Fans absolutely loved Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart (and their surprise guest) in Dublin last night
This was always going to be good.
Dave Chappelle has a strict "no phones" policy for his live performances these days, so it's unlikely we'll ever see footage from what went down in the 3Arena last night.
But if we're to take social media's word for it, both Chappelle and Jon Stewart utterly killed it in Dublin last night. Not only that, but they were joined by their fellow comedian Michelle Wolf to sweeten the deal even further.
In an interesting format, Stewart and Chappelle took the stage together to riff off one another, and were joined by Wolf at the end.
Jon Stewart is best known for his time as host of The Daily Show, a satirical news show that he hosted throughout the Bush and Obama administrations. Wolff now hosts The Break with Michelle Wolf, a comedy talk show on Netflix.
Chappelle, of course, is a legendary comedian at this stage — and is currently enjoying a resurgence in popularity, having released four Netflix specials in the past year.
By the sound of things, the trio were well worth the money.
Went to see Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart tonight. Got a bonus surprise of Michelle Wolf too. Three great comedians - one great night.
Come back soon Dave
— Mark O'Reilly (@kramor3k) October 18, 2018
There are funny and clever comedians. But if you're lucky once a generation you get to see a genius. Tonight I got to see two. Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart were stunning.
— Andy McCarroll (@Andymc1983) October 18, 2018
To everyone’s delight we had @michelleisawolf as surprise guest tonight with Dave Chappelle & Jon Stewart, a triple threat! Show ends in all three minds on stage bouncing off each other, hilarious chaos
— Ríonagh (@rionagh) October 17, 2018
Dave Chappelle is the muthafxcking 🐐!!!
Laughing from start to finish.
He came through with the realness in Dublin tonight too.@michelleisawolf and Jon Stewart did their thing too.🎭👏🏾
— ♛J.R 🦏 (@Dibwe2) October 17, 2018
Jon Stewart, Dave Chappelle and @michelleisawolf were phenomenal in Dublin tonight!
— Mark McLaughlin (@markwmcl) October 17, 2018
— Keith Quinlan (@keithq96) October 17, 2018
Bet you're sorry you missed it now.