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There was drumming, there was cowbell and it was glorious.
Will Ferrell and his celebrity doppelganger, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, took part in a drum-off on "The Tonight Show," to benefit the charities Cancer for College and Little Kids Rock, in an episode that aired on Thursday, May 22. (Watch videos, below.)
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Jennifer Lawrence, don't ever change.
The 23-year-old "Hunger Games" and "X-Men" actress showcased her trademark JLaw sense of humor and a slew of hilarious expressions on Thursday's episode of NBC's "The Tonight Show," which saw her and host Jimmy Fallon play off of each other masterfully and face off in a battle of wits that paid tribute to '80s pop culture.
Kristen Wiig recently showcased one of her best impressions yet, appearing as British flowy-haired One Direction singer Harry Styles on the new "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
On Wednesday night's show, the second episode featuring Fallon as host of the long-running talk show following Jay Leno's departure, Wiig, a 40-year-old "Saturday Night Live" alum, sported a blazer over a white V-neck shirt and several crosses hanging from her neck as she casually spoke to Fallon. The 39-year-old who is also a past cast member of the sketch comedy series.
Jimmy Fallon made his debut as host of the "The Tonight Show" on NBC, with a slew of celebrity guests and a hysterical homage to the evolution of hip-hop.
Fallon took over the series on Feb. 17, following the exit of long-time host Jay Leno. The inaugural show, in its new home in New York City, featured a hilarious dance segment titled the "Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing," featuring guest Will Smith. The video can be viewed below.
Jay Leno is leaving "The Tonight Show" in spring 2014 after hosting the late-night talk series for 22 years and will then be replaced by Jimmy Fallon, NBC announced on Wednesday, April 3.
The news comes following weeks of reports that Fallon, an "SNL" alum and current host of "Late Night," which airs an hour later, would take over hosting duties and after Leno had made numerous jokes about the network in his monologues. He and Fallon addressed the rumors in a video spoofing the "West Side Story" song "Tonight."
Sandra Bullock got emotional on "The Tonight Show" on Wednesday, Feb. 5, while talking to host Jay Leno during his second-to-last taping before he leaves the series for the second time and later hands it over to Jimmy Fallon.
The 49-year-old Oscar-winning actress, who is nominated for another Oscar for her role in "Gravity," has appeared on the series 19 times, starting in 1994, when she was promoting the movie "Speed."
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is taking another hit on the "Bridge-gate" scandal, however, this time it's from one of his biggest idols: New Jersey native Bruce Springsteen.
The legendary singer appeared on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" on Tuesday, Jan. 14, to perform a parody song set to "Born to Run" with Fallon, who was dressed up just like Springsteen.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are two of the most successful stars in Hollywood -- but a new survey shows that the two are not as successful as neighbors.
According to a survey conducted by Zillow, a real estate website, the rapper and his reality TV star girlfriend ranked highest among their "Worst Neighbors for 2013" list, with 25 percent of the vote. The couple welcomed their first child, North West, earlier this year and also became engaged at a San Francisco, California baseball stadium.
Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert placed a good natured bet earlier this week on "The Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" when the host challenged his viewers to raise $25,000 for DonorChoose.org in exchange for Colbert to sing the viral hit "Friday" by Rebecca Black.
Viewers ended up exceeding Fallon's expectations by raising over $64,000 to the charity, which helps classrooms in need.
Jimmy Fallon, "Parks and Recreation" star Rashida Jones and Carrie Underwood teamed up on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" to perform an epic holiday song medley which parodied some of the biggest hits of the year.
The performance, which can be seen below, aired on Thursday, Nov. 28, and Fallon, Jones and Underwood put a holiday spin on songs like "Get Lucky," "Royals," "Roar" and "Blurred Lines."
NBC talk show host Jimmy Fallon has revealed that his and wife Nancy Juvonen's baby daughter Winnie Rose was born via a surrogate mother.
The couple welcomed their daughter, who is their first child, on July 23. Fallon talked about her during interviews with presenters of NBC's "Today" show, which aired segments on Friday, Aug. 9.