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Jimmy Fallon celebrated his 40th birthday on Friday's The Tonight Show — with a little help from Seth Rogen, James Franco and Stevie Wonder. The two actors popped out of a cake (shirtless), before Wonder came out from backstage to perform a happy birthday song for Fallon, who said he had no idea who his surprise guests would be. Wonder stuck around for an interview and made Fallon's birthday wish come true by performing. Sept. 19, 11:08 p.m.: Updated with Wonder performance of "All Day Sucker."
- Aaron Couch
Jimmy Fallon has established a brand for "The Tonight Show" that pulls in young viewers, doesn't alienate old viewers, and churns out excellent viral content. He's evolved from the guy who giggled his way through "Weekend Update" to the most trusted name in late-night raucousness. Not a bad arc, everyone. For his 40th birthday tonight, we're celebrating Jimmy's 10 coolest and funniest career moments. They range from the musical to the absurd, and all ten feature some version of hilarity that only he can deliver. »
- Louis Virtel
Jimmy Fallon is celebrating a big milestone: The new king of late night turns 40 Friday. From Saturday Night Live to Late Night to The Tonight Show, the funnyman has been keeping us laughing for as long as we can remember - which is why it was easy for us to come up with 40 reasons why we love him. (Warning: You're about to go down a rabbit hole of Fallon's best moments.) 40. He has a Lot of famous friends 39. He probably appreciates Hugh Jackman's arms as much as we do 38. He named his female puppy "Gary"37. He's a flip cup »
- Whitney Little, @wplittle
Jon Stewart sings “I will remember you” in "tribute" to Michael Che’s 3-month “Daily Show” stint Che, who begins his “SNL” Weekend Update co-hosting job next week, got an elaborate mock sendoff from Stewart, who noted Che worked for him for a total of 58 business days. Happy 40th birthday, Jimmy Fallon! “The Tonight Show” host today enters his 40s. Plus: Fallon and Billy Crystal share Robin Williams stories. “ER” premiered 20 years ago today The last huge network drama, which drew more than 30 million viewers per week, debuted on a Tuesday with a two-hour pilot. Click Read Full Post For More “Red Band Society” L.A. bus ads pulled for labeling Octavia Spencer a “Scary Bitch” The ads have been on Metro L.A. buses, but only recently did officials get an “earful from community” over the ad’s offensiveness. Jay Leno is joining Al Roker on a Uso comedy »
- Norman Weiss
Jimmy Fallon spent his last day as a 39-year-old getting silly with comedic stalwart Billy Crystal. On Thursday, the birthday boy invited Crystal on The Tonight Show to flip lips. With a little help from the TV control booth, Fallon and the When Harry Met Sally actor switched mouths and took turns speaking for one another. "I just bought a Tesla. It makes no sound," Crystal's lips said while pasted onto Fallon's face. This isn't the first time the host has relied on this goofy switcheroo. Fallon and Crystal pulled the same trick on his previous show, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. »
- Kelli Bender, @kbendernyc
Last month at the Emmys, Billy Crystal got to memorialize longtime friend Robin Williams. On Thursday's Tonight Show, he choked up speaking about that night, but things got lighter when he and Jimmy Fallon shared some of their favorite stories about the late comedian, and they aren't all G-rated (or even PG-13). One involves a bus full of stars and a bomb-sniffing dog, and the other involves Williams being chastised for heckling a presidential candidate. "Our phone calls were amazing late at night. Hours," Crystal told Fallon. "When were finished we were like two jazz
- Aaron Couch
A quick review of the "You're the Worst" season finale coming up just as soon as my boys expect the trash juice... A few weeks back, I wrote a column about how "You're the Worst" turned out to be great by treating the emotions of its ridiculous characters as genuine things. If anything, the season only got darker after that, with Gretchen breaking up with Jimmy, the flashbacks revealing how these four miserable characters wound up like this, some major self-destructive behavior from Lindsay, Edgar moving out, etc. (The shift in Jimmy's face — from the optimistic man he used to be to the cynical bastard we know now — after Becca turns down his proposal was by itself enough to make me regret any negative thing I might have written about Chris Geere at the start of the series.) "Fists and Feet and Stuff" did a nice job of wrapping »
- Alan Sepinwall
Thursday’s season finale of You’re the Worst found one couple taking a major step forward, while another — albeit hilariously so — went down in flames.
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Tvline | I’m obviously glad Jimmy and Gretchen are moving in together, but I’m more amused with how she burned her apartment down. »
Amazing! Voice coaches Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton competed in an impressive lip-sync battle with Jimmy Fallon. Plus, Vanessa and Nick Lachey celebrated their son Camden's 2nd birthday with the cutest construction-themed party. Check out the rest of Us Weekly's top stories from Thursday, Sept. 18 in the round-up below! 1. Video: Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton Have Amazing Lip-Sync Battle with Jimmy Fallon on the Tonight Show Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton competed against each other during an amazing lip-sync battle on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show. Fans also [...] »
Zach Braff plans to reunite with “Scrubs” creator for a new sitcom “I’ve been talking about a new idea with Bill Lawrence who created ‘Scrubs,’” Braff tells UK’s Independent. "I don’t know if it will be this year or next. I like the idea of cable because I don’t want to do 22 episodes, but I like the idea of this new wave that you can do 12 episodes or eight episodes maybe for cable or Netflix or wherever. There are so many more options now. It's an exciting time.” “Red Band Society” disappoints, “The Mysteries of Laura” gets a big “America’s Got Talent” boost The Fox teen hospital drama debuted to four million, while 10.4 million checked out Debra Messing in “Laura.” Laverne Cox to host and produce “The T Word” documentary for MTV The “Orange is the New Black” star will focus on seven transgender youths »
- Norman Weiss
The music stars joined host Jimmy Fallon in an epic lip-sync battle.
