Tariq's part was, hands down, the best
Awww yeaahhh... A few weeks ago, President Obama took executive action on immigration, and some people still don't know what to think about it. In order to break it down in the most seductive way possible, Brian Williams, who is also...Show More Summary
On Tuesday's "The Tonight Show" on NBC, host Jimmy Fallon and NBC's "Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams performed a "slow jam" over the announcement of Obama's executive order dealing with immigration policy last week. Follow Breitbart.tv on Twitter @BreitbartVideo
Brian Williams celebrated 10 years as anchor of NBC Nightly News Tuesday night by joining Jimmy Fallon for yet another "Slow Jam the News" session, this time to tackle President Barack Obama's immigration executive action. They even worked in a Peter Pan Live plug for the anchor's daughter Allison Williams.
President Barack Obama slow jammed the news, sang the blues, and channeled Al Green. But, nothing can compare to his performance of the Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy.”
President Barack Obama has talked politics with David Letterman and slow jammed the news with Jimmy Fallon, but he has yet to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live. TMZ claimed that was about to change this week when they reported that Obama is headed to Los Angeles to appear on Jimmy Kimmel's show this Wednesday.
From slow jamming the news with Obama to playing musical instruments with Palin, Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ has become the late night destination for red and blue alike.
They can’t even look at an entertainment show without playing politics. BTW, isn’t this the same Jimmy Fallon who recently had Mitt Romney on to slow jam the news? The Obamas have had few more obsequious media allies than NBC’s Jimmy Fallon. Now that he’s taking over the hallowed ground of “The Tonight Show,” Fallon’s […]
President Obama has slowed jammed the news with Jimmy Fallon, been interviewed by Leno and Letterman, and has sat down for a grilling prior to most of the Super Bowls during his term and a half. He has been very friendly with television, and especially the sports world. Show More Summary
On Friday, Mitt Romney joined Jimmy Fallon and the Roots on NBC's Late Night to "slow jam the news." The main topic of the segment was President Obama's upcoming State of the Union address. Highlights include Fallon making a 47-percent...Show More Summary
Following in the footsteps of Barack Obama, Chris Christie, and of course Brian Williams, former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney joined Jimmy Fallon for what could very well be the last "Slow Jam the News" session before the host leaves Late Night for the Tonight Show.
Dissatisfied with President Obama's NSA speech on Friday? Cleanse your palate with "Tap It: NSA Slow Jam," performed by Remy and produced by Meredith Bragg. About 3 minutes. Original release date was June 14, 2013 and original writeup...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) So back in the fall Obama thrilled the youth vote by “slow jamming” the news on Jimmy Fallon, but now Obama is being slow-jammed himself by the slowly unfolding multiple scandals, once again the chief unifying theme of this week’s pictorial/cartoonial (?) review. Show More Summary
Following in the footsteps of President Obama, Gov. Chris Christie has become the latest politician to pick up the microphone and “slow jam the news” with Jimmy Fallon on his late-night show. The New Jersey Governor used the R&B musical number last night as an opportunity to defend his decision to call a special election to fill late Sen. Show More Summary
Will the fabled Tonight Show, once home to legendary host Johnny Carson, become a vehicle for Democrat-approved politicians? Future Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon, who famously allowed President Barack Obama to push his agenda via a "slow jam" news segment, helped out another politician last night in the guise of comedy. Show More Summary
Barack Obama, watch your back. Chris Christie has a new BFF: Jimmy Fallon. The New Jersey governor stopped by "Late Night" on Wednesday to perform...
Double entendres, weight jokes and 2016 references were aplenty when the Republican governor got funny with NBC's late night guy. President Obama did the same thing when he slow jammed with Jimmy last year.
The Obama's think they're celebrities instead of public servants. They appear on late night talk shows, shaking their booty and crooning slow jams with Jimmy Fallon, luxuriating in fundraisers with Hollywood's elite, golfing with Tiger and of course presenting Oscars. Show More Summary
Michelle Obama drops by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon tonight to talk fitness and -- hopefully -- perform a duet with Questlove on a "Sweatin' to the Oldies" slow jam. Fingers crossed on that second part. Fallon and the FLOTUS prepped...Show More Summary
We've already seen Jimmy Fallon shamelessly turn over his "Late Night" spotlight to President Barack Obama to put the administration's spin before the public. Now, Brian Williams of NBC News is getting into the act. Williams, repeating...Show More Summary