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Trevor Noah pays tribute to Black women in his life in last edition of The Day by day Show

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Trevor Noah paid tribute to the ‘sensible’ Black women in his life on his final edition of The Day by day Show Thursday.

In a segment, the South African comedian, 38, thanked his fans and the Black women who ‘nourished and formed’ him and were ‘numerous the rationale why’ he’s been successful in show business.

Noah said, ‘Special shout out to Black women – I’ve often been credited with having these grand ideas. People say, “Oh Trevor, you are so smart.” I’m like, “Who do you think that teaches me? Who do you think that shaped me, nourished me and formed me?” 

The most recent: Trevor Noah, 38, paid tribute to the ‘sensible’ Black women in his life on his final edition of The Day by day Show Thursday

‘From my mom, my grand[mom], my aunt, all these Black women in my life, but in America as well. I tell people if you wish to truly find out about America, talk over with Black women cause, unlike everybody else, Black women cannot afford to f*** around and discover.’

Noah said that ‘Black people understand how hard it’s when things go bad, especially in America, but anywhere where Black people live… when things go bad, Black people know that it’s worse for them.’

Noah said ‘Black women specifically, they know what s*** is. They know what happens if things don’t go the best way it should.’

Noah named various Black leaders who’re influential to him – a bunch consisting of Tarana Burke, Tressie McMillan Cottom, Roxane Gay and Zoé Samudzi – calling them ‘sensible, sensible women’ who informed, educated and argued with him.

In a segment, the South African comedian thanked his fans and the ‘sensible’ Black women who ‘nourished and formed’ him and were ‘numerous the rationale why’ he’s succeeded in show business

Noah expressed his gratitude toward his fanbase and crew on his final edition of the show

Noah expressed his gratitude toward his fanbase and crew on his final edition of the show 

Noah said that 'Black people understand how hard it is when things go bad, especially in America, but any place where Black people live... when things go bad, Black people know that it's worse for them'

Noah said that ‘Black people understand how hard it’s when things go bad, especially in America, but anywhere where Black people live… when things go bad, Black people know that it’s worse for them’

‘Do yourself a favor: you truly need to know what to do or the right way to do it?’ he said. ‘Or perhaps one of the simplest ways or essentially the most equitable way? Refer to Black women – they’re numerous the rationale why I’m here and so I’m grateful to them. I’m grateful to each considered one of you. This has been an honor. Thanks.’

On his final show, Noah looked back on his stewardship on the Comedy Central series, which began in September of 2015.

‘I remember once we began the show, we couldn’t get enough people to fill an audience,’ Noah said. ‘There have been empty seats after which I have a look at this now, I do not take it with no consideration ever. 

He continued: ‘Every seat that has ever been filled to observe something that I’m doing, I at all times appreciate it because I do know there’s an empty seat that sits behind it so thanks a lot. Thanks to the individuals who watch, the individuals who share the clips.’

Noah said he appreciated ‘everyone who’s had an opinion, everyone whose been kind enough and gracious enough, even when it is a critique.

‘I wanna say I appreciate those people. Even the individuals who hate-watch, you continue to pulled up the rankings so thanks, I’m eternally grateful to you.’

In the monologue of his final program, Noah said, 'When I started the show, I had three clear goals. I'm going to make sure Hillary gets elected, I'm going to make sure that I prevent a global pandemic from starting, and I'm going to become best friends with Kanye West'

Within the monologue of his final program, Noah said, ‘Once I began the show, I had three clear goals. I’ll be certain Hillary gets elected, I’ll be certain that I prevent a worldwide pandemic from starting, and I’ll change into best friends with Kanye West’

Noah's departure comes amid a time a number of his colleagues have ended their shows, including Conan O’Brien last year and Samantha Bee earlier this year

Noah’s departure comes amid a time various his colleagues have ended their shows, including Conan O’Brien last yr and Samantha Bee earlier this yr 

Noah currently has a Netflix special titled I Wish You Would, and is set to hit the road next year on the Off the Record Tour, which will tour through 28 cities

Noah currently has a Netflix special titled I Wish You Would, and is about to hit the road next yr on the Off the Record Tour, which can tour through 28 cities

Within the monologue of his final program, Noah said, ‘Thanks a lot for coming out and for tuning in – especially tonight. Because that is the ultimate episode of The Day by day Show with Trevor Noah. It is not just that – it is also a celebration.’

He joked, ‘Once I began the show, I had three clear goals. I’ll be certain Hillary gets elected, I’ll be certain that I prevent a worldwide pandemic from starting, and I’ll change into best friends with Kanye West.’

Noah then appeared in a series of goodbye segments featuring his contributors Michael Kosta, Dulcé Sloan, Ronny Chieng, Roy Wood Jr., Desi Lydic and Jordan Klepper.

Kosta told him he was sad he was leaving the show, adding, ‘You recognize what, I would not trade our friendship for anything, Trevor. ‘

In a mock exit interview, Noah told Desi Lydic, ‘Everyone who knows you is lucky to know you,’ adding that she was ‘considered one of the funniest people [he’s] ever met but considered one of the worst weather people [he’s] ever worked with.’

Sloan wished Noah well as she said he was headed for a profession in movies, to which Noah said, ‘I’m not actually leaving for a movie coming out leaving for an additional show. I do not have anything lined up in the mean time.’

