Continuing his weeklong appearance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” Justin Timberlake performed a hilarious skit with the host and Steve Carell on Wednesday night (March 13).
On the latest episode of the late show’s soap opera “Jacob’s Patience,” the trio comes into contact with some mischievous mannequin hands.
Jay Leno already retired from “The Tonight Show” once, only to return a short time later, but it seems he may be ready to hang it up when his contract is up in 2014.
And if all goes according to plan, it stands to reason that Jimmy Fallon would be a suitable successor, as he’s knocked it out of the park as the host of “Late Night” at 12:35.
As the "Tonight Show"'s Jay Leno ages, NBC is reportedly planning the move to a new host in the near future.
According to The Hollywood Reporter sources, NBC may make the 2013-2014 TV season the last for the 62-year-old comedian.
Slipping on her dancing shoes, First Lady Michelle Obama joined Jimmy Fallon to show some unique support for her "Let's Move" campaign.
During a visit to "Late Night" on Friday (February 22), the comedic host and FLOTUS hit the studio floor to demonstrate some of the most iconic dance moves.
His comedy roots go deep, and Jerry Seinfeld paid tribute to legends Abbott and Costello with a special performance of “Who’s On First” last night (December 20) on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”
Joined by Billy Crystal, announcer Steve Higgins, and head writer A.D. Miles, Jerry and Jimmy pulled off a hilarious rendition of the classic bit.
On the heels of her new film's release, Naomi Watts visited “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” on Wednesday (December 12).
Dressed in a chic maroon one-piece with a peek-a-boo key hole, the 44-year-old beauty chatted with the host about "The Impossible" and played a round of beer pong.
New York City’s Madison Square Garden was swarming with stars on Wednesday night (December 12) for the 12-12-12 Sandy Relief Concert.
Kristen Stewart was on hand to introduce the legendary Bon Jovi, who gave a rockin' performance for a great cause.
Kicking off the holiday season, Macy’s held their annual Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City this morning (November 22) and there was no shortage of celebrity star power.
Representing the pop music world, Carly Rae Jepsen and The Wanted both showed up to give live performances much to the delight of the massive crowd.
Throughout his career Jimmy Fallon has been amazing at doing celebrity impressions, and his latest target is none other than Robert Pattinson.
The “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” host came up with a spoof clip called “Robert is Bothered,” in which the “Twilight” hunk airs his grievances against the traditional American holiday Thanksgiving.
Kicking off the weekend a little early, Tina Fey and Olivia Wilde showed up at the 2012 Museum of Natural History Gala in New York City last night (November 15).
The “30 Rock” starlet and the former “House” hottie both looked stunning as they worked their magic on the red carpet for the shutterbugs.