Johnny Carson, can you hear me? Barbra Streisand is returning to late night after 50 years.
When Jimmy Fallon trots out his Neil Young impression, the whole world listens. The impression is well over a decade old now, but to hear him warble the first line from Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” (that would be “first things first I’m the realest”) with a straight face and the brim of his hat casting his eyes in shadow, well it breathes new life into both the song and Fallon’s bit.
The NBC newsman likes big butts and he cannot lie. He’s a respected journalist after all.
The guys did two tracks off their fourth album, kicking things off with “Spoonman,” the song that brought them into the mainstream, despite the fact that it features a guy actually playing spoons.
Turns out, Will Ferrell isn’t that bad at drumming, but he’s much better at smack talking.
This battle will hopefully finally answer the ultimate question, “Who is the Real Chad Smith?”
With a little help from Jack White, Neil Young made history last night (May 12) on The Tonight Show by recording a song straight to vinyl.
In front of dangling paper stars, Martin sang the rather somber song, which samples his daughter Apple’s voice.
Jimmy Fallon has shown us that Hollywood has a knack for miming lyrics to famous songs in his Tonight Show segment “Lip Sync Battle” and last night (April 28), while promoting her new Spider-Man film, Stone (aka Gwen Stacy) gave a performance worthy of an honorary Oscar.
NBC Nightly News managing editor and anchor Brian Williams raps Snoop Dogg’s classic “Gin and Juice,” with the help of Jimmy Fallon’s fleet of video editors. Looks like they grabbed a bunch of news reports […]