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Watch Jimmy “Tom Petty” Fallon Duet with Stevie Nicks

Article: Watch Jimmy “Tom Petty” Fallon Duet with Stevie Nicks

We had to do a double take because for a minute there, we really thought it was Tom Petty! Okay, maybe not. But bad wig aside, Jimmy Fallon pulled off an impressive duet with rock legend Stevie Nicks on last night’s Tonight Show. Watch the duo perform an ’80s classic below.

Watch Fallon and Ferrell Become BFFs with the First Lady

Article: Watch Fallon and Ferrell Become BFFs with the First Lady

While we know that Will Ferrell has no qualms about dressing up and acting funny, it was a surprise to see First Lady Michelle Obama go toe-to-toe with him on The Tonight Show and create a little bit of that SNL magic. Ferrell and Mrs. Obama kicked it with Jimmy Fallon for an installment of…

Watch “Harry Styles” Explain the Origin of One Direction on Fallon

Article: Watch “Harry Styles” Explain the Origin of One Direction on Fallon

Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show is off to a great start. The premiere featured a star-studded stunt involving a $100 bet, and night two brought us teen idol Harry Styles. Well, not quite. The Spoils of Babylon star Kristin Wiig one-upped her Michael Jordan impression with a hilarious parody of the One Direction singer. Watch her…

<em>Spoils</em> Star Jessica Alba Plays Turtleneck Pong on Fallon

Article: Spoils Star Jessica Alba Plays Turtleneck Pong on Fallon

Last night, The Spoils of Babylon star Jessica Alba stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to discuss the epic miniseries and play an epic round of double turtleneck ping pong, which is exactly what it sounds like. Turns out that Jessica is kind of a ping pong shark even when playing with one arm…

Watch Marc Maron on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

Article: Watch Marc Maron on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

Marc Maron is on a whirlwind press tour, but with a book and a television show to promote, he has to get in touch with his inner Energizer bunny and just keep going and going and going. Last night Marc swung by the set of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to talk about his new…

Jon Stewart and Jimmy Fallon Sing “Whip My Hair”

Article: Jon Stewart and Jimmy Fallon Sing “Whip My Hair”

Before you read this post we should warn you: This song will be stuck in your head for the rest of the day. Now that the legal stuff is out of the way, last night on The Daily Show Jon Stewart hosted Jimmy Fallon, host of his own late night talk show, to talk about…

Watch: Bon Iver’s brilliant Bonnie Raitt turn for Jimmy Fallon

Article: Watch: Bon Iver’s brilliant Bonnie Raitt turn for Jimmy Fallon

Last night, Justin Vernon brought an iteration of Bon Iver to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon that sounded neither like the muted folk of his 2007 breakthrough or the layered majesty of his forthcoming follow-up. Instead, he sang beside pianist Phil Cook–his best friend and former bandmate in DeYarmond Edison, and now a multi-instrumentalist in…

Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon Bring SNL’s Ambiguously Gay Duo to Life

Article: Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon Bring SNL’s Ambiguously Gay Duo to Life

Actor and comedian Ed Helms hosted “Saturday Night Live” this week and he brought along a few friends, namely: Jon Hamm, Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, and Steve Carell for a live-action version of “The Ambiguously Gay Duo.” For longtime fans of “SNL,” the return of the innuendo-addled superhero cartoon alone was exciting. Robert Smigel’s “The…

The World of Fred Armisen

Article: The World of Fred Armisen

During these days of winter when the weather is getting really cold, your holiday shopping is all done (you’re welcome), you’ve roasted every chestnut, chugged all the nog, and yet it is still not Christmas Eve, you may feel down. You probably feel similarly sad when you think about how many weeks minutes it is…

Super Collective, Gayngs: Fools or Geniuses?

Article: Super Collective, Gayngs: Fools or Geniuses?

It seems to me that we are in the midst of a resurgence of smooth, but then, I may just be projecting, hard to tell. It’s clear though that growing numbers of 30 somethings and late 20 somethings fully embrace the smooth/lite/yacht rock sounds of the late 70′s and early 80′s. The Doobie Brothers, Hall…

The 62nd Emmy Awards Opening Number

Article: The 62nd Emmy Awards Opening Number

If you caught the Emmy’s the other night, you may have been amused by the gleeful opening number staring Jimmy Fallon and Tina Fey, especially if you watch the show “Glee” whose cast performed with the SNL vets. The number was created by songwriter Amy Miles and co-producer Mike Robertson who both also happens to…

LIKE IT?  LOVE IT?  HATE IT?

Article: LIKE IT? LOVE IT? HATE IT?

Last year Public Enemy celebrated the 20th Anniversary of It Takes A Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back, by playing it from start-to-finish at select concert stops. This year P.E. will be doing it backed by hip-hop’s unofficial house band, The Roots, at

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