Late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon is more than just excited about taking over “The Tonight Show." His big debut as host is tonight!calling into the radio show “On Air with Ryan Seacrest.” Jimmy added, "It's so exciting. It's crazy... this is the dream job."
If you loved “Full House” as a kid, then don't miss this must-see Tanner family reunion. Castmates Bob Saget, John Stamos and Dave Coulier stopped by “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” for what might be the best ‘90s flashback ever.
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake reunited for the latest episode of “Saturday Night Live,” and the duo didn’t disappoint.Fallon was in the holiday spirit, sharing the spotlight with Timberlake (who was supposed to be the musical guest), Paul McCartney and Madonna!
Actor Harrison Ford joined host Jimmy Fallon on "Late Night" Friday, where the "Ender's Game" star pierced Jimmy's ear, right after taking a shot of tequila.Fallon told the audience, "Because he's one of the coolest people in history and I want to be like him, I've asked Harrison Ford to pierce my ear… I've never had my ear pierced. I'm very scared for this."
Watch to see the fancy earring Ford picked out!
In 1997, Ford had his ears pierced at a Claire's Accessories store in NYC to match buddies Jimmy Buffett and the late "60 Minutes" correspondent Ed Bradley.
Fallon revealed on the “Today” show on Tuesday that he and his wife faced five years of fertility treatments before opting to use a surrogate. “We've tried a bunch of things. Anyone who's tried will know, it's just awful.”
The “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” host also said he and Nancy, 46, kept the pregnancy news secret from the majority of their friends and family. “We tried before, we told people and then it didn't happen. And it's just really depressing. It's really hard on everybody.”
After that appearance, the “President” called Jimmy Fallon… take a look!
Late-night talk show hosts Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon were with “Extra’s” AJ Calloway on the red carpet, as they celebrated being part of Time Magazine’s "100 Most Influential People in the World” gala.
The unsurprising confirmation that Jimmy Fallon will take over the “Tonight Show” from current host Jay Leno next February gave all the late-night hosts something to talk about on their Wednesday shows.
Fallon played it cool, but definitely felt like crowing a little. Leno poked fun at David Letterman and NBC. Letterman, in turn, poked fun at Leno and NBC. Jimmy Kimmel mocked himself, while Conan O'Brien offered congratulations… sort of.
Here are the hosts' reactions: