January 19, 2016 - Jess Glynne

  • 01/19/2016

Jordan Klepper reacts to the U.K. Parliament insulting Donald Trump, Roy Wood Jr. examines political betting, and Jess Glynne performs songs from "I Cry When I Laugh."

Great News. This just in.

We have some breaking newsright now.

Sarah Palin endorsingDonald Trump for president...

(laughter)

It has begun...!

I feel like Sarah Palin

was always goingto endorse Donald Trump.

I don't know why. Like...

No, why did it take herthis long?

It's like getting eight minutesinto a porn,

and they're still talkingabout the plumbing.

Like... we all knowwhere this is going.

Stop being coy,and just get there!

This is the power matchup.

Ah, I can't waitfor more of this.

But speaking of Donald Trump,according to recent polling,

the Teflon Donald is currentlydominating the Republican field.

Yeah, he's... no, he'seven doing surprisingly well

among evangelical voters.

Because, you see,supporting Donald Trump

is a lot like masturbation--

-(laughter)-uh, you know it's a sin,

but it feels so good.

(laughter)

So... so yesterday,

Trump gave a speechat Liberty University,

which, for those of youwho don't know,

is basicallythe Christian college

that conservativeshave to speak at

when they're tryingto get elected president.

It's a... it's a campaign trail.

You know, it's likea rite of passage.

Like, in America,you go to prom.

You know, like, or inSouth Africa, you go to prom.

-Um...-(laughter)

And I know... I know some of youright now are going,

"That's not how a zebrawould wear a dress."

And you're wrong.It's zeh-bra.

So, uh...

so Trump was reaching out to evangelical Christians,

and, uh, let the pandering begin.

I wrote The Art of the Deal. I wrote many bestsellers.

Like, The Art of the Deal-- everybody read The...

Who has read The Art of the Deal in this room?

-(scattered applause)-Everybody. I always say...

I always say,a deep, deep second to...

the Bible! The Bibleis the best. The Bible.

The Bible blows it away.There is nothing like the Bi...

(-laughter)-You hear that, God?!

You finally got that blurbyou were looking for!

(laughter)

Really? Second to the Bible?

So, yeah, apparentlyDonald Trump loves the Bible!

Well, let's see how much he loves the Bible.

I hear this isa major theme right here,

but Two Corinthians, right?

Two Corinthians 3:17,that's the whole ball game.

"Where the spiritof the Lord"-- right?

"Where the spirit of the Lordis, there is liberty.

And here,there is Liberty College--

but... Liberty University,but it is so true!

This man has no ideawhat he's talking about.

-(laughter)-No idea!

So basically, you were goingto Liberty University

and you thought,"If I find the word 'liberty'

"in the Bible, then I'm golden!

I'm golden!That's the whole ball game!"

What ball game?I don't know!

Two Corinthiansisn't the whole...

In fact,it's not even Two Corinthians!

It's Second Corinthians!

The Second Epistle of Paulto the Corinthians!

And as I'm sure the crowd atLiberty University can tell you,

it is easier to pass a camelthrough the eye of a needle

than it is to tryand pull that (bleep) off

in front of Bible students.

It is so insane, you know?

I mean, do you know what,in Trump's defense,

maybe he was just confusing it

with the often forgottensequel 2 Corinthians, 2 Furious.

(laughter)

You know the... the biggestthing about Donald Trump is,

love him or hate him,you have to talk about him.

And this isn't justan American thing.

In fact, yesterday the Britishparliament actually debated

whether to ban Trumpfrom the United Kingdom

because of his inflammatorystatements about Muslims.

NEWSWOMAN: Legislators will discuss a petition

signed by more than half a million people

to ban Trump from entering Britain.

That's right-- more than500,000 British people

signed a petitionto ban Donald Trump

from entering the UK.

500,000 people.

That's almost the entire castof Game of Thrones.

(laughter)

And a lot of peopleare saying it's not fair.

I mean, if Britain can ban

America's most inflammatoryreality TV star,

then why does Americahave to keep theirs?

That's a good question.

But what you needto understand is,

Britain has a fairly highMuslim population.

So Donald Trump really getstheir blood going.

