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!
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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
Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together
As the eastern seaboard deals with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, NBC gathered the best and brightest stars and musicians for a telethon that would hopefully ease both the emotional and financial pain.
Hosted by Matt Lauer, Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together featured first-hand stories of those affected by the hurricane, whether that was...
Bruce Springsteen, Christina Aguilera, Billy Joel, Bon Jovi and other stars will come together for a one-hour telethon Friday to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The event, dubbed Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together, will be hosted by Matt Lauer and will air live on NBC at 8/7c. The telethon will also be live-streamed on NBC.com and will be broadcast across NBCUniversal's network and cable channels, including ...
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Our top moments of the week:
15. Best Reveal, Part I: No guests? No problem for Watch What Happens: Live host Andy Cohen, who puts on a one-man show in the clubhouse on Monday when Hurricane Sandy prevents his guest and audience from showing up. Wearing pajamas in front of a fake fire, Cohen plays clips, takes calls from his viewers, and — most importantly — reveals what his Real Housewives intro line would be: "I may be a man, but I fight like a girl," he declares proudly, staring straight into the camera. Best pajama party ever!
14. Best Shoutout: When Jane suddenly...
NBC will broadcast a one-hour telethon Friday to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy, which ravaged the East Coast earlier this week.
Matt Lauer will host Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together, which will be broadcast live from New York CITY on Friday, Nov. 2 at 8/7c.
Jimmy Fallon and David Letterman totally bombed Monday night! Though in their defense, they had no studio audiences thanks to Hurricane Sandy. That means that no matter how funny each host was, every joke was met with only crickets.
Our top moments of the week:
13. Best Surprise, Part I: When Mindy and her co-workers decide to go out for a night on the town on The Mindy Project, it's the practice's wet-blanket doctor, Danny (Chris Messina), who has a big trick up his sleeve: He can bust quite a move on the dance floor -- to the shock of his female colleagues. The only thing that could make his slick moves like Jagger even cooler? He tells Mindy that his mom put him in dance classes as a kid because he was getting into lots of fights. A guy who can throw a left hook and bump it? Oh, doctor!
12. Most Romantic Engagement: Although Shania's pretend wedding to Wilbur on...
Nathan Kress, Noah Munck, Jeanette McCurdy, Miranda Cosgrove, Jimmy Fallon
The iCarly characters get the surprise of their lives when Jimmy Fallon calls out their web show on the upcoming hour-long special, "iShock America."
On Saturday's episode, Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) & Co. are so excited about Fallon's mention of their series that they dedicate a web show to him by spoofing his most popular skits. Impressed, Fallon then invites Carly, Sam (Jennette McCurdy), Freddy (Nathan Kress) and Gibby (Noah Munck) to appear as his guests on Late Night.
In the exclusive clip below, Carly's brother Spencer (Jerry Trainor) screams in excitement when he sees his favorite TV host mention Carly.
Fabio Viviani, Jennifer Carroll, Richard Blais, Spike Mendelsohn
Top Chef will launch yet another spin-off on Wednesday, but this one will not feature any masters or just desserts. In fact, it's not a competition series at all. Life After Top Chef (10/9c, Bravo) will instead do exactly as the title says: offer a behind-the-scenes look at former cheftestants as they run or open restaurants, expand their brands and live their lives.
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The cast includes two-time cheftestants Spike Mendelsohn, Fabio Viviani, Richard Blais and Jennifer Carroll, each of whom are in varying stages of their careers since viewers last saw them on All-Stars nearly two years ago. So what have they been up to? And what can you expect this season? Keep reading to find out.