President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama will make his first appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday, NBC has announced.
Obama will join Fallon on a special broadcast to be taped at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dave Matthews is scheduled to perform.
Jimmy Fallon, Madonna
Jimmy Fallon is set to interview Madonna — but she won't be a guest on his Late Night couch.
Tina Fey and Lindsay Lohan
Tina Fey and Lindsay Lohan go way back... but the 30 Rock creator wasn't able to be there as planned when her young friend hosted Saturday Night Live.
Lindsay Lohan's return to the Saturday Night Live stage proved to be a ratings success.
The broadcast scored a 5.5 overnight rating and dominated the late-night time period. The episode, which also featured guest appearances by Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm, was also the second highest rated SNL of the season, falling behind the delayed telecast on January 7, which followed the Lions-Saints NFL wild card playoff game.
Lindsay Lohan, Saturday Night Live
Lindsay Lohan tapped into her Disney roots to host Saturday Night Live for the third time. In The Real Housewives of Disney, Lohan played Rapunzel, who's ready to come down from the tower and into the spotlight. Like all the other Real Housewives, there was a fair share of money troubles (Jasmine and her hubby used up all their wishes), marital problems ("never marry a man who likes shoes," Cinderella warns, as we meet her effete Prince Charming) and a horrible Auto-Tuned dance track, courtesy of Belle...
Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon — or should we say Neil Young? — wasn't afraid to show the passion in his pants on Friday's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
The talk show host impersonated the classic rocker once again in a duet with guest Bruce Springsteen. This time, the pair sang...
Jimmy Fallon and Brian Williams
Leave it to Jimmy Fallon and Brian Williams to make President Obama's stance on super PACs and corporate favors as sexy as possible.
Jimmy Fallon and Michelle Obama
Jimmy Fallon headed to the White House, where he met up with first lady Michelle Obama.
Madonna's halftime performance may have left some viewers cold, but Jimmy Fallon kicked off his late-night show with a rocking number set to Adele's "Rolling in the Deep."
Accompanied by Butler University cheerleaders and students, the mayor of Indianapolis , and Colts cheerleaders, Fallon urged viewers not to go to sleep and that the party had only just begun. "Time to start the show, Late Night in Indy ... Let's go, Let's go," he sang. The performance ended with the Roots rapping live on stage where the show was just getting started.
Tim Tebow and Jimmy Fallon
Cheers to Jimmy Fallon for kicking off a Super series of shows in Indianapolis.
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