And fortunately,the Brits have a solution.

Can I not suggest that actuallythis is about buffoonery,

and ultimately, buffooneryshould not be met

with the blunt instrumentof a ban,

but with a classicBritish response of ridicule.

(laughter)

(whooping, applause)

Ah...

yes.

Classic British ridicule,

the number one formof punishment in the UK.

It's the reason their policemendon't carry guns.

They're all armed with a littlebook of British insults.

Stop your babbling,you asshole bampot!

You've done it this time,you gormless mingebag!

I'll box your eyes out,you Benedict Cumberbatch!

-(laughter)-So unlike America,

Britain has decidednot to take Trump seriously,

but rather to give him the rightrollicking that he deserves.

Donald Trump isno more than a demagogue.

He panders to...he panders to people's fears,

as opposed to their strengths.

Donald Trump is a fool.

He is free to be a fool.

He is a wazzock.

A ridiculous xenophobe.

His policy to close borders

if he is elected as presidentis bonkers!

(British accent):Is bonkers!

It's completely bonkers!

Oh, by the way,I do have a feeling

that one of those guys wasjust Jeb Bush in disguise.

-(laughter)-Like... just in the corner...

You know, the greatest partabout this whole debate

is that itactually wasn't a debate.

It turns out parliamentdidn't even hold a vote.

They were all just thereto sit around

and make fun of Donald Trump.

Now, some of the foolish thingsthat Donald Trump has said.

"The concept of global warming

"was createdby and for the Chinese

in order to make U.S.manufacturing noncompetitive."

He then went onto be offensive.

He said,"I would build a great wall,

and nobody builds wallsbetter than me. Believe me."

(laughter)

Actually...

you know, when you say thatstuff with a British accent,

it doesn't sound that crazy.

-(laughter)-Yeah, I don't know.

Even I'm like, wait...

did the Chineseinvent global warming?

And tell me moreabout that wall.

For more, we goto our senior UK correspondent,

-Jordan Klepper, everybody!-(cheering, applause)

Hello, Trev.

-Thanks for joining us, Jordan.-Yeah.

Jordan, I thought we were goingto have you outside parliament.

Uh, yeah, I'm actually hereat the Ox & Oak Pub.

I came here just afterI was at parliament.

Well... that's not exactly true.

First I swung bythe Fat & Pickle,

then I had a couple of pintsat the Spit & Swallow,

and a quick stopat the Pricey Hooker.

-Those are all pubs?-Those are mostly pubs.

-(laughter)-Okay, well, Jordan,

you were at the parliamentary debates.

What was your main takeaway?

Well, Trevor,I mean, it was... outrageous.

Say what you wantabout Donald Trump,

but as an American seeinga foreign government

ridicule one of our citizens,

I know I should definitelybe offended by that.

You don't really seemthat offended, Jordan.

No, I'm supes upset, Trevor.

Watching these smarty Britsridiculing Trump

for his ignorant fear-mongering,

I mean,it just makes me wanna...

just-just crush 'em, you know?

Like, repeatedly,over and over, you know?

This is for you, England!

-(cheering, applause)-Oh!

This is for you!

Feels good to get it out.

Jordan, I'm starting to thinkyou enjoyed this debate.

What? No.(chuckles): No.

Like I was just tellingthe bartender

over at the Rub & Tug,like, I...

I don't appreciateparliament attacking

our Republican frontrunnerwith made-up words

like "wazzock" and "bonkers"and "xenophobe," you know?

We Americans will not tolerateour supposed ally

insulting oneof our most respected

(laughing):and prominent citizens.

You do realize you're laughingright now, Jordan?

I'm not laughing.That was an anger cough.

-You know?-(laughter)

(coughs)Anger!

Look, I want to be very clear.

I have zero tolerance

for what you're doingto Donald Trump, all right?

It just makes me wannagrab you by the collar

and let you knowhow I really feel!

Thank you, Jordan.You know what?

You've been very clear.Thank you.

-(cheers and applause)-Thank you. -No problem.

I'm just... buddy, I'm just gladI could make my point.

Now, if you'll excuse me,I've got a tab open

-at the Sausage & Tits.-Thank you, Jordan.

