The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has a penchant for bringing different types of celebrities together, and last night Fallon decided to play Pictionary with a motley crew. Check out Rose Byrne, LL Cool J, Fallon and Big Sean giving the classic game a go.
On last night’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Louis C.K. recalled a fascinating anecdote dating back nearly two decades where the paths of C.K. and a young, up-and-coming baby-faced talent in Jimmy Fallon would fatefully cross. And not for the better.
Jimmy Fallon’s “Ew!” sketches on The Tonight Show have become wildly popular. This week, the late night host teamed up with pop singer Ariana Grande for his latest “Ew!” sketch. You have to check it out.
TV streaming platforms are popping up left and right. Today, HBO revealed the name of its new subscription streaming service, and not to be outdone, NBC also announced they have a subscription streaming service in the works.
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.
This week, Jimmy Fallon headed to warm and sunny Los Angeles for a full week of The Tonight Show tapings. Fallon’s first big Los Angeles episode aired last night, and what better way to kick off the West Coast shenanigans than to recreate the opening sequence from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air?
A new day brings a new episode of The Tonight Show, and each new episode invariably comes with an a-list celebrity playing games or getting up to other shenanigans. This week, Bradley Cooper headed to The Tonight Show, where he played the air guitar.
This week, Jimmy Fallon took the opportunity to invite the talented One Direction gang to appear on The Tonight Show. One Direction, along with Fallon and The Roots, bundled up in some ugly Christmas sweaters to serenade us with a jolly version of “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.
As The Tonight Show comes to a close, Jimmy Fallon recalls one of his favorite Christmas stories, “Twas the Night Before Christmas”, but with little time he hands it over to Nick Offerman to recite a “shortened, more casual version.”
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon was back in fine form last night, introducing us to a brand new sketch clip relating a time that Jimmy Fallon and Oprah Winfrey “starred together” in the hit soap opera series Midnight Meadows.
Jay Leno seems very much at ease with his post late night life and still gets to do what he loves: make people laugh (albeit on a smaller scale). New host Jimmy Fallon has seemingly taken the late night world by storm redefining The Tonight Show brand and making his show very different than Leno’s old LA-based gabfest. So what does longtime host Jay Leno think of his heir apparent
Jimmy Fallon may have a new staple game on his hands with the advent of "Musical Beers." This week he tried it out with Stephen Merchant and The Incredible Hulk himself, Mark Ruffalo.
Celebrities can be fickle, and I’m sure The Tonight Show has to deal with cancelations all the time. However, U2’s weeklong residency on the show was set to be a bigger deal than the average guest appearance. After Bono was injured, the band quit the gig and Jimmy Fallon and company had to get creative.
Jimmy Fallon loves to play games on The Tonight Show, and this week, the late night host put together a special round of “Box of Lies,” starring Channing Tatum. Why was the round special? Because it marked the first time Fallon has played “Box of Lies” with another dude.
Games are becoming a staple on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Last night, Fallon was able to rope in a slew of important guests for a fun game of “Pyramid,” based on the actual game show of the same name. You can check out Usher, Jeff Daniels, Nick Jonas and Fallon playing the game, to varying degrees of success.