In his latest stop to promote Avengers: Age of Ultron, Chris Evans appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday. Chris signed up for an epic game of flip cup with Jimmy, but there was a fun catch: both players wereShow More Summary
Although Jimmy Fallon is usually the one who does the rapping on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, announcer Steve Higgins showed off his Shaggy impression in a rap battle on Thursday’s episode (April 23). The reggae legend challenges Higgins to a "Shaggy-Off" and it was hilarious. Continue reading…
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The last time Chris Evans brought his adorable brother Scott Evans on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, they proved how little they knew with a sibling version of The Newlywed Game! But the Evanses aren't thinkers — they're drinkers! LOLz! [ Video: The Avengers Are Terrible At Family Feud ] On Thursday night, the brothers faced off [...]
Just when you thought meals couldn't get more awkward than Thanksgiving... For this week's "Tonight Show Hashtag," Jimmy Fallon asked for your weirdest waiter encounters. Fallon got all kinds of nightmare tweets, and it's pretty safe...Show More Summary
Flip cup is one of the greatest drinking games ever invented, but what makes it better? Playing with your siblings. On Thursday's (April 23) "Tonight Show," actor Chris Evans brought his younger brother Scott ("One Life to Live") and...Show More Summary
Watch "The Tonight Show" announcer, Steve Higgins, try to prove he's a better Shaggy than the man himself. Not gonna lie, this made me cringe a little bit. I love watching the band during music stuff, because The Roots let you know via facial expressions whether or not this is a spontaneous good time or...not. Show More Summary
When Monty Python's John Cleese gets tired of sitting next to Terry Jones, he and Jimmy swap seats. From The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
It's a good ol' fashioned "Shaggy Off." "Tonight Show" announcer Steve Higgins finally put his Shaggy impression to the test on Thursday night by going head-to-head with the real Shaggy. The pair took turns grabbing the mic and spitting...Show More Summary
Mr. Boombastic found a fantastic, enthusiastic impressionist on Thursday night's Tonight Show The show's announcer Steve Higgins proved just how good his impression of the reggae fusion musician known as Shaggy really is. Jimmy Fallon...Show More Summary
It was almost too close to call in this rap battle with Steve Higgins.
'Boombastic' rapper faces off with his impersonator, announcer Higgins.
Jimmy Fallon challenges rapper Shaggy and "Tonight Show" announcer/sidekick Steve Higgins to a "Shaggy-Off," and it was a very tough contest.
Higgins and Shaggy go head to head in a rap battle to determine who's the better Shaggy. From The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Human spirit animal Steve Higgins, the dapper announcer on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show, does a pretty stellar Shaggy impression – to the point that he almost makes Shaggy look like a poser. Okay, not really, but he can roll his "R"s really well and is great at rat-tailing the air... More »
Last night, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took a break from town-hall-ing across New Hampshire to appear on The Tonight Show. During his appearance, the conversation turned to ice cream, and soon Christie was sitting on the guest couch, facing the camera and eating a pint of Ben & Jerry's.The... More »
Nobody messes with Chris Christie and his ice cream. The New Jersey governor stopped by The Tonight Show Wednesday night (once again), teasing Jimmy Fallon and fighting with him over a pint of Ben and Jerry's special flavor "The Tonight Dough." If politics don't work out for him, at least Gov. Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon is known for inventing silly games to play with his guests on “The Tonight Show.” It’s part of the hot host’s comedic repertoire that keeps his show atop of the late-night ratings. Now Fallon is trying his hand … Read more ›
It has been five years since the BP oil spill, and Jimmy Fallon says tar balls are still a problem in the ocean. So in honor of Earth Day, the "Tonight Show" host and Russell Crowe broke out Fallon's old protest song. Maybe this time big oil will finally get the message. Show More Summary