Robert Irwin and his sister Bindi have been public figures for awhile, but I don’t think I’d ever seen Robert talk for a prolonged period of time before Wednesday night’s segment on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. He demonstrated the virtues of a collection of animals with the exact same impenetrable enthusiasm of…
Saying goodbye to Michelle Obama has been an agonizing process. The Tonight Show gave ordinary citizens a chance to record their farewell messages to her on Wednesday night, and though they may make you cry, the segment does highlight how one person can give so many hope.
Solange hit The Tonight Show on Thursday to perform two tracks from her gloriously therapeutic album A Seat at the Table, “Rise” and “Weary.” Playing up the idea of shared pain and women serving as each other’s connective tissue, she and her backup singers appear bound together by fabric, a version of the symbolic…
On Wednesday night’s Tonight Show, Childish Gambino/Donald Glover stood shirtless in the shadows—attempting a heavily Prince and D’Angelo inspired red-lit setup—to perform his funk slow jam “Redbone,” a standout track from his album Awaken My Love. The vocals fall into labored territory at points, giving the…
Bryan Cranston appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday and a told a talk-show anecdote about how he was once a suspect in the murder of his old boss.
Last week, TV husk Jimmy Fallon playfully ruffled the hair of a maniac, letting Donald Trump appear on his program without even a passing question about all the banning and deporting the candidate loves to promise. Monday night, Hillary Clinton came by, for a perfectly sane, acceptably dull conversation about America.
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.
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.
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.
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…
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…
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.
Jimmy Fallon and the Roots have returned with another a cappella viral hit and this time they’ve brought along the entire cast of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. “Wow, it’s VERY a cappella,” one Jezebel staffer says in her review of the video. “Wow, I wanna die.”
With the help of The Roots, Jimmy Fallon, and several classroom instruments, Adele sang her comeback jam “Hello” while appearing on The Tonight Show on Tuesday night. But where’s the recorder?
I have been blogging long enough to recognize the dangers of lionizing a celebrity for their friendly-seeming public persona. The rise and fall of Jennifer Lawrence, the rise and fall and rise and fall again of Taylor Swift—all lessons in the way we put too much pressure on a person to live up to our expectations and…
Ariana Grande’s redemption tour may be over. While her sincere apologies may not have worked, non-fans outraged by her recent statements may be coming back to her side. And it’s all because her Britney Spears impression is flawless.
Jessica Alba was on The Tonight Show last night so that host Jimmy Fallon, BFF to the celebrity ego that he is, could vociferously promote her new beauty line for The Honest Company, which Fallon maintains is “just crushing it” despite currently being pummeled by class action lawsuits.
Salma Hayek stopped by The Tonight Show for a round of trivia with Jimmy Fallon, with a twist: Every question was about puppies, and for every correct answer, she got to cuddle a puppy. By the end, she had a lap full of squirming puppies. So here’s seven minutes of shameless puppy bait for your Friday morning.