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Ali Wong Experienced Pure Joy Kissing Daniel Dae Kim

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  • Ali, it's good to see you.
  • I'm a huge fan.
  • You know that.
  • You're so super talented.
  • Huge-- the stand up specials were a huge success.
  • Now you've written, and produced,
  • and star in a movie on Netflix.
  • Fantastic.
  • Oh, thank you.
  • You've got a lot going on.
  • It's too much.
  • Yeah.
  • I don't know why I did this to myself.
  • Yeah.
  • It's great.
  • Well, you're not doing the stand up specials anymore.
  • So you're just focusing-- are you still touring?
  • I'm touring.
  • I'm touring.
  • And I tour with my kids.
  • Oh, wait, so--
  • That's the crazy part.
  • So the last two specials you did,
  • you were pregnant-- in both, or just the one?
  • I was pregnant on both.
  • I was pregnant-- they're very aware of it, too.
  • Like, my-- well, the three-year-old is always like,
  • I'm the one in the striped dress.
  • And she's like, Nikki's the one in the leopard dress.
  • So Nikki's the younger one.
  • Nikki's the younger one.
  • I thought it was unfair if I didn't give
  • the second one, a special--
  • Yeah, so-- and then you're touring with them both?
  • I'm touring with them both.
  • What is that like?
  • It's hard.
  • Like, when I do the stand up, that's like a vacation.
  • Yeah, being on stage, because being with them is so hard.
  • They're so heavy now.
  • And I know everyone says that about their kids.
  • But it's like-- it's weird.
  • Kids double in size every couple months.
  • I haven't been on this show in a year.
  • If you tripled in size since the last time I saw you,
  • it'd be really awkward.
  • Yeah, it would.
  • I wouldn't acknowledge it or anything, but--
  • Thank you.
  • Thank you.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • Or try to pick me up.
  • Or try to pick you up.
  • It would be so weird.
  • But like, my kids double in size and like-- it hurts my back.
  • And so-- I remember when I used to get massages,
  • and the masseuse would ask me, what's your goal today?
  • I used to say, to relax.
  • I want a nice Swedish massage.
  • And now I'm like, the goal is to battle pain with more pain.
  • I want you to dig your elbow into my back.
  • I want the lady who doesn't speak any English--
  • the immigrant lady, who's going to just take all of her anger
  • and frustration out on my back.
  • I see.
  • You should try acupuncture.
  • Oh, that's a good alternative.
  • Yeah, that would be better, because it's needles,
  • but it doesn't hurt.
  • But-- oh my god.
  • Well, you're so little anyway.
  • So one is-- you said three?
  • One is three.
  • And that--
  • Do we have a picture of them?
  • Oh, see, I can't do that anymore.
  • Now I just--
  • Wow.
  • There, show them the next picture.
  • That's how I carry them.
  • No matter where you are, they're in a grocery cart?
  • Instead of a stroller, you just have them in a grocery cart.
  • So you have a very minimal-- a lot of people come on this show
  • and-- especially rappers--
  • have crazy riders.
  • A rider is what they request when
  • they're in the dressing room.
  • You want water, tissues, and floss.
  • Yeah, that's it.
  • That's all my rider.
  • It's just water, tissue and floss,
  • because what those rappers don't realize
  • is that when you put Courvoisier and a big buffet of food
  • on your rider, you have to pay for it.
  • And so, I'm still really cheap.
  • I know we had a conversation about this last time
  • I was here, but like--
  • You are cheap.
  • I'm very cheap.
  • I still have to save all my money,
  • because I bring my kids on the road with me, so it's like--
  • out of all the stand up comics, I probably
  • have the lowest production cost and the highest overhead,
  • because I've got to bring those two kids with me.
  • And I bring my mom with me.
  • Is that who takes care of them, or you have a nanny?
  • That's who takes care of them when we're on the road.
  • She's free, which is great.
  • That's good.
  • I love her.
  • She's not going to sleep with my husband.
  • Right.
  • At least, I hope not.
  • Big plus.
  • That'd be great, to know that--
  • Yeah, although she is kind of GILF-y.
  • Look at her.
  • Wow.
  • She must be so proud of you, though.
  • She is.
  • I think she-- she's proud of me when I come on this show,
  • because she watches this show.
  • But yeah, for the Netflix specials
  • when I show my underwear, she's like, that underwear
  • looks loose.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • It looks loose?
  • Yeah, she's like-- I hope you've trimmed,
  • the next time you do that.
  • Oh, my.
  • To make sure everything's tucked in.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • All right, let's talk about this new movie, Always Be My Maybe.
  • It's so sweet.
  • It's so adorable.
  • And the concept is, you both have been friends.
  • Yes, I play a celebrity chef, who
  • falls back in love with her childhood friend.
  • And I co-wrote it with my real life friend, Randall Park,
  • who I've been friends with for like 16 years.
  • And it was great.
  • And I get to--
  • I have all these other love interests in the movie.
  • You kiss a lot of men.
  • I kiss a lot of men.
  • It's like, who wrote this movie?
  • I kiss a lot of sexy men.
  • I kiss Daniel Dae Kim.
  • I kiss Keanu Reeves.
  • I basically made Netflix spend all this money on a movie,
  • just so I could kiss Daniel Dae Kim and Keanu Reeves.
  • And how did-- how did Keanu--
  • Look at that!
  • Yeah, look at that.
  • Look at that.
  • And look, see-- that's me kissing Daniel Dae Kim.
  • And then look at that picture afterward.
  • See what you see on my face?
  • That's joy.
  • That is a grown woman experiencing joy, right there.
  • Pure joy.
  • You deserve that.
  • Mother of two.
  • Yeah.
  • People were like-- my best friend was like,
  • oh was it exciting?
  • Did you have chemistry with Daniel Dae Kim?
  • I've been with the same dude for 10 years.
  • I would have chemistry with a turtle at this point.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • Yeah.
  • All right, so Keanu got involved because you just
  • asked him to do it, and he's a huge fan of yours.
  • Yeah.
  • That's amazing.
  • It was amazing.
  • I couldn't believe-- I couldn't believe he did it.
  • I mean-- yeah.
  • It's sweet.
  • It's great.
  • It was really sweet, and I mean--
  • I have to-- so well, with--
  • going back to Daniel Dae Kim.
  • So you can see in that picture, again,
  • where my face has all that joy on it.
  • He improvised lifting me up, and that was even more exciting
  • than kissing Keanu.
  • Wow.
  • Yeah, because I told my best friend, I was like, he just--
  • he lifted me up, and it wasn't a problem for him.
  • That was so sexy to me.
  • Like, he just lifted me up, and he wasn't like, ow, ow, ow,
  • and wasn't swearing or anything, because he's the--
  • Is that what your husband does when he lifts you?
  • No, in-- look at that dude.
  • He just watches iPad in plank mode, you know.
  • Just ripped.
  • Oh my got. iPad in plank mode.

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Ali Wong explained to Ellen the unique chemistry and pure joy she experienced while kissing her "Always Be My Maybe" co-star Daniel Dae Kim. The comedian also chatted about touring with her two young kids, and bringing her "GILF" mom on the road.