In some countries,

people are willing to makegreat sacrifices to vote.

In America, many aren't willingto get off the couch.

What can be done about it?Roy Wood Jr. reports.

WOOD: If there's one thing we can be certain of

in the election next fall,

like a free burrito giveaway at Chipotle,

not a whole lot of people are showing up.

And these voting numbers worry election experts

like James Vaccaro.

There was a time voter turnoutwas probably 70%, 80%.

Everybody was involved.

The amount of people showing up

dwindled and dwindled and dwindled.

WOOD: But Vaccaro thinks he has a solution.

I contend that maybe oneof the ways of sparking it

would be talking about it and,A, taking bets on it.

-Betting?-Betting.

-On the election? -Yeah.Betting on an election. Yeah.

How'd you get that idea?

-I'm a bookie.-WOOD: Oh!

Well, that explains why his office is in a casino.

-Let me tell you something. -Turns out Vaccaro

has been trying to get this legalized for years.

VACCARO: I guarantee you, if you did make a bet,

you would vote.You're more informed.

Second of all,you have, uh, skin in the game.

Yeah, but gambling is a dirty,sleazy underbelly of a world.

We're talkingabout politics, you know?

It's a double whammy, pal.

You have gotten your guyin the White House,

plus you've beaten Jimmyout of some money.

-What's wrong with that?-Well, I'll tell you

what's wrong with it-- it's...

Hmm.

Hmm. Well, there's got to bea lot of (bleep).

I just can't think of itright now.

It can't work, because gambling is a sickness,

as addiction counselor

and casual male clothing model Dr. Robert Hunter explains.

My patients don't gamblethe way you go to the gym

or the way thathe eats chocolate.

They gamble the waya junky shoots dope.

Tell me some ofthe worst stories you've heard

about gamblerslosing everything.

-Whatever story...-Including the sex stuff.

Including the sex stuff?

Addiction is addiction.Takes everything.

All-consuming, all-destructive.

Then surely, gamblingon a presidential election

is a bad idea.

I don't thinkit would be awful at all.

Matter of fact, I thinkit might be a pretty good idea.

Did you just saythat you're okay

with gambling on an election?

I think it would increase ourabysmal poll turnout numbers,

and it's a game that only comesaround once every four years.

No harm, no foul.

No, no. Thankfully, it's illegal to bet

on the election in the United States,

and we all know it could never work anywhere else.

NEWSMAN: Today, gambling on American elections

is legal in Great Britain.

WOOD: England? Where the poll turnout numbers

are consistently better than ours?

VACCARO: They've been betting over there

on their electionsfor centuries.

Are they smarter than us?I don't think so.

WOOD: All right, since everybody thinks

this is such a good damn idea, let's test it.

Could I take a ragtag group of social misfits who don't vote

but love numbers, and turn them into informed voters?

Mm, what group fits that profile?

Y'all play fantasy football?

Hop in the van.Hop in the van...

That's right.

I got my election bros from the streets of Vegas.

-How you doing? -Pretty good.-All right, all right.

They knew their football...

MEN:Tom Brady.

MEN:A.P.

MAN:Bobby Boucher.

...but they didn't know their politics.

MAN:No idea.

He's not running anymore?

-Oh, he's still running.-Oh.

-MAN: Rand Paul?-Dodd Frank?

It wasn't Dodd or Frank.

Now that we established they were idiots,

it was time for the real work to begin.

I want you to putsome money on the table.

If they put money on the election,

would they learn about the candidates

the same way they do football players?

They made their pretend bets, and I gave them one hour

to go from ESPN to C-SPAN.

And, Eugene, I need a PIN code,'cause you got a credit card.

While they studied, I responsibly held on

to their money and resisted any and all temptations

of Las Vegas.

Well... almost.

An hour later, how'd they do?

Can't really rule out Rubio,because he does appeal

to fiscal conservativesand religious conservatives.

Honestly, I think that Hillaryis gonna be out of here soon,

because of that Benghazi issue.

Not only were they C-SPAN,

these mother (bleep) were C-SPAN3!

This is amazing.Clearly, some of you

have become more informedsimply by putting

your own money on the line.

