Late-night hosts took time out of their shows Tuesday to mourn the loss of comedy icon Norm Macdonald following his death at age 61.
The unique comedian and former "Saturday Night Live" "Weekend Update" anchor reportedly died after a nine-year battle with cancer that he decided to wage privately.
In the wake of his passing, late-night comedians who were fortunate enough to have met Macdonald throughout their careers took a moment to pay tribute to him.
James Corden got the ball rolling noting that Macdonald’s decision to not make his cancer diagnosis public was very in keeping with his character. "All Norm ever wanted to do was make us laugh and he was absolutely brilliant at it," the "Late Late Show" host said. "There was nobody quite.Read more on foxnews.com