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Gisele Bündchen Passes the Runway Model Torch to Jimmy in a Walk-Off
02:05 — Gisele Bündchen teaches Jimmy to properly work a runway like a supermodel so he can take her place after retiring from a 20-year career.
3 Things You Might Not Know: Beyoncé's Lemonade, Queen Elizabeth
03:34 — Jimmy shares three interesting facts you may not know about famous people and topics in pop culture, like Captain America.
Gisele Bündchen Almost Chose Rollercoasters Over Modeling
02:55 — Gisele Bündchen's mom only pushed her into modeling as a young teen to help her with her posture.
Fitz and the Tantrums: HandClap
03:36 — Music guest Fitz and The Tantrums performs "HandClap" for the Tonight Show audience.
Donald Trump's Diverse Primary Victory, 12-Year-Old Accidentally Runs Half-Marathon
04:56 — Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Wednesday, April 27.
Matt Lauer Can't Deal With Fake Floods or New Zealand Outhouses
03:06 — Matt Lauer recounts an embarrassing story about a live report that went awry on the Today show while Jimmy acts it out.
Audience Suggestion Box: Adam Sandler Minions, Cat Politicians
02:11 — Jimmy reads suggestions from the audience, including one that asks him to throw a hot dog from the desk into Higgins' mouth.
Matt Lauer Is the Longest-Running Today Show Anchor
02:12 — Matt Lauer talks Rio 2016 Olympics and celebrates 20 years with the Today show by comparing early career photos with Jimmy.
The Roots' "Game of Thrones" Rap
01:26 — Black Thought from The Roots catches viewers up on Season 6 of Game of Thrones with a rap.
I Hope You Dance - Official Trailer
01:36 — "I Hope You Dance" explores how one extraordinary song has changed people's lives through hope, faith, optimism, and the power of music to inspire and (more…)
Charlie Gracie: Fabulous - Official Trailer
01:21 — Charlie Grace Fabulous chronicles the life and career of Rock and Roll Pioneer, Charlie Gracie. His #1 Hit "Butterfly" knocked Elvis from the top of t (more…)
A Look Back At The Beginning
03:14 — Before The Late Show With Stephen Colbert premiered on September 8, 2015, there were two weeks of test shows to practice.
Graham Nash Knew The Beatles Before They Were The Beatles
06:16 — Rock and roll legend Graham Nash stops by to talk about his new studio album "This Path Tonight," and to share some stories from his extraordinary car (more…)
Graham Nash on loss of David Bowie, Glenn Frey
02:12 — There's been an outpouring of grief from the music world since the New Year as multiple legends have left us, including Natalie Cole, Lemmy of Motorhe (more…)
Crosby & Nash OWS Concert Clips
Singer/Songwriters David Crosby and Graham Nash performed four songs at Occupy Wall Street on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011.
Graham Nash on Politics, Young People
Graham Nash talks music, politics after event celebrating 45th anniversary of tour with Crosby and Stills. Nash feels optimistic that young peole can (more…)
Raw Video: Crosby, Nash Perform For "Occupy"
Activist musicians David Crosby and Graham Nash delivered a touch of Woodstock to Occupy Wall Street protesters at Zuccotti Park on Tuesday. They led (more…)
Crosby, Stills & Nash perform "Teach Your Children"
02:01 — Crosby, Stills & Nash (David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash) performed the song they're best known for, "Teach Your Children," live in the stu (more…)
Little-known story of start of Crosby, Stills & Nash
06:02 — Rock legends Crosby, Stills & Nash (David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash) just kicked off a 60-city summer tour and are releasing their first (more…)
David Crosby: Romney presidency would be "a disaster"
01:06 — David Crosby and Graham Nash performed at a recent charity benefit in New York to help fight cancer, leukemia, and AIDS. Crosby and Nash spoke to CBSN (more…)
Graduation 2013: Oprah, Obama headline commencement addresses
03:51 — The 2013 commencement season is under way and new graduates have been treated to words of wisdom from notable speakers including President Obama, Opra (more…)
Graham Nash: Breaking Into Music Is Harder Now
Graham Nash, legendary singer-song writer and author of the new book 'Wild Tales' tells The Wall Street Journal's Lee Hawkins that despite YouTube, TV (more…)
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