Entertainment How Sarah Cooper and Helen Mirren Re-Enacted Trump's 'Access Hollywood' Tape (Video)
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In her latest lip-syncing parody video, comedian Sarah Cooper portrayed an increasingly coked-up Donald Trump as he calls on Joe Biden to take a drug test before Tuesday night's debate. Cooper used audio from an Aug. 31 interview Trump did with Fox News' Laura Ingraham, when Trump said he believed Biden was using some kind of "enhancement" during the debates. "I watched Biden in the previous debates and he was horrible. And I watched him in theCooper used audio from an Aug. 31 interview Trump did with Fox News' Laura Ingraham, when Trump said he believed Biden was using some kind of "enhancement" during the debates.
Sarah Cooper appeared on Tuesday night's episode of CBS's "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" and the host praised her as "one of the unexpected discoveries and delights of the last seven months."
The popular TiKTok impersonator — who has won notoriety from her viral videos in which— discussed her new Netflix special "Sarah Cooper: Everything's Fine." But it was Cooper's connection to Helen Mirren that fascinated Colbert the most.
In the new Netflix special, Cooper and Mirren re-enact the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape in which then-reality-show star Donald Trump bragged to host Billy Bush about "grabbing women by the p—y."
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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump unleashed a torrent of fabrications and fear-mongering in a belligerent debate with Joe Biden, at one point claiming that the U.S. death toll would have been 10 times higher under the Democrat because he wanted open borders in the pandemic. Biden preached no such thing. Trump barrelled into the debate Tuesday night as unconstrained by the facts as at his rallies, but this time having his campaign opponent and frequently the Fox News moderator, Chris Wallace, calling him out in real time, or trying. Biden stumbled on the record at times as the angry words flew from both men on the Cleveland stage.
Colbert wondered how Cooper managed to get the Award-winning actress to play Bush in the video, and apparently all it took was a phone call. "I can't tell you how happy I was when she agreed to do this," Cooper said. "She was game from the minute I spoke to her on the phone."
Using a British accent, Cooper described how Mirren asked, "Now, I am going to be dressed like a man? I'm Billy Bush, but I'm not Billy Bush?"
"We rehearsed on Zoom… We listened to the audio over and over again and it's really uncomfortable audio to listen to," Cooper told Colbert about the recording, which was made in 2005 but released in October 2016 just ahead of the election.
Cooper also shared how she had a sore neck during one of the rehearsals and Mirren advised her to take ibuprofen so Cooper said, "I helped her with TikTok and she helped me with my sore neck."
Conversation then turned to how Colbert had actually met Cooper years earlier when he appeared at a Google town hall in which he was being interviewed by the company's CEO, Eric Schmidt. Cooper was working at Google at the time and was one of the people who stood and asked a question.
You can catch the re-enactment on Cooper's Netflix special. And watch her appearance on "The Late Show".
Sarah Connor: Marc Terenzi's duet with son Tyler gives you goose bumps .
Singer Sarah Connor (40) and Marc Terenzi (42) can be really proud of their children! It wasn't until September that their daughter Summer (14) was able to demonstrate her talent for singing , now their son Tyler (16) is getting his big moment too. Just like Summer, Tyler stands in front of the camera with his father - and this duet gives you goose bumps.