Late-night host Jimmy Fallon and "The Boss," Bruce Springsteen, had some fun Tuesday night with 9-year-old Willow Smith's hit song, "Whip My Hair."
Check out the hilarious video, with Fallon also impersonating Neil Young.
Host Jimmy Fallon kicked the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards off with a rousing number, singing Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run," with a supporting cast of TV stars -- including the cast of "Glee" and Tina Fey, with cameos by Betty White, Jon Hamm and more. Watch the opening skit! What did you think?
"Modern Family" and "Mad Men" were the big winners at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night, picking up awards for Best Drama and Best Comedy series, respectively.
The stylized 1960's drama won its third Emmy in a row, while the newbie docu-comedy won its first award.
See photos of the Emmy red carpet arrivals!
"Family's" Eric Stonestreet grabbed the night's first Emmy, winning for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, with Jane Lynch following up as Best Supporting Actress for her turn as the mean Sue Sylvester in "Glee." Watch her backstage at the Emmys!
Emmy host Jimmy Fallon gathered a few of TV's finest -- from the cast of "Glee" to "30 Rock's" Tina Fey to "Mad Men's" Jon Hamm -- to kick off the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Watch the hilarity!
Jimmy Fallon is hosting the Emmys this Sunday, and he gave "Extra" the inside scoop on all the shenanigans he's planned for the show.
The big buzz is over the opening numbers, which includes many of TV's A-listers, including Betty White, who told "Extra," "Jimmy Fallon is doing something at the beginning so we're all doing it together. I have no idea what it is yet."
Listen up, New York Twihards! Robert Pattinson is heading to the Apple to promote his new romantic drama,"Remember Me," says Gossip Cop.
On Monday, Pattinson will stop by "The Today Show," then pop in on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" to help Fallon celebrate one year as the show's host.
NBC has confirmed that Jay Leno will no longer be a part of their primetime line-up.
NBC Universal Television Entertainment Chairman Jeff Gaspin told the AP on Sunday that "The Jay Leno Show" will wrap with the beginning of the Winter Olympics on Feb. 12.
Gaspin says NBC wants Leno to return to his original time slot and do a nightly 30 minute show beginning at 11:35 PM.
"The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" and "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" will then shift back a half hour. Gaspin says it's not a done deal, but he hopes to have everything cleared up before the start of the Olympics.
Gaspin said Leno's show performed well enough in the ratings but it did not meet the needs of NBC's affiliates.