First Drafts of Rock takes a look at an early version of The Beach Boys' "Fun, Fun, Fun." From The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
"Ham plus burger equals burger at the hamburger stand now." What if Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show was all silly singing stuff and none of the graphic finger injury stories? And what if Kevin Bacon had his own sitcom? These are the types of questions this video will make you ponder. Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon and Kevin Bacon had some fun with the Beach Boys' hit on the "Tonight Show" Friday.
Simon Pegg, in his finest role thus far, stopped by Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show as a rather distraught Ron Weasley to wish Harry Potter a happy birthday. Clearly, the post-Hogwarts years for Weasley haven’t treated him all that well. Read more...
Lauryn Hill stopped by The Tonight Show Thursday to sing Nina Simone's "Feeling Good," and her performance will make you feel everything. Hill recently recorded covers of some of Simone's music for Nina Revisited: A Tribute to Nina Simone,...Show More Summary
There's a lot of competition in the celebrities covering other celebrities game, but this one might take the crown: Wow wow wowowoweeeee. I guess when i think of other covers that have been popular lately, I'm mostly thinking of Kelly Clarkson, who has done so many she should probably put out a covers album at this point. Show More Summary
Jazz legend Nina Simone has been back in the spotlight lately, thanks to the Netflix documentary What Happened, Miss Simone? and the accompanying tribute album Nina Revisited. Covering Simone would seem to be a fool’s errand—what tribute...Show More Summary
You may never look at the Care Bears, the Smurfs or Dora the Explorer the same way again after watching this. On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, rapper and...
Lauryn Hill made a rare late-night TV appearance Thursday when she stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform a show-stopping rendition of Nina Simone's "Feeling Good." Hill's version of the blues classic begins slowly and sultry before picking up its pace; by the three-minute mark, it's an all-out rave-up....
Did you fall asleep watching The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night? If so, you missed Ice-T voicing your favorite childhood cartoon characters. And it's life-altering.
We know Ice T is going to be a father once again, but it might surprise you to not know he's already a Papa... Smurf that is. The rapper dropped by "The Tonight Show" on Thursday and again revealed he has secretly been the voice of some of your favorite cartoon characters. Show More Summary
As Ice-T revealed on Thursday's Tonight Show, he has a long history of voiceover work in children's cartoons such as Care Bears and The Smurfs. And just last week he used an appearance on Dora the Explorer to mock Jimmy Fallon's broken finger.
When Ice-T brings his "Cop Killer" attitude to your favorite childhood cartoons, you'll never be able to look at snuggly bears or Smurfs the same way again. On Thursday's Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon showed a selection of cartoons, ranging...Show More Summary
Ice-T was Jimmy Fallon’s guest last night on The Tonight Show and he lent his voice for a few classic cartoons. Read more...
Photo by Douglas Gorenstein/NBC Lauryn Hill was a musical guest on tonight's episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", performing her Nina Simone cover "Feeling Good", from the tribute album Nina Revisited: A Tribute To Nina Simone. Watch the performance below.
If you’re going to own a Mac, you should maybe put it away somewhere if you’re expecting a visit from Clippy. Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon learned that lesson the hard way when he was talking up the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft’s latest OS last night. As is his wont, Microsoft Word’s built-in assistant […]
As if you we needed more proof "Word Sneak" is a great activia. Jason Segel takes on a serious role in his new movie "The End of the Tour," but on Wednesday, the guy couldn't keep a straight face playing the "Tonight Show" game with Jimmy Fallon. Show More Summary
The 'End of the Tour' star caused Fallon and band leader Questlove to crack up.
Amy Sedaris made an intriguing proposition to Jimmy Fallon last night. If she could stay at the Tonight Show host's house and use his pool this summer, then she would help him perform some of the tasks that have become more difficult after his gruesome finger injury.