07:15 AM EDT 04/17/2014
Originally posted 02/07/2014 10:00AM
In his five years hosting Late Night, Jimmy Fallon has mischievously mixed up the after-dark talk-show format.
Fallon has become the master of getting celebrities off the interview couch and on the show's stage to sing, dance and occasionally get egged.
Before Fallon brings his shenanigans to The Tonight Show on Feb. 17, let's celebrate the Late Night bits that really delivered the laughs.
Originally posted 02/07/2014 10:30AM
After 22 years interviewing the best in Hollywood, Jay Leno was bound to make a few A-list pals.
His final Tonight Show broadcast was full of special celebrity guests, and stars who couldn't join in the festivities sent Leno love through social media.
Sure, rival Conan O'Brien allowed himself one solid wisecrack during his own show: "The Olympics start airing tonight on NBC. It's very cool. That's right: NBC has the Olympics. It's a big deal. NBC will finally get to show somebody who is okay with passing the torch."
Originally posted 01/31/2014 02:15PM
In any class of more than 23 kids, there is a 50 percent chance two of them have the same birthday – and the same thing is true if those kids grow up to be famous Hollywood stars. Friday's birthday twins are two of 2014's most buzzed-about celebrities: Scandal emoter Kerry Washington (born on Jan. 31, 1977) and actor-turned-musician-turned-actor-turned-musician Justin Timberlake (born the same date, four years later).
Timberlake is Timberlake in everything he does, but for all intents and purposes, Washington is Olivia Pope right now. And since Olvia Pope has a lot of feelings, what better way to celebrate the occasion than by making her a JT playlist for all those late nights on the couch? Save the Motown for montages, Liv – it's handled!
Originally posted 01/30/2014 12:00PM
It was 10 years ago that the wardrobe malfunction seen around the world – or at least the country – occurred on the halftime stage of Super Bowl XXXVIII.
At the end of Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake's performance of "Rock Your Body," the now-solo 'NSYNCer pulled off a section of Jackson's dress, accidentally revealing her breast to roughly 140 million viewers.
The slip was paused, rewound and replayed endlessly over the following weeks, becoming fodder for every TV host and the source of outrage for thousands of moms. Even a decade later, the infamous halftime show is cited more than almost any other Super Bowl moment, but Nipplegate goes further than nostalgia.
Originally posted 01/09/2014 02:00PM
From Sean Hayes and Sandra Bullock's pretend husband-and-wife conversation, to Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder's breakup jokes, Wednesday night's People's Choice Awards was packed with memorable moments from the stars.
Originally posted 01/09/2014 11:00AM
When Vampire Diaries costars Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev took the stage to accept the award for best chemistry at the People's Choice Awards Wednesday night, they joked about their off-screen romance and subsequent split. "It's a good thing it's not awkward," Dobrev quipped.
Originally posted 01/09/2014 07:30AM
Justin Timberlake sure took some memorable photos at Wednesday's People's Choice Awards – and after hours, too!
Originally posted 01/09/2014 12:55AM
var brightcovePhotoVideoID = '3029857116001'; var PhotoVideoButtonCaption = 'PLAY'; The 40th anniversary of the People's Choice Awards was a tasty appetizer to the entrée of awards shows yet to come this season, with new hosts Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs playing off of their respectively dry and goofy waitress characters from 2 Broke Girls and award winners keeping the mood light with comical acceptance speeches.
Originally posted 01/08/2014 06:00PM
Originally posted 01/08/2014 07:30AM
Jimmy Fallon takes over The Tonight Show next month, yet the still-humble late-night host makes it clear who deserves the biggest thank-you for his success: Saturday Night Live mentor Lorne Michaels.
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