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Watch Jimmy Fallon Sing Star Wars Medley A Capella with Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, Harrison Ford and More
Originally posted 12/16/2015 01:20AM
Watch Adele Sing 'Hello' with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots Using Classroom Instruments ... and a Toy Flip Phone
Originally posted 11/25/2015 01:00AM
Originally posted 07/17/2015 10:50AM
Originally posted 02/02/2015 12:00AM
After the New England Patriots narrowly came out on top at Super Bowl XLIX, The Tonight Show serenaded the Pats and their rival Seattle Seahawks with a 1970s classic.
To keep the festive atmosphere going after Sunday's big game finished, Jimmy Fallon called on a number of his A-list friends to perform an a cappella rendition of Queen's "We Are the Champions."
Originally posted 12/23/2014 07:40AM
What do you get?
The video that's going to be taking over your day, that's what.
Originally posted 11/18/2014 12:45PM
Case in point: Monday, when the chameleonic host and house band The Roots (the "hardest-working band in late night," as Fallon calls them) took over for U2, who were forced to cancel their appearance after Bono took a spill on his bicycle. (An incident that followed his plane's hatch opening mid-flight – it's been a rough week.)
Originally posted 07/09/2014 12:00PM
Originally posted 03/04/2014 10:00AM
You've seen "Let It Go" performed by a 9-year-old. You've seen it performed in Times Square. You've even seen it performed by Adele Dazim. But you've never seen it like this.
Frozen star Idina Menzel stopped by The Tonight Show Monday night, and took the film's Oscar-winning ballad out for a spin in Jimmy Fallon's patented Classroom Instruments Cover Method, which instantly turns any song into an exercise in homespun cuteness.
Originally posted 02/17/2014 02:15PM
What do mom-dancing, hashtags and children's instruments have in common? They're all topics that Jimmy Fallon, with his one-of-a-kind ingenuity and enthusiasm, was able to mine for big laughs – and, once they hit the Web, big views.
Possibly more than any other show, Fallon's Late Night understood the science of making comedy bits go viral. The formula was easy to explain, but hard to master: Take a celebrity, give him or her a trending topic and find a cutesy, nostalgic spin, then hopefully watch the views roll in.
In honor of Fallon's assumption of the Tonight Show throne Monday night, enjoy this side-splitting collection of some of his most-viewed sketches:
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