Ever wonder who yodels anymore? Well, Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon, for starters! The talk-show host and his guest, who's busy promoting World War Z, star in this pretty adorable clip in which they have a full-on yodel conversation from different NYC rooftops. They really go for it, and things get especially impressive with their "double yodel." Watch now to appreciate the fine voices and yodeling skills of Fallon and Pitt!
We knew that Jimmy Fallon had a Game of Thrones parody in the works when we first saw those hilarious behind-the-scenes pictures. The skit aired during Friday night's show, and it's pretty spectacular: not only does Jimmy take on versions of Ned Stark and Daenerys Targaryen, but it's also chock-full of great references to the show, like the phrase "Sweeps are coming," and Fallon being lord of Rockefell. My favorite part is The Roots as the "Late Night's Watch." Be sure to watch until the end for a couple of surprise guests!
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Game of Thrones fans can get their end-of-the-week fantasy fix by tuning in to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon tonight. In behind-the-scenes pictures from Jimmy's "Game of Desks" spoof, the late-night host is wearing his Winterfell best, and everyone from Steve Higgins to The Roots is in character. Get excited with a sneak peek of the skit before the show!
Mindy Kaling showed up on The Office series finale last night and stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, but there was a different TV show altogether that was on her mind: Game of Thrones. Apparently Mindy is a pret-ty big fan of Jaime Lannister and gushed to Jimmy about her huge crush on the character. The best part is that Jimmy was able to pass on the result to Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime on the show, and the result is pretty priceless.
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Bradley Cooper dressed up in a suit for a visit to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon yesterday in NYC. While promoting the finale of his Hangover trilogy, The Hangover Part III, which hits theaters next Thursday, May 23, Bradley also got into a competitive game of what host Jimmy branded "faceketball." He strapped a mini basketball hoop to his head and geared up for the challenge by shedding his jacket and telling Jimmy to do the same, saying, "Jackets off, bro!" He also spoke about his Oscar nomination as well as former and current costar Jennifer Lawrence during the stop. "She's the best and we're doing a movie right now and she plays a sick character, I mean sick like from the Bronx, and she just kills it."
It was a busy start to the week for Bradley, who engaged in a bit of charitable bidding that same day. Bradley attended Leonardo DiCaprio's Christie's art auction, which benefited Leo's foundation supporting environmental protection and conservation efforts. He wasn't the only star in attendance as he was joined by Tobey Maguire, Salma Hayek, and Mark Ruffalo for the auction.
Seth Meyers had already been rumored to be next in line for the Late Night throne, and over the weekend, it was officially confirmed. Meyers will be replacing host Jimmy Fallon once Fallon takes over The Tonight Show in February 2014. Both veterans of Saturday Night Live, Meyers and Fallon have a similar background, having both served as anchors of the show's "news" segment, Weekend Update.
I've been a fan of Meyers for a while, and I think it's a terrific move on NBC's part. He's pretty well-known, and he's been SNL's head writer for eight seasons, meaning he already knows how to write for late-night television. Do you think it's a brilliant idea, or were you hoping for someone else?
If you thought Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake's "History of Rap" skits were good, then you're gonna love Fallon's lip-sync-off with John Krasinski. Last night, The Office's very own Jim Halpert brought out the big guns, doing some seriously impassioned lip-syncing and dancing to the tune of "Teenage Dream" and more. Fallon provided some pretty solid competition, but it was all over when Krasinski took on "I'll Make Love to You" — complete with a little bit of stripping. It's over eight minutes long, but it's also probably the best thing you'll see all day.
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Tom Cruise may be one of the biggest movie stars in the world, but he's always down for a game on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Cruise has already played water war on the show, so this time Fallon upped the ante with a friendly round of egg roulette. The challenge? Pick an egg at random from a carton — it may be hard-boiled, it may be raw — and smash it against your head. I love this clip because Cruise was such a good sport and you can tell Fallon loves his job. It just makes me more excited for Fallon's impending gig on The Tonight Show!
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The Jonas Brothers met their match last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. The boys stopped by to promote their new album, and the teen heartthrobs got a surprise visit from Sara, aka Fallon's teenage girl character. You may remember Sara from Fallon and Channing Tatum's "Ew" skit last year, but here she goes into full crazy mode, panicking when the Jonas Brothers sign their autographs wrong and requesting a kiss as an apology. It's totally ew-worthy.
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After weeks of speculation that Jimmy Fallon would be taking the reins from Jay Leno (and the hosts themselves singing about the matter), NBC has officially announced that Fallon will take over The Tonight Show. We're hoping that one staple of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon comes with the host: the skits! Fallon's many memorable sketches are one of our favorite things about his show, so in celebration of the news, we're sharing our favorite skits from his Late Night run.