Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon concluded a successful week-long project to raise $26,000 with a song-and-dance extravaganza on Friday. What did they sing? Rebecca Black's "Friday," of course.
The collaboration began when Colbert auctioned off a painting of himself, which raised $26,000 for DonorsChoose.org, and claimed that Fallon would be matching the donation. The only problem was that the late night host never promised anything of the kind. But the two agreed if Fallon could raise the money in a week, Colbert would sing "Friday" with The Roots live on Late Night.
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The new version of "Friday" has it all -- a heartfelt beginning, a rap interlude, Auto-Tune and even a few surprise guests.
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11. Worst Reminder: When Tamra and Vicki head South of the Border to Cabo San Lucas on The Real Housewives of Orange County, Tamra decides to "do as the Cabo-nians do" and do a body shot at the poolside bar. She urges her friend to do the same, but Vicki is far too mortified and reminds Tamra that she's the mother of four. Well, we guess someone has to teach them eventually, right?
10. Skating on Thin Ice Award: There's a time and a place to speak your mind, Bethenny, and your first practice session ...
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Spoiler Alert: The following reveals the winner of Top Chef: All-Stars.
After a grueling season on Top Chef: All-Stars that included fishing, feeding Jimmy Fallon, a kitchen fire and snorkeling, Richard Blais and Mike Isabella face off one last time for the title that has already eluded them once.
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12. Shot Through the Gut Award: On House, the newly single doc has some fun with hookers and his hotel room service guy, Carnell, when he attempts to shoot an apple off one of his latest conquest's head, William Tell-style, with a bow and arrow. Despite Carnell's pleas to stop, House fires the arrow — into the girl's stomach, unleashing a pool of red liquid. No worries — the blood was fake, and the bow and arrow was rigged. Carnell, you just got punk'd!
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Tiger Woods and Jimmy Fallon
Tiger Woods returned to late-night television for the first time in more than a year, and Late Night host Jimmy Fallon was happy to welcome him back — and to thank him for providing great material.
"Thank you for having the courage to come on a late-night comedy program," Fallon said to the golfer. "I gotta commend you for that...but from a comedian's standpoint ... thank you."
Two years and 406 episodes later, Jimmy Fallon has just one complaint about the success of Late Night: His parents now crave Red Bull.
"I wish my parents would DVR my show or Tivo it. They're staying up too late," Fallon told TVGuide.com. Apparently, mom and dad watch the show live every night at 12:37 a.m. "They're becoming night owls. They're opening up a night club now. They're addicted to Red Bull. I'm afraid for their health."
But aside from his parents' sleep deprivation, Fallon had little to complain about at Friday's PaleyFest panel celebrating his two-year anniversary. "It's gone by so fast," he said. "Sometimes it feels like two weeks and sometimes it feels like 100 years."
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13. Worst 'Do: On Bethenny Ever After, Bethenny and Jason travel to his tiny Pennsylvania hometown, where she meets Brian, one of Jason's close friends. Brian, a die-hard Bon Jovi fan who is wearing an "I Heart Hot Moms" shirt, explains that he gets his hair bleached in Philadelphia to to look like his idol, Jon Bon Jovi. Bethenny speaks for all of us when she asks: "Brian drives 120 miles to get his hair done, and this is what [he comes] back with?"
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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...