America to be a star. Go to L.A. Two weeks later, the whole world imploded. It's insane. I lived through that. I lived through the protests. I call it the race war. It's been crazy. And then there were California wildfires. Ash was falling from the sky. I'm like this is America. It's crazy. And now, I feel so American. I'm hardened now. Nothing phases me. Insurrection, whatever. Godzilla could walk down sunset boulevard and I wouldn't even bat an eyelid. I was going to say -- Whatever. Did all of this -- did 2020 here in America give you a lot to work with in terms of the comedy? Yes. Yeah, my next show will just be called this is America. Like honestly, I've got so many stories, it's been insane. Yes, I feel like my memoirs are going to be amazing when I finally write them. Who could have thought this would happen to me here in 2020? Congratulations on everything taking place. We said a Netflix special. There's a reason we haven't given the name because we can't actually say it on the air here. The title -- No, we can't. Can we not? London, we can't. We can't. London! I did not say it. Please. Let me say it in code. We cannot, but folks can find it, no problem. But London, it is an absolute pleasure. It's a treat. We're hearing great, great, great things about you. A lot more people will know your name here. And welcome to America. We'll send you a care package. Thank you for having me. Thank you very much, guys. You can catch the Netflix comedy special that we can't name, and "History of swear words," and the first episode of the Netflix after-party, all streaming now on Netflix. We can all use a laugh right about now. So excited to watch that.
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