Jimmy Fallon is known for his impressions, whether it’s Barry Gibb or Justin Bieber. On ‘Late Night’ he imagined what it would be like if Doors singer Jim Morrison sang the theme song to ‘Reading Rainbow.’
Though it was once derided as a platform for oversharing geeks, Twitter‘s become so big amongst celebrities, we find ourselves surprised when a boldface name doesn’t have a corresponding Twitter handle. Be-Kangol’d movie star Samuel L. Jackson is the latest celeb to join the social network, and signed up with a little help from prolific tweeter Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday’s ‘Late Night.’
Who would’ve thought we’d ever see Conan O’Brien back at NBC? Well, that’s exactly what happened last night when O’Brien popped in to visit Jimmy Fallon on ‘Late Night,’ the show he hosted for 16 years.
According to Ricky Gervais, he didn’t have time to appear as a guest on last night’s ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.’ But he did find the time to plug a DVD box set of ‘The Office’ and heavily critique Jimmy Fallon’s performance during the opening monologue.
School reading lists are typically laden with staid classics that no one really wants to read. But nevermind all that. ‘Late Night’ host Jimmy Fallon presented his “Do Not Read List” for the 2011-2012 school year that sounds a lot more enticing.
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