If you're still laughing at the four fake YouTube movie trailers Jimmy Kimmel rolled out at on the special post-Oscars installment of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' the late-night host has a treat for you -- a hilarious behind-the-scenes look at just how they made some of Hollywood's most celebrated stars turn their talents to the outing.
If Conan O'Brien's dedication to even just announcing that he will be hosting the 2014 MTV Movie Awards (a "lifelong dream," he screams) on last night's 'Conan' is any indication to what kind of pep he'll bring to the final show, well, audience members might want to clear the front row at the upcoming ceremony.
On last night's Fat Tuesday show, Jimmy Fallon used his 'Tonight Show' segment 'Pros and Cons' to break down the high highs and the low lows of attending Mardi Gras. First order of business? Figuring out how to pronounce 'New Orleans' ('Nawlins'?). That hump overcome, Fallon and announcer Steve Higgins weigh what makes Mardi Gras great (hint: lots of booze) and not so great (yes, there is a John Travolta/Adele Dassim joke in there).
John Travolta's (Jorm Tracoola's?) Oscar night butchering of Idina Menzel's name into "Adele Dazeem" as he introduced the singer's performance of Best Song winner "Let It Go" has already become its own Internet meme and a cherished memory of everyone who loves to laugh at award shows. That's why it's such good news that Conan O'Brien managed to find the real Adele Dazeem so that she could get the recognition she deserves on 'Conan' Monday night.
Broadway star Idina Menzel's Oscar night performance of what would become the Best Song winner, "Let It Go" from Disney's smash hit 'Frozen,' might have been just a touch overshadowed by John Travolta's now-classic mangling of the songstress' name, but Jimmy Fallon gave her another chance to shine on 'The Tonight Show' Monday night.
In a slightly dazzling post-Oscars spectacular, Jimmy Kimmel and took to skewering Hollywood’s biggest night on his 9th annual ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live: After The Oscars’ special in the least offensive way possible – by asking some of the world’s biggest movie stars to poke fun at the seriousness of awards season by starring in some fake film trailers based on fictitious films populated by popular memes of the YouTube variety.
Sure, Seth Meyers gets a few good-natured digs in before Ian McKellen flips the script and quite literally takes over his own 'Late Night,' but that doesn't mean that anyone was having a bad time on the show last night. Meyers, finishing up his first week as 'Late Night' host, welcomed everyone's favorite pair of best friends -- McKellen and Patrick Stewart -- and the results were both charming and quite funny.