Guaranteed to make you so excited for the premiere that you just can’t hide it.
Need a dose of pure joy and laughter? Fallon’s got you covered.
Five months after the release of Ray J’s song about Kim Kardashian, Ye finally took the bait.
At least we think it’s Kristen Wiig, it’s hard to tell. Either way, someone showed up for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
This excellent video — set to air on tonight’s Late Night With Jimmy Fallon — is the result of Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign. And it is awesome.
This game is completely G-rated, I swear.
Allison Williams, of “Girls” and the daughter of Brian Williams has gotten flack for nepotism being the reason she got her big break, but maybe it was just talent? Love it or hate it — girl can sing.
In Washington, Romney’s top advisers gird for the late-night wars.
Peyton Manning and a potential trade from the Broncos, set to the tune of “Ziggy Stardust.”
Paul Rudd and Jimmy Fallon have starred in a lot of blockbuster films recently. Here they reminisce about their good times on the silver screen.
Jimmy and Justin pull a Deathly Hallows and give us a “part two” to their masterpiece, “The History of Rap.” It’s just as awesome, and shows once again that The Roots are about as good as a band gets.
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