If you've been on the internet for maybe eight minutes, you've no doubt seen the 'Evolution of Dance,' a pretty brilliant routine from a dude named Judson Laipply that went viral years ago and has since racked up 210 million YouTube views. (Go watch it. We'll wait.)
On Friday night, Feb. 22, First Lady Michelle Obama and Jimmy Fallon gave it their own twist by doing the 'Evolution of Mom Dancing.' And it was truly a sight to behold.
Continuing the Timberlake saturation, it's been announced that he will host and perform on 'Saturday Night Live' on March 9, and will perform for a full week (March 11-15) on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.'
We thought it was dead. Apparently we were wrong. Jon Stewart and the rest of the staff at 'The Daily Show' have made their contribution to Harlem Shake mania. At least they've put a bit of an original spin on the trend. Plus you get to watch Jon Stewart dance.
Last night, Katharine McPhee was on hand at 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' to promote Season 2 of her show 'Smash,' which debuts tonight (Feb. 5). Russell Brand was also a guest on Fallon's show and he proved to be very smitten with McPhee. Let's just say... Stuff. Got. Awkward.
Not since Jimmy Fallon climbed trees dressed like Robert Pattinson to complain about things that bothered him has a 'Late Night' sketch been this good.
Last night (Feb. 4), Fallon threw on a wig and a British accent to perform the bit 'Russell Brand Reads Star,' in which Fallon does a pretty spot-on impersonation of the flouncy Englishman reading Star magazine.
What the hell is wrong with you? But alright, fine. Enter late-night host Jimmy Fallon and 'NBC Nightly News' and 'Rock Center' anchor Brian Williams to slow-jam about the debt ceiling with an assist from the Roots.
Why does the U.K. always get the hottest new acts first? From One Direction to Ed Sheeran to the Saturdays, many of today's stars exploded overseas before they arrived here in America. The latest example is singer-songwriter Jessie Ware, who appeared on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' last night after a year of racking up hits in England.
T.I. recruited Lil Wayne for his latest single, 'Ball,' from 'Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head,' but Weezy couldn't make it to 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' on Jan. 3. Still, Tip's performance was so strong and fun that you almost didn't miss him.
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