Sometimes, things are just funny because they are, like an owl sucking at fetch or the word “reconnoiter.” Seth Rogen lip syncing Drake’s “Hotline Bling” on the Tonight Show is one of those things. The whole segment is charming, but Rogen’s Drake begins at 5:30:
Leonardo DiCaprio’s bestie Jonah Hill appeared on The Tonight Show on Tuesday and recalled the time he mistakenly emailed Drake a list of what he ate that day.
Brace for a more aggressively viral, relentlessly wacky Golden Globe Awards than ever before, because Jimmy Fallon will be hosting come 2017.
If you start watching this video and wonder what’s happening, it’s because Usher performed a slow motion version of his song “Crash,” one of my favorites of the year, Thursday night on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Watch as he slowly and subtly owns the stage and does his Usher-like spin moves with grace.
Even taking the musical talent of Celine Dion and the improvisational skills of Jimmy Fallon into account, I can absolutely not believe that they don’t practice these “Wheel of Musical Impression” bits beforehand.
Are you more or less attracted to Idris Elba knowing that he is a DJ?
In a tradition that never gets old, Kristen Wiig went on The Tonight Show to promote her new movie (this time, Ghostbusters) not as herself, but as a fellow celebrity who she knows very little about. In the past, she’s impersonated Michael Jordan, Harry Styles, and the Mother of Dragons. This time, she’s the…
Nick Jonas is on a press tour for his third solo album, Last Year Was Complicated, and so far he’s been talking about sex through a lot of it (gay sex, kinky sex, accidental boners), because he’s older now and no longer a third of a Jonas Brother, nor a virgin, and therefore he’s been having some sex.
The only thing I can say: will we ever have another president who will mic drop so elegantly and get all Barry White like that in the best possible way?
Most tabloids have spent the past few months writing stories about Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner getting back together, and I’ve found myself annoyed by each of their stories. Ben and Jen, Back In Love! Ben and Jen, In England to Renew Their Vows? Ben and Jen Prove Love Wins By Settling For Each Other! Bad tabloids! …
At the end of Meghan Trainor’s performance of her song “Me Too” on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Thursday night, gravity lost all faith in her and sent her tumbling to the floor. It was better than watching her dance.
Jenna Bush Hager and her mother Laura Bush went on The Tonight Show to promote a children’s book they wrote about appreciating nature—an interesting sentiment, considering their family’s ties to the oil industry—and ended up chattin’ about another thing they appreciate: dad’s childlike, nightmarish paintings.
D’Angelo made a rare public appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night to tribute Prince with a moving version of the late icon’s solemn ballad “Sometimes It Snows in April.” Singing at a piano in what would’ve been a Prince-approved, fake-fur vest, D’Angelo was supported by the cover band…
Santigold’s latest single, “Can’t Get Enough of Myself,” is a fun spoof on “America’s vanity epidemic,” as the Santigold Times reported in her selfie-interactive video. “All I wanna do is bottle it to sell,” she sings, “‘Cause my brand does vainglorious much better for your health.”
FKA twigs debuted “Good to Love” live on The Tonight Show Wednesday, where she last fully cowed host Jimmy Fallon in 2014 with an artful performance of “Two Weeks” and a giant swathe of silk emanating from the heavens. For this performance, though, she went minimal to match the song, using light and gleaming white…
The notoriously accident-prone Jimmy Fallon is beloved by A-listers for his well-rated softball interviews, and by American TV audiences because, well, he’s on. The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon is the talk show equivalent of hanging out in your rich cousin’s game room; he’s nice, boring, and you don’t talk about…
Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer appeared on The Tonight Show to play a fun little game called “Spin the Microphone” with Jimmy Fallon and Tyler Perry. It’s similar to “Spin the Bottle,” but instead of someone having to french Tyler Perry, the person the mic lands on has to sing a random popular song.
Before he was the Hulk, before he was Laura Linney’s fucked-up brother in You Can Count on Me, before he cared about fracking, Mark Ruffalo was just another handsome youth hustling for parts in acne commercials.
Kendrick Lamar, with the live backing of the Roots, performed about five minutes of straight mellifluous bliss, while debuting a new untitled song on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Thursday.