If you haven't yet heard, this past weekend at the annual Emmy Awards, comedienne Tina Fey had a teeny, tiny nip-slip for a fraction of a second on national television. Rather than let that get to her, though, Fey has chosen to mock the incident herself, using it as fodder for a 'Saturday Night Live' promo and in an interview on 'Late Night.'
The more we see Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon, the more we want them to have their own show together. Their latest joint effort? Showing everyone just how pervasive the hashtag culture has become online -- and how utterly ridiculous it is.
It was no 'History of Rap,' but whenever you get Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake together, you know it'll be great. And so it was on Tuesday night when JT made a surprise appearance during a Fallon sketch.
Lots of people were surprised when Jimmy Fallon and his wife Nancy became new parents recently, and it turns out that was partly by design. In fact, few people knew they were expecting -- because the couple used a surrogate and told almost no one.
Well, this would certainly explain why Nancy never looked pregnant.
News anchor Brian Williams hasn't slow-jammed the news with late night host Jimmy Fallon in a while, but that doesn't mean Fallon has forgotten about him.
In fact, by combining Williams' random clips from 'NBC Nightly News,' Jimmy and his staff were able to make Brian rap without any effort on his part whatsoever.
Congratulations to Jimmy Fallon and wife Nancy Juvonen Fallon!
Don't be fooled by the blue dress, either. The comic, actor and host and his lovely producer love are the proud new parents of a baby girl.
Most of the stars were distracted today (July 18) by their various nominations (both Emmy and VMA-related), but that didn't mean the rest of the Twitterverse didn't have time to celebrate the creation of life, the continuation of life and just being alive.
Self-awareness, it's a wonderful thing.
Last night on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' Kristen Wiig was scheduled to appear, but as a surprise, Fallon told the audience that Michael Jordan was there instead. Enter Kristen in a basketball jersey, Air Jordans and a bad bald cap to play Michael Jordan for the entire interview. (Kind of.)
'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' is known for its ridiculous off-the-wall sketches, and this one -- featuring Fallon and special guest Brad Pitt yodeling -- is no exception.
Hashtag yodel. No really, that's the hashtag that they flashed at the end of the bit: #yodel. Or since this was all done to promote Brad's new apocalyptic zombie flick 'World War Z,' maybe it's YODEL, as in You Only Die Every L
Thanks to the magic of editing, anything is possible. Yes, even NBC anchor Brian Williams rapping the opening to Snoop Dogg's 'Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang' without his knowledge -- but with a healthy assist from Jimmy Fallon and his staff, who were able to make the clip come to life by piecing together key words from Williams' various reports.
But it may not have even been necessary to go behind Brian
With Jimmy Fallon leaving 'Late Night' to take over the 'Tonight Show' from Jay Leno, someone had to take over Fallon's soon-to-be vacant timeslot -- and that person has finally been confirmed as Seth Meyers.
TIME Magazine has unveiled its annual Most Influential People list, which is comprised of five separate categories: Artists, Leaders, Pioneers, Titans and Icons.
While the list itself isn't surprising -- media mainstays like Jennifer Lawrence, Jay-Z, Lena Dunham and Frank Ocean all landed spots -- what was intriguing is what other notable people wrote about them.
Conan O'Brien may have had a few brief moments (okay, a year) as 'Tonight Show' host before the role was taken back from him by the so-called retired Jay Leno, but that didn't stop him from being happy for fellow late-nighter Jimmy Fallon, who was announced as Leno's replacement yesterday (April 3).
This of course was not the case on 'Chelsea Lately,' where he and Chelsea Handler get in a naked sh
You've heard the rumors that Jimmy Fallon would take up the mantle of 'Tonight' from Jay Leno when he retired -- the pair even notably addressed them through song.
And today, April 3, NBC officially announced it'll actually happen.
Ice-T appeared on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' to talk about all the most important things in life: New York Mayor Bloomberg's ban on oversized soda, Dennis Rodman visiting North Korea, the television show 'Splash,' and of course the Harlem Shake.
Someone please give this man a YouTube series where he just answers viewer questions once a week.
Ice, what are your thoughts on the meaning of life?
With Jimmy Fallon allegedly taking over the 'Tonight Show' from Jay Leno -- who might actually retire this time for realsies -- that leaves Fallon's 'Late Night' seat available.
And who might fill it? Possibly 'Saturday Night Live' head writer and 'Weekend Update' anchor Seth Meyers.