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Watch Margot Robbie School Jimmy Fallon at Flip Cup

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by Kate Erbland 6 days ago
NBC
That wily Margot Robbie. She may have acted as if she didn’t understand the ways and rules of Flip Cup before diving into a round with Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon, but that was probably all a ruse – perhaps some weird viral marketing for her new con artist film Focus – because Margot Robbie is very good at Flip Cup.

Ice T Has a Lot of Opinions About ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’

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by Kate Erbland 7 days ago
NBC
“Fifty Shades of Grey? That’s nothing!” It’s fair to assume that the last thing most people – even most late night hosts – would ask Ice T should they have him locked in a conversation is how he feels about Fifty Shades of Grey. Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon is not most people, and when Ice T (Ice? Mr. T?) appeared on his show last night, Fallon asked him about America’s current cultural obsession. Ice T had some opinions! They’re kind of great!

Christina Aguilera’s Britney Spears Impression Is Amazing

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by Kate Erbland February 24, 2015 @ 8:32 AM
NBC
This could have gone so badly. On last night’s Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon busted out his “Musical Impression Generator” – which, we’re just going to say it, we think is rigged and not at all random – to have a little fun with his guest Christina Aguilera. The songstress was tasked with imitating a bunch of other female singers – see? rigged! – but the highlight of the entire segment (the entire show?) came when she was asked to pretend to be Britney Spears.

Jimmy Fallon Makes His Fans Really Work to Get a Free Taste of Ice Cream

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by Kate Erbland February 19, 2015 @ 8:14 AM
NBC
Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon is now the proud reciepent of his very own ice cream flavor from Ben & Jerry’s – “Tonight Dough,” which sounds, quite frankly, really delicious – so it’s understandable that so many of his fans are eager to try it. Fortunately for them, there’s actually a Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shop located at Rockefeller Center, the same complex where Fallon films his show (ya know, 30 Rock). How could these two little details possibly come together?

John Oliver Has His Own Ideas on Who Should Host ‘The Daily Show’

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by Kate Erbland February 18, 2015 @ 8:50 AM
Why doesn’t everyone ask John Oliver for advice on everything? The Last Week Tonight host consistently thinks of the best possible answer for every possible question, so why not just turn him into the world’s all-knowing sage or something? The guy isn’t that busy, right?

Watch Taylor Swift and Jimmy Fallon in a Supercut of Their Apparently Famous Jumbotron Dancing

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by Kate Erbland February 18, 2015 @ 8:20 AM
If you’ve ever seen pop superstar Taylor Swift at professional sporting event, you are probably aware that she tends to get very into the action, occasionally even dancing out her feelings – come to think of it, T-Swifty loves to dance out her feelings at plenty of events, just shaking it off everywhere she can – but you might not be aware of the deep history said dancing has with Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon.

SNL 40: Jimmy Fallon Recaps the After Party, With Lots of Name-Dropping

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by Kate Erbland February 17, 2015 @ 9:02 AM
NBC
The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon might be prone to brief spats of name-dropping – hey, the guy knows a lot of people! – but on last night’s show, it was at least somewhat appropriate. Still recovering from Sunday night’s SNL 40 super special, Fallon was eager to share his recollections of the evening with his studio audience (and also Questlove, who was actually there, but who charitably recounted the whole evening with the giddy Fallon). There were a lot of people there!

SNL 40: Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake Rap Their Way Through 40 Years

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by ScreenCrush Staff February 15, 2015 @ 7:31 PM
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The SNL 40th Anniversary Special started off like you thought it might with two of its most popular modern day partners, Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake. The two took the stage for the show's cold open and sang, danced and rapped their way through 40 years of SNL history (with a few special guests, of course).