Gentlemen,I can't thank you enough.

-This is good. We're done.-All right.

Can I, uh,get my credit card back?

-I'm sorry, what? -CouldI get my credit card back?

MAN:Our money?

WOOD:Oh. Oh, your money.

I-I... I invested itin the world of illusion.

The lesson of this experiment was clear.

It's not about educating new voters about the candidates.

It's that I can get rich!

I'm a journalist-- I can just show up to political events,

like this Democratic debate,

and collect the inside info I.D.!

Ching-ching, bitches!

How does O'Malley runin the rain?

How is he in the rain?

We're gettinginto the colder months--

how does she performin cold weather?

Oh, she's excellentin cold weather.

She can go south,she can go Midwest,

and she can gointo the cold northeast.

WOOD: So, O'Malley,how are you feeling?

-How do you feel?-O'MALLEY: I feel great!

Put all the money backon O'Malley.

Yeah, he's looking goodin the room.

Man, I'm betting the house. What could go wrong?

NEWSMAN: In an incredible upset, receiving 97% of the vote,

Bernie Sanders will be the next President of the United States.

Oh, (bleep) sake!

My guest tonight isa Grammy-award winning artist

whose debut album iscalled I Cry When I Laugh.

Now to play the song"Don't Be So Hard on Yourself"

from that album,please welcome Jess Glynne.

(cheering, applause)

♪ I came herewith a broken heart ♪

♪ That no one else could see

♪ I drew a smile,got it on my face ♪

♪ To paper over me

♪ The wounds healand tears dry ♪

♪ And cracks, they don't show

♪ So don't be so hardon yourself, no ♪

♪ Let's go back to simplicity

♪ I feel like I've been missing me ♪

♪ Was not whoI'm supposed to be ♪

♪ I felt this darkness over me ♪

♪ We all get there eventually

♪ I never knew where I belonged ♪

♪ But I was rightand you were wrong ♪

♪ Been telling myselfall along ♪

♪ Don't be so hardon yourself, no ♪

♪ Learn to forgive,learn to let go ♪

♪ Everyone trips,everyone falls ♪

♪ So don't be so hardon yourself, no ♪

♪ 'Cause I'm just tiredof marching on my own ♪

♪ Kind of frail,I feel it in my bones ♪

♪ Don't let my heart,my heart turn into stone ♪

♪ So don't be so hardon yourself, no ♪

♪ I'm standingon top of the world ♪

♪ Right where I wanna be

♪ So how can this dark cloudkeep raining over me? ♪

♪ The heartbreakand hell's a place ♪

♪ That everyone knows

♪ So don't be so hardon yourself, no ♪

♪ Oh, no ♪

♪ Let's go back to simplicity

♪ I feel like I've been missing me ♪

♪ Was not whoI'm supposed to be ♪

♪ I felt this darkness over me ♪

♪ We all get there eventually

♪ I never knew where I belonged ♪

♪ But I was rightand you were wrong ♪

♪ Been telling myselfall along ♪

♪ Don't be so hardon yourself, no ♪

♪ Learn to forgive,learn to let go ♪

♪ Everyone trips,everyone falls ♪

♪ So don't be so hardon yourself, no ♪

♪ 'Cause I'm just tiredof marching on my own ♪

♪ Kind of frail,I feel it in my bones ♪

♪ Don't let my heart,my heart turn into stone ♪

♪ So don't be so hardon yourself, no ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh, I

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ I learned to wave good-bye

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ How not to see my life

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ Through someone else's eyes

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ It's not an easy road

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ But now I'm not alone

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ So I, I won't

♪ Be so hard on myself, no, no

♪ No, no, no, no, don't beso hard on yourself, no ♪

♪ Learn to forgive,learn to let go ♪

♪ Everyone trips,everyone falls ♪

♪ So don't be so hardon yourself, no ♪

♪ 'Cause I'm just tiredof marching on my own ♪

♪ Kind of frail,I feel it in my bones ♪

♪ Don't let my heart,my heart turn into stone ♪

♪ So don't be so hardon yourself, no ♪

♪ 'Cause I'm just tiredof marching on my own ♪

♪ Kind of frail,I feel it in my bones ♪

♪ Don't let my heart,my heart turn into stone ♪

♪ So don't be so hardon yourself, no. ♪

-(song ends)-(cheering, applause)

Thank you!

