Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon play two pre-teens at summer camp in this goofy clip from “The Tonight Show.” The banter between the two wasn’t entertaining enough in itself, the pair repeatedly regales us with a harmonized rendition of “Jumper” by Third Eye Blind. Sigh, I miss “Jumper,” don’t you? [Jezebel]
Growing up Jewish, you don’t get the same amazing songs that surround the Christmas tree (probably because most good Christmas songs were written by fellow Jews). Jimmy Fallon realized the struggle of the Jewish people, and created a whole bunch of songs with fans to keep everyone warm around the menorah this year. Read more on College Candy…
Steve Carell guest starred on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” last night, and joined the host’s famous Babershop Quartet “The Ragtime Gals” in singing one of the world’s sexiest songs. The “40-Year-Old Virgin” actor took lead vocals on “Sexual Healing,” while Jimmy and the gals belted out back-up. If you’re not hypnotized by all of the stripes, you’ll see that they actually did a pretty bang up job (do people still say that?)
Marvin Gaye would be so proud.
My (Second) Boyfriend In My Head Benedict Cumberbatch has been making the rounds on talk shows lately to promote his upcoming film, “The Imitation Game,” in which he plays Alan Turing, the logician who cracked the Nazi Enigma code. He stopped by “The Tonight Show” last night and played “Three Word Stories” with Jimmy Fallon, the objective of which is to lead your opponent into saying a certain word. Fallon accomplished his goal in three turns, while Yumberbatch took, well, significantly longer to get Fallon to say “Booty” (demonstrating that he is not, in fact, the characters he plays).
Womp womp. The life of Alan Turing is totally fascinating, so I do suggest that you go see “The Imitation Game” when it comes out, November 28. [h/t People]
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When Brad Pitt paid a visit to “The Tonight Show” last night to promote his movie “Fury,” he opted out of the traditional interview route and chose to have a subtitle-fueled dance conversation with Jimmy. I have to admit, I’m pretty impressed with their moves! [Us Weekly]