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Check out the list of surprise guests for Jimmy Fallon of the Tonight Show 2014. Robert DeNiro, Lady Gaga, Lindsay Lohan and Mariah Carey were among the surprise guests on Jimmy Fallon's debut 'Tonight Show' last night (February 17, 2014). The former 'Saturday Night Live' star anchored his first show from New York and took the time to mock a ''buddy'' who bet him he would never land the job, prompting a host of famous faces to come out and honour the bet. Jimmy said: ''To my buddy who said that I'd never be the host of The Tonight Show - and you know who you are - you owe me a hundred bucks, buddy.'' DeNiro then walked through the curtains and handed the host a $100 bill, and was quickly followed by Tina Fey, Joe Namath, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Mariah - who appeared to pull her $100 from »
After last night's Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon premiere kicked off with a long(er) opening monologue than usual, Fallon mentioned that "a friend" owed him $100 after betting that he wouldn't get The Tonight Show. The joke was a quick reminder of where he truly shines: Out walked a slew of celebrities, so perfect in their randomness, to welcome Fallon by each presenting him with a hundred-dollar bill.The cameos included Robert DeNiro (who was Fallon's first guest on Fallon's last show), Fallon's former Weekend Update co-host Tina Fey, Joe Namath, former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani ("Thank you for bringin' it back to New York"), Mariah Carey, Tracy Morgan, Joan Rivers (appearing on The Tonight Show for the first time since 1986, after being banned by Johnny Carson), Kim Kardashian (who also appeared on Jay Leno's last Tonight Show), Seth Rogen, Lindsay Lohan (was there also a mini Mean Girls »
- Lindsey Weber
Other than a revamped studio, a Spike Lee-directed opening sequence and a jazzy, funkified new theme song, the debut episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon bore a striking resemblance to its recently concluded Late Night incarnation. And why shouldn't it? So much of what made Late Night With Jimmy Fallon such a success was the 39-year-old host's sheer enjoyment of every facet of his job – and a happy Jimmy Fallon is a New York Jimmy Fallon. For the first time in 42 years, The Tonight Show has returned to its original home base, »
Fourteen celebrities paid the piper when Jimmy Fallon made his Tonight Show debut on Monday. "To my buddy who said that I'd never be the host of The Tonight Show, and you know who you are, you owe me a hundred bucks," the new host joked. Moments later, Robert De Niro came out and handed Fallon a $100 dollar bill, followed by Tina Fey, Joe Namath, Rudy Giuliani, Mariah Carey, Joan Rivers, Kim Kardashian, Seth Rogen, Mike Tyson, Lady Gaga, Lindsay Lohan, Tracy Morgan and Sarah Jessica Parker. Stephen Colbert walked out last and dumped a bucket of pennies onto both Fallon and his desk. After snapping a selfie with the former Late Night, Colbert shouted, "Welcome to 11:30, bitch!" Fallon, 39, then »
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon debuted on NBC last night. Will Smith and U2 were the guests, but an insane parade of celebrities (which included Robert DeNiro, Tina Fey, Joe Namath, Rudy Guiliani, Mariah Carey, Tracy Morgan, Joan Rivers, Kim Kardashian, Seth Rogen, Lindsay Lohan, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mike Tyson, Lady Gaga and Stephen Colbert) partook in a bit wherein Fallon told a “buddy” that they owed him $100 because he made it to The Tonight Show. [YouTube] Elizabeth Banks was surprised with a birthday cake on the set of Mockingjay and Jennifer Lawrence was the first person to “delve” into the cake. Cosmopolitan makes it sound like Lawrence stole all the cake from Banks, but Banks clarified that “she »
- Meghan O'Keefe
Jimmy Fallon made his heartfelt, hilarious debut as host of The Tonight Show on Feb. 17, and we couldn’t be more obsessed. Find out what happened when Jimmy and his numerous famous friends — like, of course, Kim Kardashian — hit the stage below!
Jimmy began the night with a heartfelt monologue that also basically recapped how he plans to host the show. Of course, he also managed to get some digs in at the show’s recently sordid history.
“I’ll be your host — for now,” he said, clearly referencing the Conan O’Brien fiasco of 2010. Then he sweetly thanked his wife, his six-month old daughter, »
- Shaunna Murphy
It was kind of cute the way the show started. Fallon came out and did an introduction where he thanked everyone for letting him be there -- though there were a few jokes, like, "I'm Jimmy Fallon and I'll be your host ... for now."