We're here with,uh, with Jess Glynne.

Jess, thank you so muchfor joining...

-People here love you,just by the way. -Oh, thank you.

-(cheering)-No, you're amazing.

-Aw, thank you.-Absolutely amazing.

Uh, based out of London orare you living in the U.S. now?

-No, I live in London.-Still living in London.

-Yeah, yeah, yeah. -I feel likethe UK singers are taking over.

I mean, it's just, like,it's yourself, it's Adele,

it's, uh, Jessie--it's, like, everyone.

And you all havethis amazing soulful voice.

Is that, like, a London thing?

Probab... Oh, no, don't know.

I don't knowwhere it comes from.

I think it's the kind of musicyou listen to when you're...

-younger, I guess.-You were a big fan

-of Amy Winehouse, weren't you?-I was a massive fan, yeah.

-Yeah.-I still am.

-Oh, I mean, yeah...-Yeah, no. I know.

-She's not... so I mean...-No, I know.

Okay, cool. I didn't wantto be the one to tell...

-Let's not be, yeah, yeah, yeah.-All right, cool.

Just, uh...it's an amazing, amazing album.

-Aw, thank you.-Amazing music.

And, uh, everyone out there,I could not recommend her

any more than I am doingright now.

I Cry When I Laugh is available now.

Now to play us outwith the song "Hold My Hand,"

please welcome once again,Jess Glynne.

(cheering, whooping, whistling)

(mid-tempo pop intro plays)

♪ Standing in a crowded room,and I can't see your face ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, whoo-ooh-ooh ♪

♪ Put your arms around me,tell me everything's okay ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, whoo-ooh-ooh ♪

♪ In my mind, I'm running rounda cold and empty space ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, whoo-ooh-ooh ♪

♪ Just put your arms around me,tell me everything's okay ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, whoo-ooh-ooh ♪

♪ Break my bones

♪ But you won't see me fall

♪ Oh, oh, oh

♪ The rising tide

♪ Will rise against them all

♪ Oh, oh, oh

♪ Darling, hold my hand

♪ Oh, won't you hold my hand?

♪ 'Cause I don't wanna walkon my own anymore ♪

♪ Won't you understand?

♪ 'Cause I don't wannawalk alone ♪

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ There's no denying

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ You stop me falling

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ I need you all in

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ So, darling, hold my hand

♪ Soul is like a melting potwhen you're not next to me ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, whoo-ooh-ooh ♪

♪ Tell me that you've got meand you're never gonna leave ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, whoo-ooh-ooh ♪

♪ Trying to find a momentwhere I can find release ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, whoo-ooh-ooh ♪

♪ Please tell methat you've got me ♪

♪ And you're never gonna leave

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪

♪ Whoo-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, whoo-ooh-ooh ♪

♪ Break my bones

♪ But you won't see me fall

♪ Oh, oh, oh

♪ The rising tide

♪ Will rise against them all

♪ Oh, oh, oh

♪ Darling, hold my hand

♪ My hand, my hand ♪

♪ Oh, won't you hold my hand?

♪ My hand, my hand ♪

♪ 'Cause I don't wanna walkon my own anymore ♪

♪ Won't you understand?

♪ 'Cause I don't wannawalk alone ♪

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ There's no denying

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ You stop me falling

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ I need you all in

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ So, darling, hold my hand

♪ Don't wanna know

♪ That feelingwhen I'm all alone ♪

♪ So please don't make me wait

♪ 'Cause I don't wanna break

♪ No, I don't wanna fall

♪ And when you're next to me

♪ Can tellI'm not afraid to be ♪

♪ 'Cause youdon't make me wait ♪

♪ And never let me break

♪ You never let me fall

♪ Darling, hold my hand ♪

-♪ Hand... -♪ My hand, my hand ♪

♪ Oh, won't you hold my hand?

♪ Hand, hand ♪

♪ 'Cause I don't wanna walkon my own anymore ♪

♪ Won't you understand?