Blake went retro performing "Putting on the Ritz" by Taco and Starship’s "Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now."
Photos: Gwen Stefani’s Street Style
Gwen put her spin on Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" – complete with her trademark stage moves.
The battle ended with Blake and Gwen teaming up for Diana Ross and ...
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
Every few years, it seems the world takes a deep breath and exhales terribleness into the world at a higher concentration than normal. 2014 has definitely been one of those years. But Jimmy Fallon and "The Tonight Show" dream of a different world. A better world. A world where the Top News of the evening is a scathing exposé on the deliciousness of muffins. To bring this alternate reality to life, Fallon enlisted the help of local news anchors. »
- Donna Dickens
The new season of The Voice is upon us! To celebrate, why not watch Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton lip-sync a duet of "Endless Love?" The pair hit The Tonight Show Wednesday to take on Jimmy Fallon in the show's recurring "Lip-Sync Battle" segment. Song selection ranged from "Burn" to "Puttin' on the Ritz" and "Call Me Maybe." But it was Shelton and Stefani's gender-swapped version of "Endless Love" - Stefani sang Lionel Richie's part, Shelton sang Diana Ross's - that really won the evening. Check out the full clip from the segment below, and be sure to »
This week, Jimmy Fallon and Julianna Margulies teamed up for a SaturdayNight Live-esque sketch on The Tonight Show, and SNL alum Nasim Pedrad revealed her Aziz Ansari impersonation on Conan. An amazing mashup fused Orange Is the New Black with The Golden Girls, and competitive eating champion Takeru Kobayashi went up against ... a hamster. Oh, and Bryan Cranston performed a one-man "Mlb on TBS" postseason show. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
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- TV Guide News
Jimmy Fallon has already competed with the likes of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, John Krasinski and Emma Stone during his epic Tonight Show lip sync battles, and on Wednesday, it was Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's turn to show off their skills. But was the NBC late-night host a match for the Voice coaches? Shelton walked on stage with a drink on hand, naturally, before he and Stefani got down to business. No one knew which two songs his or her opponent picked ahead of time, making the challenge even harder. Fallon chose Shelton to go first. The "Boys 'Round Here" singer, 38, selected Taco's classic "Puttin' on the Ritz." Not only did he mime the lyrics, but Shelton handed his glass of »
Most talk shows could stand to be weirder. Even Jimmy Fallon, who is dominating the genre at the moment, could stand to throw more at us than celebrity ping-pong matches and broad caricature sketches. Thankfully, Seth Meyers felt like weirding us out last night. The "Weekend Update" vet just wanted some peace and quiet in the middle of his show, so he brought out his baseball cards and prepared to settle in for serene moment. It didn't go according to plan. Observe, squint, and marvel at this. »
- Louis Virtel
For all the good and bad publicity Chris Brown has gotten in the lead-up to the oft-delayed album release of "X," it looks like a different artist familiar with the No. 1 spot on the charts will take lead over him next week, anyway. Barbra Streisand is currently estimated to sell 150,000 copies of her new duets set "Partners," according to Billboard. That's enough to put her up and over the top of the "Loyal" rapper at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 tally; Brown, right now, is on target to move about 130,000 copies. If Streisand ascends to the summit, that makes her the first artist to have a No. 1 album in each of the past six decades. Blake Shelton, Michael Buble and Stevie Wonder are among "Partners'" many partners. Streisand is also beating the promotional path, by dropping by "The Tonight Show" as its sole guest on Monday, performing on "Good Morning America »
- Katie Hasty
Who says you can't go back in time? Jimmy Fallon paid homage to his alma mater, Saugerties High School, in an unusual way Tuesday. The Tonight Show host asked The Good Wife's Julianna Margulies to join him for a silly musical skit in which they played the principal and vice principal of the New York-based school Fallon graduated from in 1992. Together, 39-year-old Fallon and 48-year-old Margulies read sang the morning announcements. "Now, for any of you freshman out there, just an Fyi: We've been voted the most entertaining...morning announcement duo in the tri-county area seven years running," the Emmy winner told her "students." Riffing off Taylor Swift's "Shake It »
Last night on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon sat down with Julianna Margulies to have a frank conversation about the stresses of being a TV actress, balancing her artistic desires and professional obligation. Just kidding. They sang some silly parodies in character as a principal and vice-principal of a school. So, if you always wanted to hear a version of "Rude" about sexting, watch below. If you’ve never wanted that, still watch, because you've gotten this far anyway. »
- Jesse David Fox
Julianna Margulies dropped in on The Tonight Show Tuesday to see Jimmy Fallon, and the star of The Good Wife took a bit of a left turn from her usual role as a litigator to portray a school vice-principal in a skit with Fallon. But the skit's a little more Glee than Boston Public: The pair sing their way through an assortment of awkwardly-rendered pop songs, and even fit in a dance segment at the end. (It's more than a little reminiscent of Will Ferrell and Ana Gasteyer's "Culp Family" during the late-1990s run of Saturday Night Live. »
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