But it was mostly just a sweet thank-you to past "Tonight Show" hosts, his parents, in-house band The Roots, co-host Stevie Higgins and the audience at home. Then the show re-introduced Fallon and he started the official monologue.
The monologue focused heavily on the Winter Olympics, which was a nice safe topic and also pretty funny. We enjoyed the Tonight Show Superlatives for various Olympic athletes.
The first comic bit was full of guest-stars »
Jimmy Fallon began his Tonight Show career with a slew of stars, including Tina Fey, Robert DeNiro, Lady Gaga, Joan Rivers, Mike Tyson, Joe Namath, Seth Rogen and Stephen Colbert, as well as first guests Will Smith and U2. Photos: Hollywood Stars Join Jimmy Fallon For His 'Tonight Show' Debut With Fallon and Smith kicking it up a notch with "Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing" and U2's rooftop performance of "Invisible," the new Tonight Show era was off to a blazing start. Here is what Hollywood had to say about the first Tonight Show. @FallonTonight people!! That is all.
- THR Staff
If there's one thing we hate, it's a celeb that gets ridiculously glammed up for a sporting event (and yes, massive fur coats count, Joe Namath). That's why it's so refreshing to see Beyoncé rocking a casual, sport style look at a recent Brooklyn Nets game. Yes, she's holding a glass of what appears to be champange, and her husband owns a good portion of the team, but Queen Bey recognizes that men are sweating in gym shorts five feet from her face. A mini skirt and sky high heels are not okay. So what makes this combo quite so successful? Let's break it down: 1. Informal footwear - Casual black boots start things off on the right foot. Of course they're patten »
Russell Wilson now has something more important than NFL respect -- dude is cool enough to hang with Jay Z and Beyonce!! Is it all fake though? What happens if he loses next year?Plus, Patrick Dempsey takes a shot at "Broadway" Joe Namath for his fur coat appearance at the Super Bowl. Honestly, the coat might be the least problematic part of his pregame gig.And ex-nfl star Plaxico Burress shoots himself in the foot again. »
- TMZ Staff
Clearly, PETA does not consider Joe Namath one of the winners at the Super Bowl. The animal rights group lashed out at the NFL legend for wearing a fur coat at the big game. Also read: Super Bowl Xlviii by the Numbers: How Twitter, Facebook and Shazam Users Second-Screened the Big Game PETA is also asking Namath to donate the coat to their organization, “so that we can give it a proper burial.” “The real embarrassment on Sunday was Joe Namath’s caveperson coat,” PETA said in a scathing statement. “No matter what he spent on that eyesore, the animals who were trapped, »
- Tim Kenneally
Sunday's uneventful Super Bowl may have put viewers to sleep, but the dull game at least yielded one bright spot that will become part of sports style lore for all time: Joe Namath's fantastical furry coat. Turns out the voluminous hooded coyote hide came from New York-based furrier Marc Kaufman, who Broadway Joe found by performing a simple Google search. "I just met Joe on Wednesday," Kaufman tells Pret-a-Reporter of the fateful meeting with his first-time client. "If you Google 'New York furs' I'm number one, so he found me." Story: Super Bowl Style: Bruno Mars
- Erin Weinger
Did you make it through Super Bowl Xlviii in its entirety, or did you take a long winter’s nap until Prince appeared on New Girl? What was expected to be a high-scoring game between the NFL’s two best teams was a full-on rout, with the Seattle Seahawks (and Macklemore!) emerging victorious. There may not have been much competition after the botched snap on the opening drive, but this kind of uneventful game allows for more time to think about commercials, celebrity appearances and social media weirdness.
Because at least one person will ask you if you watched the big game, and you always want to sound informed, check out the 10 non-sports related topics we can’t stop thinking about this morning.
Joe Namath’s Fur Coat
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Since the game was held in New York Jets territory, the legendary quarterback topped his embarrassing Suzy Kolber appearance with a “Thrift Shop”-esque fur coat. »
- Emily Exton
The famed former Jets player stole the show at the Super Bowl when he rocked a fur coat — what did you think of his major fashion statement? Vote.
For those unfamiliar with Joe Namath, he’s always had a very flashy sense of style, (which helped him live up to his bold nickname, Broadway Joe) — and at 70 years old the former quarterback and Super Bowl winner proved that he’s certainly still got it as he rocked a fur coat to the 2014 Super Bowl on Feb. 2 at the MetLife Stadium in NJ. Seeing the former Super Bowl III Mvp’s style swagger is nothing new — in fact, Joe had an affinity for rocking fur coats, so the fact that he rocked his signature look was no surprise to his fans!
Joe Namath’s Fur Coat At The Super Bowl:
Now this over-the-top fur isn’t a look many can pull »
- Katrina Mitzeliotis
If there was one thread running through the Super Bowl last night - other than Joe Namath's coat - it was the astounding plethora of shirtless men, in commercials and otherwise. Not that we're complaining. Here are our favorites. David Beckham It's kind of odd that an English soccer player managed to out-shirtless and out-tattoo two American rockstars who are legendarily shirtless, but Becks managed to beat the members of Red Hot Chili Peppers at their own torso game. Terry Crews Terry Crews will always be hilarious. Terry Crews is frequently shirtless. By combining those two elements, then adding The Muppets, »
- Alex Heigl
Real talk: One year later and the Beyhive—and everyone else—is still talking about Super Bowloncé. Though no one will come close to topping Beyoncé's fierce and oh-so-fashion forward performance, this year's big game at the MetLife Stadium was not without its own style moments. Yes, uniforms worn by the Broncos and Pete Carroll's champion Seahawks were exactly what we were expecting. But the threads rocked by performers and those on the sidelines had tongues of tastemakers wagging. The most buzzed about sartorial moment of the night? Hard to say. Still, we're breaking down the top style highlights of Super Bowl Xlviii. 1. Joe Namath's Coat: For the uninitiated, Joe Willie's been »
Sporting events are always rife with Gif-able moments and the Super Bowl is the biggest stage of all. From the opening play safety to Joe Namath rocking an amazing fur coat, keep checking back here at Zap2it for all the best GIFs of the big game.
Broadway Joe Namath rocks the fur coat:
Broadway Joe slightly early on the coin toss:
The bad Broncos snap leads to a safety:
A close-up of Manning's botched snap:
Big hit by Kam Chancellor:
Nice pass from Seahawks' Wilson to Baldwin:
First interception of the Super Bowl. Oh, Peyton:
Ahnold will crush you at tiny tennis:
Seahawk seahawk is excited:
And that's a pick-six by Malcolm Smith:
Though Smith's dunking skills could use some work:
Bruno Mars is a heckuva dancer, but we're not sure about the gold lamé:
We blinked and suddenly it was 29-0:
This is just getting sad »
Joe Namath, dubbed Broadway Joe during his playing days with the New York Jets, rocked a long fur coat for the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Joe Namath's Fur Coat
Namath, 70, was on the field at MetLife Stadium to perform the coin toss with the captains for the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks. Unfortunately for the former Jet, his coin tossing wasn’t as smooth as his look. He tossed the coin prior to the Seahawks’ captains making a heads or tails call.
Referee Terry McAulay caught the coin before it dropped so that Namath could give it another go. In the end, the Seahawks won the toss and opted to defer the opening possession to the Broncos. The Broncos first drive earned the Seahawks a safety.
After his brief appearance, Namath’s coat got its own Twitter account, which is currently nearing 1,000 followers. Not all of the attention »
Super Bowl Xlviii: total bust as a game, middling year for ads – though outrage was tearing up Twitter by the time the game sputtered to a close over a Coke commercial in which “America the Beautiful” was sung in many languages over images of people of many ethnic and religious backgrounds spending quality time with family and friends. Rants ranged from : “Nice to see that Coke likes to sing an American song in the terrorist’s language. Way to go Coke. You can leave America” to “Glad to see the that #boycottcoke thing. That way we can clearly spot every bigot, racist and moron in the country & keep them from our kids.” The ad, ironically, called “It’s Beautiful,” also marked the first time a gay couple had been included in a Super Bowl ad, according to GLAAD, but that kind of got drowned out in all the mud-slinging »
- LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist
While the crowd was freezing during the Super Bowl (Joe Namath was wearing a fur coat for a reason, or so we hope), the Red Hot Chili Peppers' lead vocalist, Anthony Kiedis, didn't mind the cold, as he hit the halftime stage topless with his fellow bandmates. The bottom half of Kiedis' body was at least covered, in shorts and L.A.-based designer Jeremy Scott's printed leggings, no less. Photos: Aaron Paul, Andy Samberg, Harry Connick Jr. Hit the Super Bowl During the Red Hot Chili Peppers' performance, the designer took to Instagram to share his excitement at seeing the
- Stephanie Chan
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