Mariah Carey, Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon has done it again.
On Tuesday's Late Night, Fallon was joined by his house band The Roots, Mariah Carey and an adorable group of kids to perform Carey's hit song "All I Want For Christmas Is You." Fallon and The Roots, who've already proven their love of using classroom instruments, were also decked out in their finest Christmas sweaters. Watch below:
Rashida Jones and Jimmy Fallon
'Tis the season to get into the holiday spirit — and this week, Jimmy Fallon and Rashida Jones helped viewers do just that, with a holiday medley set to the most popular songs of the year. Meanwhile, some pranksters decided to play a practical joke on Black Friday shoppers by dressing up as Target employees and giving the customers some (misguided) information about the store's deals.
Check out those clips in our Top Videos of the Week, as well as a terrifying Brazilian hidden camera stunt, an Inception-inspired parody of 7th Heaven's marijuana episode, the best of Liz & Dick, and more.
Liz and Dick
Lindsay Lohan's highly anticipated turn as Elizabeth Taylor in Lifetime's Liz & Dick failed to make much of a splash with viewers in its premiere Sunday night.
The TV movie, also starring Grant Bowler as Richard Burton, averaged...
Live with Kelly and Michael
Our top moments of the week:
17. Craziest Crowd: This little British boy band called One Direction — perhaps you've heard of them? — appear on the Today show Tuesday in front of a record-breaking crowd to perform their hit "Live While We're Young" to throngs upon throngs of teenagers (and their very loving parents). Ironically, nobody can hear the performance they camped outside for four whole days to see over the cacophony of screams coming from the audience.
16. Lamest Twist: Top Chef brings back alums Stefan, C.J. and Josie to judge a Quickfire, but their work doesn't end there. After they name a...
Lindsay Lohan is back! On Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, at least. LiLo popped up on the talk show Wednesday night in a platinum wig, cat eye glasses and an all-white outfit to help Fallon with "Let Us Play With Your Look."
Nevermind the hurricane, the show must go on — and it did Monday night at the Ed Sullivan Theater, where David Letterman hosted CBS' Late Show to an audience of zero. "It was very strange for all of us to be standing there and watching the show, with all of it looking the same, except for...
All eyes were on Superstorm Sandy Monday night, as many affiliates in New York City pre-empted their normally scheduled prime-time programming to cover the storm. Although the worst of the storm seems to have passed, surveying the aftermath has just begun. As such, several networks will again preempt their programming to continue to cover Sandy. Here's the latest info on what is -- and isn't -- airing tonight...
Jimmy Fallon and David Letterman totally bombed Monday night! Though in their defense, they had no studio audiences thanks to Hurricane Sandy. That means that no matter how funny each host was, every joke was met with only crickets.
Jon Stewart, Blake Lively
Several New York-based late-night shows canceled their Monday tapings as the East Coast braced for Hurricane Sandy.
The Daily Show and Colbert Report, both of which film in front of a live audience, axed their Monday programs, according to Deadline, as did Jimmy Kimmel Live, which was to...
Is Tom Hanks on a comedy tour?
Fresh off his guest cameos on Saturday Night Live this weekend, Hanks appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, performing a little slam poetry about bygone sitcom Full House.