Trevor Noah Emmy
Photo Cred: The Daily Show

What do you do when you see Beyoncé walking toward you at an Oscars party? Not this.


New York, America – The host of the Daily Show took a moment to chat to his audience about his Oscars experience and being at Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s official after-party.

The Daily Show’s “Between the Scenes” is an Emmy award winning short form series featuring Trevor Noah interacting with the audience when the show cuts to commercials.

“‘Between the Scenes’ has become this really cool way to connect with the audience on all kinds of conversations happening in the world. Sometimes it’s a continuation of something we did on the show, or something happening in pop culture — but it has the ability to touch upon more serious topics, or it can just be downright fun and jovial.”

In a recent episode, Trevor gave viewers the inside scoop to an Oscars after-party. From jamming with Black Coffee, to being intimidated by Usher’s dance moves, and then the ultimate what-to-do when Beyoncé is walking towards you.

We love Trevor, and his incredible sense of humour!

Watch the video below:

Sources: Youtube 
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