By now we've all heard of the infamous dress that blew up the internet Thursday... whether you see it as white and gold right or black and blue. Now, with Ellen DeGeneres overnighting one of infamous black and blue dresses, presumably to end the debate on her show, we will hopefully get some answers soon.
Margot Robbie visited the The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night to promote her upcoming film Focus. During her appearance, Fallon, who is notorious for challenging his guests in random competitions, convinced the Australian actress to join him for a friendly game of flip cup.
Last night, Christina Aguilera popped up on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to promote the new season of The Voice and ended up getting roped into a “Musical Impressions” challenge that featured a Britney Spears impression.
Assuming the Academy and ABC haven’t already put their resources together to lock up Ellen DeGeneres again, here are ten choices for hosts that we think would keep the super-long telecast fresh and enjoyable. No combinations of James Franco and/or Anne Hathaway were allowed.
Martin Short’s a pretty funny comedian, and when he appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this week, it made sense to use his comedic skills for the game “Word Sneak.” During the segment, Fallon and Short came up with wilder and wilder stories in order to “sneak” random words into the conversation.
Anyone who watched the SNl 40 special on Sunday evening likely already knows that the evening was filled with celebrities. Luckily, one of those former cast members, Jimmy Fallon, now has a late night platform to talk about the events that occurred during the crazy after party following SNL 40.
Saturday Night Live celebrated 40 glorious years on Sunday night with a star-studded, 3 and ½ hour special honoring everything that’s come before. The mix of tribute clips and original sketches offered more than its share of laughs, and at its best, it was able to both wink at the past and produce great original moments.
Jamie Dornan is busy promoting the big box office endeavor Fifty Shades of Grey, and last night he popped up on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show to talk about the movie. While there, he played one of Fallon’s signature games, “Fifty Accents Of Grey" which is based on E.L. James books and the upcoming movie.
The past year has been an incredibly rich one for fans of Saved by the Bell. (Not a sentence one has to form very often.) It all reached an apex of sorts on The Tonight Show, which featured Jimmy Fallon taking a trip back to his high school days at Bayside, and most of the original cast reunited for the awesomeness.
Over recent years Jimmy Fallon has also become quite popular for his musician impressions, which he has really taken to the next level. Watch as he impersonates Neil Young in a duet of "Old Man" with the Canadian rocker on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.
We’ve seen some stunning “Lip Sync Battles” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon before, but none have been quite so stacked with comedians as last night’s telecast. During the special post-Super Bowl episode of The Tonight Show on NBC both Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart popped up.
Jimmy Fallon loves to play games on The Tonight Show, but it’s rare that we see him bro out. However, last night The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon pulled out a beer pong table to square off against a robot created by Empire Robotics for the sole purpose of crushing at beer pong.
Chris Hemsworth recently appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to promote his upcoming film Blackhat, and let’s just say things got pretty wet, pretty fast. Check out Fallon and Hemsworth pouring water all over one another in an intense game of "Water War."
Anyone who has ever seen The Grey or Taken or any number of Liam Neeson action films knows the star is pretty much a badass, but Jimmy Fallon showed a little confidence this week when he challenged Liam Neeson to an arm wrestling competition.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is known for its ability to go viral with games and such, but this week the show gave the fans at home a pretty clever behind-the-scenes look at The Tonight Show and the shenanigans that go on when the camera is not rolling.