Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton appeared on the Tonight Show last night—allowing everyone involved to check off "promote this season of The Voice" from their to-do lists—and took part in a lip-sync battle against Jimmy Fallon. Gwen won.
Last night, a few well-known residents of Sesame Street stopped by the Tonight Show to help Jimmy Fallon with his #hashtags segment. This time, Fallon asked viewers to reminisce about being a kid.
In the fifth installment of Jimmy Fallon's "History of Rap" (and his first installment as host of the Tonight Show), Fallon closed his first week strong, especially after last night's Michelle Obama kale situation. Along with Justin Timberlake, Fallon tackled some of rap's finest, including Kanye West, The Beastie Boys, and that "hotstepper" guy.
Jimmy Fallon opened his first monologue of The Tonight Show Monday night with one promise: "I'm Jimmy Fallon and I'll be your host… for now." He then thanked all the hosts who have come before him, including "Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien and Jay Leno."
Jimmy Fallon will take over as host of The Tonight Show Monday night, but we should always remember that in 1998, he was just a young 24-year-old trying out for Saturday Night Live and making Lorne Michaels laugh with his Adam Sandler impersonations.
Poor fans of Nirvana (okay, so just Courtney Love), today is your lucky day; bitches be fightin' over at Universal; and Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon have reached the point of oversaturation.