Billy Joel and his band perform "You May Be Right" with some help from Jimmy Fallon.
Chelsea talks about the work accomplished through the Clinton Global Initiative University, which is set to meet for its seventh year, and Chelsea recalls an early memory on the campaign trail.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Thursday, March 20.
Jimmy reads off superlatives for some of Russia and Ukraine's top politicians, including "most likely to eat charcoal briquettes as a snack."
Chelsea talks about living life in New York and Jimmy explains why he's likely not allowed back at a restaurant Chelsea recommended to him.
Jimmy asks Billy about his plans for the upcoming Sirius XM Radio channel he will operate starting March 26, and the two talk about Billy playing in Russia in the Soviet Union in 1987.
Jimmy reads his favorite tweets with the hashtag #MakesMeMad.
Jimmy and Billy Joel loop their voices on an iPad app to form a 2-man doo-wop group -- singing "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" by The Tokens in 4-part harmony.
Jimmy Fallon has Billy Joel and Chelsea Clinton on an all-new Tonight Show.
Jon welcomes Chelsea Clinton to The Daily Show.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz on his book “The Price of Inequality: How Today’s Divided Society Endangers Our Future." Chelsea Clinton discusses the Clinton Global Initiative
Joseph Stiglitz; Chelsea Clinton
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