She told Entertainment Tonight: \"She was so incredible and it was a surreal experience for me to sit there and watch something that we'd all been a part of come to life in this new way. \"It was just surreal and wonderful and I thought they did such a good job at adapting the movie to the show. She was amazing and I loved meeting her afterward. We've kept in touch a bit on social media and I'm just always rooting for her. She's awesome.\"
He told the Guardian newspaper: \"It would take a lot of effort to not run away before every show but I felt I had no choice. There was nothing else that I loved that I also felt I could be good at, if I was given the chance.\"
She said: \"Growing up, my sister became famous, worldwide famous, when I was very young. I'm so proud of her, love her to death, but I don't know. Sometimes I feel like I don't really have anything for myself. I struggle with self-esteem all the time.\"
She told E! News: \"I just realised, 'Oh, this is what I love to do, \"'I love being in a writer's room. I love commenting and sounding off on people.' And right after Roe v. Wade, I hosted that. It's definitely in my wheelhouse and I'm good at it, and I like it, and I'm in the mood to work, so that's the most important thing. When you're in the mood to do something, that's when you really churn out the best stuff. We need a woman on late-night television. It doesn't even have to be late night, it's just we need a woman. Men don't represent us. We represent us!\"
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