U2 may not have been able to perform on The Tonight Show Monday, but that didn't prevent the audience from getting treated to one of the band's songs.
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12. Worst He Said, He Said: On The Bachelorette, the group's resident instigator J.J. tells Marquel that when he received the rose on the very first night, Andrew whispered to him that Andi kept the two "blackies," referring to Marquel and Ron. Marquel confronts Andrew about the comment, which he of course denies. (J.J. maintains he wasn't lying.) Regardless, both Andrew and Marquel are eliminated. While we don't feel too bad for...
Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson
This week, True Detective fans speculated about how the HBO show would wrap up its first season and how the repeated references to the "Yellow King" would fit in — and a new videomakes a pretty convincing argument. After John Travolta butchered her name at the Oscars,Idina Menzel went on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform her Academy Award-winning song "Let It Go." Lena Dunham and Kate McKinnon teamed up for a series of promos about Dunham's upcoming gig hosting Saturday Night Live, while SNL cast memberSasheer Zamata was featured in the first episode of new web series Black Mad Men. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Miley Cyrus, The Roots, Jimmy Fallon
This week, Miley Cyrus did something great for once! The singer teamed up with The Roots and Jimmy Fallon for a truly awesome a cappella version of her song "We Can't Stop." Elsewhere, Hayden Panettiere showed off her knowledge of country music on Good Morning America, Danielle Brooks and Uzo Adubo from Orange Is the New Black acted out a scene from Scandal, and NCIS star Michael Weatherlyreleased a music video. Vanessa Bayer also debuted her web series Sound Advice. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Great White Shark
This week, Kristen Wiig played Patty Hearst on Comedy Central's Drunk History, Mumford & Sons enlisted the help of some comedians to spoof themselves in a new music video, and a group of middle school students put on a Breaking Bad musical. NBC released a slew of audition tapes for The Office, featuring the likes of...
John Stamos' Full House character Jesse Katsopolis will reunite with his band Jesse and the Rippers on Friday, People reports. The group will perform on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and we can only assume one of the songs they'll play will be the theme to the iconic sitcom.
Jimmy Fallon, Brian Williams
This week, Brian Williams returned to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to once again slow-jam the news, this time touching on hot topics like the fiscal cliff. The folks at CollegeHumor wondered what Homeland would look like as an old-school video game. And, as 30 Rock prepared for its final episode, Tina Fey took us on a tour of Liz Lemon's apartment. Check out those clips and more in our Top Videos of the Week:
This week, Jimmy Kimmel made an impressive debut in his new 11:35 p.m. timeslot (despite the fact that Jennifer Aniston destroyed his set), James Franco lips-ynced to Justin Bieber and filmed it, celebrities read mean tweets about themselves, and Al Roker admitted to pooping his pants. In non-celebrity news, a soldier dressed up like Spider-man to surprise his son, an amateur duo performed a rap medley in their underwear, and a bunch of fast food workers were scared out of their wits by what appeared to be an in invisible driver. Check out these clips and more in this week's Top Videos.
Tracy Morgan and Jimmy Fallon
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15. Dirtiest Make-Good: On 90210's 100th episode, the gang returns to West Beverly High, where one-time mean girl Naomi is reminded of just how nasty she was. Determined to prove she has changed, Naomi goes on stage and sheds her clothes and lets everyone throw hors d'oeuvres at her so she could feel the embarrassment many of her classmates often felt. Somehow, humiliation isn't quite the same when you plan it yourself.
14. Janie's Got a Gun Award: Bryan and Jane knock back a...
Our favorite online videos this week range from the cute to the downright weird. In keeping with the holiday spirit, we've got First Dog Bo Obama inspecting the White House Christmas decorations, rapper DMX singing "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," and Jimmy Fallon, Mariah Carey and The Roots teaming up for a spirited rendition of "All I Want For Christmas Is You." But it's not all about the tinsel. We're also re-obsessed with Sesame Street's take on Boardwalk Empire, a patient pug teaching his feline sibling a lesson, and a mashup of the 50 best pop songs of 2012. Check out those videos and more below: