Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell did a movie together, so to promote it, they stopped by Jimmy Fallon‘s show to do a little lip syncing and Jimmy joined in. What resulted was one of the best bits the show has done in recent memory. I’ll just leave this here without comment:
Kevin Hart hates roller coasters. Jimmy Fallon hates roller coasters (though not quite as much as Kevin – he’s petrified). However, The Tonight Show is filming in Florida at the moment, and when you’re at Universal Studios, you’ve got to ride the rides, right? And you’ve got to tape yourself riding those rides for public amusement. It’s only right!
There’s nothing quite like watching two grown men shit themselves over an amusement park ride. Plus, as fans of both Jimmy and Kevin, this clip is extra enjoyable.
Do any of you love roller coasters? Anyone have any ride disasters? I sorta want to go to an amusement park now!
Jennifer Lopez stopped by The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon last night, and while there, she decided to join him in putting on some super tight pants and doing some weird dancing.
First of all, holy abs, Batman. How the hell JLo, at 44, is killing the abdominals like that is beyond me. Obviously a TON of working out, probably a personal trainer and an incredibly restrictive diet (and some lucky genes) will do the trick, but damn. Second of all, bless her for trying to prove that she’s got a sense of humour and can be lighthearted. “Trying” is the key word here.
Jimmy Fallon is doing pretty well at the helm of The Late Show, and one of his best decisions to date was getting Terry Crews on as a guest. You might know Terry most recently from Brooklyn Nine-Nine, or maybe you go all the way back to White Chicks (among his other hilarious roles), but either way, he’s the best. And he continued to be the best during his appearance on the show, when he and Jimmy teamed up for a nipple dancing duet of ‘Ebony & Ivory’:
Jimmy Fallon took over The Tonight Show from last night, and I think we’re in for some good stuff. I’ve always been a fan of Jimmy’s, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon really found its footing rather quickly, so I’m sure his audience has traveled right on over to the earlier timeslot with him and can’t wait to see what he’ll do next.
The premiere of the new show took place last night in New York, from the same studios Johnny Carson left 42 years ago for Los Angeles. It was great to see the show back in the Big Apple, and I think he did a great job.
Will Smith appeared, and the two put together a great number about the evolution of hip hop dancing, which you can see below: