When Trevor Noah steps down as host of “The Daily Show” at the end of this year, it may be a bittersweet experience for viewers, but Noah describes it as a “joyous” time for him. On Thursday night, the host shared with the audience that he feels as though he is leaving on a positive note overall.
Noah initially made the announcement of his departure at the end of the taping for the episode that aired on Thursday, September 29, noting that that week marked his seven-year anniversary with “The Daily Show.” Later, while sitting down with Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” on Thursday, Noah was pressed on why exactly he was leaving, and he marveled at the fact that people have been so upset by it.
Because of the pandemic, the host of “The Daily Show” stated that he believes “everyone has gone through a period of looking at their lives,” including himself. He added that he was one of those people.
“I believe that if you don’t look at your life and think about what you’d like to do differently in the future, then you haven’t experienced what we’ve all experienced, you know what I mean?”
” Noah went on to explain. “As a result, I consider this to be a happy occurrence.”
Noah further mentioned that he is of the opinion that it is best to step down from the role while people are still appreciating him in the role and while he himself is still loving the work.
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“Because just put yourself in that situation if it were the other way around. I go like, ‘I’m leaving’ and people are like ‘Yeah…'” he laughed. “Get out while it’s still good, get out while you still love it, get out while you still have the energy to enjoy it. Get out while it’s still wonderful. Get out while it’s still good. I still have three months left to have a great time with everyone working on the program, and I intend to do just that.
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In response to the question of what he plans to do after hosting, Noah stated that he intends to do “everything” in the future, beginning with returning to his origins as a stand-up comedian and touring the world once more in order to do stand-up comedy.
“I can hardly wait to get started on everything. When I was doing stand-up comedy all over the world, I didn’t have as many opportunities to travel. I’m really looking forward to it; I used to travel to other countries and stay there for several weeks at a time. I would try to pick up a few phrases in the language and educate myself about the culture,” Noah added. I’m going to get right back to working on that. Producing, also known as working behind the camera once more, in addition to working on a variety of various ideas. You know, heading back to South Africa to spend more time with relatives after having been away. Everything is going to be what I will be focusing on.