Seth Meyers received’t be writing any clickbait “Why I Left New York” essays anytime quickly.
The “Late Night” comedian hosted the 92nd Street Y’s first in-person gala in three years, known as “A Love Letter to NY,” on Monday — and he declared, “I love New York so much, I want to live here the rest of my life.”
But he jokingly added, “I’m sure you love New York, too. With that said, I feel like, every now and then, New York should write a love letter to you. New York to me, sometimes is the spouse that should reach out and say, ‘I’m so sorry I left the trash out in the street for a year.’”
Speaking of spouses, whereas discussing the Jewish group’s inclusivity, Meyers, who just isn’t Jewish, introduced up that his spouse Alexi Ashe is. “I spent a lot of time with my wife’s Jewish family, who I love a great deal,” he stated. “They’re especially great in a crisis. When something goes wrong, they are just wonderful. And if there’s not a crisis, they’re going to find one.”
Alvin Ailey dancer and choreographer Judith Jamison, Craig Newmark, LGBTQ advocate Jeff Schoenfeld and Rabbi Peter Rubinstein had been honored on the occasion.
Mayor Eric Adams, who it appears has but to overlook a celebration, additionally made an look and gave a speech.
The 92nd Street Y has hosted appearances and panels from company together with Hillary Clinton, Paul McCartney, Jon Stewart, Tom Ford and extra.
Meyers additionally appeared lately at NBCUniversal’s first in-person upfront displays to advertisers since 2019, telling the group, “TV is the only place where you can lie through your teeth about how great everything is and call it upfront.”