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Hugh Grant Reveals What It Was Like Working With Donald Trump

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Jun. 27 2018, Published 3:31 p.m. ET

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Hugh Grant  visited The Late Show With Stephen Colbert last night in New York City where he talked about his new TV mini-series, A Very English Scandal. The actor also revealed how the true story behind the show felt like Britain's own O.J Simpson trial and why he never has bad hair. Read on to find out more.

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In the interview, Stephen Colbert joked that he had never seen Hugh Grant with bad hair and that 'there is no technology to give him bad hair.'

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The actor then talked about how his new mini-series, A Very English Scandal is the UK's version of the dramatic ordeal that was the O.J Simpson trial of the 1970's.

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He explained how the TV mini-series will dive into the scandalous life of British politician, Jeremy Thorpe who's secret gay lover threatened to expose their relationship.

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The 57-year-old then revealed how Thorpe came up with a plan to murder his lover. 'He was our O.J-he got off!'

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The talk show host also brought up Donald Trump's famous cameo in the Love Actually star's classic rom-com Two Weeks Notice and revealed what is was like working with Trump, 'he was civil and invited me to his golf club!'

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