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WATCH: Jimmy Fallon Jokingly Reveals Donald Trump's Vice President, Eighth Grade Impressionist 'Little Donald'

Originally posted 06/23/2016 03:00PM

It's Donald Trump ... and Donald Trump?

During a skit on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the late night host, as Trump, announced that he'd chosen his running mate: his own Mini-Me called Little Donald.

"A lot of people have been speculating about who I'm going to pick as my running mate," Fallon says as Trump. "Chris Christie, LeBron James, Chewbacca Mom? All good choices, but no. The only person good enough to be my vice president is me."

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Blake Lively Can't Fly Anywhere Without Catching Sight of Ryan Reynolds'Deadpool Sex Scenes: 'It's Kind of Torture'

Originally posted 06/21/2016 11:05AM

Blake Lively spent Father's Day watching her husband get intimate with another woman – and she's handling it surprisingly well.

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He's Back! Jay Leno Takes On the Presidential Election in Epic Tonight Show Monologue

Originally posted 06/16/2016 11:05AM

Jay Leno has once again proved no politician is safe when it comes to his honorary Tonight Show monologues.

The former host appeared as a guest on the talk show Wednesday evening – but of course Jimmy Fallon let his predecessor tag in for a few monologue jokes, giving Leno the opportunity to zero right in on the presidential election.

"Now, Hillary Clinton says she is the most transparent candidate in modern history," said Leno, 66. "How many can see right through her?"

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Late-Night Hosts React to Orlando Shootings with Sadness, Rage and Disbelief: 'It's Not Normal, and It Shouldn't Be Normal'

Originally posted 06/14/2016 01:00PM

On Monday evening, late-night talk show hosts were tasked with addressing the tragedy of the Orlando nightclub shootings – the deadliest mass shooting in American history.

Here's a roundup of how the different hosts and comedians took on the topic, expressing everything from sadness to rage.

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Jimmy Fallon Addresses Orlando Shootings in Emotional Opening Monologue: 'What If My Kids Are Gay? What Do I Tell Them?'

Originally posted 06/14/2016 09:10AM

Jimmy Fallon paid an emotional tribute to the victims of the Orlando nightclub shootings on Monday's episode of The Tonight Show.

"As you know, early Sunday morning there was another senseless shooting, this time at a dance club in Orlando, Florida. A dance club," said Fallon, 41, during his opening monologue. "It left 49 people dead, which is the largest loss of life due to a terrorist attack on U.S. soil since 9/11."

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UpdatePosted 06/10/2016 08:15AM

President Obama Slow Jams His Administration's Accomplishments with Jimmy Fallon: 'Orange Is Not the New Black'

Originally posted 06/10/2016 12:00AM

President Obama became the first sitting commander-in-chief on the Tonight Show Thursday.

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Watch Karlie Kloss Help Jimmy Fallon with His Modeling Skills in Epic Midair Pose-Off

Watch Karlie Kloss Help Jimmy Fallon with His Modeling Skills in Epic Midair Pose-Off

Originally posted 05/26/2016 11:45AM

The supermodel shares her skills

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WATCH: Blake Shelton Tries Sushi for the First Time and It's Hilarious

Originally posted 05/25/2016 12:35AM

[EMBEDCODE {}] If I'm Honest, Blake Shelton may never eat sushi ever again. Though, rice wine is another story.

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WATCH: Did Jennifer Lawrence Really Take an Ambien While Filming The Hunger Games?

Originally posted 05/24/2016 12:55AM

[EMBEDCODE {}] Jennifer Lawrence has confessed she was under the influence while playing Katniss Everdeen.

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WATCH: Crimper Alert! Jimmy Fallon Helps Zac Efron Bring Back His Hideous Eighth Grade Hairstyle

Originally posted 05/19/2016 11:05AM

Before Zac Efron was a Baywatch stud, he was an awkward preteen with an unfortunate haircut.

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