♪ 'Cause I don't wannawalk alone ♪

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ There's no denying

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ You stop me falling

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ I need you all in

♪ I'm ready for this

♪ So, darling,won't you hold my hand? ♪

-(song ends)-(cheering, whooping, applause)

Jess Glynne is backto play one more song

from the new albumexclusively for the Web.

The last songis called "Rather Be."

Please welcome once again,Jess Glynne.

(cheering)

♪ Oh, oh

♪ Oh, oh, oh

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh

♪ We're a thousand milesfrom comfort ♪

♪ We have traveledland and sea ♪

♪ But as longas you are with me ♪

♪ There's no placeI'd rather be ♪

♪ I would wait forever

♪ Exalted in the scene

♪ As long as I am with you

♪ My heart continues to beat

♪ With every step we take

♪ Kyoto to The Bay

♪ Strolling so casually

♪ We're different and the same

♪ Gave you another name

♪ Switch up the batteries

♪ If you gave me a chance

♪ I would take it

♪ It's a shot in the dark

♪ But I'll make it

♪ Know with all of your heart

♪ You can't shame me

♪ When I am with you

♪ There's no placeI'd rather be ♪

♪ N-N-No, no, no

♪ No place I'd rather be

♪ N-N-No, no, no

♪ No place I'd rather be

♪ N-N-No, no, no

♪ No place I'd rather be

♪ Ooh, hoo, ooh

♪ We staked out on a mission

♪ To find our inner peace

♪ And make it everlasting

♪ So nothing's incomplete

♪ It's easy being with you

♪ Sacred simplicity

♪ As long as we're together

♪ There's no placeI'd rather be ♪

♪ With every step we take

♪ Kyoto to The Bay

♪ Strolling so casually

♪ We're different and the same

♪ Gave you another name

♪ Switch up the batteries

♪ Oh, I

♪ If you gave me a chance

♪ I would take it

♪ It's a shot in the dark

♪ But I'll make it

♪ Know with all of your heart

♪ You can't shame me

♪ When I am with you

♪ There's no placeI'd rather be ♪

♪ N-N-No, no, no

♪ No place I'd rather be

♪ N-N-No, no, no

♪ No place I'd rather be

♪ N-N-No, no, no

♪ No place I'd rather be

♪ When I am with you

♪ There's no placeI'd rather be ♪

-♪ Yeah... -♪ Be... ♪

♪ Ooh

♪ Ooh, ooh, ooh

♪ Be, be, be, be

♪ Be, be, be, be, be

♪ Yeah, yeah

♪ Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

♪ If you gave me a chance

♪ I would take it

♪ It's a shot in the dark

♪ But I'll make it

♪ Know with all of your heart

♪ You can't shame me

♪ When I am with you

♪ There's no placeI'd rather be ♪

♪ N-N-No, no, no

♪ No place I'd rather be

♪ N-N-No, no, no

♪ No place I'd rather be

♪ N-N-No, no, no

♪ No place I'd rather be

♪ When I am with you

♪ There's no placeI'd rather be. ♪

(cheering, applause)

Thank you.

(cheering continues)

(whooping, cheering)

For me?

(cheering, whooping)

(Glynne laughs)

(sighs):Ah...

(laughter)

-That was so nice.-Aw, thank you.

That was wonderful. Just...

I feel likeI could just listen to it.

Well, I do.I mean, the album.

-But, like...-(laughter)

Do you do, like, private, like,just hang out

-at someone's house and...-And just sing?

-and then just sing?-Um, no.

-Oh. Well, I wasn't gonna askfor that. -(laughter)

I just saying, like, you shouldn't do it if you...

-'cause you're very talented, soif someone would ask you -Yeah.

-to do that...-It might be weird, as well.

-Yeah, it would be totallyweird. Why would y.. -Uh-huh.

Just if someone was, like,a big fan, and they were like,

"Oh, you should singat my house every day,"

and then you were like,"No, why would I..."

I wasn't gonna ask you that,and I'm glad you said no anyway.

-(laughter)-'Cause I loved it.

-Ladies and gentlemen...-Uh-huh.

-Jess Glynne.-Thank you.

-(cheering)-Thank you.

(cheering continues)