This was inevitable. Stars across the board have come to the defense of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and other stars during this week's celebrity leaked nude pictures by day, but by night some comedians have tried to lighten the mood. Late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Conan O'Brien all joked about the far-reaching Hollywood scandal in their monologues — and even put time into making sketches all for a quick laugh.
Fallon first introduced himself as a "former iCloud user" and dissed Kim Kardashian. "Over the weekend a hacker got into Apple's iCloud and leaked several nude pictures of celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence and Kim Kardashian," he said. "Jennifer wants to sue the hacker for damages while Kim wants to pay the hacker for his troubles."
He then introduced the segment "That's What They Said," sharing fake reactions from controversial political leaders like New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Russian president Vladimir Putin.
The other Jimmy, meanwhile, included himself in the long list of female stars that were hacked, sharing a picture of what is clearly a woman's butt. He also created a fake commercial iCloud should use to address how users can use the program for racy selfies. "I think you can tell how good or bad of a person you are based on how many seconds you wait to Google 'Jennifer Lawrence nude' after hearing the news," Kimmel told the audience. "Anything under 60 [seconds], you're going to hell."
Conan took it one step further, hiring a team of computer experts to track down the hacker. "We hacked the hacker," he teased. Late night's favorite redheaded host then shared pictures of a man "practicing unhooking a bra on his cat" and "begging Jon Gosselin for an autograph" among other ridiculous and embarrassing circumstances.
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