The Tonight Show

  1. Entertainment

    Here’s Brian Williams Rapping “Gin and Juice” for Your Entertainment, Because Regular TV News Is Boring

    I was expecting this to just be Brian Williams actually rapping, since he's done some great comedy on 30 Rock and Late Night in the past, but this mashup is soooo much better. When you say that many words on TV every night, clever editing can make you say pretty much anything. If we could redo all rap like this, I might actually listen to it.

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    Jimmy Fallon and Anne Hathaway Give Hip Hop Songs A Broadway Spin On The The Tonight Show

    In case you missed this on The Tonight Show, beloved entertainers Anne Hathaway and Jimmy Fallon decided to to put a Broadway spin on some popular hip hop songs that most of us probably know by heart.

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    Chewbacca and Lando Danced to Boyz II Men on The Tonight Show

    We don't follow Dancing With the Stars unless Our Friend Bill Nye is on it, but if you've been watching The Tonight Show, then you've noticed Jimmy Fallon's fascination with Billy Dee Williams' appearances on the show. Sadly, Lando got sent home, but Fallon brought him on for one last dance.

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    Last Night’s “Funny Face Off” with Jimmy Fallon and Jude Law on The Tonight Show Will Have You Trying to Mimic These Faces Too

    If you're having a bad day, then these hilarious faces will surely make it better. Last night, Jimmy Fallon and Jude Law had their "Funny Face Off". It's hard to tell who won, but if we have to pick a winner, it would have to be these talented, adorable children and their faces. It makes you want to have your own funny face off.

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    Arnold Schwarzenegger Needs Jimmy Fallon to GET TO DA CHOPPAAAHHHH!!!

    Arnold Schwarzenegger stopped by The Tonight Show last night to talk about his new movie Sabotage, and to scream "get to the chopper!" a bunch of times in the above sketch.

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    Kermit Sang “It’s Not Easy Being Green” on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon

    It's March 18th, so it seems like we've all survived the chaos that was St. Patrick's Day weekend relatively unscathed. What happens when you can't take off all the green the next day, though? It probably means you put too much food coloring in your beer. Unless you're Kermit the frog, of course, in which case you get to sing a sad song about it.

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    Idina Menzel Joins Jimmy Fallon and The Roots for “Let It Go”

    Jimmy Fallon and The Roots have covered a number of songs with classroom instruments while crammed into a dressing room on Late Night, and I'm glad to see it's continuing on The Tonight Show as well. Here they are with Idina Menzel to perform "Let It Go" from Frozen.

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    Check Out Jimmy Fallon versus Paul Rudd in Their Lip Sync Battle on Tonight Show

    Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd are epic on last night's Tonight Show! It's safe to say that Rudd's fabulous dancing and lip syncing definitely stole the show on NBC. Make sure to check out this video in case you missed it. Trust us, you won't be disappointed. Fallon and his lip sync battles never fail to entertain.

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    Jimmy Fallon and GE Teamed Up to Showcase Some Young Inventors on Last Night’s Tonight Show With “Fallonventions”

    It's Jimmy Fallon's first week as the host of The Tonight Show and he's already crushing it. We particularly loved this segment sponsored by GE to highlight some young inventors called "Fallonventions." See what these kids came up with, and how it compares to Fallon's own inventions in this video.

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    Jimmy Fallon Officially Taking Over The Tonight Show If Jay Leno Ever Steps Down

    It's as official as it's going to get: Jay Leno is stepping down from The Tonight Show again and Jimmy Fallon will be replacing him, though we've all been here before. The switch is expected to happen during NBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics next year, and will bring The Tonight Show back to New York City under Lorne Michaels as Executive Producer. Will it all go down smoothly, or are we in for another round of late night wars?

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