You know, sometimes I watch these bits from late night talk shows and am like, “Yeah, this is funny” and I laugh a little, but then I turn it off before the end because really it’s not thaaaaat funny. But this segment from last night’s “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” with Jennifer Lawrence playing the ridiculous game “Box of Lies”? I actually watched it from start to finish and genuinely LOLed, not just at the ridiculousness of the game, but at the weird tangents Jimmy and Jen managed to go on. Both such weirdos.
Yesterday, I was in need of some laughs to get through the Monday blues, so I watched this clip of Kevin Spacey on “The Tonight Show,” doing a barbershop rendition of Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty.” Then I watched it again, and again, and pretty much couldn’t stop. Something about his dead-eyed expression paired with his commitment to nailing those harmonies with Jimmy Fallon makes me crack up. His interview with Jimmy is pretty funny, too. I just love his wacky sense of humor. I’d say I wish he did more comedy instead of all those dramas, but that would mean living without “House Of Cards.”
Jimmy Fallon and Cameron Diaz teamed up to photobomb pictures of unassuming Top of The Rock tourists, and they were kind of totally awesome to watch. Why can’t these two show up to interrupt when I’m on vacation? [Laughing Squid]
At first I was a little concerned about Emma Stone’s first song choice in last night lip sync battle against Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show.” Blues Traveler? Really? But I forgot about the rap breakdown on “Hook,” and how ridiculous it is, so maybe Emma was on to something. Jimmy started off slow with Iggy Azalea, but Styx’s “Mr. Roboto” was a worthy second choice. But Emma reigned triumphant with her second song, “All I Do Is Win” by DJ Khaled, totally nailing the Ludacris rap. You know what I would like to see next? An all-stars battle between Emma and Paul Rudd. Make it happen, Fallon. [HyperVocal]
MC BriWi, I mean, newsman Brian Williams dropped his sixth rap on “The Tonight Show” last night, adding Snoop’s “Gin and Juice” to his growing catalogue of ’90s hip-hop covers. That is, Jimmy Fallon’s wolf-eared editors pieced together bits of Williams’ newscasts into yet another flawless mashup. G’s up, hoes down, while you motherfuckers bounce to this! [HyperVocal]
Last night on “The Tonight Show,” host Jimmy Fallon continued to just slay at putting his celeb guests to work. This time, Fallon and guest Stevie Nicks recreated Nicks’ 1981 hit “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” with Fallon embodying the role of Stevie’s original duet partner, Tom Petty. Watch above and check out the original music video after the jump! Keep reading »