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Watch Trevor Noah, Jimmy Fallon, More Roast Fyre Festival


Fyre Competition, the new luxury pageant co-launched and structured by Ja Rule and entrepreneur Billy McFarland, was scheduled to choose position in the Bahamas this weekend. The pageant was plagued by chaos and eventually postponed. Last evening, Jimmy Fallon, Conon O’Brien, and Trevor Noah of “The Every day Show” all tackled the catastrophe all through their respective plans. “I know a good deal of men and women truly feel robbed, but here’s my suggestion,” Noah explained. “Think of this complete ordeal as a seriously immersive refugee encounter. Never get mad, get woke.” Look at out clips from the reveals beneath.

Soon after the catastrophe went viral, the Bahama Ministry of Tourism issued a assertion, Ja Rule apologized, stating that the fest was “NOT A Rip-off,” and McFarland discussed the catastrophe, promising a make-up pageant up coming 12 months. On Sunday, Ja Rule took to Twitter to challenge an update on the scenario. Seth Rogan and The Lonely Island discovered that they’ve coincidentally been working on a film about “a music pageant that goes HORRIBLY Improper.” The fest most not too long ago gave ticketholders the option to opt-in to VIP position for up coming year’s fest, as opposed to a refund.

Read through our new Pitch piece, “Browsing for Answers in Fyre Festival’s Viral Catastrophe.”