Supermodel Miranda Kerr has never played flip cup -- she is, after all, an Australian, and there seems to be some debate that flip cup is an inherently American game -- but that doesn't mean that the beauty doesn't have skills. In fact, she's really good, and she definitely put 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon on the spot last night when the duo took to the Official Tonight Show Flip Cup Table (not a thing, but let's pretend it is) for a round of the drinking game.
Aliens are always en vogue when it come to blockbuster offerings -- after all, why else are audiences still clamoring to see another 'Independence Day' nearly twenty years after the original hit theaters, complete with one of cinema's best (and most misheard) line deliveries and an already embarrassingly dated take on how computer viruses work? -- but as much as we love to yell "welcome to Earf!" to nefarious alien intruders before a good old-fashioned face punching, there's one thing we love more: befriending them
'Jimmy Kimmel Live' host Jimmy Kimmel likes to have fun with his recurring "celebrities read mean tweets about themselves" segments, which always manage to be fun and strange and not too painful. Of course, if you know anything about Twitter trolls, you know that the tweets the Kimmel team picks are not nearly the meanest of the mean, they're just the right mix of rude and amusing. There are certainly much meaner tweets out there, and some celebrities actually want those.
'The Tonight Show' is down in Orlando for the week, and although the 'Harry Potter' theme park they overtook is packed with families, it's really for the kids, because it doesn't seem as if any of the parents in attendance have ever even picked up a book. Need proof? Jimmy Fallon sent out a writer to quiz some park-goers (no kids!) about some basic 'Potter' trivia, and the results were kind of dismal.
So far, 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon has made 'NBC Nightly News' host Brian Williams rap (through the magic of editing) a stunning eight songs, from "Gin and Juice" to "Rapper's Delight." But last night's edition just might be the best yet, as he tackled Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back."
'Dumb and Dumber 2' (officially titled 'Dumb and Dumber To') might not be hitting theaters until November (you've already waited 20 years to see it, you can hold out a few more months), but stars Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels are already hard at work on the promo trail.
Every year, Jimmy Kimmel invites the Scripps Spelling Bee champion on to his show for a star-studded face-off (by "star-studded," we mean that some Kimmel regulars run the sketch, this year featured Cousin Sal and Guillermo) to see if the late-night host can take down the newly crowned kids. This year provided a bit of a bigger challenge than normal, considering that the Scripps was won by two winners.
Although we don't know what's going to happen to CBS' 'The Late Late Show' after Craig Ferguson steps down from the gig later this year, comedian Norm Macdonald sure knows what he wants to happen. He wants that job! Mainly because the former 'SNL' star thinks it's kind of an easy position to fill. Could he possibly be right?
Although it's understandable to assume that hardcore football fans aren't the greatest dancers in the world -- they value other athletic skills, after all -- it seems that hypothesis might not be exactly correct. Well, unless 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon explicitly instructed his 'Questions and Danswers' minion Arthur to only find awesome dancers for the latest entry of the segment, aimed at targeting NFL fans and chatting them up about what their teams need to grab in the draft. You know, while dancing.
Turns out, Sally Field and Julia Roberts were probably the best people for late night host Jimmy Kimmel to use for his first round of 'Celebrity Curse-Off,' because these lovely ladies, these top-tier Hollywood stars, these role models know how to curse in ways that would make sailors blush.
If there's anyone who could find even a smidgen of actual humor in the entire Donald Sterling incident, it just might be Conan O'Brien. The late-night host took to 'Conan' last night to put a spin on the Los Angeles Clippers owners' recorded racist rant, and it's one that has a pretty clever series of punchlines.
If you've been following the late-night show shake-ups of the past few months -- starting with Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers taking over the NBC slots, moving right into David Letterman announcing his retirement, and currently stalled out with the news that Craig Ferguson will also be leaving his own CBS show -- you might also be aware that Chelsea Handler is leaving her own E! show. But she is not retiring.
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