Dear Hugh Jackman, you know that 'The Tonight Show' is on television, right? More specifically, it's on live television in front of a studio audience, which means hundreds of people are watching the show in person, with millions more watching at home. In short, it's a very bad place to decide to cheat at a game, particularly if that game involves standing on an oversized pool table in front of said audience.
Jimmy Fallon has never been a teenage girl. Taylor Swift, however, has. Still, the veracity that Fallon brings to his performance as a teen in his fake-talk-show-within-a-talk-show, 'Ew!,' is pretty striking -- he somehow seems like more of a teenage girl than his guest, who was a teenage girl mere years ago. It's madness!
Poor Nick Cannon. Perhaps the 'Tonight Show' guest realized he'd want to hide after last night's show, thus deciding to kit himself out in a camouflage suit before he even hit the stage. Cannon was paired up with Megan Fox during the latest round of Jimmy Fallon-approved Pictionary, and the pair turned in a ... well, it was a pretty dismal performance.
Jimmy Fallon's love for turning basic drinking games into outsized (often, quite literally) versions of themselves is well documented, but the 'Tonight Show' host just might have reached the apex of his drinking game adoration when he challenged Pitbull (Mr. Worldwide, please) to a round of Giant Duff Beer Pong. Wait, why Duff? Because Fallon and his show have been camped out at Universal Studios in Orlando all week, and yes, this game is all about Duff Beer, the favorite fictional beer of 'The Simpsons.'
'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon and screechy-voiced comedian Kevin Hart both hate roller coasters, but the guys decided to face their fears together (aww) by taking a special spin on Universal Studio Orlando's massive Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit roller coaster.
So far, 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon has made 'NBC Nightly News' host Brian Williams rap (through the magic of editing) a stunning eight songs, from "Gin and Juice" to "Rapper's Delight." But last night's edition just might be the best yet, as he tackled Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back."
HBO's smash hit 'Game of Thrones' can get pretty wordy, which is why Kristian Nairn's singular performance as Hodor ("Hodor!") is so welcome. With just a one-word vocabulary, Hodor still manages to be a fan favorite -- but that doesn't mean that his unique skills can translate to other television shows, like, oh, 'Family Feud.'
Last week, Jimmy Fallon asked his loyal 'Tonight Show' audience to send in videos of their children making their best funny faces -- classic kid antics -- without indicating exactly what said videos would be used for. Of course, this is Jimmy Fallon, so the news that the late-night host employed the videos for another one of his celebrity-baiting games shouldn't be too shocking.
Jimmy Fallon must have some kind of death wish -- after all, what sort of nut would ban dancing from their 'Tonight Show' and then invite Kevin Bacon on as a guest? There's a historical precedent here that's hard to ignore. Kevin Bacon loves dancing. You can't take dancing away from Kevin Bacon. Step back. Or, rather, get back.
Let it never be said that Jon Hammdoesn't like to have a good time. The 'Mad Men' star might be known for his hard-nosed role on the uber-dramatic AMC series, but he likes to stir up mirth in his off-time, from 'SNL' hosting and pop-in appearances to helping 'Tonight Show'hostJimmy Fallonwith some gags for his show. In keeping with the latter, Fallon and Hamm took to the Top of the Rock (on top of NBC's 30 Rock in NYC) over the weekend to photobomb innocent city gazers.
There's something oddly soothing about watching Jimmy Fallonplay flip cup with big stars on his 'Tonight Show.'The college drinking game suddenly seems classy, refined, even a little zen, especially when someone like 'The Face of Love' star Annette Beningshows up to chug beer and flip Solo cups alongside the host.
In a slightly dazzling post-Oscars spectacular, Jimmy Kimmel and took to skewering Hollywood’s biggest night on his 9th annual ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live: After The Oscars’ special in the least offensive way possible – by asking some of the world’s biggest movie stars to poke fun at the seriousness of awards season by starring in some fake film trailers based on fictitious films populated by popular memes of the YouTube variety.
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