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Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello are still in the honeymoon phase...and yes, there is a wedding date! The 42-year-old Colombian Modern Family actress, who stars in the new movie Hot Pursuit, gushed about the 38-year-old Magic Mike actor in recent interviews with Ryan Seacrest and Jimmy Fallon. She revealed that the two, who have been together for less than a year, have set a date for their wedding but did not reveal what it is. One thing she did reveal was that it will be big. "Yeah we have a date," she told Seacrest on his Kiis-FM radio show On Air With Ryan Seacrest on Wednesday. "[The wedding is] large because I... had to invite like all my family and Joe has a lot of friends »
Sofia Vergara, the amply endowed hotting on “Modern Family,” played a hot game of Catchphrase with Jimmy Fallon on the “Tonight Show” last night and ended up disclosing a few “personal” details about her boudoir. Sofia and Jimmy paired off against James Marsden and Steve Higgins for the game. Sofia was on the show to promote her new movie "Hot Pursuit" with Reese Witherspoon. ...Read More »
While nothing will likely compare to his and Jack Black’s recreation of the “More Than Words” music video anytime soon, Jimmy Fallon still delivered another very fun episode of The Tonight Show last night, as both Sofia Vergara and James Marsden were guests, promoting their new films Hot Pursuit and The D Train (both of which hit theaters this weekend). And while Vergara and Marsden are both charming when being interviewed, we got to see the Modern Family star’s competitive side as she and Fallon went up against Marsden and Steve Higgins in a game of Catchphrase. However, despite how much she wanted to win, Vergara definitely wasn’t the best at giving clues. In the video below, the game begins with Marsden giving clues to Higgins, who quickly gets the correct answer, and soon after, Vergara gets the chance to provide clues for Fallon for the phrase “birthday suit. »
- Chris King
If James Marsden's hot looks have ever captivated your heart, just turn away from his first selfie while you still have time. The actor took the picture with Jimmy Fallon during Tuesday's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Before they snuggled up close and snapped away, Jimmy gave James some Instagram and selfie tips that can make every picture look like a fantasy. After you're done watching the video and scoping out the selfie, find more stars to follow on Instagram. Two hams with bacon and eggs! Thanks @jimmyfallon and @fallontonight for teaching me breakfast is the most important meal of Instagram #breakfastatsunset A photo posted by @james_marsden on May 5, 2015 at 6:52pm Pdt »
Old feuds die hard. Joan Rivers had a lot of friends in Hollywood, but she also had a lot of foes — including, notably, former Tonight Show host Jay Leno, who inherited Johnny Carson's beef with the comedienne and carried out his predecessor's late-night ban of her until Jimmy Fallon took over in 2014. The Fashion Police star died last September at age 81, but according to her daughter, Melissa Rivers, Leno's grudge is very much alive. Melissa, 47, opened up about the long-standing feud in an [...] »
Source: Instagram user dreyarchives There are so many street musicians in New York City that locals might not even notice if Bono himself was singing that version of "Angel of Harlem." Well, if you passed through the Grand Central stop on Monday, I hope you noticed that it really was U2 playing - along with Jimmy Fallon. The band will be Fallon's only guests on Friday's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, meaning we'll get to see plenty of footage from this stunt, and possibly more stunts to come, during the show. For now, check out the clip below! A video posted by U2 italian fans (@u2italianfans) on May 5, 2015 at 12:28am Pdt »
How lucky to be a New Yorkers for a day: U2 and Jimmy Fallon treated commuters riding the subway to an impromptu version of “Angel of Harlem” as people Instagrammed the performance. U2’s latest performance featured an ‘on the mend’ Bono, who last November hurt himself badly in a bike accident. Following the accident, U2 had canceled their Tonight Show appearances as Bono recovered. The band returns to Fallon’s Tonight Show on Friday, May 8. They are filming sketches for this show in NYC, and reportedly around 10 p.m. Monday night, U2 popped up at NYC’s Grand Central subway station […] »
- April Neale
Well now, Sofía Vergara! The Modern Family star and fiancée of Joe Manganiello appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday and showed off her playful nature and even revealed a little Tmi while playing Catchphrase, one of the show's recurring games, with host Jimmy Fallon, fellow celebrity guest James Marsden and show announcer Steve Higgins. In the game, a contestant describes an object and the others have to guess what it is. It is spelled out on screen for the audience. "Eh, what I sleep in," Vergara said, without batting an eye, after being asked to describe, "Birthday Suit." "My outfit for sleeping." "Your outfit »
Arnold Schwarzenegger's filmography is a strange beast – full of iconic science-fiction flicks (The Terminator), lightweight comedies (Kindergarten Cop) and superhero disasters (Batman & Robin). Watching a career montage is a surreal experience, and the actor made that happen during Tuesday's episode of The Late Late Show, joining host James Corden to re-enact some of his most famous – and infamous – scenes and lines.
Schwarzenegger opens the above clip by channeling his breakout role, the title adventurer in 1982's Conan the Barbarian, but the timeline turns nonlinear – moving from the always quotable »
"You always make me do these weird American games I don't know how to play," the Colombian-American actress told Jimmy before the game started.
At the start of the game, Sofia was able to get the clue of a lady bug fairly easily.
