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Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have a few things in common: musical talent, the album they just made together, and their appearance on The Tonight Show last night, to name a few. But there are other areas where the two of them are very different.
For example, when Jimmy Fallon brought up that one time Bennett took advice from a cab driver in New York, he then asked Gaga if she’d ever taken advice from a stranger. She had. Only she got her advice from an elderly stripper in Atlanta. As you do.
There are a few absolutes in late-night talk show hosting: monologues, silly sketches, guest interviews, and having to keep audiences coming back after each one.
Future host James Corden had his chance to prove his skills on at least one of those when he appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
Many people don’t remember this, but back in the ’80s, Jimmy Fallon and Oprah Winfrey starred in a soap opera together. The two played a husband and wife on Midnight Meadows, which was almost as popular as Days of Our Lives.
To refresh everyone’s memory, Fallon played a clip from the ’80s hit when Winfrey stopped by the Tonight Show. Apparently, it wasn’t just a soap opera, but rather a soap opera with vocal effects.
In Hollywood, it’s rare that two ideas come together so perfectly that everyone’s happy. But that’s exactly what happened on Tuesday night’s Tonight Show.
The two ideas? Steve Carell singing with a barbershop quartet and a barbershop quartet singing Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing.” Last night, Carell joined Jimmy Fallon’s quartet, The Ragtime Gals, for a brief performance that’s sure to make the world a happier place.
Billy Eichner really loves Taylor Swift, mostly because her music gets to the heart of the critical issue of our time: What to do when a boy doesn’t text you back.
So to honor Swift, Eichner wrote her a song that he’d like her to record. But for now, we’ll have to settle for his rendition, which he performed last night on Conan. The song is called “Glitter and Ribs,” and contains lyrics about making out in bibs and well, this: “You’ll never know my heart like my heart knows my heart.”
Your move, Taylor.
What do you do when you have two comedians and a YouTube sensation on a talk show? You play Pictionary, obviously.
At least that was Jimmy Fallon’s answer when Martin Short appeared on The Tonight Show last night. For the game, Fallon brought out a little competition—key word being “little”—in Miranda Sings and Jerry Seinfeld. The result was a riveting game in which everyone sucked, but at least Sings was wearing pink Crocs.
Last night, The Tonight Show launched a new game. Everyone, meet “Musical Beers”—the perfect crossover between beer pong and musical chairs. And yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like.
To kick off the new game, Jimmy Fallon invited guest Mark Ruffalo, along with Stephen Merchant, out for some very messy fun before very quickly knocking Merchant out of the competition. Yeah, things get competitive.
At this point, Jennifer Lawrence knows how to work a talk show. She sang Christmas carols with Letterman, for goodness’ sake. But her appearance on The Colbert Report was less about what she said (or sang) and more about just having some fun with Stephen Colbert.
During the interview, Lawrence and Colbert decide to become vigilantes; they plan out her future downward spiral, which won’t involve crystal meth because it’s bad for the skin; and they get to the origin of her “J-Law” nickname.
And she loves it.
Last night, not only did Jimmy Fallon decide to revisit Box of Lies, but he did it with Channing Tatum (who apparently loves a good E.T. stuffed animal).
Tatum, who’s making the rounds promoting his upcoming film Foxcatcher, sat down for one of Fallon’s most well-known games, and let’s just say the two of them had a lot of fun with it.
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