“I’m so nervous,” Grande tells Jimmy Fallon. “I don’t speak. This is my first time speaking in front of people … I’ve never talked on a talk show.” Continue reading “Ariana Grande ‘Talks on a Talk Show’ For The First Time”
For the record, she’s totally not thrilled at all to be on Tinder and hates David Letterman.
Crazy adorable ginger (and only reason to ever step foot in a theater showing Amazing Spider-Man 2) Emma Stone decimated the competition over at The Tonight Show with her mouthed renditions of the equally challenging “Hook” by Blues Traveler and DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win.”
Fallon’s dance moves didn’t stand a chance against Emma, whose lips and arms were moving so fast that audience members in the front row witnessed some of her freckles bouncing off her skin and into their laps.
Following “Ew” with Michelle Obama and Will Ferrell (in drag) and History of Rap 5 with Justin Timberlake, Jimmy brought together Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore – who played lovers in The Wedding Singer, 50 First Dates and Blended, set to release later this year – for a duet.
Barrymore and an adorably sloppy Sandler serenade each other in the “Every 10 Years Song,” and it’s super sweet considering Adam references her boobs and his boner.
Mobster extraordinaire and two-time Home Alone villain Pesci recently approached Jonah Hill at The Wolf Of Wall Street premiere to give him some sage advice about getting a swollen ego and allowing people to over-sing his praises.
“He goes, ‘You’re great in the movie, kid, I’m really proud of you.’ And I’m like, ‘Thank you, your acting means so much to me,'” Hill told Jimmy Fallon. “And he goes, ‘Here’s what I want you to do: I want you to go buy a helmet.’ And I go, ‘okay…'” Continue reading “Joe Pesci Gave Jonah Hill a Rectal Exam”
Many YouTube users seems surprised that Miley “can actually sing.” (I’m not entirely convinced.)
The chipmunk-gone-haywire also provided whacking material for Terry Richardson and co. in various provocative poses much to the dismay of her penpal, Sinead O’Connor. Continue reading “Video: Miley Sings “We Can’t Stop” Acapella With Jimmy Fallon and The Roots”
It doesn’t matter if you care about lip syncing. In terms of musical fakery, this will make you like it the way Air Guitar Nation made you like a half-naked Asian dude with a front-facing Hello Kitty backpack.
JGL wins hands down with his adorably exact and theatrical dub of “Super Bass” by Nicki Minaj.
I like Seth Meyers. He’s very sharp on Weekend Update, but who exactly decided that Fallon’s sub had to be another SNL alumn? Is Fallon’s success, and the success of any other host, not a one-of-a-kind occurrence that has to do with individual talent?
Obsessing over his lack of versatility compared to his predecessor is pointless. He’s more comedic than Leno or Letterman, and presumably not much less in tune than Fallon, Ferguson or Kimmel. He’ll be fine.
Meyers is expected to stay on Saturday Night Live through the holidays, until early 2014.
NBC announced Wednesday that unfunniest man in Hollywood Jay Leno will be retiring from The Tonight Show in Spring of 2014, giving him more time to penetrate exhaust pipes.
“This time around there really aren’t any complications like there were the last time,” said Leno, on that time he stole Conan’s job. “This time it feels right.”
Jimmy Fallon will step into Jay’s shoes for a reported pay increase of $12 million (from $5M), but there’s still no news of who will take over Late Night. Fellow SNL alum Seth Myers’ name is in the hat, but I’d rather see Aisha Tyler, or Jay Mohr. (Listen to their podcasts, Girl on Guy and Mohr Stories immediately.)
The latest installment features snippets from Run DMC, Cypress Hill, 2 Live Crew, Notorious B.I.G., Missy Elliott, Beastie Boys, Eminem, and Macklemore & Ryan lewis.
Jimmy Fallon, Mariah Carey and The Roots are The Avengers of December, teaming up to save Christmas from two Grease stars who almost square dance-stomped the shit out of our collective holiday spirit.
I’m talking about the genius of the classic “All I Want For Christmas” with a quirky Fallon twist versus the Grinchy sadness of John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John’s “I Think You Might Like It.” One makes me want to clap my joyous hands together, the other makes me want to clap them over my ears. Both feature John Travolta and Mariah Carey in their natural habitat.
Legendary gangster rapper and big-assed white lady marry-er Ice-T dropped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to talk about his home life and dogs and season 14 of Law & Order SVU (the 300th episode was just shot??) and one unlikely subject: Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.
“I love Honey Boo Boo Child. I didn’t like Toddlers & Tiaras because I thought that was like child abuse,” he told Fallon on Friday’s show.
“I think that’s the most realistic reality show on television, they don’t care. I like Sugar Bear, I like Glitzy the pig, Pumpkin. They do not care, they just so gangster with it, mom’s be sneezing and the sister’s like bananas.” Continue reading “Ice-T Is A Honey Boo Boo Fan”
William Blake once said that there is no creature more terrifying than a smizing cougar burning bright in the forests of the night. You and I both know Blake was referring to Tyra Banks.
Many suspect that 38-year-old Banks – former supermodel, current whipped-cream addict and transgendered lost boy – is dating much younger America’s Next Top Model judge and ex-boxer/model Rob Evans.
Last week, Tyra told Jimmy Fallon that things with 24-year-old Rob are strictly business.
However, when she talks about him she giggles like a 15-year-old girl and compliments the crap out of him, repeatedly calling Fallon by his first name as if she were being grounded by mama five-head.
Other personal favorites include Supporting Drama Actor Peter Dinklage who won for his portrayal of Tyrion “The Imp” Lannister in 2011, Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston, The Voice (Reality Competition Program), Degrassi (Children’s Program), and Seth Green’s Robot Chicken.
Jimmy Fallon, whose gig as Late Night show host has been on since 2009, earned a nod for Outstanding Variety and Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for SNL (along with Melissa McCarthy and Maya Rudolph). Continue reading “‘Girls,’ ‘Game Of Thrones,’ ‘Degrassi’ And ‘American Horror Story’ Among Emmy Nominees”
What would I do without Gilbert Gottfried reading excerpts or Jimmy Fallon’s “50 Shades Of Grey Karaoke” featuring “Hot Fudge Brownie Sex,” “I Found Some Baby Oil,” and “Whores Drawers.”
She was escorted out shortly after baring her bosoms, and according to TMZ this isn’t her first offense.
I’ve seen lady flashers in public three times. At the Oregon Country Fair (it’d be a surprise to NOT see nudity there), an outdoor Violent Femmes concert, and a Howard Stern comedy tour. “Hot flasher” is an oxymoron.
For instance, on the topic of her latest music video’s age restriction on YouTube she said, “I’m supposed to be a girl gone wild in the video! How could you go wild and not grind? This is the question that people should be asking.”
Her favorite song off MDNA, released on March 23, is “Gangbang.” She not only wrote the song with Quentin Tarantino and a hotel room setting in mind, but hopes he will direct. Continue reading “Madonna’s Jimmy Fallon Interview, On Facebook”