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Chris Evans Shows a Clip of His Adorable Nephew on The Tonight Show (VIDEO)

Originally posted 04/24/2015 07:10AM

How would you like to have Chris Evans as an uncle?

If you're Evans' actual nephew Miles, you're probably less enthused than we thought you'd be.

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Russell Crowe Helps Jimmy Fallon Sing a Semi-Profane Earth Day Song (VIDEO)

Originally posted 04/23/2015 08:10AM

Wednesday was Earth Day, and it was also a day that ended in "y," which meant Jimmy Fallon was going to sing on The Tonight Show.

Fallon's peg? The BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill five years ago, which killed eleven workers and created what NPR called "the nation's worst offshore environmental catastrophe."

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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Are Fighting over Their Daughter's First Word (VIDEO)

Originally posted 04/22/2015 07:30AM

It's natural for new parents to quibble about things. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are new parents. Do you see where we're going with this?

"We're total rivals," Lively told Jimmy Fallon Tuesday night. "I hear [Reynolds] all the time, 'Da-da, da-da,' and then I walk in the room and he's like, 'Ma-ma.' And I'm like, 'How dare you do that?' ... The word 'Da-da' is banned in our house."

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Blake Lively Trounces Jimmy Fallon in 'Say Anything' Game, Tapes His Face

Originally posted 04/22/2015 12:45AM

[YOUTUBE "rAqk5FQelyI"] Lesson learned: Jimmy Fallon is terrible at saying words, but he wears tape like a pro.

On Tuesday's The Tonight Show, Fallon, 40, challenged Blake Lively, 27, to a game called "Say Anything," which has one participant saying a word and the other one responding with a word that doesn't have anything to do with the first word. Stumble or laugh, and you get tape on your face.

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Jimmy Fallon Plays Pictionary with LL Cool J, Rose Byrne and Big Sean (VIDEO)

Originally posted 04/21/2015 07:30AM

LL Cool J is good at many things. Rapping, working out, acting – take your pick. Pictionary, however, is apparently not one of them.

J visited The Tonight Show Monday, and, along with Rose Byrne and musical guest Big Sean, played a game of Pictionary with Jimmy Fallon. He began by saying, "I cannot draw at all," and ... well, he was right.

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Madonna Tried Stand-Up Comedy on The Tonight Show, and Here's How That Went (VIDEO)

Originally posted 04/10/2015 07:45AM

Madonna admitted to being something of a "closet comedian" during her Thursday appearance on The Tonight Show, so Jimmy Fallon magnanimously offered to give her some time to work out her material.

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Madonna and Jimmy Fallon Sing 'Holiday' Using Classroom Instruments (Video)

Originally posted 04/10/2015 12:10AM

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}] Madonna was a very special guest on The Tonight Show on Thursday, and she kicked off her appearance by performing a fun version of her 1983 hit "Holiday."

The 56-year-old was joined by Jimmy Fallon and The Roots, who used classroom instruments as their accompaniment.

Wearing sunglasses, the singer delivered a classic performance, complete with a whistle and cowbell.

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Watch Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jimmy Fallon Play the Whisper Challenge

Originally posted 04/09/2015 12:55AM

[YOUTUBE "lF6qoM34neU"] Salted peanuts or sausage pizza?

That's what Julia Louis-Dreyfus was trying to work out while playing the Whisper Challenge with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday. The Veep star wore noise-canceling headphones while the Tonight Show host whispered a random phrase to her.

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Watch Louis C.K. Turn the Tables on with a Spot-On Jimmy Fallon Impression (VIDEO)

Originally posted 04/08/2015 11:30AM

Jimmy Fallon is known for his perfect impressions of musicians, politicians and 14-year-old girls, but it's always a treat when his friends turn the tables on him and do their best Jimmy impersonations.

While visiting The Tonight Show on Tuesday, Louis C.K. brought out his impression of a very young, pre-Saturday Night Live Fallon.

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Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Ellen DeGeneres Lead Webby Nominations

Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Ellen DeGeneres Lead Webby Nominations

Originally posted 04/07/2015 09:00AM

Do you know who's winning the Internet? (Other than cats.)

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