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Monday was a beautiful day for a free U2 concert! Ahead of a much-anticipated Friday, May 8 performance on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show, Bono & Co. have been popping up all over New York City — including to film a sketch about Bono's recent bike accident — and Monday night was no exception. Around 10 p.m. Monday night, U2 headed to NYC's Grand Central subway station and rocked out to "Angel of Harlem." A video posted by U2 italian fans (@u2italianfans) on May 5, 2015 at 12:28am [...] »
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Sofia Vergara and James Marsden were on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday night, and played a pretty classic game of "Catchphrase." Sofia was paired with Jimmy Fallon and James was partnered with Steve Higgins. Sofia is unmissable -- she was made for games like this. (Clue: "Birthday suit." Sofia: "What I sleeeeep in." Hahaha) She and Jimmy were the best bickering Lucy/Ricky pair. But she James might be the two most attractive people on the planet. Neither one seems to age. In her own sit-down interview, Sofia showed off her Giant diamond ring from Joe Manganiello. "He knew what I needed to be happy." Sofia shared how she and Joe met, »
- Gina Carbone
NBC’s Undateable went live Tuesday night with the help of a few friends.
The Bill Lawrence-produced sitcom welcomed cast members from his previous shows Scrubs and Cougar Town — including Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Neil Flynn and Christa Miller — as well Nickelodeon starlet Victoria Justice, Scandal‘s Scott Foley, About a Boy‘s Minnie Driver, Loveline hosts Drew Pinksey and Mike Catherwood and, oh yeah, Grammy award nominated song-and-guitarman Ed Sheeran, whom Justin kicked out of his bar.
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Sure, Tuesday’s Top 6 results featured a random (and interminable) interview with the cast of the Entourage movie (did I hear The One With the Hair call it a “bigger, more epic, better… fantasy ride”?). But the one-hour telecast also made room for performances by four former contestants — Season 1’s Vicci Martinez, Season 3’s Avery Wilson, Season 5’s Jacquie Lee and Season 7 champ Craig Wayne Boyd. »
Real comedy still happens on late night, we can prove it. If you like Conan comedy gold, Fallon friendliness, cutesy Corden, list-making Letterman, kneedy Kimmel, and all the rest, I hope you’ll enjoy this column too.
Last night on late night, Letterman talked about retirement with President Obama, Conan sat down with Avengers’ Jeremy Renner and Silicon Valley‘s T.J Miller, Fallon made an 80s music video with Jack Black, James Corden did a 5 minute “best scene” green screen of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s movies with him, Kimmel talked about being Manny Pacquiao’s very own “Justin Bieber”, and at The Daily Show, producer Brian Grazer shared his thoughts on his book and career.
Late Show with Dave Letterman
“Hoping for a pardon”, “Down to the bitter end” With his time at CBS almost up, Dave is doing some pretty fun things, like sitting down with Obama and joking about playing dominos in retirement. »
- Max Wood
As fans of Jimmy Fallon know, the actor is no stranger to making silly parodies, having previously impersonated Tom Petty, Will Smith's Fresh Prince of Bel Air character and more. But on Monday night's The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, the 40-year-old comedian seriously stepped up his game when he recreated the music video for Extreme's 1991 hit "More Than Words" with guest Jack Black. From the opening shot of the amplifier to Fallon and Black's wild wigs, the video is a spot-on remake of the original (and may even have you doing a double take). It also features background actors holding lighters in the air and sees Jimmy sporting stud earrings as well as »
Music video director Erik White has signed on to direct the dark comedy “Break It Down” for Night Fox Entertainment, one of the companies that produced this year’s Sundance entry “Z for Zachariah.” “Break it Down” follows a washed-up ’90s R&B star who must come to terms with his selfish and destructive behavior in order to get his band back together and court the woman of his dreams. White, who will direct from a script by Ted Beck, made his feature film debut with Universal’s successful “Lottery Ticket.” Also Read: Jimmy Fallon, Pharrell Williams Are Awfully Demanding »
- Jeff Sneider
Jimmy Fallon is well-known for his singing (or lip-syncing) on The Tonight Show, and he is also well-known for making viral videos with celebrities, whether it’s them playing a game or spoofing some type of show or movie they were a part of. Last night, Fallon did a little bit of both, as he and Jack Black worked together to do a a shot-for-shot recreation of Extreme’s black-and-white music video for their classic ’90s song “More Than Words.” In the video (which you can watch for yourself below), Black and Fallon do their best to impersonate Extreme’s Gary Cherone and Nuno Bettencourt. And you know what? They actually don’t do too bad of a job, particularly Black, who actually hits some pretty darn high notes throughout the song. Still, though, even if neither of them had any talent whatsoever at singing, this video would just be worth it for the wigs, »
- Chris King
Fox’s “Gotham” wrapped its first season with improved ratings on Monday, a night that saw NBC remain on top despite a season low from “The Voice” while CBS got a boost from its David Letterman special. And in latenight, a visit from President Obama lifted Letterman’s “Late Show” to its top overnight score since 2012 .
In Nielsen’s metered-market overnights, “The Late Show with David Letterman” did a 3.5 household rating/9 share — up nearly 50% from last Monday’s 2.4 household rating — to finish ahead of NBC’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (2.5/6) and ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (2.2/6). This was the top overnight for “Late Show” since September 2012, when another Obama appearance averaged a 4.0/10. “Tonight Show” still led comfortably in adults 18-49, averaging a 1.1 rating to a 0.7 for both “Late Show” and “Kimmel,” according to Nielsen’s 25 markets with Local People Meters.
Looking at primetime, according to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen, »
- Rick Kissell
Jack Black and Jimmy Fallon took a hilarious trip back in time when they re-created the music video for Extreme's 1990 hit "More Than Words" on Monday's episode of The Tonight Show. The pair donned wigs and earrings in the black-and-white video, which was almost a shot-for-shot remake of the original. Jack and Jimmy gave emotional stares into the camera while background actors, who were also donning long-haired wigs, put lighters in the air. Jack channeled Gary Cherone's style, while Jimmy nailed his impression of guitarist Nuno Bettencourt. Watch the funny clip above, then check out the original music video below to see how they compare. »
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