Stephen Colbert changes show titles to reflect Gwen Stefani's Emmy flub

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Gwen Stefani became the John Travolta of the 66th Emmy Awards when she awarded Outstanding Variety Series to "The Colbore Report" on Monday (Aug. 25). 

Her co-presenter Adam Levine ( "The Voice") quickly corrected Stefani's mispronunciation but that didn't stop the team at "The Colbert Report" having a little fun. On the Aug. 26 airing of the show, Colbert's opening credits were changed to reflect Stefani's pronunciation, reading "Colbore" where it usually says "Colbert." 

You can see "The Colbert Report" full episode here and check out the Vine of Stefani's flub below. 


"The Colbert Report" airs weekdays at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central


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