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Rudy Giuliani’s Covid diagnosis was a hot topic on late night Monday.
“How could this happen? He was being so careful!” Jimmy Kimmel joked of President Trump’s frequently maskless lawyer, whom Trevor Noah called the virus’s “least surprising victim yet.”
“And as much as you might have some schadenfreude about this thing, Rudy Giuliani testing positive for Covid-19 is a terrifying new development. Because you realize up until now we didn’t even think that dead guys could get corona.” — TREVOR NOAH
“Giuliani decided to get tested after experiencing symptoms for the last 20 years.” — SETH MEYERS
“Apparently the doctor asked, ‘When did you start feeling a little off?’ and Rudy said, ‘Right around 2009.’”— JIMMY FALLON
“It keeps getting worse for Rudy. After his test showed he had Covid, he challenged the results in court and lost.” — JIMMY FALLON
“Rudy was like, ‘How could this happen? All I did was travel around maskless and use whatever I found laying around to wipe my face.’” — JIMMY FALLON
“He’s gone from America’s Mayor to ‘America’s Sprayer.’” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“So yes, Rudy Giuliani has tested positive for the coronavirus, although he is suing to have that result overturned.” — TREVOR NOAH
The Bits Worth Watching
Jimmy Fallon and the actor Andrew Rannells parodied popular Broadway songs in “2020: The Musical.”
What We’re Excited About on Tuesday Night
Meryl Streep will catch up with James Corden, her co-star in the new musical comedy “The Prom,” on Tuesday’s “Late Late Show.”
Ariana Grande, Megan Thee Stallion and Bad Bunny are among the artists behind the best songs of 2020, according to our critics.