NBC has unveiled the first week of guests for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
As previously announced, Will Smith and musical guest U2 will be on Fallon's inaugural show.
Jimmy Fallon's first Tonight Show guests will be Will Smith and U2, he announced Sunday at NBC's Television Critics Association winter previews.
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U2 bassist Adam Clayton wed Brazilian model Mariana Teixeira on Wednesday, BBC News reports.
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U2 lead singer Bono underwent emergency back surgery in Germany on Friday, according to the band's website.
Bono (real name: Paul Hewson) sustained an injury while preparing for the next leg of U2's 360-Degree tour. The 50-year-old Grammy winner is expected to remain...
Alan Cumming has traded in the Green Goblin for The Good Wife.
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Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra better watch their backs.
Irish rockers U2 have booked a full week on The Late Show with David Letterman to promote their upcoming album, according to The Associated Press.
In an unprecedented move for The Late Show, U2, which hasn't appeared on Letterman's show since October 2001, will perform as the musical guest each night from ...
The daytime talk divas are really going all out this week, eh? On yesterday's Ellen, which was filmed in Chicago, former Idol contestants Michael Johns and Carly Smithson gave an exclusive performance, singing a duet version of the U2 classic "One." This was much more fun than the 'repeat performances' we get during their press tour, and it's safe to say Michael Johns, in particular, would have made Bono proud with this one. Gina DiNunno
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Weve decided that when Bono puts his mind to something, good things happen. The result this time? U23D. The Irish rock stars have taken their God-like status to the next level by bringing their music not just to film, but to three dimensional film (complete with the glasses). So what are they calling this at their Sundance premiere? The first live-action 3D concert documentary. Quite frankly, giving everybody a front row seat is their best idea yet considering tickets tend to sell out in 3.2 minutes (not that were bitter we got shut out of their last tour or anything). Watch it now! | More online videosYour take: Any U2 fans/haters care to weigh in on this film release? Good, bad, indifferent?