Trevor Noah to return to work after emergency surgery
According to a statement, the appendectomy went well and Noah is expected back on the show today.
JOHANNESBURG - South African comedian and The Daily Show's host Trevor Noah, underwent an emergency appendectomy on Wednesday morning, Comedy Central said.
According to a statement issued by the network, the procedure went well and Noah was expected back on the show on Thursday.
Appendectomy is the surgical removal of the appendix, typically performed to cure appendicitis. It is one of the most common emergency surgical procedures.
A repeat episode was aired on Wednesday.
Noah took over as host of The Daily Show in September succeeding Jon Stewart, who stepped down in August after 15 years.