For once, you don't need to stay up past midnight to see Jimmy Fallon when the Late Night host serves as the guest of honor on tonight's Top Chef All-Stars. To celebrate his 36th birthday, the reality-show fanatic invited his friends and family to a three-hour feast prepared by the eight remaining cheftestants at Manhattan's Colicchio & Sons. "I'm so lucky," says Fallon. "It was really like something where you go, 'Oh, this is crazy — I can't believe this is happening.'" Adds Fallon's mom, Gloria, "His birthday parties as a kid weren't this elaborate. We'd go to McDonald's and play games in the backyard."
Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake
NFL is looking to inject a little more relevancy into the big game's timeout. Enter the Black Eyed Peas. With their latest single "The Time (Dirty Bit)," the hard-hitting "Boom Boom Pow" and the ubiquitous "I Gotta Feeling," the popular hip-hop group has a catalog of gridiron-appropriate hits as deep as the competing teams' rosters. Plus, they've got an over-the-top stage show, which should make for a particularly memorable game break. With that in mind, we polled some football-savvy celebs for their favorite Super Sunday memories...
Jimmy Fallon's popular thank-you notes will be published in two new books, NBC Universal and Grand Central Publishing announced Monday.
The two books, both titled Thank You Notes, will pull from Fallon's Late Night segment of the same name, which airs every Friday. The books will feature more than 150 of Fallon's notes, giving gratitude to everybody and everything from his dad to sweater vests. The books will also include a special...
It's good to be dead. Or a vampire. Or a community college student, for that matter. At least that's the case according to the Paley Center for Media, which will pay tribute to The Walking Dead, True Blood, Community and nine other current and past TV shows at its PaleyFest 2011: William S. Paley Television Festival this March at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills.
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La Toya Jackson, Gary Busey, Lil Jon and Meat Loaf are among the stars on the new season of Celebrity Apprentice.
Donald Trump unveiled the full lineup on Thursday's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, as the comedian showed off photos of each cast member.
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Our top moments of the week:
12. Cutest Acceptance Speech: When Neil Patrick Harris picks up his best comedy actor trophy at the People's Choice Awards, he is forced to switch languages from English to baby talk ("ug-ha, baga-badga," to be exact), in order to thank his new twins. (Note to other celebrity parents: Only Harris has the skills to make baby talk seem charming.)
11. Most Progress: Orson tries his best to win back Bree on Desperate Housewives by denigrating her surprising relationship with Keith. Just when fans think her ex-husband has won...
Hayes MacArthur and Ali Larter
Ali Larter has given birth to a baby boy, her rep tells TVGuide.com.
The former Heroes star and her husband, Hayes MacArthur, welcomed ...
Michael C. Hall and Charlie Hunnam
Here are our top TV moments of the week:
12. Saddest Laugh: He's held his own against the likes of the Salahis, George W. Bush and even Kanye West, but apparently Today host Matt Lauer is no match for... small packages? During a segment examining the shrinking sizes of food packaging, Lauer shows the show's financial editor he's just a kid inside — a 5-year-old — when he starts uncontrollably giggling over "small packages." We haven't seen anyone break ...
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The guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the last week of November sweeps:
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Alaska's first daughter Bristol Palin, Dirty Dancing star Jennifer Grey and Disney's Kyle Massey are the final three in the season's ultimate dance-off. But not Brandy. Please register your conspiracy theory in the comments section below.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Jimmy Fallon
To celebrate the premiere of TLC Sarah Palin's Alaska, Jimmy Fallon wrote a song about the former Alaskan Governor.
Jake Gyllenhaal joined the Late Night host to perform the ridiculously outrageous musical number, "Gonna Eat That Talkin' Sandwich: The Sarah Palin Song." (Why a talkin' sandwich? Because, for whatever reason, TLC reminds Fallon of a BLT sandwich.)
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