Friday night on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Fallon and pal Seth Rogen faced off in a “Lip Sync Battle,” the bit that spawned a hit show on Spike TV. No matter where the battles take place, they are always a ton of fun, especially when Fallon is involved.
The most highly anticipated movie in the world — Star Wars: The Force Awakens — opens in just a few days, and the buzz for it is, understandably, through the roof.
The cast of the film has been making publicity rounds lately for the film, including one very awesome segment on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where they joined host Jimmy Fallon and his house band, The Roots, for an a cappella medley of Star Wars music!
Andy Samberg was on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night, and he and Jimmy Fallon got ridiculous as usual. Samberg has an upcoming gig hosting The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards, plus his FOX show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine (I dub it the funniest show on television), returns for its 3rd season on Sunday, September 27th. We are in for a whole lot of Andy Samberg and I am glad.
The cutest celebrity BFFs reunited last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon opened the show with their classic bit, and with help from the coolest band in the world – The Roots. JT just can’t go on the show without them breaking into song. I love it! What am I talking about? Everyone loves it! They start with “Fiesta” by R. Kelly and Jay Z, and end with “Fight For Your Right” by The Beastie Boys.
I think we found the new breakout hit! Spike TV, You should buy this right now. On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night, Jimmy Fallon was joined by Denis Leary and Molly Shannon doing one of his new bits, “Nonsense Karaoke.” Shannon channelled Mary Katherine Gallagher and sang the very wrong lyrics to TLC’s “Waterfalls.” Leary, already in costume having come from a photo shoot for his upcoming FX show, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, did a wonky version (for the lyrics, not the singing) of Def Leppard’s “Pour Some Sugar On Me.”
Watch that clip, plus the clip of Leary recounting how he almost got stabbed by an insulted Judas Priest fan, how he was mistaken for Jane Lynch, and Chris Pratt’s “Nonsense Karaoke” below.