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For an installment of charades on Monday night’s Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon paired himself off with Charles Barkley—a decision he soon started to regret. READ FULL STORY
It’s a little less conversation, a little more action in a new video from The Tonight Show that features Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon engaging in a “Breakdance Conversation”—meaning they breakdance in response to one another as subtitles tell us what words their moves translate to.
For example: Pitt, who currently stars in World War II film Fury, back-flips off a wall at one point, which apparently means, “If you don’t see [my movie], I’ll be furious.” Breakdancing Brad’s got jokes! READ FULL STORY
Jimmy Fallon’s celebrity-buds-hanging-out, viral-video-spawning version of the Tonight Show continues to hit new peaks. Now, a song Fallon produced with will.i.am as a joke has found itself on the Billboard Hot 100.
“Ew!” features Fallon and will.i.am in full-on teen girl garb as they make fun of other, similarly awkward girls. Everything is “ew” for the pair, but as will.i.am explains, “I am hating, I am merely conversating.”
The novelty single has shot to No. 26 on the chart, probably thanks to will.i.am’s hook and Fallon’s surprisingly good flow. “This is unbelievable!” Fallon said. “No. 26? I’d be happy with 99!”
This isn’t the first time a Tonight Show host has made the chart: Steve Allen did it twice in 1963, but that was years after he left as host.
He probably didn’t have a hilarious, Questlove-featuring music video.
Stone went on The Tonight Show Tuesday to play Box of Lies, a game that involves lying about what you find in a mystery box. Stone pulled a Frozen DVD frozen in a block of ice in her box, but told Jimmy Fallon she had playing cards that were formed into a “sculpture stack of those cards in the shape of, I guess it could only be a salamander. Or like a gecko, I guess.” Thanks to the combination of Stone’s lack of lying skills and the impossibility of a gecko sculpture made out of cards, she lost the round.
In all fairness, she warned us: “I love to lip-synch, but I am a terrible liar,” Stone said before choosing her box. “So this is a bad game for me.” READ FULL STORY
Jimmy Fallon’s character Sara has hung out with many familiar faces, including Taylor Swift, Seth Rogen, and even Michelle Obama. But on Monday’s Tonight Show, Sara collaborated with her new best friend, Will.i.am–excuse me, Mir.i.am–to debut a music video about her favorite word, “ew.”
Chris Pratt stretched his improv skills ahead of his Saturday Night Live hosting duties this Saturday, Sept. 27 by appearing on The Tonight Show. And if his game of “Word Sneak” with Jimmy Fallon is any indication, Pratt is more than ready for any off-the-cuff moments Studio 8H might require of him.
During his appearance on The Tonight Show last night, Billy Crystal emotionally told Fallon about eulogizing his friend Robin Williams at the Emmys. That prompted a sad—but, naturally, hilarious—remembrance of Williams from both Crystal and Fallon. READ FULL STORY
While singing won’t help Alicia Florrick win in the courtroom any time soon, Emmy winner Julianna Margulies proved she could at least boldly attempt to carry a tune on last night’s The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Thanks to its role in 2001: A Space Odyssey, Richard Strauss’ “Thus Spoke Zarathustra” has practically become synonymous with technology. (Need a refresher? Click here. Need a laugh? Follow this link.)
It’s no surprise, then, that the musical number was used in a commercial for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which were announced today in a rather grandiose way.
In the commercial, two hands wave the new models through the air, showcasing their flashy, updated features, set to “Thus Spoke Zarathustra” with an Apple twist: Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon’s charming a cappella rendition of the famed musical number.
The video ends with the tagline: “Bigger than bigger.” Is it? We’ll leave that up to you. For now, check out the ad here:
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