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Colbert, Corden Have Fun With Beyonce's 'Lemonade'

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) -- There's been a lot of media buzz around Beyonce's (aka "Queen B's") newest release, "Lemonade." The platinum-recording artist's sixth studio album dropped alongside an hour-long visual special on HBO earlier this week -- covering topics from female empowerment to speculation on Jay-Z's infidelity.

While Bey's album was a powerhouse for provocation, it also got sparked inspiration for some pretty inventive parodies from CBS' late night roundup -- with stars Stephen Colbert and James Corden both offering their satirical take on the special.

Watch as Colbert and Corden put on their best yellow dresses and impersonate the Queen Bee in their hilarious tributes. Colbert comes out swinging with his piece, "Stephen-ade" while Corden shares his struggles on writing a killer opening monologue in his (artistic?) lament "Lemonjames."

You can view Corden video above, or click below to see the clip from Colbert.

Stephen-ade by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on YouTube

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