Mariah Carey, Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon has done it again.
On Tuesday's Late Night, Fallon was joined by his house band The Roots, Mariah Carey and an adorable group of kids to perform Carey's hit song "All I Want For Christmas Is You." Fallon and The Roots, who've already proven their love of using classroom instruments, were also decked out in their finest Christmas sweaters. Watch below:
Reba McEntire and Jai Rodriguez
Music is just about everywhere on TV these days — except in most shows' opening credits. The glory days of the TV title song may be long gone, but a few new series are keeping the theme alive.
Most notably, ABC's comedy Malibu Country boasts a traditional opening tune. When it came time to put the show's title credits together, it made perfect sense to ask star Reba McEntire to choose the song. McEntire — who also performed the opening theme to her last sitcom, Reba ("I'm a Survivor") — came back with "Goodbye Looks Good on Me," written by Kellys Collins, Juliana Cole and Jeff Smith.
Here are the titles and talent behind some of this fall's new TV opening themes.
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Mark your calendars, awards show junkies and TV devotees!
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Rashida Jones and Jimmy Fallon
'Tis the season to get into the holiday spirit — and this week, Jimmy Fallon and Rashida Jones helped viewers do just that, with a holiday medley set to the most popular songs of the year. Meanwhile, some pranksters decided to play a practical joke on Black Friday shoppers by dressing up as Target employees and giving the customers some (misguided) information about the store's deals.
Check out those clips in our Top Videos of the Week, as well as a terrifying Brazilian hidden camera stunt, an Inception-inspired parody of 7th Heaven's marijuana episode, the best of Liz & Dick, and more.
Zach Cregger, Anthony Anderson and Jesse Bradford
NBC is extending playtime on Wednesday nights. The network has ordered four more episodes of the freshman sitcom Guys with Kids, Deadline reports.
That will bring the series' first-season episode total to...
Lindsay Lohan is back! On Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, at least. LiLo popped up on the talk show Wednesday night in a platinum wig, cat eye glasses and an all-white outfit to help Fallon with "Let Us Play With Your Look."
Robert Pattinson, Jimmy Fallon
Ever wonder what would happen if Breaking Dawn Part 2, the final chapter in the Twilight saga, were recast with dogs? Or how to get a gigantic St. Bernard down from an attic when he's too frightened to step on a ladder? Our favorite online videos this week include answers to those questions, as well as kittens watching tennis, Long Island residents using "Gangnam Style" to lament the fact that they're still without power after Hurricane Sandy, and a brilliantly-edited version of President Obama covering "U Can't Touch This."
Which of the clips below is your favorite? And which awesome videos did we miss this week?
Jimmy Fallon, Christina Aguilera and The Roots join forces for an awesome performance of The Voice judge's "Your Body," accompanied by... office supplies. If the formula seems familiar, it's because Fallon and his house band did something similar with classroom instruments and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe."
What do you think? Does Aguilera's performance match the novel brilliance of the Jepsen cover? Hit the comments with your thoughts!
Brian Williams and Jon Stewart
Friday's telethon to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy raised nearly $23 million, NBCUniversal and the American Red Cross report.
"We are incredibly grateful and humbled by this outpouring of support for those who are suffering as a result of Superstorm Sandy," American Red Cross Chief Marketing Officer Peggy Dyer said in a statement.
Stars align on NBC to help victims of Hurricane Sandy