Noah then appeared in a series of goodbye segments with contributors Jordan Klepper, Michael Kosta, Ronny Chieng, Desi Lydic, Roy Wood Jr. and Dulcé Sloan

Noah then appeared in a series of goodbye segments with contributors Jordan Klepper, Michael Kosta, Ronny Chieng, Desi Lydic, Roy Wood Jr. and Dulcé Sloan

Sloan wished Noah well as she said he was headed for a career in films, to which Noah said, 'I'm not actually leaving for a movie coming out leaving for another show. I don't have anything lined up at the moment'

Sloan wished Noah well as she said he was headed for a profession in movies, to which Noah said, ‘I’m not actually leaving for a movie coming out leaving for an additional show. I do not have anything lined up in the mean time’

Sloan told Noah, 'Wait a minute. So you are leaving a good job? You are quitting a job without having another job lined up? S***, are you crazy? You don't leave a job!'

Sloan told Noah, ‘Wait a minute. So you’re leaving job? You’re quitting a job without having one other job lined up? S***, are you crazy? You do not leave a job!’

She replied, ‘Wait a minute. So you’re leaving job? You’re quitting a job without having one other job lined up? S***, are you crazy? You do not leave a job!’

Chieng thanked Noah ‘for every part,’ adding, ‘You could have modified my life,’ adding, ‘you had closer friends than me who’re more talented than me, but you said, “No, I need this guy because you’re adamant about having Asian representation on the show,” and I actually appreciated it. 

‘The entire time here, it felt prefer it was just the 2 of us immigrants coming together to inform Americans what was fallacious with them, which they at all times appreciate.’

After a couple of jokes, he ended his segment in telling Noah, ‘On behalf of everyone watching right away and from the underside of my heart, can I be the brand new host?’

Wood did an prolonged bit by which he tried to coax Noah into saying he was probably not from Africa.

In a mock exit interview, Noah told Desi Lydic, 'Everyone who knows you is lucky to know you,' adding that she was 'one of the funniest people [he's] ever met but one of the worst weather people [he's] ever worked with'

In a mock exit interview, Noah told Desi Lydic, ‘Everyone who knows you is lucky to know you,’ adding that she was ‘considered one of the funniest people [he’s] ever met but considered one of the worst weather people [he’s] ever worked with’

Ronny Chieng told Noah, 'On behalf of everyone watching right now and from the bottom of my heart, can I be the new host?'

Ronny Chieng told Noah, ‘On behalf of everyone watching right away and from the underside of my heart, can I be the brand new host?’

Wood did an extended bit in which he tried to coax Noah into saying he was not really from Africa

Wood did an prolonged bit by which he tried to coax Noah into saying he was probably not from Africa

‘Everybody has to do it to get the job, bro,’ he said. ‘Looking Black, sounding British, that’s the way you get the job … that’s the way you play the sport, man. Just be real with me, bro, just be real with me. It has been seven years, you aren’t African!’

After Noah denied it, Wood said, ‘Whatever, it’s been run.’

After a segment featuring Klepper, Noah welcomed his friend Neal Brennan onto the series, where they spoke about Noah’s success and the keys to staying completely happy.

Brennan said, ‘I worry what’s going to occur if you get up tomorrow at one within the afternoon: Do you realize that you simply’re not going to be the host of The Day by day Show anymore?

He added, ‘Yeah, you’re just gonna be a best-selling creator, who does comedy in sold-out arenas all over the world,’ prior to handing him a bouquet of flowers.

The show also featured a segment of goodbyes from notable names reminiscent of Vice President Kamala Harris, Oprah Winfrey, Hillary Clinton, Issa Rae, Tracee Ellis Ross, Nick Offerman and Jesse Williams. 

On his final show, Noah looked back on his stewardship on the Comedy Central series, which began in September of 2015. Pictured in 2016

On his final show, Noah looked back on his stewardship on the Comedy Central series, which began in September of 2015. Pictured in 2016

Noah signed off on his final episode after more than seven years on the air

Noah signed off on his final episode after greater than seven years on the air

Noah announced he was leaving the show during a September 29 taping in saying that he felt gratitude after seven years of hosting the show, which Jon Stewart left in 2015.

‘I noticed, after the seven years, my time is up,’ the Johannesburg, South Africa-born TV personality said.

Noah said that ‘so many individuals didn’t consider in us,’ adding that ‘it was a crazy bet to make’ to anoint him host of the series.

‘I still think it was a crazy alternative – this random African,’ he said. ‘I desired to say thanks to the audience for a tremendous seven years. It’s been wild. It’s been truly wild.’

Noah’s departure comes amid a time various his colleagues have ended their shows, including Conan O’Brien last yr and Samantha Bee earlier this yr.

Noah currently has a Netflix special titled I Wish You Would, and is about to hit the road next yr on the Off the Record Tour, which can tour through 28 cities.

The Day by day Show initially hit the air in 1996 on Comedy Central with Craig Kilborn hosting. Jon Stewart was host of the show between 1999 until 2015.

The show is slated to return to the air January 17, as various guests hosts have been announced. They include Al Franken, Chelsea Handler, D.L. Hughley, Leslie Jones, John Leguizamo, Hasan Minhaj, Kal Penn, Sarah Silverman, Wanda Sykes and Marlon Wayans.

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