Put your hands together for Michelle Buteau, with special guests Yrsa Daley-Ward and D.L. Hughley!
The comedian and unofficial “3rd Dope Queen” has a new podcast from WNYC Studios — and you can see it taped live.
In the great tradition of late night, but with Michelle’s signature comedy and warmth, Late Night Whenever features celebrity interviews, hilarious monologues and music from Michelle’s BFF Rob Lewis, producer to stars like Christina Aguilera and Patti LaBelle.
Get ready for the no-budget Oprah experience as Michelle turns the mic on her audience. She’ll keep you on your toes like Misty Copeland at the Met!
On this show:
Yrsa Daley-Ward, a writer and poet of mixed West Indian and West African heritage, is the author of the poetry collection bone and The Terrible: A Storyteller’s Memoir. Born to a Jamaican mother and a Nigerian father, she was raised by her devout Seventh Day Adventist grandparents in the small town of Chorley in the North of England.
D.L. Hughley is one of “The Original Kings of Comedy.” He hosts The D.L. Hughley Show, a nationally syndicated radio program broadcast on sixty stations. His comedy specials have appeared on HBO and Showtime, and his satirical documentary, DL Hughley: The Endangered List, received the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award. He has created and starred in shows on BET, ABC, Comedy Central, TBS, and CNN. His comedic oral history of the Obama Years, Black Man, White House, was a New York Times bestseller. In 2018, D.L. was ranked #1 on the Hollywood Reporter’s “Comedians Social Media Rankings.” He lives with his family in Los Angeles, California.
About Michelle Buteau
You know Michelle’s work from 2 Dope Queens, along with Broad City, Key and Peele, The Eric Andre Show, and as a host on VH1’s Big Morning Buzz.
Born in New Jersey to Caribbean parents, the comedian/actress brings her unique perspective and big personality to stage and screen. As a comedian, she has toured the country performing at colleges, clubs, and festivals. Her half-hour special premiered on Comedy Central in September, and Comedy Central Records concurrently released her album, Shut Up!, which is now available on iTunes. She starred in the Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg directed/produced pilot Singularity. She will be a featured comedian on the 2 Dope Queens special for HBO.