Drew Barrymore and Jimmy Fallon are old pals — in addition to starring together in the rom-com “Fever Pitch,” Fallon is married to Drew’s bestie and business partner. So I suppose that’s why they trusted each other enough to experiment with new makeup looks on last night’s episode of “Late Night.” Jimmy got especially wily with the lip liner though… (P.S. I am seriously digging Drew’s voluminous and curly high pony.)
Seventies yacht rock crooner Michael McDonald is on the come up again these days. First, there’s the whole amazing hilarious Yacht Rock web series. Then there were collaborations with Grizzly Bear and Holy Ghost. And now this: A Michael McDonald musical number with Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake. Clearly, JT is trying real hard to sell us on his new record, which fine. But hats off to whichever “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” writer came up with this absurdist genius. [Hulu]
I don’t watch “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” that often because I try to go to bed at a reasonable time so that I don’t hit the snooze button for an hour every morning. As a result, I’m unfamiliar with Jimmy’s regular segment, “Let Us Play With Your Look,” in which, I guess, an audience member is given a makeover while Jimmy sings off key. Last night’s segment featured a special guest — Lindsay Lohan! It was really weird. Also, this might be the best Lindsay’s looked in awhile, which is odd because she’s wearing a strange asymmetrical, Vidal Sassoon-esque platinum wig. Anyway, clip above!
It’s been so crazy and fascinating to watch Tavi rise from 11-year-old fashion blogger to the editor of her own magazine, Rookie, and bonafide celebrity. Now she’s working the media circuit to spread the word about Rookie Yearbook One, a new book featuring the best articles, photos, and illustrations from Rookie‘s first year. Stopping by “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” yesterday, Tavi was poised, insightful, and funny as she described her rise in the fashion world, getting her hand stroked by Bjork, and, of course, how she perfected her bitchface technique. The whole interview is great, but the bitchfacing tutorial starts at the 2:45 mark. [Late Night with Jimmy Fallon]
Happy “Magic Mike” day! Last night, the star of The Most Important Movie Ever Made About Strippers, Channing Tatum, stop by “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” and donned a wig and glass for Jimmy’s regular “Ew!” segment. I love a man that embraces his feminine side. Clip above!
I think we can all agree that the “Call Me Maybe” covers need to stop. Let the last and greatest be Carly Rae Jepsen herself covering “Call Me Maybe” with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots … on classroom instruments. Questlove with a kazoo FTW! [You Tube]