Kevin Spacey showed up on The Tonight Show and did some pretty spot on and hilarious impressions of Christopher Walken, Michael Caine, and Johnny Carson Kevin Spacey is kind of a big deal right now with his role as Frank Underwood in Netflix’s gripping political thriller House of Cards (not to be confused with the BBC’s original production of House of Cards which is actually incredibly dull and hard to get through seeing as I haven’t studied any part of the last 300 years of…
Anyone else catch her on Jimmy Fallon tonight? No? That’s cool, we’ve got the best part for you right here.
Jennifer Lawrence plays “Box of Lies” with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show (5/15). Fallon and Lawrence each have to describe the random objects inside mystery boxes — then the other person has to guess whether they’re lying or not. What happens next? Well. It’s just magical.
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2014 marks the 10 year anniversary of the beloved “Mean Girls” and everyone has been wondering: are we in for a reunion? The rumor was even shamelessly promoted by Lindsay Lohan in a recent interview with Jimmy Fallon. “It was interesting, when I was backstage I saw Tina [Fey] and she mentioned maybe doing some kind of [“Mean Girls”] Reunion…she said she was talking to Lorne [Michaels] about it, so she’s talking to the Big Boss..” Lohan even posted an instagram shot of herself with Rajiv…
To little surprise, Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show — only two nights in — is doing remarkably well. The first night featured Will Smith breaking down the history of Hip Hop with Fallon. Last night? Fallon had the opportunity to interview teen heartthrob Harry Styles of the british boy band sensation, “One Direction.” …wait, that’s not Harry Styles. Sorry everyone, it looks like Kristen Wiig had to fill in at the last minute. But it’s probably worth watching anyways, right?
Jimmy Fallon is finally making the long-awaited move up to the Tonight Show and he might have gotten one of the best send-off’s ever. With a little help from his friends, of course. (source)