Shelton was not that into the game Jimmy Fallon wanted him to play, like really not into it, which made it a whole lot funnier.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s been on a good will tour in the media this week.
He had a few choice words and one of them has four letters and starts with an “f.”
One Direction return to the Tonight Show for a chat with Fallon while sitting…on the floor.
For one night and one night only, Steve Carell joined Jimmy Fallon’s The Ragtime Gals or, more precisely, to steal all the thunder.
For anyone who loves choreographed dance moves, you’re in for a treat.
Lorde also performed her latest hit “Yellow Flicker Beat” off the Mockingjay – Part 1 soundtrack.
Dressed in a wrap-around sweater and a pair of glitter slip-on sneakers, the Detroit rapper showed us exactly why Drake is such a fan.
Meanwhile, U2 is planning U2-less videos of every track on their “Songs of Innocence” album.
On last night’s episode of The Tonight Show, Sting showed off his pipes, dusting off a few of his hits to turn them into seconds long ringtones for those fans who want to hear his voice every time they receive a call or text.
Just like the original, the supercut has gone viral in its own right.
On last night’s (Oct. 15) episode of The Tonight Show, Pitt shows he’s not just one of the sexiest men alive, he’s also a pretty darn good breakdancer. We’re talking windmills, backflips and flares.
Wearing headgear and pigtails, will.i.am is only turning down for selfies and texting in this EDM track that has him complaining about all the things that make him go “ew.”
Grab your pumpkin spice latte and watch 5 Seconds of Summer officially usher us into fall with seasonal parodies of Blink-182, Jay Z and Nelly.
He’s no Adele Dazeem, that’s for sure. Not even a Jimmy Fallon. But, clearly a great dad.
Julian Casablancas Gives Jimmy Fallon a Kiss, Performs ‘Where No Eagles Fly’ on ‘Tonight Show': Watch
We wouldn’t expect anything but weirdness from Julian Casablancas, but he exceeded our expectations when he took The Tonight Show stage last night (Sept. 24).