Late-Night Comedians Recognize Man in Stormy Daniels' Police Sketch
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The late-night hosts considered a variety of celebrities before Jimmy Fallon nailed exactly who the man looked like.

Stormy Daniels dropped by "The View" on Tuesday where she revealed a police sketch she had made of the man she claims threatened her several years back regarding her alleged affair with Donald Trump. The sketch quickly made the rounds on social media and immediately grabbed the attention of the late-night comedians.

Surprisingly -- or perhaps not surprisingly if you've seen the picture -- most of them came to the same conclusions as to who the man in the sketch looked like. In truth, though, those comparisons proved the flaws in the sketch as Jimmy Fallon came to the true conclusion of how well it narrows down the suspects.

Fallon, Stephen Colbert, James Corden and Conan O'Brien all had a lot of fun with Stormy Daniels' appearance, with Fallon even imagining how she might itemize her Trump experiences on her taxes.

"The Late Late Show with James Corden"

James Corden was very impressed with the police sketch of the man who allegedly threatened Stormy Daniels. "When the police saw the sketch they were like, 'Put out an APB for a white male, late 20s, very strong cheek bones, great hair, supple lips and eyes you can just lose yourself in," he mooned.

After a closer look at the picture, he came up with who the picture reminded him of. "Police are making progress," he said. "So far they've questioned a young Willem Dafoe, a middle-aged Jon Bon Jovi and all of the members of the band Hanson. We're getting closer."

Corden then shifted to Donald Trump, but Daniels' alleged assailant was still in the back of his mind. He talked about the request by Trump and Michael Cohen to review the documents taken from Cohen's office during the FBI raid before the courts could look at them, saying, "Trump and his lawyer must have been unhappy that the judge denied their request, because right after the hearing, guess who was waiting for the judge in the parking lot?" He then flashed up the police sketch one more time.

"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"

Stephen Colbert flashed up the police sketch and immediately reached the same conclusion as much of Twitter on Tuesday. "The love child of Willem Dafoe, Tom Brady and Bon Jovi."

He then told his audience, "We have a video of his last known whereabouts." With this he cut to a clip from a-ha's classic sketch music video for "Take on Me." So now that song is stuck in our heads this morning.

"If being a goon doesn't work out he could become a model for Abercrombie & Fitch," Colbert suggested for the man.

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon wasn't nearly as impressed with the released sketch as his fellow hosts. After showing it to his audience, he responded to it by saying, "Great, now they have it narrowed down to every white guy. So that's perfect."

After a closer look, Fallon was able to narrow it down. "That looks like the love child of Tom Brady and Bon Jovi," he said.

As Tuesday was also the tax filing deadline, Fallon had some fun exploring how Daniels might have filed. "She listed her hush money from Donald Trump under gross income. I thought that was very interesting," Fallon joked. "Of course, I'm just kidding ... but she did list sleeping with Trump as a charitable donation."

"Conan"

Conan O'Brien talked about Stormy Daniels' appearance on "The View" as well, though he didn't go into detail about the police sketch. Instead he theorized Stormy saying, "This is weird. I'm not used to being watched by millions of women."

One of those women might have been the First Lady, as O'Brien also cracked a joke about Trump that was clearly inspired by his alleged infidelities. "It was reported that President Trump has been pushing for women's health programs that are based on abstinence," O'Brien said. "Trump said, 'It was actually my wife's idea.'"

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