Seth Meyers started out slow, but kicked things into gear, thanks to an appearance by Kanye West.
Kicking things up a notch since Monday, on Tuesday Late Night with Seth Meyers included a memorable appearance by Kanye West. Yeezy performed a career-spanning medley, including his most iconic songs – Jesus Walks, Touch The Sky, Stronger, Heartless, All of the Lights, Mercy and Black Skinhead. West’s appearance included an interview with Meyers, during which the rapper was remarkably mellow and charming. Then he unleashed a torrent of classic West stage shenanigans, followed by the obligatory mic drop.
West came on Meyers' second night (dubbed by the host "Seth Meyers: Deuces") to liven things up.
Of course Kanye, self-proclaimed creative genius that he is, isn’t just resting on old laurels. West is currently working, or will work on a film, written by Brett Easton Ellis especially for him. Ellis explained that he had been reluctant to take on the project at first, but then had his mind changed last summer.
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If you think Kanye West is controversial, meet Bret Easton Ellis.
Kanye West might be famous for some of his more controversial outbursts but the rapper has got nothing on his future collaborator Brett Easton Ellis. With the American Psycho author confirming he’ll be writing a ‘Yeezus’ movie here’s a look at his ten most controversial moments.
Kanye West who is teaming up with Bret Easton Ellis for a 'Yeezus' movie, we don't know why either
1. American Psycho
Bret Easton Ellis and Kanye West are teaming up. Don't worry, it's not 'The Canyons 2'. Although it probably won't be too different.
Bret Easton Ellis, the controversial author behind American Psycho and the recent movie The Canyons starring Lindsay Lohan has revealed he's written a script for rapper Kanye West. The pair first met last year after Kanye remade a scene from the movie adaption of American Psycho to promote his latest album Yeezus.
Kanye West and Bret Easton Ellis? Really?
"Kanye and I have been meeting about writing a script for him and so that's a project that's kind of in the work," said Ellis during an interview with Vice this week.
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The 'American Psycho' author isn't a fan of this year's Nobel Prize for Literature winner.
Author Bret Easton Ellis has voiced his distaste for this year's winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Alice Munro, who most recently penned Dear Life; a collection of short stories. Taking to Twitter, the celebrated author penned a tirade against Munro's six decade-spanning career.
Bret Easton Ellis [Second From Right] Has Voiced His Distaste For Alice Munro's Writing.
"Alice Munro is so completely overrated," he wrote. "Alice Munro was always an overrated writer and now that she's won the Nobel she always will be. The Nobel is a joke and has been for ages." Christian Lorentzen, who savagely reviewed Munro's last collection, replied to Easton Ellis' tweet with a simple "Amen." In a twist, Lorentzen placed a bet that Munro would win and has apparently reaped rewards to the tune of £400, reports The Independent.
Braxton Pope, James Deen, Amanda Brooks, Bret Easton Ellis and Nolan Gerard Funk - Celebrities attend IFC Film's THE CANYONS LA Premiere at The Standard Hotel. - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Tuesday 6th August 2013
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