Fallon has that whole "nicest guy in Hollywood," wholesome, family-friendly vibe going on, which is why I have a feeling he'll do amazing as the new host of The Tonight Show.
Last night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the legendary band from Full House, Jesse and the Rippers, reunited for a medley of their greatest hits, and it was all kinds of amazing.
It turns out that John Krasinski from The Office is amazing at lip-syncing. He was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, and John and Jimmy decided to have a lip sync-off, singing three songs each.
We always go to our girlfriends when we have a boy problem. But sometimes what we need is a guy's point of view. We need a guy who will answer questions and give us their point of view. And what better guy to answer these questions than Jimmy Fallon?
SPRING BRRRRRRREEEEEEAAAAAAAAAK!!!!! Jk, I'm in New York and it's snowing. But I've decided that if I buy cute spring clothes, spring will come. Right? Right. Here are the week's top stories just in case you missed them on your fabulous tropical vacation.
If you've been trolling the Internet today instead of writing that midterm paper (duh), then you're well aware of the rumor swirling around that Late Night host Jimmy Fallon may replace Tonight Show host Jay Leno. FINALLY. Jay should have been long gone years ago. His demographic is either in bed by 5 PM or dead. Give it up, Jay.
This week's Current Events Cheat Sheet has TWO viral videos, because I just couldn't choose. Maybe I'm feeling generous because the Oscars were last night, or maybe it's because the second video made me laugh so hard I almost cried. Here are the week's top stories!
Rather than have her perform her hit like she regularly would, Jimmy and the Roots backed Mariah up using instruments you'd only find in an elementary school music classroom.
The presidential election is getting closer and more serious by the day. Whichever candid that wins will have a lot to handle. However, most situations can lend itself to a joke and the presidential election is no exception. Below are a collection of Election 2012 funny videos from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and YouTube.
We love Jimmy Fallon and Maya Rudolph. But we especially love them when they're together! The holidays are upon us, which means there's going to be a lot of cheesy (and awesome) Christmas specials and various renditions of holiday songs.
Every so often Jimmy Fallon gives his own personal State of the Union to tweeting Americans on the Twitterverse. These not-so-presidential addresses take the form of #FallonMono’s and we couldn’t be happier that Fallon’s at it again, this time with #NewHolidaySongs.
•K-Fed wants to lose his K-Fat. •Oops...looks like even Robert Pattinson isn't always the best boyfriend. •Kristen Dunst and Jimmy Fallon have a dirty, dirty secret. •This star's husband only married her to get a Green Card. Rough life. •Polygamy in pop culture. Just as creepy as you think. •Kristen Stewart was immortalized. In Vans.
The Emmys are tonight, which means hot TV actors in tuxedos. I don't really care who wins any of the awards, I just care that Jon Hamm gets more camera time than Ed O'Neill. This year, tons of swoon-worthy guys are nominated for awards, which means we will be glued to our TVs even if the show lasts 10 hours.
Let me start off by saying I don't ever plan on becoming famous. I don't even want to be famous. Enduring the public 24/7 is not my idea of fun. With that being said, there are some famous people I kind of would LOVE to be friends with. Also keep in mind some of these people I'm basing on either public appearances or characters they have played. I have no real connection to them.
•Captain America loses to Jimmy Fallon...in beer pong •Don't do this to your boyfriend....ever •Draco Malfoy: The delivery boy •Shocking things men don't like...according to Cosmo •Last minute costume ideas before tonight's premiere! •Jake Gyllenhaal is definitely a manly man •20 mental barriers you need to let go of
It's basically impossible to be successful in Hollywood today without being a triple threat- or at least a double threat. Granted, there are plenty of tools to help you out with the whole music "threat" (auto-tune, lip-syncing, etc...), there are surprisingly a whole bunch of celebs who not only have their own bands, but are musically talented.
I don't know about you guys, but I'm tired of talking about Lindsay, Britney, Speidi, Mel, and the rest of those knuckleheads. This week involved a lot of court dates and things with those crazies, but I wanted to focus on the rest of Hollywood instead. Because, contrary to popular belief, there are other things going on, both exciting and sad.
Does anyone else feel like they've been transported back in time? To 1992, to be precise. A time when Gameboys were cool and gas was only $1.05/gallon. A time when Leno and NBC clawed Letterman out of his deserved Tonight Show spot, against successor Johnny Carson's wishes? I wasn't old enough to understand but don't worry - there's a whole made-for-TV movie on it, "The Late Shift."
First it was Paris and Nicole. Then it was Edward and Jacob. Now, it's Conan and Leno. Yup, it seems the late night kings of comedy are splitting the country as they battle it out over air times.
This has been the weekend of insanely glamorous things going on. From the VIP seats at the Ruffian show to experiencing fashion week, I thought that life couldn't get anymore glam. But it could. And it did. Last night, I was lucky enough to interview celebs on the red carpet for the VMAs!
Graduation may be an exciting milestone, but the ceremony itself is far from memorable for most people. Not only is sitting in a cap and gown for three straight hours uncomfortable (especially when it's hot and that itchy rayon is rubbing against your neck), but the speeches are boring... and they go on forever. Oh, and leaving college is incredibly depressing.
It's amazing what a little Photoshop will do for an old lady...